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by The Love Dimension

60s Psychedelic and 90s Grunge filtered through the lens of the present
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. Faster Than the Speed of Light
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2. Super Velvet Eagle
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3. Another Hundred Suns
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4. How Many Miles
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5. Infinity Return
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6. Possessed by Possessions
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7. Cosmic Elevation
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8. Lives of Fireflies
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9. Moons of Neptune
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10. Back Home
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Jimmy L. Dias - vocals, guitar
Celeste Obomsawin - vocals, percussion
Devin Farney - keys
Robinson Kuntz - drums, percussion
Amy Jane - vocals
Eric Amerman - guitar, keys
Jeremy Walker - guitar
Michael Summers - bass

Electric guitar and vocals on "How Many Miles" by Vanessa Silberman
Synth on "How Many Miles" by Tara Dupuis
Pedal steel on "Back Home" by Gar Robertson

Recorded, mixed, mastered and produced by Tommy Dietrick at Skylab Studio in Yucca Valley, CA and Studio 606 in Los Angeles, CA, September 2016 through January 2018.

Front cover illustration by Nori Lockhart.

Andy Strong, Matt Robeson, and Ellie Doyen.

Graphic design and layout by Fuel Heart Productions.

ASCAP Dodecagon Publishing

www.thelovedimension.com

"The Love Dimension's latest EP, Freakquency Space Mind Continuum, is a short, sweet, delightfully fun listen, a summery, surf-y, psychedelic revision of a time when life in San Francisco wasn't so complicated. The tunes are so catchy and easy on the ears they encourage repeat listens...a blast to listen to, fun, playful, psychedelic pop featuring stick-in-your-head, surf-inspired guitar licks, perfectly retro harmonized vocals, and simple, sing-along lyrics." -SF Weekly

"A treat for lovers of freakbeat and psychedelia." -Songwriting Magazine

"Create and Consume highlights the band's amazing strong points. It's fun, it's fast, and it's utterly enjoyable. Hip-swaying country psych shamans." -The Bay Bridged

"These youngsters pay homage to the classic sounds of the Jefferson Airplane/Grateful Dead/Quicksilver Messenger Service nexus with uncanny precision, but they never sound like they're stuck in any kind of nostalgic time." -SF Chronicle

"Acceptance is five tracks reminiscent of The Doors, The Mamas and the Papas and a bit of Jefferson Airplane. San Francisco’s The Love Dimension takes the hazy sound of ‘60s psychedelia and pairs it with a garage rock twist." -Riff Magazine

"Call them a band, call them a collective, definitely call them groovy.” -KFOG

"You love them so much that you want to re-start the psychedelic revolution with them…a set of songs that have come from absolutely nowhere and relishing the thought of spreading their name everywhere you go…a hybrid of almost anything good you care to put a name too. The infectious music never misses a beat and at times acts as a conduit for your own breathless imagination…a gift, it will leave you exhausted and the mind full of possibilities. Psychedelic grandeur that you will just want to devour!" - Liverpool Sound and Vision

"Acceptance showcases The Love Dimension’s wide range of influences and musical abilities. Acceptance opens with “I’ll Find A Way”, a tight, bass-throbbing track with hints of 70’s prog-rock, 90’s stoner rock, and 60’s psychedelia, combined in a way that sounds modern and new. The musicianship on this track is water-tight, with grandiose builds and wild guitar licks layered over the ultra-heavy foundation laid by the bass and drums...fun, rock n roll romp with a bluesy progression that’ll get dance floors moving and features poppy, garage-psych with catchy hooks and melodic basslines." -Pow Magazine

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