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Synths for Lunch

A really cool modular synth set from m.0 out of SF. This was shot at The Stork Club in Oakland by Franck Martin.


European Tour Journal Day 1 and 2 (Italy)


Ziggy an Jonesy flew out a day or so ahead of the rest of us. They sent back pics of them at the airport in Rome where they ran into East Bay Ray! Coincidental and Ironic in a sense because TMODM was on Alternative Tentacles at one point.

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“Hello Jello!” Ziggy and Jonesy with East Bay Ray in Rome

They also caught up with Heavy Psych Sounds label honcho Gabriele Fiori to plot our trail of destruction through Europe.

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Ziggy and Gabriele from Heavy Psych Sounds



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The rest of us, drummer Chris Lyman, guitarist Nick Doom and myself departed from SFO on time and enjoyed an 8 hour flight to Dublin. The flight was sparse, so some of us got some rest.

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We had a brief layover in Dublin, where we enjoyed tiny cupcakes to celebrate being in Europe. Then we flew on to Rome where we got picked up and driven to Heavy Psych headquarters. We got some much needed rest in order to prepare for our first show in Southern Italy.

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Tiny cupcakes in Dublin

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DAY 1: Heavy Psych Headquarters

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Heavy Psych Merch
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Heavy Psych Vinyl
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Heavy Psych guard dogs

We checked out the area. Saw this old wall and some shroomy graffiti.

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very old wall

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Had to get some risotto in me stat! We enjoyed the local diner which was really affordable compared to what they charge in SF for this sort of cuisine.

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We got up and packed the van and drove to Pescara. I shared a series of graffiti pics from this stretch on my photoblog also.

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At one point we stopped to visit The Adriatic Sea up close:



Our first show was at Scumm in Pescara, Italy. The building seemed really old but I never got a chance to ask about it. That scene was cool because it was basically a couple of alleys with various things going on including our thing.

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There were cafes and nightclubs with dance music and some other spaces with artistic happenings. Groups of people could go do whatever and then convene in the alley to smoke cigarrettes and talk.

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The front door at Scumm

There was even this really cool Victorian era dance thing going on a few doors down from us:


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Opening band
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Our merch booth was tight

Here’s a short excerpt from our set. The room was really dark and we were a little jet lagged and settling into the gear for the first time, but it was good to get out there.

Look to our Patreon for full sets and exclusive content to come.

All pics by Jeff K. unless otherwise noted.

Pic of East Bay Ray by Ziggy Minucci and the photo of Gabriele and Ziggy by Jonesy Daysleeper






Turn Me On Dead Man return from Europe


I haven’t posted in a few weeks because I was on tour in parts of Europe with TMODM. I just wanted to get a brief post up here and mention how eye opening of a trip it was. I’ll go into more detail in time. I plan to share a series of posts covering our journey. I shot a lot of street art and architecture. Look to alphastarephotography for a recent post on some graffiti. There will be some video clips and photos, there will also be links to exclusive content which will only be available to our Patreon supporters. The next step is to record the next album, which should be happening in the next few months and any support for our Patreon will help with production costs, so check that out.


Below is an excerpt from Jagerklause in Berlin. This was an amazing show and we hope to return again! This is just the last few parts of “Cassiopeia”, an epic song which will be on the next album. The photos in this post are by Andreas Steckmann.