top of page






Darsombra is a cinematic conceptual rock band from Baltimore, Maryland, USA. Featuring composer Brian Daniloski on guitar, bass, and vocals, and filmmaker Ann Everton on synth, vocals, percussion, and projections, Darsombra is internationally known for walking the line between glam-prog-psych-stoner metal and site-specific installation performance art. Live, their carefully crafted songs and videos create a hallucinogenic synesthesia for the audience, as Everton and Daniloski build a temporary reality from sound, sight, and movement.

But beyond their notoriously psychedelic stage shows, they have a strikingly distinctive and unique sound, which runs the gamut from minimal pulsating drone soundscapes, to intricately layered album-length psych/metal opuses, to glam/prog Krautrock-esque tracks drenched with field recordings. Expect cosmic guitar solos and interweaving riffs, blissed-out synth sequences and bass lines, and emotive whacks of a gong or tolls of bells peppered throughout their work, in addition to vocal stylings that range from wordless choral harmonies to percussive chants, grunts, and word-salad lyrics. These sonic elements combine to conjure seamless, evocative music, communicating a sense of emotion, narrative, or ideas that are all entirely subjective for the listener—this is music for the imagination. Darsombra calls their sound "trans-apocalyptic galaxy rock": dynamic, kaleidoscopic music for people transitioning through endtimes and dreaming of space.

In 1998, Darsombra was initially conceived as SUCKPiG, Daniloski’s solo side project to his renowned sludge metal band, Meatjack. In 2005, he began touring under the new name Darsombra. In 2010, Darsombra became a two-piece with the addition of video artist Ann Everton. By 2013, Ann had joined Brian as a musician, performer, and composer, as well as continuing to produce and project her mind-bending video tracks composed exclusively for each song.

Prolifically touring for well over a decade, Darsombra has performed in 48 states and 20 countries throughout North America, Asia, and Europe, at music venues, festivals, DIY spaces, house shows, galleries, city ruins, dive bars, cultural centers, record stores, coffee shops, and parks—not to mention their legendary pop-up generator shows at national monuments and forests, or just by the side of the road. No matter where they perform, the most common responses a Darsombra show elicits are, “I didn’t know what to expect, but that was awesome”, “I’ve never seen anything like that before”, and “it was like an acid trip, but without the acid."

Following releases on labels in the US, Europe, and Asia, such as At A Loss (US), Public Guilt (US), Exile On Mainstream (Germany), Translation Loss (US), Dogma Artistic Guerrilla (Malaysia), and Noise Bombing (Indonesia), Darsombra's latest double album "Dumesday Book" was released on their own label, Pnictogen Records. Darsombra also manages a robust YouTube channel, complete with videos of their shows, their live projections, music videos, livestreamed shows, and episodes of Darsombra TV—the ongoing chronicles of their adventures at large. A true cottage industry DIY band, self producing their music and videos and booking their own tours globally, Darsombra brings a stadium show in a cargo van or a handful of suitcases.



Cave Inn digs deep into ambient style drone soundscapes and percussive, electro-folk excursions, establishing minimal to maximal reverberations for the adventurous sound-seekers. 


Temple Fang rgb B2.jpg



No longer the best kept secret in dutch rock, Amsterdam’s space-rock band has steadily been
blowing minds across Europe since 2018 with their hard hitting yet elegant longform jams,
building up an enormous reputation as a live band that always delivers and never repeats itself.
Having debuted, appropriately, with a live album, 2019’s “Live at Merleyn” on their own Right On
Mountain records, in 2021 the band put out the half-live/half-studio double album “Fang Temple”
to considerable acclaim leading to the band being picked up with legendary purveyors of
adventurous rock, German label Stickman records, home of Motorpsycho, Elder and the like.
After the plague the band hit the European festival circuit hard, going from Holland’s own
Roadburn festival to Germany’s Desertfest Berlin and Freak Valley, all the way to Sonic Blast in
Portugal, leaving heads spinning and hearts filled with guitars.
Mind-bending riffs, triple vocal harmonies, dubbed out bass and jazzy yet hard hitting drums,
ecstatically rocking and truly psychedelic, Temple Fang delivers it all with love.
Rock ’n Roll as a means to attaining spiritual freedom, right on!
Longform rock for fans of Motorpsycho, The Grateful Dead, Hawkwind and Hendrix.



On its voyage of discovery, ‘The Moondig' intercepts musical messages that interconnect the various spaces of the free mind. Welcome to the experimental lunar sound of Belgium's mad hatters’ psychedelic improvising acid space jazz flowing kraut noise rock.


RRRags, Beesus, The Slices_Insta.jpg



Rrrags was formed after a jam session by Ron Van Herpen, Rob Zim and Rob Martin in September 2017. Only three months later, they hit the studio! The first album was presented at Roadburn 2018. A follow-up called "High Protein" was released in May 2020, right after the lockdown started.
During most of 2022, the band have been working on their third record, which is said to show a more eclectic and adventurous side of the band. Lay Bare Recordings will release the album in April, tonight you can get a taste right here!



These stoners from Rome have been around since 2015 and released three albums worth of noisy, fuzz-heavy stoner/sludge.



Locals from Leuven, kicking your bluesy ass!
Heavy blues rock with a nasty twist.

bottom of page