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In 2020, a year wrecked with cultural dissent and a global pandemic, fellow musicians and long-time friends Garrett Zanol and Ian Nelson decided to create a band that would pull influence from a few of their favorite musical acts. After retaining the talents of their favorite local drummer Chase Howard, the group got to work on writing an album that illustrates their current climate.

Kadabra from Spokane, Washington U.S., delivers the eerie psyche crawl of acts like Dead Meadow and the heavy fuzzed riff grime of Black Sabbath. In fall the of 2020, they tracked their debut album with Dawson Scholz, and it is set to release this fall on Heavy Psych Sounds Records.

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Spoon Benders

Spoon Benders is a progressive psych-rock powerhouse that has been relentlessly crisscrossing the United States, leaving a trail of newly acquired fans in their wake. Spoon Benders have become synonymous with an electrifying stage presence that can only be described as loud, controlled chaos.

Spoon Benders have been carving their path through the musical landscape since their inception, and are now consistently supporting notable acts such as Frankie and The Witch Fingers, L7, Fuzz, Meatbodies, Deap Vally, Death Valley Girls, and The Paranoyds.

In April of this year, Spoon Benders unleashed their sophomore album, “How Things Repeat,” upon the eager ears of the public. The album is a testament to the band’s artistic evolution and ability to push the boundaries of their sound. “How Things Repeat” has been met with resounding acclaim, cementing Spoon Benders’ status as a force to be reckoned with in the psychedelic rock landscape.

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Ealdor Bealu

Ealdor Bealu is a progressive heavy-psych quartet from Boise, ID. With a focus on shifting dynamics from the ambient to the massive and back again, their sound expands beyond the boundaries of genre to create a mosaic of sonic praise.
As a part of the Northwest music community, Ealdor Bealu has had the honor of sharing the stage with the likes of Earthless, Acid King, Yawning Man, Acid Mothers Temple, Big Business, Junius, and This Patch of Sky among others. Festival appearances have included Treefort Music Fest 2016-2019, Off-Beat Music Fest 2017-2018, and Ranchfest 2016.
The band’s first full-length offering DARK WATER AT THE FOOT OF THE MOUNTAIN(Independent 2017) drew local, regional, and even international praise as a standout debut offering. With the release of Ealdor Bealu’s sophomore full-length album SPIRIT OF THE LONELY PLACES on July 20th 2019 on vinyl/digital the band has seen new levels of success around the globe.
With outstanding reviews by The Obelisk, Outlaws of the Sun, Stoner Hive, and many more, and accompanied by a 10-date West Coast tour in support, Ealdor Bealu has become a force to be reckoned within the realms of the heavy psychedelic universe.