Music

Geogaddi

Psych album of the week: Boards of Canada’s Geogaddi (2002)

The devil is in the details on the Scottish duo’s sophomore album

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Bitches-Brew

Psych album of the week: Miles Davis’s Bitches Brew (1970)

There is no denying the lasting ability of this album to provoke thought and transport the listener to a land with no rules

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Psych album of the week: The United States of America (1968)

Even when the ironically named band played things more-or-less straight, it did so in astonishing ways

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Vona introduces two CBD tinctures in collaboration with Sigur Rós

Would you rather drift into the ethereal or align with the physical world?

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High Society: Jazz giant Louis Armstrong loved “that good shit”

“It really puzzles me to see marijuana connected with narcotics, dope and all of that stuff,” he once said.

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Psych album of the week: Of Montreal’s Satanic Panic in the Attic (2004)

Even if it wasn’t written or recorded under the influence of anything stronger than herbal tea, the LP is a psychedelic masterpiece

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Canadian metal band Imonolith discusses cannabis and creativity

The lazy stoner is an archetype, but how much of an issue is this for musicians who use weed regularly?

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What will Cannabis Legalization Mean for Music?

As weed goes corporate, so might its relationship with musicians and artists.

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