Even before you know it’s self-titled, and even before you read the LP liner notes, you know it’s all Brant Bjork. The man who has become the ambassador of Californian desert rock indeed plays every instrument across his 13th studio full-length, Brant Bjork. This in itself is something of a departure from recent offerings, as on 2018’s Mankind Woman, Bjork worked closely with guitarist Bubba DuPree (Void), and both 2016’s...

Welcome back the sweet scent of freedom. Breath in the greeheen! BRANT BJORK has come to revive your spirit: The Kyuss- and Fu Manchu legend has just announced his first live record ever!

From the opening guitar riff of "Europe '16", recorded in Berlin, one can sense the buzz of classic rock electricity that transcends into new spheres. This is controlled madness between trippy and...

BRANT BJORK delivers more grooves and soul with his rocking new single "Cleaning Out The Ashtray", streaming exclusively via The Obelisk today. His upcoming self-titled album "Brant Bjork" is due out May 29th on Heavy Psych Sounds.

"It’s a perfect time to get high and listen to some groovy music with good vibes. So, Clean out the ashtray, roll up a joint and check out this new track.” says...

Desert rock icon BRANT BJORK announces the release of his new self-titled album "Brant Bjork" on April 10th through Heavy Psych Sounds Records (who will also reissue "Punk Rock Guilt" and "Gods & Goddesses" this spring). Stream new single "Jungle In The Sound" below!

Even before you know it’s self-titled, and even before you read the LP liner notes, you know it’s all BRANT BJORK. The man who has become...

It's been twenty glorious years since desert rock legend BRANT BJORK released his first solo album 'Jalamanta'. Heavy Psych Sounds are celebrating this anniversary in style, with the release of a completely remastered and remixed 'Jalamanta' this Friday!

Recorded by Tony Mason at Rancho De La Luna, Joshua Tree, California, in February 1999 and produced by BRANT BJORK, 'Jalamanta' still belongs to the most distinctive desert rock records of all...

It's been twenty glorious years when desert rock icon BRANT BJORK released his first solo album 'Jalamanta'. 2019 will see the Kyuss and Fu Manchu legend celebrate his anniversary in style, when he will reissue his cult album 'Jalamanta' on September 13th with Heavy Psych Sounds Records!

Recorded by Tony Mason at Rancho De La Luna, Joshua Tree, California, in February 1999 and produced by BRANT BJORK, 'Jalamanta' still belongs...

cover art by Branca Studio

It's been 20 glory years when desert rock icon, BRANT BJORK, released his first solo album Jalamanta. 2019 will see the Kyuss and Fu Manchu- legend celebrate his 20th anniversary in style, when he will re-release his pathbreaking, cult album Jalamanta on September 13rd with Heavy Psych Sounds Records!

Recorded by Tony Mason at Rancho De La Luna, Joshua Tree, California, in February 1999 and produced by BRANT BJORK, Jalamanta...

It's been twenty glorious years when desert rock icon BRANT BJORK released his first solo album 'Jalamanta'. 2019 will see the Kyuss and Fu Manchu legend celebrate his anniversary in style, when he will reissue his cult album 'Jalamanta' on September 13th with Heavy Psych Sounds Records!

Recorded by Tony Mason at Rancho De La Luna, Joshua Tree, California, in February 1999 and produced by BRANT BJORK, 'Jalamanta' still belongs...

Listen to ex-Kyuss drummer and multi-instrumentalist Brant Bjork’s lost album 'Jacoozzi' for the first time since it was recorded in 2010, and get your turntable ready for its official release April 5th on Heavy Psych Sounds Records.

Joshua Tree, California, 2010: BRANT BJORK has just started to record another solo record. About four days into the sessions, the desert rocker decided to abandon the eight songs he was working on,...

photo by Sam Grant

Recorded almost 10 years ago in a desert jam, finally seeing the light of day for the first time this April on Heavy Psych Sounds Records!

Joshua Tree, California, 2010: Brant Bjork has just started to record another solo record. About 4 days into the sessions, the desert rock pioneer decided to abandon the 8 songs he was working on, and told his long time friend and engineer, Tony Mason,...

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