• The Love Dimension
    Audio,  Music Reviews,  Pow Magazine

    The Love Dimension “Tree In The Seed” is a new six-cut EP

    “Tree In The Seed” is a new six-cut EP from amorphous San Francisco psych-collective The Love Dimension. A loosely-defined amalgamation of musicians, (they say they can appear with any configuration from ‘solo-acoustic’ to a full 11-member ‘expanded lineup’) this release finds The Love Dimension appearing in our cosmos as a septet. Since it’s just an EP, we’ll do a track-by-track review. …

  • The Love Dimension - Dream Decibels
    Pow Magazine

    The Love Dimension Takes You to Another Dimension

    The Love Dimension, San Francisco, Photo by Ellie Doyen for Pow Magazine Check out their latest album, Dream Decibels. With a complete, cohesive flow from start to finish, Dream Decibels takes you through the spectrum of human experience, to the stars and cosmos beyond, and then gently carries you back down to earth with their final song “Back Home.” Every…

  • Pow Magazine

    Discography Biography #4: Paul Kopf

    It’s time for Discography Biography, POW’s monthly look into the mind, and the record collection of a various musician. For those who aren’t familiar with how it works, here’s a quick rundown: As any music lover knows, there’s a huge difference between “desert island discs”, favorite records, most influential records, etc. The ones that interest me the most are the…

  • NEPTUNA
    Videos

    Mexicadelia Tours San Francisco!

    Pow Magazine covered Mexicadelia SF tour last September at Hemlock Tavern in San Francisco! Mexicadelia is the sound of the Guadalajara music scene in Mexico. This year, for the first time, the tour  brought the Guadalajara psychedelic sounds to Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, and So Cal in September. Mambo SF is the City’s execution to showcase a fast growing, independent…

  • Live Music,  Videos

    Album release party for The Green Door at Bottom of the Hill San Francisco Dec 15, 2017

    The album release party for The Green Door was probably the quintessential local psychedelic Rock ‘N’ Roll show of the year. Representing the heart of San Francisco Bay Area psych rock at its core and Pow Magazine was there to cover the celebration at Bottom of The Hill. Three other great bands filling the bill were Coywolf, Caravan 222 and The Spiral Electric with mystical visuals by White Light Prism and…