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Led down a "Broken Corridor" by Ghost Medicine

Ghost Medicine is a new band out of Atlanta, Georgia — here's a video off their debut album.

by Jon Davis, Published 2016-06-16


Filed under: Video

Related artist(s): Colin Edwin, Ghost Medicine

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Previously in Exposé...

Penny Arkade - Not the Freeze – In the last issue I covered the reissue of the two strange albums (Apache and Inca) credited to Maitreya Kali, who, it is now known, was Craig Smith, formerly of an obscure LA psych band called Penny...  (2006) » Read more

Zoot Horn Rollo - We Saw a Bozo under the Sea – As one of two guitar men behind Captain Beefheart in the Magic Band and offshoot group Mallard, Bill Harkleroad has seen many a change in his thirty-plus years. As chronicled in his book Lunar Notes...  (2003) » Read more

Mushroom - Naked, Stoned, & Stabbed – The opening cut, a gentle duo for flute and acoustic guitar, is the first signal that this might be a little different than previous Mushroom releases. In fact, what a listener will notice is that...  (2011) » Read more

Proyecto Wef - En Concierto - Creación Espontánea – Each song is named “Creación Espontánea” followed by the appropriate Roman numeral, which gives the songs a kind of implied importance. They do deserve your attention,...  (2011) » Read more

Yolk - Die Dritte, Die Vierte, Oskivinis, This Is Syd & Fuenftens – This excellent Swiss band has been kicking around since the early 90s (not to be confused with another Yolk from NYC – we reviewed one of NYC Yolk’s live shows back in issue #11) but they...  (2004) » Read more