Psychedelic Rock and Electronica on the Trish Flu Broadcast

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Welcome to the Trish Flu Broadcast! Here you’ll find the latest and greatest in psychedelic rock and electronica. We’ve got something for everyone, so sit back, relax, and enjoy the show!

Introducing the Trish Flu Broadcast

The Trish Flu Broadcast is a new radio show that explores the intersection of psychedelic rock and electronica. Every week, host Trish media will take listeners on a musical journey through these two genres, featuring both classic and contemporary tracks.

Whether you’re a fan of Pink Floyd or The Chemical Brothers, The Trish Flu Broadcast is sure to get your head nodding. Tune in every Wednesday night at 10pm EST/7pm PST on BlogTalkRadio.

Psychedelic Rock and Electronica

The Trish Flu Broadcast is a new weekly podcast that combines the best of Psychedelic Rock and Electronica. Each episode will feature a different artist or band, and will be hosted by Trish and her co-hosts, Matt and Tim.

The Beatles and Pink Floyd

Psychedelic rock, sometimes called garage rock, is a style of rock music that was popular in the 1960s and 1970s. The style is marked by a heavy use of distorted guitars, often played through effects pedals such as fuzzboxes and reverb units, and by the extensive use of feedback. Psychedelic rock bands often used elaborate stage shows that included light shows and props such as instruments that shot sparks or emitted foil confetti.

Pink Floyd was an English rock band formed in London. They achieved international acclaim with their progressive and psychedelic music. The band initially consisted of Syd Barrett on lead guitar and lead vocals, Nick Mason on drums, Roger Waters on bass guitar and vocals, and Richard Wright on keyboards and vocals. Barrett died in 1968, after which Waters became the band’s primary songwriter.

Jimi Hendrix and The Doors

Psychedelic rock, often colloquially referred to as “psychedelia”, is a diverse style of rock music inspired, influenced, or representative of psychedelic culture, which is centered around perception-altering hallucinogenic drugs. The music is intended to replicate and enhance the mind-altering experiences of psychedelic drugs, most notably LSD. Many psychedelic groups differ in style, and the label is often applied spuriously.

Psychedelic rock developed during the mid 1960s amidst the rise of the counterculture of the 1960s, particularly in the United States and Britain. It reached its peak in popularity between 1967 and 1969. The genre bridged the transition between early blues-inspired rhythm and blues and rock music, combining electric guitars, drums, bass guitar, and vocals with visual effects including hallucinogenic drugs such as LSD , marijuana smoking , contingent dancing , colorful lights , and costumes .

Syd Barrett and David Bowie

Syd Barrett and David Bowie were two of the most influential musicians of the twentieth century. They both created unique and innovative styles of music that have had a lasting impact on popular culture.

Psychedelic rock is a genre of rock music that was developed in the late 1960s. It is characterized by its use of electronic instruments, extended improvisation, and unusual sounds. Barrett was a founding member of the band Pink Floyd, and his songwriting and guitar playing were integral to the band’s early sound. Bowie’s song “Space Oddity” was one of the first hits of the genre, and his album The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars is considered one of the best examples of psychedelic rock.

Electronica is a genre of electronic music that emerged in the 1990s. It is characterized by its use of synthesizers and other electronic instruments, often combined with traditional acoustic instruments. Bowie’s album Earthling is considered an early example of electronica, and his work with producer Brian Eno on the albums Low and “Heroes” helped to define the genre.

The Rise of Electronica

Electronica is on the rise. You can hear it in the latest Trish Flu broadcast. The mix of psychedelic rock and electronica is sure to get your feet moving. Get ready to hear some of the best new music around.

Kraftwerk and Giorgio Moroder

In the early 1970s, Kraftwerk began to experiment with electronic music, and their experiments would lay the foundation for what would become known as synth-pop and EDM. In 1974, they released their breakout album Autobahn, which featured the title track, a 22-minute ode to the German highway system. The following year, they released Radio-Activity, which featured the single “Trans-Europe Express.”

Meanwhile, in Italy, producer Giorgio Moroder was making a name for himself with a string of innovative disco hits. In 1977, he teamed up with Kraftwerk’s Ralf Hütter to produce “The Robots,” a song that would become one of Kraftwerk’s most iconic tracks.

In the 1980s, synthesizers and drum machines became more prevalent in popular music, and artists like Depeche Mode, New Order, and Thompson Twins began to experiment with incorporating them into their sound. By the end of the decade, electronic music had become mainstream, thanks in large part to Moroder’s production work on Donna Summer’s disco classic “I Feel Love.”

Daft Punk and Justice

Daft Punk and Justice are two of the most well-known and respected names in the world of electronic music. Both duos have been responsible for some of the biggest and most influential tracks in the genre, and their contributions to the scene are undeniable.

Daft Punk first burst onto the scene in the early 2000s with their debut album, Homework. The album featured a number of groundbreaking tracks that would go on to become electronic music classics, including “Da Funk” and “Around the World.” Justice followed suit a few years later with their own debut album, †. The album was an instant hit, thanks in part to its catchy lead single, “D.A.N.C.E.”

Both Daft Punk and Justice have continued to be at the forefront of the electronic music scene ever since. In recent years, they’ve both performed at major music festivals like Coachella and Ultra, and their live shows are always highly anticipated events. If you’re a fan of electronic music, then you owe it to yourself to check out both Daft Punk and Justice!

The Future of Psychedelic Rock and Electronica

Psychedelic rock and electronica have been on a steady incline in recent years. With the advent of new technologies and the ever-changing landscape of the music industry, these two genres are only going to become more popular. In this article, we’ll take a look at the future of psychedelic rock and electronica and what it holds for the music industry.

Tame Impala and The Flaming Lips

In the world of modern music, it’s hard to ignore the impact that psychedelic rock and electronica have had. From the early days of The Beatles and Jimi Hendrix experimenting with LSD, to the more recent rise of electronic music artists like Skrillex and Bassnectar, these two genres have continually pushed the boundaries of what music can be.

Now, it seems that psychedelic rock and electronica are on the verge of a new golden age. At the forefront of this movement are two bands that are quickly becoming household names: Tame Impala and The Flaming Lips.

Tame Impala, a band from Australia, has been making waves in the music industry for their unique blend of psychedelic rock and electronica. Their most recent album, “Currents”, was met with critical acclaim, with many critics calling it a masterpiece. The band is currently touring the world, playing sold-out shows to ecstatic fans.

The Flaming Lips, a band from Oklahoma, has been making psychedelic rock for over 30 years. In recent years, they have embraced electronic music, resulting in some of their most experimental and mind-bending work yet. Their 2013 album “The Terror” was praised by critics as one of the best albums of the year. The band is currently working on a new album which is expected to be released later this year.

These two bands are leading the charge in a new wave of psychedelic rock and electronica that is sure to take the world by storm. So if you’re looking for something new and exciting to listen to, be sure to check out Tame Impala and The Flaming Lips!

Unknown Mortal Orchestra and MGMT

Unknown Mortal Orchestra and MGMT are two of the most popular and acclaimed psychedelic rock and electronica bands of the past decade. They have both released three albums apiece, with Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s first two albums being released on the highly respected indie label Fat Possum Records. Both bands achieved their greatest commercial success with their third albums, with Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s II reaching #1 on the US Billboard Heatseekers chart and MGMT’s Oracular Spectacular reaching #4 on the UK Albums Chart.

Although both bands enjoyed critical and commercial success with their third albums, they have both taken very different approaches to their fourth albums. Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s frontman Ruban Nielson has stated that the band’s fourth album will be more “rootsy” and “down-to-earth”, while MGMT have announced that their fourth album will be a double album consisting of one disc of new material and one disc of remixes and re-recordings of older songs.

It will be interesting to see how these two bands’ different approaches to their fourth albums will affect their popularity. Will Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s more rootsy sound win them new fans, or will MGMT’s more experimental approach alienate some of their existing fans? Only time will tell, but one thing is certain: both bands are sure to continue to be at the forefront of psychedelic rock and electronica for years to come.

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