Every blue moon or wild hare, we give you a new single you simply have to hear. You listen. You decide. If you like, you can download after donating any amount commensurate with how much you loved it. No amount is too high. Feel free to donate thousands if you really believe this is the song of the century.  If you think this month's song should be buried under soft peat for three months like Vogon paperwork and recycled as firelighters, then just keep it to yourself. Our taste is impeccable. Or you can leave a comment on the blog below and try to explain your rationale.

Delve deep into what surely is one of the most instantaneous of heavy psych soon-to-be-classic tracks, "Foundation's Edge" from Plastic Overlords off the recently released masterpiece, Surrender, Capricorn!

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Tell us what you think of this hot slice of psych - a hit or a miss?

This month's slice of virtual hot wax is "Try a Little Love on You" - a clear homage to 70s soft rock by the appropriately named "Soft Focus." Soft Focus was a short-lived group composed of Plastic Overlords' front man David Noel and Eric Hand, the Overlords' original guitarist. Noel and Hand are known for their rocky relationship over the years, but their chemistry is undeniable. One of the world's truly great guitarists, Hand delivers a beautifully tasteful guitar on this Noel-penned love song. More than a little derivative of Fleetwood Mac, yet we felt it somehow works on its own. What do you think?