Archive for the blues rock Category


Posted in blues rock, desert rock, psychedelic, stoner rock, sweden, Uncategorized on October 15, 2019 by vesalahde


no worries, changed the OS again… at 1st this sounded like kyussish stoner/desert rock with unique female vocals, this girl can scream and sing, also some oriental vibes, heavier parts, whatever the genre is this 5-track EP made me craving for more KOZMIK ARTIFACTZ

JIMI HENDRIX – war heroes

Posted in blues rock, LP collection, psychedelic rock, Uncategorized on September 7, 2019 by vesalahde

been bit lazy to check out my spammed mails, mostly just garbage and junk, so heres one wonderful album from the legend, the 1st ever Hendrix album i heard somewhere in the 80s, and if youre reading my other blog this is also for the new world war heroes who tried to murder me yesterday… war heroes with invisible bullets.


Posted in blues rock, experimental, instrumental, psychedelic, Uncategorized on September 1, 2019 by vesalahde

hidden masterpiece

JETHRO TULL – this was

Posted in blues rock, jazz rock, LP collection, progressive rock, Uncategorized on August 26, 2019 by vesalahde

prog rock rising again but can they beat the originals, mystic mesmerizing masterpiece.


Posted in blues rock, melbourne, psychedelic rock, Uncategorized on July 17, 2019 by vesalahde

wonderful mix of blues, jazz, folk and psychedelic rock.

CAVEM3N – the stalefield incident

Posted in blues rock, heavy rock, rocknroll, sweden, Uncategorized on April 18, 2019 by vesalahde


grim lyrics about serial killers, musically varying from catchy rocknroll to blues rock and twisted progressions in between, gotta say this sounds unique and after all its a good reminder how pervert this world is now, stalking is a fucking trend, children molested more than ever, etc..



Posted in blues rock, hard rock, heavy rock, norway, Uncategorized on February 23, 2019 by vesalahde

the most interesting riffing ive heard in a while, delta-blues/roots inspired hard rock grooves, albumful of delicious listening. camp