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Ride Into the Sun (Fri., 3:30pm, Reverberation stage)

Smoldering psych rock from Adelaide with wings like black angels and an imminent 7-inch release.

Tjutjuna (Fri., 4:45pm, Elevation amphitheatre)

Denver quintet makes mushroomed mantra its religion on latest single "Desert Shore."

Lumerians (Fri., 6pm, Levitation tent)

Space is the place for Lumerians, the Oakland psilocybin psonictitians with a new LP out in August on Partisan.

Wall of Death (Sat., 3:30pm, Reverberation stage)

Ghostly acid rock from the French side of the moon.

Woodsman (Sat., 4:30pm, Elevation amphitheatre)

From the Colorado mountains to the Brooklyn towers comes this instrumental trip-out combo.

The Warlocks (Sat., 11pm, Levitation tent)

Hard-rocking acid drone veterans remain as hellbent on feedback as on workshopping the next album.

Spectrum (Sat., 12:30am, Levitation tent)

Modern electro-psych granddaddy Sonic Boom brings his nom de guerre to Carson Creek for an eagerly anticipated aural trip.

Dreamtime (Sun., 5pm, Elevation amphitheatre)

Brisbane trio journeys deep into the heart of the cosmic oneness, reverb knob twirled to "stun."

The Cult of Dom Keller (Sun., 6pm, Levitation tent)

Spaced-out fuzz, blissed-out vox, and a steady rhythm pulse by way of Nottingham, UK.

Dead Skeletons (Sun., 8:30pm, Elevation amphitheatre)

Icelandic drone-rock with ties to Singapore Sling and a new LP called Buddha-Christ.

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