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My Guilty Pleasure of the Day comes from the Franco-Brit, indie-pop quartet Francois and the Atlas Mountains…this, “Royan”, just seemed perfect for a little personal reflection on a schizophrenic Ohio spring day…the snow slowly melting around the purple-headed crocuses…un chanson vraiment belle. 

The song in my head when I woke up this morning - 

Drink To Sleep - Uh Bones

Guilty Pleasure of the Day…from Brooklyn, the dreamy, shoe gaze sounds of Widowspeak. Love this track, “Calico” off their album The Swamps.  Gotta love the sultry vocal resonance reminiscent of Hope Sandoval, though that honey voice is all Molly Hamilton. At any rate…dig it…

The song in my head when I woke up this morning - 

Satori, Pt. 2 - Flower Travellin’ Band

REST IN PEACE…

I just had to post this one. Thanks, Brother Mike, for passing this one along. 

It’s a crummy day in Ohio, but it was just made better thanks to these metal/punk freaks from Estonia known as Winny Puuh. Dig this utter madness!

Oh, hell yes! Bringing the heavy…Not to sound like a total Bro, but a heavy day at the gym demands some heavy jams…thus, Guilty Pleasure of the Day comes from the Texas hoodoo fuzz trio, Wo Fat. Dig this southern fried spaced-out epic, “Sleep of the Black Lotus,” from their 2012 release, The Black Code.

Time’s Thine Inequity Mixtapes: February - March 2014

The song in my head when I woke up this morning - 

We Could Walk Together - The Clientele

(for Ursula)

I thought it only appropriate to post this one from Donovan and the Jeff Beck Group on the first day of Wave of Action and the march on Wall Street (as well as respect for the continued protests abroad). Guilty Pleasure of the Day…dig the video too…”Barabajagal”…

The Guilty Pleasure of the Day comes from Vancouver’s Pink Mountaintops…a perfect track for rainy day love making„,dig it, “I (Fuck) Moutains.”  Watch for the new album due out on the 29th of this month.

Damn, son…dig this one (keeping with a certain lascivious theme to start April’s collection of truly Guilty Pleasures) by three dudes from Memphis. It’s “Casanova”, the title track from Werwulf. Damn, son…I got it bad…

Today’s Guilty Pleasure…from one of my favorite stony Southern rockers, Heavy Eyes…is one of those songs that seem to return at just the right moment. This phenomena has occurred frequently of late…signs? Ha! Hell no. But pretty cool coincidences. At any rate…dig “Lately” from their 2012 album, Maera. I’m feeling it, man. Spring has sprung and so have I. 

As a hardcore psych rock enthusiast, I’m constantly pondering the differences and similarities of “new” psych rock and “classic” psych rock, trying to account for the links and disparities between the two; figuring out what happened in the intervening years to cause them.  Good thing I just discovered a comp that lays the issue bare: “Nuggets: Antipodean Interpolations of the First Psychedelic Era” finds new psych bands covering classic CLASSIC psych rock songs. You have the Laurels covering the 13th Floor Elevators’ “You’re Gonna Miss Me” (above), Eagle and the Worm reworking The Magicians’ “An Invitation to Cry,” or Velociraptor’s rendition of The Electric Prunes’ “I Had Too Much to Dream (Last Night)” (below). Either it makes for a really interesting exercise in comparing the two, or I just have too much time on my hands. YOU DECIDE!