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5. Sei Still – S/T Though their taut, driving motoric music might scream of 70’s West Germany, Sei Still are, in from Mexico City. Their machine-like sonic experimentations emerging not out acid-fuelled jam sessions in some underground communal space tucked away in this or that German city but, instead, three friends taking a random trip to desolate …

We’ve been following the progress of Italian post punk dark wave outfit Kill Your Boyfriend with interest for some while now here at Say Psych and with the release of their second album Killadelica just past, we decided it was time we caught up with them to see how their story has developed. . Thanks …

I’ve been involved in the world of psychedelia for years now, in many capacities, and certain things start to stick and draw you ever deeper; like Alice and the infamous rabbit hole. One of the things I’ve noticed and indeed gone down said hole with, is the insane quality of psychedelia emerging from Italy, in …

Back in November, Treviso duo Kill Your Boyfriend released their latest single ‘Elizabeth’ before embarking on a tour of the UK. This week sees the release of a new subversive video to the B-Side, a remix by Danny Christ, the guitarist from Preoccupations (formerly Viet Cong). The band who formed in 2011 are an artistic …

After unveiling their new song ‘Elizabeth’ last week, Kill Your Boyfriend have released a subversive official video for the track which compliments it so perfectly its hard to imagine they were never meant to be. The video, directed by Blau!, follows a woman’s gradual descent into a world of madness and hallucinations, represented by the band’s …

BSM recently covered the new single from Italians Kill Your Boyfriend. Intrigued to learn more about their industrial psychedelic sound, we recently had a chat with them.   Q – Hey guys, thank you so much for taking time out to chat with me, I know you are really busy preparing for your Eastern European …

Rating: 8/10 Kill Your Boyfriend are a duo based out of Treviso, Italy. Their dark, industrial tinged psychedelia has been attracting increasing attention and the release of their new single ‘Ulrich’ on Russian label Other Voices Records on 1st December 2017 is set to continue to draw them an ever wider audience. When asked about …