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Though Philadelphia’s Empath have been championed in The Guardian for the wantonly freewheeling verve of their gigs, and celebrated across numerous other publications, it remains that the part-psych, part-punk quartet have nowhere near the level of praise they deserve. ‘Born 100 Times’ – produced by Jake Portrait of Unknown Mortal Orchestra – is the band’s …

The latest offering from their upcoming fourth album, the Porn Crumpets’ concoct a barnstorming, guitar-heavy implosion with new single Pukebox. At just over 3 minutes, Pukebox has a similarly relentless momentum to their recent single Tally Ho, though featuring an altogether more off-kilter, affecting fret wizardry. The track’s succinct but elevated Porn Crumpets’ psych-serenade marks …

Following on from the much lauded ‘Change’ that came out in October, Magon has released a new single out – Aerodynamic, ahead of the the Paris based Israeli singer-songwriters forthcoming ‘Hour after Hour’ album, due out on January 29th, 2021. Mixing up psychedelia and garage, Magon floats through styles and time signatures, these deliciously gluey …

THE AUSSIE psych machine that is the Psychedelic Porn Crumpets released their first single of 2020 earlier this month, “Mr. Prism”. It’s a familiar but refreshing mixture of the Porn Crumpet’s uproarious, fuzzy-guitar heavy choruses and ethereal lyricism, with added bouts of electronic reverie. The video for the track also arrived recently, created by frequent …

Tau & the Drones of Praise have delivered a hypnotic psych montage of beauty with the video for their new single ‘Seanóirí Naofa’ which was released last month. A collage weaved together of past present and future shot in various locations and sacred sites throughout Ireland with recent tour footage in France too. “This work is a celebration of all …

Newcastle alt-rock/psych band have been making waves since their formation in 2015, and they have released a new single ‘Watchers’, recorded in Garage Studios in South Shields. Concernied with manipulation and corruption of the soul, Watchers is this bustling, anthemic slice of indie rock, with winding psychedelic guitar riffs, while the spoken/quasi-rapped vocal line in …

Taken from his forthcoming album ‘Nothing Good is Normal’, out on June 19th Blurring the lines is the first single in seven years from Permanent Collection, aka Oakland, California songwriter Jason Hendardy. The track is gritty, scuzzy and totally awesome, a mix of psych rock and MBV like, wall of noise shoegaze. It’s blasts out …

From the ashes of three London psych-rock bands rose Japanese Television; Al Brown, Alex Lawton, Ian Thorn and Tim David Jones – who formed with a shared vision of creating a modern psychedelic space-surf-soundscape.   The band went into the studio with Kristian Bell (The Wytches) who artfully captured the raw spirit of their live …

Northern Californian garage rockers Oh Sees have unveiled two songs from their new double LP, ‘Face Stabber’, which is due out August 16th on Castle Face Records. ‘Poisoned Stones’ is accompanied by an interesting video that was seemingly inspired by late 80s/early 90s arcade games. Check it out here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=el4VQS7Kw88 ‘Henchlock’, meanwhile, is 21 minutes …

Stockholm alt-rockers have released a new video for their track ‘I came here to eat’, which is out now via Sweet Cream Records. Taking something from the likes of Sonic Youth and Thee Oh Sees, Birthday Girl manage to drop some heavy psych in I came here to eat. Smothered in echo and reverb, the …