Welcome one and all to another tin-foil filled chapter of our psychedelic musical picnic.
This week there is indeed a wacky selection of medication on offer. We bring to you the grand-daddies of psychedelia, Gong, with a track from their album 2032.
Returning with another mind melting number is Greek freakers Tuber.
From the wonderous land of Eng we have the superb ANTA making their first outing with some tones that will make your big toe quiver.
Welcome one and all to another bizarre and exciting episode of our ground breaking podcast. Its been a historic week when the people of on-line earth made themselves heard and saved the internet from certain doom. SOPA fell down and broke his crown and PIPA came tumbling after. Good times ahead for freedom of speech indeed.
Now on with the show.
Making their first time appearance on CaptainSIB.com are the hugely talented Old Skins Band. Keep a wee ear open for their song ‘Backdoor’.
Warner Drive’s superb track ‘Hey Mister’ deserved another blasting so it has been flung in there with great flingy’ness.
The new album from Walking With Kings is available now and is a total belter. We play a track in tribute to their rockability.
A few bands are heading off on tour very soon so make sure, if you are rocking in the UK, you catch Jettblack and Attack! Attack! when they crash through your village.
TUNNELMENTAL EXPERIMENTAL ASSEMBLY ( or T.E.A for short) have been gracing our podcasts since the beginning.
Yes friends, we thought it was about time we shared some facts and news on the band who BBC Radio described as “a supercharged riot of electronica”.
T.E.A., who orbit between Los Angeles and their UK starting point, are the brain child of their founding member, Nigel R. Mitchell (pictured). The musical collective originated in Mitchell’s native England in the late Eighties and has become a mainstay on the alternative music scene.
More recently, Tunnelmental Experimental Assembly independently released the album ‘Say Unity’ which is available on their website and iTunes.com. Ten tracks all penned by Mitchell himself.
The band have been compared to Joy Division, New Order and the Chemical Brothers to name but a few. Big shoes to fill indeed.
However T.E.A don’t just do music. They also have an agenda of activism within human rights, politics and the many other injustices wreaked upon the world. A quick hop over to their Facebook will certainly be an eye-opener and Mitchell has a passion for world peace that makes Bono look like Pat Butcher (rest her soul).
[stextbox id=”black” caption=”Quoted…”]“I feel it is up to the artist to advance perception. I push harder than the destroyers of beauty,“ says Mitchell, adding, “Love and peace are my weapons, say unity.”[/stextbox]
Wise words from the man who, as a jockey, rode a winner at Cheltenham in the 1970s. A totally unrelated fact but far too good to be missed out.
Green Man said it all when he described the band as “Dance music mayhem with a social conscience and intelligent lyrics.”
T.E.A make music that not only makes you move but points a finger at the worlds troubles. But don’t just take it from us, the Green Man or the red man who hates him so much. Go check them out for yourself on the following web locations.
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