Crash Symbols – Psychotropic Spools

Last year I reviewed an excellent batch from Crash Symbols. 2019 brings another diverse set of tapes from the always eclectic label. This West Virginia-based tape label casts a wide net in the musical ocean, and as usual offers up artists and projects from all over the globe. ML Wah and Herbcraft - No Slack cassette/download (https://crashsy…

CRASH SYMBOLS: Dancing To Their Own Beat

Started in 2010 and run by Dwight and Liz Pavlovic, Crash Symbols is a psychedelic tape label, though it branches out to include many other genres. They were kind enough to send me a batch of their 5 newest tapes and here they are in order of catalogue number. Touched by an Angle Vol. 2   More than a compilation, this cassette is equal p…

I HEARD YOU MISSED US, WE’RE BACK!

  Ruix comes and goes, but here we are, so let’s go. We’ll be posting a mix of new and archival content in the coming weeks. I know it’s March, and most of us are doing our best to distance ourselves from 2017, but I’m going to revisit some of the albums that offered comfort over a tempestuous year. Having checked out a lot of ye…