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Jenell Kesler

  1. Los Lunas, New Mexico
  2. Alternative
  1. collection 66
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  1. Hit the Road
    by New Moon Rising
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    Everyone loves a road song & this gem's no exception. You can feel the wind in your hair as you tap your fingers on the steering wheel to a crackly beat dashboard speaker that's delivering songs from unknown radio stations [from perhaps unknown times] as you cross the desert in the middle of the night, eyes wild in a world of stoner shadow-play an a velvet blue sky filled with stars. Been down that trail before, and New Moon Rising has brought back those memories like a half forgotten kiss.
  2. Troubled Times
    by New Moon Rising
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    An ethereal lonely little back porch number for when you've got nothing else to do but sit wasted in the sun and you're gonna take your time doing it. Super smooth, melodic countrified harmonies backed by light handed precise instrumentation that builds one dream into a dreamy afternoon. Trust me, it's just fine to watch the setting sun turn into an orange full moon.

    Jenell Kesler
  3. Child of the Moon
    by New Moon Rising
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    Gracious little neo-psychedelic track filled with wasted longing & inspired couch-bound intoxication. Lovely harmonies interwoven with meandering guitar work that ebbs lusciously forward ... a superb wake & bake number that will ride effortlessly in your back pocket, a song sounding fresh, yet inspired from the late 60's & early 70's, riding the same meandering currents as Asteroid #4. Destined to be part of your musical life.

    Jenell Kesler
  4. Cosmic Now
    by The Babe Rainbow
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    Been swimming with the band & loving their remarkable sunbaked hazy breezy intoxications. This album’s not what I expected. Most of the songs start with a wasted sunshine psychedelic pop attitude then get confused, go sideways, dropping in goofy vocal & musical effects. I'm wondering where these hitchhiking surfer dudes have gone wrong, what they were smoking, or who talked 'em into this & why they though it was cheeky & what their fans wanted. Cosmic Now & Peace Bottom Boogie are the keepers.
  5. Entangled And Entwined
    by Juleah
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    The Verge The Verge
  6. It's All Too Much
    by Polara
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    ‘Cause it’s a great and original Beatle cover …
  7. Alan Lorber Orchestra - Within You Without You
    by Thievery Corporation
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    ‘Cause it’s a great and original Beatle cover …
  8. I Am The Walrus
    by Taxmen
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    ‘Cause it’s a great and original Beatle cover …
  9. Dear prudence
    by Elchorch
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    ‘Cause it’s a great and original Beatle cover …
  10. Smokyhead
    by Electric Octopus
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    Smokyhead Smokyhead
    EO are back with a bright bit of intoxication, one that sounds very clear crisp and centered, riding on a lazy meandering current of spacious unconcern, not so much going through the motions, simply emotionally easy, with a heartfelt sense of hushed tender afterglow satisfaction. These guys have a way of not only reaching into the center of themselves, but into the center of each other, drawing out breathy notes and chords that seem to linger just long enough, before blending into the next.
  11. Here Comes Love
    by The Dandelion
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    Poulter has set his own course with Dandelion & at its best uses the same sensibilities as DRM, though without the mussel on this incarnation. That best includes effortless songwriting & vintage organic music that creeps happily into your being, sounding equally fresh today as in the mid 60’s … heavy on lush short hooks, fluid movements & at times a more bluesy boogie use of his guitar, though there is still a fair amount of fuzzed out stringed instrumentation riding as an undercurrent.
  12. Borderline Originality Disorder
    by The Dandelion
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    Poulter has set his own course with Dandelion & at its best uses the same sensibilities as DRM, though without the mussel on this incarnation. That best includes effortless songwriting & vintage organic music that creeps happily into your being, sounding equally fresh today as in the mid 60’s … heavy on lush short hooks, fluid movements & at times a more bluesy boogie use of his guitar, though there is still a fair amount of fuzzed out stringed instrumentation riding as an undercurrent.
    appears in 1 other collection
  13. I Stole the Medicine Man
    by The Dandelion
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    Poulter has set his own course with Dandelion & at its best uses the same sensibilities as DRM, though without the mussel on this incarnation. That best includes effortless songwriting & vintage organic music that creeps happily into your being, sounding equally fresh today as in the mid 60’s … heavy on lush short hooks, fluid movements & at times a more bluesy boogie use of his guitar, though there is still a fair amount of fuzzed out stringed instrumentation riding as an undercurrent.
  14. Solar Sister Moon
    by The Dandelion
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    Poulter has set his own course with Dandelion & at its best uses the same sensibilities as DRM, though without the mussel on this incarnation. That best includes effortless songwriting & vintage organic music that creeps happily into your being, sounding equally fresh today as in the mid 60’s … heavy on lush short hooks, fluid movements & at times a more bluesy boogie use of his guitar, though there is still a fair amount of fuzzed out stringed instrumentation riding as an undercurrent.
    appears in 1 other collection
  15. Daddy Long Legs
    by The Dandelion
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    Poulter has set his own course with Dandelion & at its best uses the same sensibilities as DRM, though without the mussel on this incarnation. That best includes effortless songwriting & vintage organic music that creeps happily into your being, sounding equally fresh today as in the mid 60’s … heavy on lush short hooks, fluid movements & at times a more bluesy boogie use of his guitar, though there is still a fair amount of fuzzed out stringed instrumentation riding as an undercurrent.
  16. Leaving It Behind Blues
    by The Dandelion
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    Poulter has set his own course with Dandelion & at its best uses the same sensibilities as DRM, though without the mussel on this incarnation. That best includes effortless songwriting & vintage organic music that creeps happily into your being, sounding equally fresh today as in the mid 60’s … heavy on lush short hooks, fluid movements & at times a more bluesy boogie use of his guitar, though there is still a fair amount of fuzzed out stringed instrumentation riding as an undercurrent.
  17. Strange Case Of The Dandelion
    by The Dandelion
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Strange Case Opening Strange Case Opening
    Poulter has set his own course with Dandelion & at its best uses the same sensibilities as DRM, though without the mussel on this incarnation. That best includes effortless songwriting & vintage organic music that creeps happily into your being, sounding equally fresh today as in the mid 60’s … heavy on lush short hooks, fluid movements & at times a more bluesy boogie use of his guitar, though there is still a fair amount of fuzzed out stringed instrumentation riding as an undercurrent.
  18. Ode to Love
    by The Dandelion
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    Poulter has set his own course with Dandelion & at its best uses the same sensibilities as DRM, though without the mussel on this incarnation. That best includes effortless songwriting & vintage organic music that creeps happily into your being, sounding equally fresh today as in the mid 60’s … heavy on lush short hooks, fluid movements & at times a more bluesy boogie use of his guitar, though there is still a fair amount of fuzzed out stringed instrumentation riding as an undercurrent.
  19. Here & Gone
    by The Dandelion
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    Poulter has set his own course with Dandelion & at its best uses the same sensibilities as DRM, though without the mussel on this incarnation. That best includes effortless songwriting & vintage organic music that creeps happily into your being, sounding equally fresh today as in the mid 60’s … heavy on lush short hooks, fluid movements & at times a more bluesy boogie use of his guitar, though there is still a fair amount of fuzzed out stringed instrumentation riding as an undercurrent.
    appears in 1 other collection
  20. A Sweet Death Song
    by The Dandelion
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    Poulter has set his own course with Dandelion & at its best uses the same sensibilities as DRM, though without the mussel on this incarnation. That best includes effortless songwriting & vintage organic music that creeps happily into your being, sounding equally fresh today as in the mid 60’s … heavy on lush short hooks, fluid movements & at times a more bluesy boogie use of his guitar, though there is still a fair amount of fuzzed out stringed instrumentation riding as an undercurrent.
  21. So What Do You Think Of Space?
    by The Dandelion
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    Poulter has set his own course with Dandelion & at its best uses the same sensibilities as DRM, though without the mussel on this incarnation. That best includes effortless songwriting & vintage organic music that creeps happily into your being, sounding equally fresh today as in the mid 60’s … heavy on lush short hooks, fluid movements & at times a more bluesy boogie use of his guitar, though there is still a fair amount of fuzzed out stringed instrumentation riding as an undercurrent.
  22. Moon Child
    by Ride Into The Sun
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    I wish all Ride Into The Sun’s songs were created equally well, that all were washed with hazy low keyed feedback, balanced with hypnotic effects, polished edges, psychedelically drifting & wasted to the bone, however they aren’t. With a great deal of material, you’re able to create your own lush album filled with distant disembodied vocals and vertically inclined music by downloading these songs.
  23. Hills
    by Ride Into The Sun
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    I wish all Ride Into The Sun’s songs were created equally well, that all were washed with hazy low keyed feedback, balanced with hypnotic effects, polished edges, psychedelically drifting & wasted to the bone, however they aren’t. With a great deal of material, you’re able to create your own lush album filled with distant disembodied vocals and vertically inclined music by downloading these songs.
    appears in 1 other collection
  24. Napoleon
    by Ride Into The Sun
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    I wish all Ride Into The Sun’s songs were created equally well, that all were washed with hazy low keyed feedback, balanced with hypnotic effects, polished edges, psychedelically drifting & wasted to the bone, however they aren’t. With a great deal of material, you’re able to create your own lush album filled with distant disembodied vocals and vertically inclined music by downloading these songs.
    appears in 1 other collection
  25. Run For The Hills (Reprise)
    by Ride Into The Sun
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    I wish all Ride Into The Sun’s songs were created equally well, that all were washed with hazy low keyed feedback, balanced with hypnotic effects, polished edges, psychedelically drifting & wasted to the bone, however they aren’t. With a great deal of material, you’re able to create your own lush album filled with distant disembodied vocals and vertically inclined music by downloading these songs.
  26. Save Yourself
    by Ride Into The Sun
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    I wish all Ride Into The Sun’s songs were created equally well, that all were washed with hazy low keyed feedback, balanced with hypnotic effects, polished edges, psychedelically drifting & wasted to the bone, however they aren’t. With a great deal of material, you’re able to create your own lush album filled with distant disembodied vocals and vertically inclined music by downloading these songs.
  27. Lost At Sea (A Love Song) - SINGLE (2013)
    by Ride Into The Sun
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Lost At Sea (A Love Song) Lost At Sea (A Love Song)
    I wish all Ride Into The Sun’s songs were created equally well, that all were washed with hazy low keyed feedback, balanced with hypnotic effects, polished edges, psychedelically drifting & wasted to the bone, however they aren’t. With a great deal of material, you’re able to create your own lush album filled with distant disembodied vocals and vertically inclined music by downloading these songs.
  28. Give Or Take
    by Ride Into The Sun
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    I wish all Ride Into The Sun’s songs were created equally well, that all were washed with hazy low keyed feedback, balanced with hypnotic effects, polished edges, psychedelically drifting & wasted to the bone, however they aren’t. With a great deal of material, you’re able to create your own lush album filled with distant disembodied vocals and vertically inclined music by downloading these songs.
  29. Grey Eyes
    by Ride Into The Sun
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    I wish all Ride Into The Sun’s songs were created equally well, that all were washed with hazy low keyed feedback, balanced with hypnotic effects, polished edges, psychedelically drifting & wasted to the bone, however they aren’t. With a great deal of material, you’re able to create your own lush album filled with distant disembodied vocals and vertically inclined music by downloading these songs.
  30. The Rose
    by Juan Trip
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    “The Rose,” is a three and a half minute light-handed satisfyingly hypnotic visionary delight that will instantly resinate with you, a song that's laced with distant longing memories, images from another time and place, one that should not be missed, and would be a fine addition for any of his releases … sadly it’s not.

    Review by Jenell Kesler
  31. Under A Black Moon
    by Electric Octopus
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    Without warning, and swinging into high gear, Electric Octopus deliver an unexpected delight of intoxicating tracks sparked with the essence of hypnotic jazz and stoner rock that ride on the distant edge of the horizon, waiting on the big ol' orange October moon to rise over the mountains, and then playing with it until it bursts into a thousands stars of shimmering delight. Their songs filter in like etherial postcards, assuring us that the world's a magical place to live in.

    Jenell Kesler
  32. Dusk
    by Ultimate Painting
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    Bills Bills
    Dusk arrived like a postcard from the ether just as October was inching its way into my being. Dusk is a slow ebbing adventure of intoxicating fluid movements, simplistic jangling guitars and woozy lysergic lyrics of sleepy psych that will enter your brain and never leave … a stoner’s delight, an effortless climax, a disembodied breath in your ear, filled with half remembered low sung memories that may or may not have ever existed.

    Review by Jenell Kesler
  33. Something Beautiful
    by Leeroy Stagger
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    All artists do not create equally good songs, nevertheless, that's what makes spinning records for others so wonderful, I get to take the 2 brilliant songs from this album and let the world hear some wonderful things. If you're into bluesy alternative country these tracks will lay you back. Ryan Bingham's wishes he'd written this.

    Review by Jenell Kesler
  34. This Is Our Culture
    by Electric Octopus
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    Absent Minded Driving Absent Minded Driving
    Dripping with breezy hazed reverb and fuzzed out historic references, both in jazz and psychedelia, EO have found the key to open doors that've gone unnoticed for too long. The trio lay down a bit of hipness layered with psych, cool jazz and extended jams. They've done something others so easily fail at with their innate ability to find the center, build around it, spiral out and swoop back in giving a feeling of flight and etherial delight.

    Review by Jenell Kesler
  35. Perfect Wave
    by Leeroy Stagger
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    This bit of bluesy alternative country fits me like a pair of jeans that are a bit too tight, but nevertheless, ride on my hips like they were painted on. Without a second thought, this song could've been a lost track from The Rolling Stones"Beggars Banquet".

    Review by Jenell Kesler
  36. Piedmont Sky
    by Caleb Caudle
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    Authentic, honest, working it's way into your heart like an illusionary vision momentarily caught in the headlights ... a roadhouse classic you hear from the parking lot and swagger though the door like he's singing right to you, like he's been waiting on you for a very long time to walk through that door at that very instant.

    Review by Jenell Kesler
  37. That's Alright
    by Casper Allen
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    An authentic alternative country roadhouse ballad that sucks the air out of the room and breaths new life into your soul. If I'd written this number I could die a happy person. The man has every right to be smiling on his album jacket.

    Review by Jenell Kesler
  38. Plain To See
    by Levitation Room
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    There's a reason for purchasing individual numbers, as all Levitation Room songs are not created equally well, this track is a keeper, make no mistake about it’s hypnotic psychedelic brilliance.
    appears in 1 other collection
  39. Til You Reach Your Last Breath
    by Levitation Room
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    There's a reason for purchasing individual numbers, as all Levitation Room songs are not created equally well, this track is a keeper, make no mistake about it’s hypnotic psychedelic brilliance.
  40. Lazy Lawrence
    by Levitation Room
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    There's a reason for purchasing individual numbers, as all Levitation Room songs are not created equally well, this track is a keeper, make no mistake about it’s hypnotic psychedelic brilliance.
  41. Standing In The Rain
    by Levitation Room
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    Slipping onto the scene in a sonically low keyed euphoric manner with twin lead guitars Lev Room move with the groove set down by the likes of Allah Las, Mystic Braves, and a grouping of others who’ve managed to capture the hearts and minds of the incense & peppermint revivalists. The Minds Of Our Own Ep is stronger than the album release, so keep the Ep and add the other Lev Room songs you see here for a brilliant assent into the nether regions of your mind.

    Review by Jenell Kesler
  42. DORIAN BLU
    by LEVITATION ROOM
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    There's a reason for purchasing individual numbers, as all Levitation Room songs are not created equally well, this track is a keeper, make no mistake about it’s hypnotic psychedelic brilliance.
  43. Modern Country
    by William Tyler
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    Gone Clear Gone Clear
    Tyler with a notable cast of characters has managed to pick up where John Fahey left off, laying out a collection of atmospheric songs that fuse a range of moods seldom rising above a heartbeat.

    The music's nearly organic, designed to both summon emotions & wash them away in the same instant. Modern Country sounds for all the world as if they’re letters from another time and another place, where the simpleness of this music only goes to denote its complexities and brilliance.

    Jenell Kesler
  44. Plaza
    by Quilt
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    Roller Roller
    They get the psychedelic revival correct, using sustained cord changes, modest effects and balance themselves between psych folk and dream-pop as if they’ve got one foot rooted in the past and one in the present. Slightly atmospheric, with a presentation that's flawless, as if they’ve handed out mood enhancers that sparkle the edges & fill this album with songs that are well crafted, intimate & own the space in which they exist, creating a package that’s downright flammable.
  45. Juleah EP
    by Juleah
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    You Believe? You Believe?
    Instead of creating more of what we’ve come to expect from the lo-fi shoegaze theater, while channeling those who’ve been an inspiration to her, she’s managed to write solid concise hazy melodic material in the vein of psychedelic dream-pop, music that’s worthy to be called a stoner’s delight. Her vocals sonically float from your speakers, mixing and weaving in & out of the instrumentation, presenting an undercurrent and essence of hypnotic blues, charming her way into your life

    Jenell Kesler