Tags : Psych Rock

Album Review: Bent Arcana (Self-Titled)

John Dwyer proves once again that his hands never leave the fretboard. The Osees frontman has taken time out of his busy schedule of leading multiple bands to bring us an album of instrumental acid rock with his newest project. While Dwyer’s other groups have explored every style of loud rock you can imagine, from […]Read More

Interview: Pleasure House

Pleasure House hail from Birmingham, and specialise in creating a catchy style of indie pop with addictive, memorable hooks. Last week, they headlined The Good Ship in Camden for the launch of their new single ‘Like a Drug’. It captures the essence of Pleasure House’s live shows and showcases the type of melodies that suck […]Read More

Single Review: I Feel Love (Every Million Miles) // The

Everyone’s favourite supergroup is back. No, not The Last Shadow Puppets *fangirls sit down in disappointment*. I’m of course talking about Alison Mosshart fronted giant, The Dead Weather. They’re back with new single ‘I Feel Love (Every Millon Miles)’, which comes with a stormy music video featuring Alison battling the elements like only she can. […]Read More

EP Review: Indigo Moon // Indigo Moon

Liverpool-based psychadelic-rock band, Indigo Moon, recently released their self-titled debut EP. Their genre being self described as “Mersey psych rock with hair on its chest and a cherry on top”, Indigo Moon are passionately diverse, combining countless eclectic musical elements and rolling them into one. The 3-track project is dominated by funky baselines, jangling guitar work […]Read More

Album Review: Currents // Tame Impala

Tame Impala – fronted by multi-instrumentalist powerhouse Kevin Parker, a modern psych-rock prophet who, rather astoundingly, writes and records the vast majority of Tame Impala’s music himself – return with their third long player Currents. The record is a heady yet sincere brew of cosmic synths (an Impala staple, now more pronounced than ever before), robust beats, thick basslines and crunching, psychical guitars that […]Read More

Track Review: In The Summertime // Mike Coykendall

Though ostensibly about an unreciprocated summer love – all heady, hot-tempered, and lost in a haze – Mike Coykendall‘s ‘In The Summertime’ makes sure that, even whilst lamenting at a distance, you’re having wicked fun doing it. Clocking in at only one minute fifty-three seconds, the track evokes the whirlwind nature of a carefree summer, all scuzzy, […]Read More