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Liverpool psychedelic rockers The Vryll Society have shared their latest psych-driven single Andrei Rublev.

Inspired by scenes from Andre Tarkovsky’s 1996 arthouse classic film, the single is an emotive swirl of hip-hop drums, cosmic bass lines and hypnotic guitar solos.

Stream it here. Their debut album will be out later in the year.


Psychedelic rockers The Vryll Society have announced the release of their brand new single A Perfect Rhythm via Deltasonic Records.

With nods to the likes of Tame Impala and Beach House, as well as similarities to early influences such as The Verve and The Horrors, A Perfect Rhythm is mellower and more pastoral than we’ve previously known from the band – it is an  intriguing transition from their 2015 debut EP Pangea, a record we liked a lot.

Have a listen.



It has been a month since the last Nickel in the Jukebox, so here are another collection of ten tunes to put before our most discerning jury… you.

So give them a spin and decide, hot or not…

The Vryll Society – La Jetee  [RIYL: Space-rock, the Horrors, the Brian Jonestown Massacre ]


Reddening West – The River  [RIYL: Americana, Hiss Golden Messenger, Andrew Bird]


VHS – Art Decay  [RIYL: Post-punk, Killing Joke, Eagulls]


Etches – Love Is  [RIYL: Indie-rock, Interpol, Torches]


Esme Patterson – Feel Right  [RIYL: Indie-pop, Holly Golightly, Neko Case]


Naked Giants – Pyramids  [RIYL: Garage rock, Ty Segall, Diarrhea Planet]


Grayling – Empath  [RIYL: Singer-songwriters, Torres, Petal]


Oliver Wilde – Blit Scratch  [RIYL: Fuzzy-psych pop, Eels, Sparklehorse]


Heaven’s Jail – Heart To Love  [RIYL: Rock, Tom Petty, Bob Dylan]


Sego – Where I Belong  [RIYL: Slacker-pop, Pavement, Mac DeMarco]


Ethereal Liverpool space-rockers The Vryll Society have revealed the second track from their debut EP Pangea, ahead of the record’s official release on 26th October.

Coshh sees the band following up on the success of lead single Air (listen here), with its hazy psychedelic twist and more of their mesmerising groove-laden sound.

This is bound sure to add to the buzz already building around the band. Give it a spin.


Ease yourself towards the weekend with some spaced out grooves from Liverpool psych-rockers The Vryll Society.

The Liverpool band’s debut EP Pangea (derived from ancient Greek for whole of the earth) will be released on 26th October through Deltasonic Records and Air is the first track shared from it. It showcases their ethereal, hypnotic style and occupies territory somewhere from Neu and Air to early Stone Roses.

Bliss out here.