All posts tagged “lightningbolt

FRIDAY :: FOUND SOUND # 36

Aloha and welcome back to Found Sound :: This week highlight – Le Orme – Ad Glorium (1969)  :: I’m back in sunny California this week with a nice stack of LP’s and 45’s from Europe and South Africa. Holland and Belgium never fail to impress with […]

FRIDAY :: FOUND SOUND # 34

Aloha and welcome back to Found Sound :: This week highlight – West – West (1968) :: Im back on the trail again with the Allah-Las this month. This time we’re traveling through South Africa, France, Belgium and The Netherlands. Hoping to find some new records […]

FRIDAY :: FOUND SOUND # 32

Aloha and welcome back to Found Sound  This week Highlight ::  Harumi – Harumi (1968) This is one of those rare and forgotten records that keeps you digging deeper for more of the same. A perfect combination of experimental and pop sensibilities woven together in […]

FRIDAY :: FOUND SOUND # 31

Aloha and welcome back to Found Sound  This week Highlight :: Jan & Dean – Save For a Rainy Day (1967) Although Save For A Rainy Day is filed in the Jan & Dean section, this stormy sweet release stands out among it’s sunny cousins. In […]

HIGHLIGHT :: BOLTxCOLE

THE SURF SKATE  The Surf Skate – a brain child of our collaboration with Cole Simler –  features a fuller nose with a wide forward outline, round forgiving rails, and a flatter deck. It has an extremely low entry rocker, allowing for instant acceleration and making it […]

LAYOVER AT LEO

It was 3 o’clock in the morning when I heard their funky accents and a loud knocking on my door. Yes, the Aussies were back from their explorations in Central America. They were supposed to be here at midnight but there was a flight delay […]

FRIDAY :: FOUND SOUND # 30

Aloha and welcome back to Found Sound (30th set) This week Highlight :: OFEGE – Try And Love  Type in African Psych in a web browser and the most common results that pop up have to do with Zamrock, a term thrown on bands from Zambia, […]

MOUNTAINS OF DRIPPING FLUID

Oakland based artist Brendan Monroe has a way with minimalist psychedelic wave-forms, black holes, and other such mind bending vortexes. Also check out his Instagram. Enjoy the trip.