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    Anyone know any bands hitting the Pink Floyd style of Stoner rock?

    I'm good with a rockier edge (i.e. Black Mountain, for example).

    Key Traits I'm looking for:

    -Melodic and Spacey w/ Edge
    -Spacey Keys as a foundation
    -Guitar Solos (soaring if possible)
    -Intelligent Lyrics (Not required, but nice)
    -Multiple Vocalists (Also not required, but nice)

    When I look for Floydian bands, I seem to always find nothing but Genesis/Yes clones, the more.....well, not my cup of Progy Spacey Tea.

    I find better in the Stoner Rock movement, but am not as well versed in the genre as I'd like.

    I am VERY open to suggestions, thanks!
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    Way to specific...but if you like Blake Mountain check out Earl Greyhound and Alabama Shakes maybe ?






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    Neither of which is Stoner Rock. This is
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    A very good straight forward desert rock album from France.

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    This is a reeeeaaaaally good album

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    Going to see these guys tomorrow. I imagine it's going to be a weird one.

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    Support for the brant bjork gig tonight
    https://youtube.com/watch? V=0L1k7WHF7lg

    Sounds a bit like fu manchu with a Hammond organ ?
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    As far as Sabbath soundalikes go I really really like these guys

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    NOICE


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