Sunny San Diego's Earthless are a heavy-sounding power trio specializing in seemingly endless jams of psychedelic space rock that wind up, unravel and propel sonic waves of acid-rock blasts into the cosmos. Guitar player Isaiah Mitchell used to play for Nebula, Drunk Horse and a diverse amalgam of many other West Coast bands. Bassist Mike Eginton cut his teeth with Man's Ruin recording artists Electric Nazarene, and ham-fisted drum lord Mario Rubalcaba hit skins with various bands such as the Black Heart Procession, Rocket from the Crypt, Clikatat Ikatowi and Hot Snakes (to name a few). Eginton and Rubalcaba own and operate their own record store in San Diego named Thirsty Moon, specializing in obscure and hard-to-find vinyl rooted in '60s garage rock, Krautrock, folk, prog and heavy Japanese psychedelic bands. The three musicians actually formed after bonding on Japanese hard-rock records by artists such as Flower Travelin' Band and heavy '60s and '70s rock bands such as the Groundhogs and Hawkwind. Earthless' live shows are often one long face-melting song, but they have been known to break up their set into two or sometimes three long songs.