Lone Head Records have released some weird and wonderful music over the years. So it was with great pleasure to put out this album with the sounds of the Scottish Underground Indie Scene.
‘If you really want to know what is going on in any city, listen to the music created by its bands and artists. It tell you all you need to know.’
This 25 track album is a great mixture of all the bands and artists that have recorded and released music on Lone Head Records since 2000. I have to say that I am so proud of all the music on this album. It brings back such happy and wonderful memories. I hope you have time to check out the songs.
‘These tracks are the authentic sound of Edinburgh, the lives and the loves of the city, the dreams and the despair, the people and the places.’
Abstract Greens release a new album ‘Strange Daze Dreams’. This is a psychedelic pop and rock album. It takes the vibe of that retro 1960’s sound and mixes it with the modern indie electro influences.
I took the vibes of those classic 1960’s bands we all love – The Beatles, The Stones, The Small Faces, The Kinks, The Doors, and Love. Plus many more. Adding into this heady mix the much more modern electro indie sound palette. This melting pot was the basis for ‘Strange Daze Daze’.
Also just as important was the general influence of those masters of the dream experience – The Surrealists. Then recording and mixing in my own Lo-Fi studio to brew up something a bit special.
With todays modern computer technology – music making no longer belongs to the rich and connected. If you have the time and focus – you can make that album of your dreams.
The dream factory was working flat-out – now the work is complete. In many ways this album can perhaps be summed as Scottish Working Class Indie Pop Psychedelia.
So don’t go round thinking ‘Any dream will do’. No – This is time for some ‘Strange Daze Dreams’.