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WHILST, in other, less trippy lives, being a perfectly tessellated and readymade rhythm section for acts including Sinead O’Brien, Geowulf, Nick Waterhouse et al, bassist David Bardon and drummer Oscar Robertson have also began dreaming up a more hallucinatory life as Sunglasses for Jaws, under which disguise they’ve been quietly active on the London psych scene …

everything’s worth it is a really refreshing album from Yogev Glusman, a lesser known psych pop artist from Tel Aviv, and admittedly an ambitious one – but by now it’s clear that the divide from what is considered amateur and “professional” is completely blurred. everything’s worth it (sic) is as bit as professional as you …

ROY is how Toronto psych scenester Patrick Lefler likes to get dressed for a night on the town, all paisley finery, hookahs and a knack with a lazily excellent dream of Pepperland. He plies his excellent trade for Idée Fixe, a label which noted its first encounter with ROY’s aesthetic while ploughing through the demo …

The heat continues to rise for Glass Animals as single Heat Waves gets a dynamic rap rework from next-gen US star Iann Dior (emotions, gone girl). The original track continues to hold strong in the singles charts, still at #1 in Australia and in the Spotify Global Top 50. Spotify showed a monthly peak of …

BROTHERS and sisters: the time hath come to make a little more room in your psychedelic pop heart for a Canadian songsmith sure to seduce your Carnaby Street-lovin’ synapses; please, if you would, put your hands together for ROY. ROY is how Toronto psych scenester Patrick Lefler likes to get dressed for a night on …

AFTER rolling back into our lives and fuzzing everything up at the end of last month like a particularly psych-pop coastal fog with the deliciously eerie “Faceless Angel” and the unveiling of album the tenth, coming towards the end of April, once more, dear friends, once more, The Coral are ringmasters of the unforeseen. And …

ROLLOCKIN’ back in from their fastness on The Wirral, the inestimable The Coral, who’ve brought us so much off-kilter psych-pop joy in our lonely rooms since buccaneering into our world what? Jeez, nearly 21 years ago now – have just announced that they’re back, back, with studio album number ten, Coral Island, which will be …

THEIR self-titled debut back in 2018 was a bit of a cracker, frankly; they received the love from The Coral guitarist Paul Molloy last year, picking them when we popped round to his (figuratively speaking) and did a Soundtrack Of Our Lives, looking at the music he loves; and lo! they’re back, be glad, with …

DAVID BARDON and Oscar Robertson have been burrowing quietly into the London psych scene since 2017 as the surreally and aptly named Sunglasses For Jaws. By day, they’re a readymade rhythm section for hire, touring the world in the business of fleshing out other people’s sound, But they’re currently more psyched right now (in both …

Forged out of a need to be creative in these lockdown times, Wyndow is the new project from ex-Trambling Bells’ Lavinia Blackwall and singer-songwriter Laura J Martin. They’ve released a new singl ‘Take My Picture’, as well as revealing they are working on an album together. After meeting first at Moseley Folk Festival, the pair …