Great review on Echoes.org: "Space uses astral imagery, but like Pink Floyd’s “Space Rock” it’s really all about inner space, and All India Radio has been creating in that universe for the last 18 years. All India Radio will take you there on Space. " - John Diliberto, Echoes. Full review here
Our new album Space is almost out depending on where you live and the reviews are rolling in!
"If Pink Floyd were to hone their jamming skills from the early days, they might sound like what Kennedy, bassist Mark Wendt, and drummer Chris Brush are up to now." - popmatters
"It's got the vibe of other acts who similarly have their heads in the cosmos, like the aforementioned Pink Floyd and The Flaming Lips at their most ethereal" - The Needle Drop
"The last time I dropped acid was 20 years ago right before a Gene Loves Jezebel concert at the Roxy in Hollywood; upon reflection, and if time travel were possible, I much rather have dropped acid, stayed home and listed to SPACE" - plumjoe
"Songs feel akin to suites in a greater symphony while they soar into the heavens" - beachsloth
All India Radio releases a new album of lo-fi electronic and synth soundscapes utilising original analog synths and samples of the bands original 1980s cassette tape recordings. It's free (or pay what you want) to download now.
Embryo Músico Vol 1 is the first in a series of collections of new works-in-progress, demo versions and archival outtakes. It is available now as a digital download from Bandcamp and all the usual outlets. Embryo Músico Vol 1 might just give you a hint at the direction of the forthcoming new album!
Ten years ago I got together with Leona Gray to record Fall, All India Radio's first album with vocals. We always talked about a follow up album and in 2012 we began recording. But life got in the way and unfortunately it was never completed. Here for the first time are the results of those recording sessions five years ago.