If you’re not familiar with Important Records, change your trajectory, pull a 180 and peruse their catalogue. Â Unique, eclectic music with a quickly growing fanbase…great things are happening and are yet to happen for this label. Â Keep an eye on them!
Now, let’s talk about Acid Mothers Temple. Â I’ll take “Band Names that I Wish I Thought of Â First” for $400, Alex. Â Their blistering psych jams are a flat out endurance test. Â Check your heart rate and make sure you aren’t pregnant before listening. Â The first sampling of their new endeavor is below, and if that’s any indication of what the entire album will be like…sound the trumpets and look out for the locusts, because the apocalypse a-cometh.
Their limited wax tends to vanish as quick as they go up for sale, so don’t delay.
Deluxe double LP pressed in an edition of 1000 copies, the first 200 of which are on color vinyl.
Acid Mothers Temple's In Search Of Lost Divine Arc heads in a completely different direction from 2012's Son Of A Bitches Brew. Harder, faster and more riff-rock oriented, this record is here to slay. AMT skews their vibe between Zeppelin & Beefheart, coming out with another classic Acid Mothers ripper in the process. Look for Acid Mothers Temple USA tour dates to support the record.
Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O. - at the time of this recording were :
Tsuyama Atsushi : bass, voice, flute, pipe, cosmic joker
Higashi Hiroshi : synthesizer, dancin'king
Shimura Koji : drums, latino cool
Tabata Mitsuru : guitar, guitar-synthesizer, maratab
Kawabata Makoto : guitar, bouzouki, electric sitar, hurdy gurdy, speed guru
recorded at Acid Mothers Temple, Jun.- Dec. 2012
produced, engineered and mixed by Kawabata Makoto
digital mastered by Yoshida Tatsuya
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