Garage Dreams is a 13 episode Television series co-produced by Journey Media and Broken Arrow Media. The series explores the colorful mosaic of auto culture through the eyes of custom car and bike builders. Series One was filmed in Australia, New Zealand and the USA with films directed by Josh Clason, Tom Broadhurst and Cal Thorley.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Garage Dreams - Acid Dreams - Netflix
Acid Dreams is an unofficial compilation album of American acid rock, garage rock and psychedelic rock songs recorded in the 1960s. It was originally produced in 1979 by a German record shop owner, inspired by Elektra Records' Nuggets series
Garage Dreams - Critical reception - Netflix
Author and journalist Richie Unterberger noted that although many of the album's songs can be heard on other compilations, “a listen to Acid Dreams does remind veteran collectors of how unusual and exciting this stuff sounded before the style had been mined to death on other reissues, and when the few compilations available really did tend to zero in on authentically killer tracks instead of lumping a whole bunch of generic items together.” Music journalist Alan Ranta called the album “a brilliantly assembled exploration of pre-punk snarl and righteous feedback the likes of which is essential for freaking out the squares.” While Ranta criticized the album's sound quality, Ptolemaic Terrascope's Jeff Penczak said “these snarling slabs of attitude deserve to be heard in all their analog glory.”