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Teeth of the Sea


With an already enviable line up announced last month, Fuzz Club today announced five new additions to the bill for the Fuzz Club Eindhoven 2019 festival. They reveal that psych-poppers Froth, feral post-punk-outfit Snapped Ankles, Athens-based garage band Acid Baby Jesus, psych-rockers and Anton Newcombe collaborators Les Big Byrd as well as the London-based, genre-bending experimentalists Teeth Of The Sea. With …

Neo-Psychedelia has become the fastest growing musical trend, and the genre that everyone who wants to be associated with. With that in mind, it’s easy to forget that it is people who make all of this possible and get the music out into the public domain in the first place. Say Psych plans to address …

Rocket Recordings are putting on a special event at The Garage, London in connection with DHP and Baba Yaga’s Hut to celebrate their 20th Anniversary. The label showcase will feature the finest on their roster, with the day split being confirmed this week. The highlights include: Friday 9th March – Josefin Ӧhm + The Liberation, …

I am the first to admit that my ‘Psych Insight’ reviews concentrate on the more fuzzy guitar end of things, but this week’s playlist is looking at music that is more electronically inspired. OK it’s not Dylan’s Judas moment or anything like that, but it is my nod to the fact that there is more to …

Following the overwhelming feedback from last year’s Psych Insight ‘Essential Psych‘ list, Adam Harmsworth of Drone Rock Records and myself have embarked on the mammoth task of getting a list together for 2015. Once again it has been hugely difficult to settle on a final 20 albums which are a reflection and representative of the amount of quality …

Here we are then, around fifteen years late, but it finally feels as if the end of the millennium has arrived. As the forces of power and terror mass within and without a great dystopian darkness seems to be falling on the land. While the mainstream media continues to spew out ephemera to keep the …

Teeth of the Sea are, for me, one of the most innovative and exciting bands around. They are band whose live performances can have me both up on my feel dancing, and can move me to tears. The band’s output is in turn dramatic and expansive, yet can also be intimate and gentle. To me …