RIYL: Procol Harum, Kaleidoscope UK, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Gandalf
Label: Ongaku Baka Records
If you happened to be walking down Haight-Ashbury in the¬†summer¬†of 1967, there’s a good chance that you may have heard Pansies’ Cascade of Colors blaring from a VW Bus.¬† Sure, the album was written in 2017, but it’s existed for at least 4 decades, floating in mushroom tea and dangling in hazy opium dens across the world for longer than most of us have been around.¬† For the active listeners in search of¬†swirling paisley psych fudge for their eardrums, look no further than Pansies.¬† Similar to organ-rich pop groups from Nuggets-era psychedelia like Procol Harum, Kaleidoscope UK¬†and The Moody Blues, Pansies incorporate glorious excesses of all of them.
Onga Kubaka Records has just 250 copies of the album to go around, so don’t waste a lot of time.¬† Check out the entire rekkid below and grab a slab after the ‘buy’ link.
Includes unlimited streaming of Cascade of Colors via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Shipping out on or around December 15, 2017.
Edition of 250.
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive