Posts Tagged ‘Rishi Dhir’

SEM Exclusive Video: Elephant Stone Premieres “Echo & The Machine” (Al Lover Remix)

Today, SEM proudly premieres the video for Al Lover’s remix of Elephant Stone’s “Echo & The Machine,” the third track on ES3PRMX, which comes out on 2nd June 2015. Al Lover does a psychedelic/break beat remix of Echo & The Machine from Elephant Stone’s The Three Poisons (2014).
Taken from ES3PRMX out June 2nd, 2015 on Burger Records (CASSETTE)/Elephants On Parade Records (DIGITAL)

ES3PRMX is an album of inventive remixes of songs from Elephant Stone’s critically-acclaimed 2014 album, The Three Poisons. 

Montreal’s Elephant Stone was formed in 2009 by sitarist/bassist Rishi Dhir. As one of the most highly sought out sitar players in the international psych scene, he has recorded, performed and toured with Beck, the Black Angels, Brian Jonestown Massacre, the Horrors, and many more.

Elephant Stone has released two LPs, an EP, and has toured throughout North American and Europe. They have spear-headed the Hindie-Rock movement with their deft ability of weaving together rock’n’roll, Hindustani classical, and catchy-as-all-hell pop. Elephant Stone’s third full-length, The Three Poisons. Their strongest/grooviest release to date,  for now, enjoy Al Lover’s work and the video that accompanies it.

SEM Video Exclusive: Elephant Stone Premieres “Child of Nature” (The Tom Furse [The Horrors] Extrapolation)

Yesterday, SEM premiered the video for Anton Newcombe and Fabien Leseure’s remix of “Three Poisons,” the first track on ES3PRMX, a collection of six remixes of songs from Elephant Stone’s breathtaking 2014 LP, The Three Poisons. Tom Furse (The Horrors’ subtractive synthesis genius) reinvents/re-imagines Child of Nature from Elephant Stone’s The Three Poisons (2014) as a house/dancefloor timebomb.

Today, we proudly present the video for Horrors’ keyboardist Tom Furse’s remix of “Child of Nature.”

Montreal’s Elephant Stone was formed in 2009 by sitarist/bassist Rishi Dhir. As one of the most highly sought out sitar players in the international psych scene, he has recorded, performed and toured with Beck, the Black Angels, Brian Jonestown Massacre, the Horrors, and many more. Elephant Stone has released two LPs, an EP, and has toured throughout North American and Europe. They have spear-headed the Hindie-Rock movement with their deft ability of weaving together rock’n’roll, Hindustani classical, and catchy-as-all-hell pop.

SEM Video Exclusive: Elephant Stone Premieres “Living for Something” (Alex Maas [The Black Angels] Remix)

Today, SEM premieres the video for Alex Maas’ remix of Elephant Stone’s “Living for Something.”

“Living for Something” is the fourth track on Elephant Stone’s ES3PRMX, which comes out on 2nd June 2015. Montreal’s Elephant Stone was formed in 2009 by sitarist/bassist Rishi Dhir. As one of the most highly sought out sitar players in the international psych scene, he has recorded, performed and toured with Beck, the Black Angels, Brian Jonestown Massacre, the Horrors, and many more.

Elephant Stone has released two LPs, an EP, and has toured throughout North American and Europe. They have spear-headed the Hindie-Rock movement with their deft ability of weaving together rock’n’roll, Hindustani classical, and catchy-as-all-hell pop. 2014 will see the release of Elephant Stone’s third full-length, The Three Poisons. Their strongest/grooviest release to date,

Check out what Maas – the inimitable lead singer of The Black Angels – has done with one of the best tracks on Elephant Stone’s 2014 LP, The Three Poisons. Directed by Elba Berganza http://cargocollective.com/elba

Alex Maas of the Black Angels takes this deep cut off of The Three Poisons and makes it his own.
Taken from ES3PRMX out June 2nd, 2015 on Burger Records (CASSETTE)/Elephants On Parade Records (DIGITAL)

SEM Exclusive Video: Elephant Stone Premieres “Knock You From Yr Mountain” (PIA Remix [Peter from The Dandy Warhols])

Elephant Stone have released the fifth video from their ES3PRMX album, which comes out on 2nd June 2015.
ES3PRMX is a collection of six remixes from Elephant Stone’s monumental 2014 album, The Three Poisons.

Today’s remix comes from Peter Holmström (aka PIA) of The Dandy Warhols.

Check out the video below to see how Holmström takes “Knock You From Yr Mountain” – one of the catchiest songs on The Three Poisons – into the stratosphere.

Directed by Elba Berganza http://cargocollective.com/elba
The Dandy Warhols’ Peter Holmstrom tears The Three Poisons’ lead single apart and shines a light on it’s darker/more evil aspects. A sub-bass speaker highly recommended.
Taken from ES3PRMX out June 2nd, 2015 on Burger Records (CASSETTE)/Elephants On Parade Records (DIGITAL)

Montreal’s Elephant Stone was formed in 2009 by sitarist/bassist Rishi Dhir. As one of the most highly sought out sitar players in the international psych scene, he has recorded, performed and toured with Beck, the Black Angels, Brian Jonestown Massacre, the Horrors, and many more.

Elephant Stone has released two LPs, an EP, and has toured throughout North American and Europe. They have spear-headed the Hindie-Rock movement with their deft ability of weaving together rock’n’roll, Hindustani classical, and catchy-as-all-hell pop. 2014 will see the release of Elephant Stone’s third full-length, The Three Poisons.

John-Mark Lapham (The Revival Hour, The Late Chord, The Earlies) re-imagines The Three Poisons as a continues 18 minute musical journey. Take the trip.

Taken from ES3PRMX out June 2nd, 2015 on Burger Records (CASSETTE)/Elephants On Parade Records (DIGITAL) Directed by Elba Berganza http://cargocollective.com/elba

Montreal’s Elephant Stone was formed in 2009 by sitarist/bassist Rishi Dhir. As one of the most highly sought out sitar players in the international psych scene, he has recorded, performed and toured with Beck, the Black Angels, Brian Jonestown Massacre, the Horrors, and many more.

Elephant Stone has released two LPs, an EP, and has toured throughout North American and Europe. They have spear-headed the Hindie-Rock movement with their deft ability of weaving together rock’n’roll, Hindustani classical, and catchy-as-all-hell pop.

2014 will see the release of Elephant Stone’s third full-length, The Three Poisons. Their strongest/grooviest release to date,

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This Live studio performance with added vocals from Milaki Tirolien recorded in Montreal and taken from their third album which is due out on August 25th on Hidden Pony Records. The Psychedelia rockers and Elephant Stone’s third album with singer, sitar player and a spiritual guide Rishi Dhir a former member of the High Dials , guitarist Micheal Lampert and drummer Miles Dupire with a more melodic and rich soulful psych sound with buoyant grooves and sonic meanderings.