2 cups Psychedelic
2 cups Progressive
1 cup Hearty 70’s Metal
3 tbsp. Jazz
3 tbsp. Funk
2 tbsp. Folk
1 tbsp. Soul
A pinch of Celtic Pepper is optional
(Measurements of each ingredient are subject to change for each batch made)
Dizzy Mystics are a band based out of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
As the recipe implies, rock music is the spoon that stirs the soup, and no genre (or spice) is out of the question.
Filling out the sonic experience is Kyle Halldorson (Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin), Alexandre Joyal (Guitar, Backing Vox), and Aaron Bacon (Bass, Backing Vox), and Robert Schau (Drums).
Since their live 2017 debut, Dizzy Mystics have released live off the floor (@ Stereobus) studio videos, 3 singles, gathered a buzz in the local scene, embarked on three Canadian tours including 3 shows at Canadian Music Week 2019, and released their debut LP “Wanderlost” on May, 3/2019.
Expect a dynamically diverse, tastefully complex, and energetic dose of adventurous hard rock with feet moving rhythmic swagger, and stargazing melodies.
“Wanderlost is a seamless and organic album which one can very well have on repeat for months and still continue to hear new things. Without a doubt, should you be into rock, alternative music, or progressive metal, Dizzy Mystics is a band to watch out for as they continue to make waves beyond Wanderlost, their near-perfect debut.” – Canadian Beats Media.
“With cuts like The Anti-Dream serving as a hip-shaking call to arms for all the alt. metal short wearers in the world sitting so perfectly alongside acoustic shred-fest Rester (Analogue Chameleon), there’s little to criticize here. Heck, that might be because we’re still wrapping our heads around what the hell is going on. A journey you won’t soon forget.” – Overdrive Magazine
“If you are a fan of adventurous, very rhythmic prog rock then you’ve come to the right place at Dizzy Mystics. I have a candidate for my year list.” – Rockportaal.nl
“This (Wanderlost) is a fantastic release. A contender for my end of year lists.” – Uber-rock.co.uk
“By the time they reached the end of their set, they were in a full assault of all our senses, and you didn’t know whether to jump or ride it out. I say let go to Hell and back!” – Blast Toronto