The Black Angels remain the undisputed avatars of contemporary psychedelic rock as they simultaneously exalt the genre’s kaleidoscopic past and thrust it into the future.
Black Angels - 91x presents Biography
The Black Angels’ fourth album (April 2013's Indigo Meadow) is the Austin-based band's most revelatory collection thus far. On their first full-length record since 2010's Phosphene Dream, The Black Angels prove themselves to be the undisputed avatars of contemporary psychedelic rock, simultaneously exalting the genre’s kaleidoscopic past as they thrust it further into the future. Now a four-piece ably supported behind the board by producer/mixer John Congleton (David Byrne & St. Vincent, Explosions In The Sky, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah), the band is bringing new focus to their wide-ranging song craft as righteous riffs and dogmatic drones gain power and fuel expansive emotional terrains. A 21st century trip as transcendent as any in the canon, Indigo Meadow masterfully affirms the Black Angels’ full-throttle commitment to the psychedelic ethos of creativity, community and boundless experimentation.
The Black Ryder Biography
The Black Ryder is a collaboration between Aimée Nash and Scott Von Ryper, an Australian duo that has toured with a series of big-name bands including Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Cult, The Raveonettes, The Charlatans, and Spectrum. Written, engineered and produced by the duo themselves, Nash and Von Ryper's debut album Buy The Ticket, Take the Ride was praised by Rolling Stone and included in the magazine's list of the 50 Best Albums of 2010. Three years later, concert-goers can expect to hear Nash and Von Ryper test out new material as they look ahead to The Black Ryder's next project.
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