The Psychedelic Freakout – Chapter 28 – Fear of Aliens…

Free Psychedelic PodcastsWelcome one and all to another dose of musical medication, brought to you by the highly medicated Captain SIB. This week we bring to you a fine offering, sure to tickle your tin-foil hat.
The show opens with one of our favourite tracks from Steve Swindells and the folks from DanMingo. You can also catch Steve playing with the mighty Hawklords.
We bring to you some interesting blends of music, listen out for The Cherry Bluestorms.
The Hall of Mirrors bring a lovely folky feel to the show and turn up your Granny for the mighty Stubb. These guys are hard hitting stoner rock but we thought you would appreciate this medication.
As per usual we hope to surpass your expectations of greatness and you enjoy the selection. Remember we’re on facebook and you can always drop us a line and say hello, we will infact, say hello back. If you love the show then let us know, yarrrrr.

Ok, sit back and strap on those tin-foil suspenders. Welcome to the freakout.



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Freaking with us this week will be…

  • DanMingo – Alien
  • The Spyrals – Evil Kind
  • The Hall of Mirrors – Love Child
  • The Cherry Bluestorms – Fear of Gravity
  • Tales of Murder and Dust – Hypnotized Narcissist
  • Seabright – Escapability
  • Glass Kites – Mirror Me
  • David Studdert and The Rising Light – Stick Yourself In It
  • Stubb – Galloping Horses
  • RadioRay with Chalice W Shine – Home Run

  • You can follow The Spyrals on Facebook and pick up their self titled album from their Badncamp.
  • Keep up to date with The Hall of Mirrors on their Facebook and indulge yourself in their EP “Love Child”
  • Join The Cherry Bluestorms on Facebook and visit their Bandcamp page where you can grab their album “Transit of Venus”
  • Enjoy the wonderful Tales of Murder and Dust through Facebook and spoil yourself with a copy of their album “Hallucination of Beauty”
    Seabright are glowing on Facebook and jigging it out on Bandcamp with the album “Lost Ones”.

  • The awesome Glass Kites are flying around on Facebook and you can get your hands on their self titled album.
  • Stubb can be caught up with on Facebook and their self titled album can be found smashing through Bandcamp.
  • The marvellously bonkers RadioRay can be found on Facebook and you can pick up the free album from Bandcamp.

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  • Psychedelic Freakout – Chapter 20 – A Five Finger Discount…


    Welcome one and all to another display of magical music from the new psychedelic world.
    You are now reading this in the voice of Anthony Worral Thompson… We are proud to introduce to you some new sounds. From jingly madness to synth’tastic juicy’ness, you are about to embark on a journey that will medicate the mind.
    Making their debut on the show are highly talented 8 By 8 with their song “Fantastic Sun”.


    Check out Spaces as they weave their musical tones through the crevices of your mind.
    Feel your big toe quiver as Amplifier beat the kajeebus out of your seretonin levels with a belter of a song called “Planet of Insects”.
    UK based psychedelic rockers, The Waves, will wash over your tin-foil dingy with a barrage of laid back grooving.
    We could go on for quite a bit but why not just sit back, dim the lights, crack open your favourite medication and enjoy the journey.


    Freaking with us this week will be…

  • Korai Orom – 2005 Part 3
  • Ellis Ashbrook – Accelerator
  • 8 By 8 – Fantastic Sun
  • The Psychedelic Ensemble – Listen To Me
  • Spaces – Depths
  • Amplifier – Planet of Insects
  • The Waves – When You Open The Door
  • 17 Pygmies – Celestina XXVIII
  • Glass Kites – Terra
  • Mullymusic – The Time Is Today
  • Show Notes :

  • The amazing Korai Orom can be found with 1G Records.
  • Pick the superb new album “Meridia” from Ellis Ashbrook on their Bandcamp page.
  • It’s a huge thanks to Lane Steinberg & Alexander Khodchenko for sending over 8X8’s newest album. You can pick it up here.
  • “The Dream of the Magic Jongulour” is the new ablum from The Psychedelic Ensemble, visit the store and pick up your copy.
  • Get your hands on some Amplifier merchandise in their wee shop.
  • Celestina III – “Even Celestina Gets The Blues” is the new album in the Celestina trilogy from 17 Pygmies. Pick it up from Itunes.
  • You can download a free copy of Glass Kite’s self titled ablum from their Bandcamp.
  • Visit Mully’s Single of the Month Club and find yourself some free tuneage.
  • Captain SIB Show – Episode 23 – Merry Xmas and Happy SIB’ings

    Jingle bells Batman smells indeed. Its Christmas and Captain SIB present to you a magical collection of music.
    This week, the glorious Diamond make their debut with a tasty little mince pie.
    As an extra special Yuletide treat we decided to play some of the best bands that have featured throughout the year.
    So stuff your giblets into festive oblivion and merrily ding dong from upon high. Enjoy the medication that is Captain SIB.


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    This week you will hear…

  • IL Malpertugio – Deranged
  • Firebug – Paradise
  • We Could Build an Empire – Easy
  • Solstice Coil – Singalong Deathtrap
  • Leaders Led – Can’t Turn Back
  • Diamond – Fly Solo
  • Annie Stevenson – TV Took My Soul
  • People On Vacation – She Was the Only One
  • The Roboteers – On the Edge
  • Ultra Mega Technoband Stefan – Twisted Up
  • Tunnelmental Experimental Assembly – Charlie Said
  • Greg X – As the World Spins Round
  • Show Notes.

  • Pick up Il Malpertugio’s new album “Sunset Screaming” now.
  • Pick up the fantastic new single from Firebug called “Used to Be” now from their Itunes.
  • You can get the brand new, self titled album by We Could Build an Empire now from their Itunes.
  • Solstice Coil can be found through Melodic Revolution Records.
  • Pick up some fancy merch from Diamond in their little shop.
  • “The Carry On” is the EP by People on Vacation, get it now on their Itunes.
  • The exciting self titled debut album from The Roboteers is a great buy.
  • We would like to finish by thanking all of the artists and labels that have given us such a great selection of bands this year.
    Also we would like to thank you, the listener, for showing your support and for making our rise to podcast domination possible. Remember all the shows are archived here on for your listening pleasure. Keep on SIB’ing and happy holidays to all.