Archive for the ‘Psychedelic’ Category

  1. Willard Grant Conspiracy – Untethered
  2. Preoccupations – Pontiac 87  (Protomartyr cover)
  3. Mercury Rev – Sermon (featuring Margo Price)  (Bobbie Gentry cover)
  4. Avett Brothers – Roses And Sacrifice
  5. Girlpool – Hire
  6. FEELS – Car
  7. Willie Watson & Tim Blake Nelson – When A Cowboy Trades His Spurs For Wings
  8. D.B. Rouse – About The Bite Missing From Your Sandwich

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Introducing >>> Anemone

Posted: November 16, 2018 in Electronic, Indie, Music, Pop, Psychedelic, Rock
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Rebelling against her classical upbringing, Anemone band leader Chloe Soldevila traveled the globe, where she immersed herself into the psychedelic traditions of Southern California and the punk/new wave scene from France, to which she returned home to Montreal with a clear vision of wanting to form her own band.

The band’s debut album Beat My Distance (out in Feb) is a blast of ’60s-tinged dream pop wrapped around woozy psych via Melody’s Echo Chamber, Gwenno and Jacco Gardner.

Check out the latest track from it, She’s the One.

 

De Facto is the title of the new record from Lorelle Meets The Obsolete, it is the Mexican duo’s fifth album and was recorded at their home studio in Ensenada, Baja California.

It sits somewhere between the brave experimentation of the new Low album, Double Negative, and Tender Buttons-era Broadcast put through a psych filter. There are pure pop songs that come across like lost ’60s nuggets (Linéas En Hojas), blistering white noise jams (Unificado) and meditative incantations (La Maga) – and best of all, we have the video for the record’s ominously excellent, and disconcerting, opening track Ana below.

You can order the album here.

 

  1. Conor Oberst – No One Changes
  2. Deer Tick – White City  (Pogues cover)
  3. Deer Tick – Strange, Awful Feeling
  4. Sufjan Stevens – Lonely Man Of Winter
  5. The Good, The Bad & The Queen – Gun To The Head
  6. Drenge – Bonfire Of The City Boys
  7. Cherry Glazerr – Daddi
  8. J Mascis – Elastic Days
  9. Iceage – Balm Of Gilead
  10. Nancy – I’m Not Getting Sober, I’m Just Getting Older (Helluva Guy)
  11. Meg Baird & Mary Lattimore – Painter of Tygers
  12. Lydia Loveless – Do What You Have To Do  (Sarah McLachlan cover)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Norwich based quintet and self-styled doo-wop psych-rockers Gladboy have released their debut EP Egopushin’ via Trip-Sit Records.

There are some clear art-rock influences such as Talking Heads, early Pulp and of course, Bowie to the fore, but fans of Pavement, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, or the Fat White Family will also find much to like here. The five tracks delve into brown acid psychedelia, wobbly space-rock, Brit-pop whimsy and kosmiche Motorik rhythms to create a many layered, experimental sound that somehow retains a winning accessibility throughout.

Check out the excellent Sauer Kraut and Who Loves You, Mrs Parsons? from the EP below. Order from Bandcamp here.

 

 

Stockholm based quartet Marble Mammoth released their debut EP of fuzzed up, psych rock last year. They’re following it up with another gem of catchy, dreamlike freak rock with Matte Black Shades.

Check it out below, complete with crazy sax and some rumbling crickets!

 

  1. The Good, The Bad & The Queen – Merrie Land
  2. Protomartyr – Forbidden  (Preoccupations cover)
  3. The C.I.A. – Pleasure Seeker
  4. Deerhunter – Death In Midsummer
  5. Cass McCombs – Sleeping Volcanoes
  6. Meat Wave – That’s Alright
  7. Spielbergs – 4AM
  8. Dolly Dream – The Way To Heaven
  9. Wand – Here Come The Warm Jets  (Brian Eno cover)
  10. Pat Thomas – What Is Coming

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Start All Over Again is the debut album by Seattle’s Matt Berry under the pseudonym The Berries. It is a study of the mythology of freedom – a modern country-rock record made up of songs of love and hate, songs under the spell of Neil Young and Townes Van Zandt, and songs carved out of the disappointment of a morose Seattle winter.

We already shared Junkyard Dog earlier this month, but to celebrate the album’s official release here is the psych infused Chains Of Hate for your listening pleasure.

 

  1. The Dodos – Center Of
  2. Cass McCombs – Noise Suite For The Green Party
  3. Deer Tick – Hey! Yeah!
  4. Kurt Vile – Learning To Fly  (Tom Petty cover)
  5. The Smoking Trees – Who Is The Villain?
  6. American Pleasure Club – Oranges
  7. Magic Potion – Foamy Lace
  8. Girlpool – Lucy’s
  9. Strange Ranger – The Wires

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Yak – Bellyache
  2. Du Blonde – Buddy
  3. Speedy Ortiz – DTMFA
  4. FIDLAR – Can’t You See
  5. Tess Parks & Anton Newcombe – Life After Youth
  6. SAVAK – Nature Erased
  7. Slaves – Magnolia
  8. Cloud Nothings – So Right So Clean
  9. Wasted Cathedral – Smoked, Out Somewhere