Posts Tagged 'Psychedelic'

Mute Records Daniel Miller’s Top Five Krautrock Albums

Daniel Miller founded Mute Records over 35 years ago when he released his own production, The Normal’s “T.V.O.D.” / “Warm Leatherette”. Here he reveals why he loves Krautrock and his favourite LPs from the genre.

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Classic Album Sundays presents Television ‘Marquee Moon’

CAS celebrates the cult classic that at the time of its release broke the rules and defied labels, a tribute that seems to have bode the band well in the long run.

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Television ‘Marquee Moon’ Musical Lead-Up

To hear Television’s first independently release single, the bands that inspired them and some of their related contemporaries, stream our ‘Marquee Moon’ Musical Lead-Up Playlist.

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Captain Beefheart “Safe As Milk” presented by Paul Briggs

Domino Records’ Paul Briggs talks us through his love of the pysch-rock classic “Safe As Milk” by Captain Beefheart who subsequently influenced countless musicians.

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CAS presents Pink Floyd ‘Wish You Were Here’ with Storm Thorgerson and Jill Furmanovsky Exhibition

CAS joins up with the Proud Archivist to host a special session within the exhibition of Pink Floyd’s album designer. We will be joined by photographer Jill Furmanovsky who extensively photographed the band.

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Album of the Month: The Jimi Hendrix Experience ‘Electric Ladyland’

Jimi Hendrix takes control on his third and last album with The Experience. This album is Jimi at his experimental best.

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LOVE “Forever Changes” presented by Ron Like Hell

The story behind one of the greatest albums that inspired The Stone Roses, Monochrome Set, Echo & The Bunnymen, Teenage Fanclub and many others.

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CAS and Alexis Petridis present Pink Floyd “The Piper at the Gates of Dawn”

The Guardian’s Rock and Pop Critic Alexis Petridis presents one of the most iconic psychedelic albums of the 1960’s.

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The Beatles “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”

Buy tickets to our London and New York City The Beatles “Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” listening sessions. In mono of course.

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Album of the Month: The Beatles ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’

Inspired by the studio wizardry of Brian Wilson found on The Beach Boys’ “Pet Sounds”, The Beatles wanted to continue to take their music and production deeper, furthering what they had begun with “Rubber Soul” and “Revolver”.

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