Welcome one and all to Captain SIB’s Psychedelic Freakout Chapter 74 – Those Dam Photographs.
This week we have delved into the new world to find you a selection of musical medication that we hope you can enjoy and share.
Listen out for new tracks from Chalk Dinosaur, Sounds of Sputnik (featuring Ummagma), The High Dials and Deep Space Supergroop along with many more acts that will make this all worth while.
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Reanimation can be found on Facebook and you can pick up the new album “Under the Last Tree on Earth” from Bandcamp.
The High Dials can be found on Facebook and you can pick up their new EP “Desert Tribe” from Bandcamp. Allusondrugs can be found on Facebook and you can Pre-Order Their New Self Titled EP from Bandcamp. Due out 21st July 2014 through Clue Records
Andreas S Jensen can be found on Facebook and you can pick up his wee EP “Disconnected” from Bandcamp. Sounds Of Sputnik can be found on Facebook and you can pick up the new album featuring the amazing Ummagma, called “New Born” from Bandcamp.
The Slow Readers Club can be found on Facebook and you can pick up their new Single “Start Again” from iTunes.
Lemat can be found on Facebook and you can pick up his wee single “Madness” from Bandcamp.
The goose is plumping and the reindeers are randy. Leave those poor elves alone Santa. He’s been drinking too much brandy.
Yes. That was our Christmas poem. Hope you enjoyed it. Now it’s time for us to enter our underground lair until next year and we will be leaving you with the some exciting new music from Clutching At Straws, Afterlife, Regulation Nine and much more. Also be sure to stay tuned for next weekends mega-freakout where we will have a special 2 hour chapter. It will be a proper Christmas cracker indeed.
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Welcome one and all to another episode in our groundbreaking journey through the world of musical delight. This week we prescribe to you some fine medication. Amongst our usual dribble of SIB nonsense.
Check out our good friends, from the land of Scotlandio, the funking colostomy bag called Alabaster Jones.
We really hope you enjoy the superb Cut Ribbons as they have been lighting up the stages with their brand of rockiness.
All this medication is topped of with the new song from Afterlife and a little vist from good ole Ben Rusch.
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Welcome to another amazing display of musical talents. This week we have put together a selection of music that should tickle you tin-foil wooglies.
From his 2002 album “Lapalco”, Brendan Benson kicks off the show with “Folk Singer”. This album has been released and has delicious overtones.
Cab 20 are back with their sounds. This is a band you will look forward to hearing more from this year.
We’ve played The Black Rats before but we felt this song needed to have another airing. This Scottish clan of merry music makers are indeed making moves through the circuit, rocking out venues all over the country.
Lets say hello again to Dangerous New Machine, featuring Fozzy guitarist Billy Grey. Also from Napalm Records, the spacelords, Monster Magnet are here to induce the medication with a track from their album Mastermind.
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Welcome one and all to another episode of the best rock podcast available anywhere.
This week we have the return of some friends. Warner Drive enthral us once more with their track “OK K-GO”.
Listen out for our 2 Scottish acts this week. Close friends of the SIB are Alabaster Jones, some jive diving funk is what you will here from them. Also after a chance meeting we introduce Afterlife.
A special song from Canada comes from the Bombs. This track was originally co-wrote by Stuart from Captain SIB and his Canadian cousin Ryan from Bombs.
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