Psychedelic space rock group from Denton, Texas active during the latter half of the 1990s.
Playing out a thick but melodic hybrid of psychedelia and space rock, the band would capture this sound on their first full-length, "Cruising the Neon Glories of the New American Night," through Aether Records in 1996. Not too long after relocating to Fort Worth, TX, Idol Records eventually put out their second album, Abandinallhope, in 1997 and the follow-up EP, Counting Breaths, two years later.
But after their third album, Dissatisfied Customers of Hallucination, in 2000, Mazinga Phaser called it a day with Dover moving on with Falcon Project. The band's "Dream of Lost Rivers" was used in David Gordon Green's 2001 film George Washington
A2 Ling Ling And Pepper
A3 Dub Sonic At The Jelly Kubota
A4 Glass Of Glycerine
B1 New Journeys To The Edge Of Form
B2 Grey Area
B3 Infinity For Now
B4 Alice Coltrane
B5 Third Arm