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Acid Mothers Temple

About Acid Mothers Temple

Acid Mothers Temple is a Japanese psychedelic collective led by multi-instrumentalist and psychedelic warlord guitarist Kawabata Makoto. Taking ideas formed in Kawabata's earlier bands, (Mainliner, Musica Transonic) and expanding on them in unpredictable ways, these bearded space hippies play journey-taking psyche rock, more purely psychedelic and jam-oriented than the Motorhead-meets-Blue Cheer crush of the aforementioned bands. The band is astonishing live, but with nearly 100 releases since 1995, their overstuffed catalogue can be a bit confounding.

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Acid Mothers Temple

Acid Mothers Temple is a Japanese psychedelic collective led by multi-instrumentalist and psychedelic warlord guitarist Kawabata Makoto. Taking ideas formed in Kawabata's earlier bands, (Mainliner, Musica Transonic) and expanding on them in unpredictable ways, these bearded space hippies play journey-taking psyche rock, more purely psychedelic and jam-oriented than the Motorhead-meets-Blue Cheer crush of the aforementioned bands. The band is astonishing live, but with nearly 100 releases since 1995, their overstuffed catalogue can be a bit confounding.

About Acid Mothers Temple

Acid Mothers Temple is a Japanese psychedelic collective led by multi-instrumentalist and psychedelic warlord guitarist Kawabata Makoto. Taking ideas formed in Kawabata's earlier bands, (Mainliner, Musica Transonic) and expanding on them in unpredictable ways, these bearded space hippies play journey-taking psyche rock, more purely psychedelic and jam-oriented than the Motorhead-meets-Blue Cheer crush of the aforementioned bands. The band is astonishing live, but with nearly 100 releases since 1995, their overstuffed catalogue can be a bit confounding.

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Japan Rocks

About Acid Mothers Temple

Acid Mothers Temple is a Japanese psychedelic collective led by multi-instrumentalist and psychedelic warlord guitarist Kawabata Makoto. Taking ideas formed in Kawabata's earlier bands, (Mainliner, Musica Transonic) and expanding on them in unpredictable ways, these bearded space hippies play journey-taking psyche rock, more purely psychedelic and jam-oriented than the Motorhead-meets-Blue Cheer crush of the aforementioned bands. The band is astonishing live, but with nearly 100 releases since 1995, their overstuffed catalogue can be a bit confounding.

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Japan Rocks