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The tricky thing about this Psychedelic Porn Crumpets album, particularly when stacked up against the likes of High Visceral {Part 1}, is that it feels like it has to be constantly in motion. When you hear a song early, it’s fresh. When you hear the same concept rehashed even two songs later, it feels stale. …

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 …

THE PROLIFIC psych machines that are Psychedelic Porn Crumpets have returned with “Tally Ho”, an infectiously exuberant track with the band’s generous zeal of riffage and rhythmic pummel. “Tally Ho” orbits the realm of such Crumpets’ belters as “Gallop To Southport” and “Keen For Kick Ons?”, while also swimming in the mercurial flourishes which the …

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 …

The restlessly creative, splendiferous Aussie psych-machine that is the Psychedelic Porn Crumpets recently released new single Mr.Prism. The track’s music and lyrics have a similar fanciful, spectral vision as the PPC‘s most electrifying tracks like Keen for Kick Ons or Buzz. The track’s cover and visual effects show similarly ‘wormhole’-type artistry, yet altogether more technological …

Despite being unable to continue their normal yearly routine, the Aussie festival will be hosting a virtual version for fans and artists alike, on Monday June 1st. Previous editions of the SOTA festival have seen Aussie greats such as Karnivool, Katy Steele, The China Blue Experiment, Jebediah, and Your Girl Pho. This is part of …

Perth’s Psychedelic Porn Crumpets new album, And Now For The Whatchamacallit, puts them on a pedestal with their fellow countrymen King Gizzard and the Wizard Lizard (I figured I wouldn’t get through the review without mentioning them, so let’s get it out there early) shining a light on antipodean psych music through, as well as …