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“In their field, The Rabbit's Hat are damn near peerless as you can get and would make most bands of this ilk green with envy.
“The Rabbit’s Hat are one of the few bands you can put on at a party or just listen to.
Music to make you dance and think.
Good time music for dangerous times.”
Hawkwind, Hillage, Gong, Ozrics with vocals, space rock, psychedelia, an aboriginal touch (the unique use of a bogeridoo- don't ask me to explain!), flutes, spaced out guitar, a bass player you can actually hear, solid drumming,the lot.
"If you like your space rock ,Kromlek have never sounded better.""In theory Kromlek, if promoted in the right places, could match Ozric Tentacles or Hawkwind in the popularity stakes - stunning!"
| Those familiar with the psychedelic , spacerock Hawkwind/ Gong/ Ozrics influenced Krom Lek will know of the wonderfull side project When's the Future. Krom Lek have taken a big step forward here as the style rapidly undergoes a metamorphosis into a kind of ambient experimentalism.|
You can find almost everything you could possibly want from psychedelic rock music, marvellous, very groovy rock songs,really far-out mind-expanding parts, modern computer-made electronic beats and sounds, weird samples, space sounds, tribal stuff with percussion and didgeridoo, wind instruments, good vocals and the list goes on and on...
|Tim Jones and co are back under yet another name and have never sounded better. This (mostly) all instrumental CD starts off with a great Pink Floyd inspired groove with Dave Hendry (Ohead) setting the scene on keyboards and Tim unleashing some of the best guitar licks I’ve heard from him. Dave Gilmour take note! The rest of the band play their part of course with Paddi in the drumstool on the 9 minutes of ‘Off With Their Heads’. The rest of the drumming is supplied by Kevin Thompson and wisely ‘Stella Polaris’ is no succession of guitar solos and Dave Hendry’s presence helps greatly to build a heady atmospheric vibe on curiously entitled tracks like ‘So What If They’ve Got Tee Shirts in Denmark’. ‘Retroglide’ gives some indication of some of Tim’s influences while more unexpected is the acerbic ‘distant’ vocal on ‘Givin’ It Large’ to the accompaniment of some nice jazz-like chords and tabla. ‘Stella Polaris’ is quite simply a guitar fest and more- what’s not to like?|
The Clowning Achievement is the mindblowing new release from this fine collective of musicians. Featuring Tim Jones, Terri-B, Paddi and Dave Hendry. This is an absolute masterpiece. To be filed under psychedelic rock for sure. The album is unique and has a very warm feel to it.. Probably the best ever release on Stone Premonitions.
Terri~B, vocalist, musician and songwriter extraordinaire from Census of Hallucinations and The Rabbit's Hat.
The vocals always sound smooth and rich, the music engineering outstanding and the musicianship professional caliber
If you are a lover of progressive music with female vocals I recommended you get in contact to check this out for yourself. I’m betting you will be captivated.
Tim Jones....the main founder member of Stone Premonitions steps out in style in his solo projects.
Tim has acquired huge respect worldwide for his work as vocalist, musician, songwriter, producer and in forming Stone Premonitions. He has tirelessly devoted time and energy to promoting good music and continues to do so.
Mix 70s Santana with Osibisa and add David Gilmour-style guitar...I believe Body Full Of Stars have found new and evolutionary ways into the special here-and-now of eclectic head music,a really amazing kind of tribal-rock hypnotic trance
The music is well played by this tight band and Holder's guitar licks are gorgeously tasteful and sometimes shred without you even realizing he just blazed a trail of licks
The Kites albums feature the excellent song writing of Paul Campbell from the North East of England. Paul has been playing guitar and writing songs for a number of years. He has written with artists such as Cathy Dennis, Graham Gouldman, Henry Priestman, Alex Callier (Hooverphonic)
| Tim Jones (vocals, guitar), Mark Dunn (bass, guitar), Paddi Addison (drums) |
Neon came together early in 1976 and wrote original material which they would eventually describe as 'progressive punk'.
In March 2006, Snaps Music released a multisession cdrom for this cult uk punk band of the seventies.The audio section contains their 2 singles issued in the late seventies, unreleased audio tracks from John Peel Session, other radio sessions, live tracks and 3 new tracks. The multimedia section contains the complete history and family tree story of the band, a rare photo gallery, interviews of the band and reviews of the past. It's all issued in a special digisleeve package with a numbered cd vinyl.
A collection of music from the archives of the Stone Premonitions label. Featuring The Rabbit's Hat, Census of Hallucinations, Body Full of Stars, Krom Leck, Terri-B and Tim Jones.
ohead is the alter ego of musician and producer Dave Hendry who has also featured on the Stone Premonitions releases by SP2010, The Global Broad Band and Stella Polaris.
ohead is a mix of psychedelic space rock fused with Komishe electronica, trance and dub vibes.
Lush, rhythmic and spaced out, this is music for the head.
The Spectacles from the North East of England
featuring Andy Clarke, Jan Croot and Penny Grennan.
A splodge of creatively minded musicians thrown together in a globule of beautiful ambience, sub divided into great globs of pure joy.
| Laurence Campling has travelled a long and winding road through music, theatre, the arts and media. Now a successful documentary filmmaker based in Sacramento, California, he started out performing musical street theatre in some of England’s roughest neighbourhoods during the Thatcher years. |
After relocating to San Francisco he fell in with avant-garde legends The Residents, creating massive artworks and for their first international tour, The Mole Show, for which he was the art stage manager.
He subsequently moved to Boston where he performed as lead guitarist in the influential industrial/techno combo Dresden Danse, produced by Greg Hawkes of The Cars. He also appeared as one half, with Michael Oster, of the guitar duo Popular Mechanics. During this time he also studied with King Crimson maestro Robert Fripp as a member of the League of Crafty Guitarists.
After returning to San Francisco he immersed himself in tech-related media production, producing profiles of many prominent musicians including David Bowie, Boy George, Ryuichi Sakamoto, and Travis.
But music has never been far from view, and he has continued to compose, record and perform his own songs, drawing deeply on native influences that listeners will readily identify, including Nick Drake, Richard Thompson and John Martyn, as well as artists such as Leonard Cohen, Joni Mitchell and Bruce Cockburn.
From all these influences - ranging from the traditional to the experimental, from high-tech production to unadorned song writing - comes a unique voice of uncommon lyrical intelligence and emotional depth.
Great new release featuring
Barry Mart - Novation Circuit, Novation Ultranova, Roland JP-8000, Korg Kaossilator,