I always thought of Death Grips as crack and acid music than stoner music
>Psychedelic music emerged during the 1960s among folk and rock bands in the United States and the United Kingdom, creating the subgenres of psychedelic folk, psychedelic rock, acid rock, and psychedelic pop before declining in the early 1970s. Numerous spiritual successors followed in the ensuing decades, including progressive rock, krautrock, and heavy metal. Since the 1970s, revivals have included psychedelic funk, neo-psychedelia, and stoner rock as well as psychedelic electronic music genres such as acid house, trance music, and new rave.
Jefferson Airplane is another good one from that era
Okay, this does NOT fit in with the stuff above me, but I listened to this while high and it was pretty good: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5IF0R9oroU
If you don't recommend ozric tentacles you have a problem uygha https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65Mujnl6gNg
there we go, thats what im talking about
heres a recent like of mine, some stoner
Some neopsychedelia for you all
Also Moon Duo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2peE0wRQzvY
You might enjoy xenomorph, classic darkpsy with critique of capitalism.
I love this album
Xenomorph fucking rules too. I always wanna get into EDM but usually end up just going back to a couple acts. As styles, the EDM genres tend to be so far out of my wheelhouse that it still kind of blurs mostly.
Fuck yeah SLEEP
You should check out OM, another band by Al Cisneros
This was featured in Carl Sagan's Cosmos, episode 9.
Other than selling acid in the parking lots, what exactly makes jam bands psychedelic?
M8 what are you even asking?
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