It's Space Rock!
Mother Black Cap are a modern psychedelic rock band from the east of Norfolk in England. They draw significant influence from bands such as Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin. They are currently unsigned but have released one album entitled 'In The Comfort Of Your Own Home...'. The name 'mother black cap' is derived from the name of a magic mushroom.
Sinkane has played/plays drums/other instruments in Caribou, of Montreal, and Born Ruffians.
He now plays with Yeasayer. Sinkane music is derived from many bands, musical styles and feelings: Kraut, Psychedelic, Shoegaze, Dream pop, Jazz, Drone, Classic Rock whatever you want to call it. It is ever changing/evolving. You can purchase Sinkane records through http://www.insound.com/search/searchmain.jsp?query=sinkane or your local record store.
There are more than one band named Amulet;
1) Norwegian Band
After a week of borrowing each other's records, Amulet recorded their first demo in September 1993. Little did they know that this was the beginning of a working relationship spanning over a decade. They formed as a three piece with Lars Rasmussen on guitar, Torgny Amdam on vocals/drums and Arne Haabeth on bass. The two first official releases dabbled in teenage sentimentality: the self-titled debut and the Engrave EP were emo before emo achieved genre-status.
Sabbath Assembly is the brainchild of No-Neck Blues Band/Boadrum lifer Dave Nuss (here, XTIAN) and Jex Thoth (here, JEX) Album "Restored To One" pays homage to and expands/reworks the apocalyptic purification hymns of the Process Church Of The Final Judgment.
Bardo Pond is an American psychedelic rock band formed in Philadelphia in 1991. The current members of Bardo Pond are Michael Gibbons, John Gibbons, Isobel Sollenberger, Clint Takeda, and Jason Kourkounis, who recently replaced Ed Farnsworth who had been filling in on drum duties since the Lapsed tour. Bardo Pond's loud, drug-inspired music is often classified as space rock, post-rock, or psychedelic rock.
There is more than one artist using this name: 1) The Zoo were a psychedelic rock band formed in 1968 by Murphy ‘Chocolate Moose’ Carfagna, the band also featured Mike Flicker on drums and Howard Leese on lead guitar both of whom went on to join Heart, Leese as guitarist and Flicker as the band’s producer. Originally released on Ed Cobb’s Sunburst label (Sunburst 7500), this little psych treasure was reissued by Radioactive Records.
Parallel or 90 Degrees was formed in the year 1996 by Andy Tillison Diskdrive and Sam Baine. Those two members form the core of the group and have released five albums and a live video. Their first album was entitled Sanctum/Acoustic Lens and was followed by The Corner of My Room. Their next release, Afterlifecycle, came out in 1997 and was both their first CD release and the first release on Cyclops.