German Psychedelic Progressive Rock Gurus, Samsara Blues Experiment travel down under for their debut tour of Australia and New Zealand in September 2018.
Initially starting out as a Psychedelic Doom quartet; reconfiguring and transforming to become a trio, thus have journeyed into the land of Progressive Riffs and Psychedelic tones.
After 4 successful albums over the decade, their latest “One with the Universe” proves clearly that Samara Blues Experiment hold a huge prominence within the psych sound that has expanded the consciousness of our expectations in not only Psych and Prog genre, but within the world of music.
The sonic existence of SBE in Guitars, Drums and Vocal expression has been documented in our material world however, the timeless cosmic journey expressed in your mind, has always had the potential the band is able to unlock.
It is through the imagery and mindfulness created when you close your eyes and hear the thumping bass of Hans, the primitive drumming of Thomas, the mysterious vocals of Peters along with his heavy psych soloing that takes you away from the world of limited consciousness.
The trio will commence their run of shows this September in Perth for “Armageddoom 5” Fest, and continue to spread their expanded audial consciousness in Brisbane, Sydney, Auckland, Wellington, Melbourne, Geelong and Adelaide.
Join the Experiment..
Fri Sept 7th – Amplifier Bar, Perth
Sat Sept 8th – Crowbar, Brisbane
Sun Sept 9th – Leadbelly, Newtown
Mon Sept 10th – Whammy Bar, Auckland
Tues Sept 11th – Valhalla, Wellington
Thurs Sept 13th – The Bendigo, Collingwood
Fri Sept 14th – The Barwon Club, Geelong
Sat Sept 15th – The Bendigo, Collingwood
Sun Sept 16th – Crown & Anchor, Adelaide
ONE WITH THE UNIVERSE
Samsara Blues Experiment´s fourth full-length album “One With The Universe“ is a culmination of all their works and a hard-hitting invitation to float into their universe of spiritual progression. The five new epics subtly integrate flashes from Jimi Hendrix´ “Electric Ladyland“, Pink Floyd and Black Sabbath, with Canterbury Prog elements à la Caravan and the fuzzed-out riffs of Kyuss. “One With The Universe“ can not be put just into one genre: it is a multifaceted heavy rock album with soul, courage and originality!