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Album Review: Night Beats – Who Sold My Generation

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Earlier this month Night Beats released their fifth LP, Outlaw R&B on Fuzz Club Records. In it, Danny Lee Blackwell steers the band back to its raw, acid-fried roots in a blaze of technicolour glory. It follows 2019’s Myth Of A Man LP (Heavenly Recordings) and last year’s ‘That’s All You Got’ 7” featuring Black …

The Texas-born outfit Night Beats are today sharing a new single titled ‘That’s All You Got’, a collaboration between founding member Danny Lee Blackwell and Robert Levon Been of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. With a bunch of new material in the works, ‘That’s All You Got’ is Night Beats’ first outing since they recently announced …

On the back of the release of Night Beats perform the Sonics’ ‘Boom’, their Record Store Day album that dropped digitally last week via Heavenly Recordings, the band have released a new video for ‘Let the good times roll’. Full of echo, and oozing with funk along with plenty of scratchy guitar lines, there’s enough …

Before the main event we have two supports, the first of which is solo singer/songwriter Calvin Love. The Canadian has joined The Night Beats on guitar and at the same time utilises his own talent to provide support. His imposingly tall stature dominates the stage and he woos the crowd for thirty minutes or so …

It’s an honour to have made the journey down to Bristol Psych Fest V, and with the enviable line up I’m certain many others will have followed suit. The event split across three venues; SWX, The Lanes and Rough Trade takes off at full throttle as soon as the doors open. The first band I …

This week’s Psych Insight play list is packed full of massive chunks of heaviness, with a few more chilled out moments along the way. There aren’t a lot of new releases in August so I’ve throw in a few favourites of mine too. Enjoy!   The Nightfeeders by Nudity Utterly brilliant track from a few …

Night Beats have always put out music that sounded as if it had been locked away into a time capsule back in 1969 and had been recently unearthed for all to behold. Their new album, Who Sold My Generation, doesn’t change that formula. Instead, they’ve tweaked their strange trip to include some Philly soul leanings and …