Los Acidos aren’t exactly subtle about their proclivities. If their name itself doesn’t clue you in, the cover to their self-titled debut features orange sunshine and giant mushrooms. The album radiates mellow vibes and shakes out space dust. Sonically, these Argentinians are situated squarely in late ‘60s Britain, but it’s hard to imagine music this sunny coming from cloud-covered England. Their songs nod to Pink Floyd, Hawkwind, and the Stones, and in place of beaming Latin horns, they offer Nik Turner’s resin-clogged saxophone.