Tags : psychedelia

Track Review: Half Smoke // Walrus

Walrus is a psychedelic band from Canada. They’ve gained a reputation for being incredibly hardworking, and recently released a new single, ‘Half Smoke’. The track itself is seeped in psychedelia, from its swirly Tame Impala-influenced guitars right down to the calming vocals. It’s a perfect song to relax to, however, the video is anything but. […]Read More

Track Review: Leave It All Behind // Carnivals

Carnivals are a psychedelic band from South East London who formed in 2015. After a few years of honing their craft, they earned their reputation from being picked up by BBC Introducing Kent and playing the Isle of Wight Festival, and creating an infectious sound which draws as much inspiration from The Doors as Arctic […]Read More

Album Review: Awaken, My Love! // Childish Gambino

Considering the travesty that 2016 has been so far, the fact that we have a new album from Donald Glover aka Childish Gambino to bring it to a close is undoubtedly a cause for celebration. After Gambino’s debut album, Camp, became a sleeper hit and garnered a cult following in 2011, high hopes were placed […]Read More

Album Review: E. A St. // Pastel Motel

There’s an enthralling sense of fearlessness brimming in Pastel Motel‘s sophomore LP, E. A St.. The followup to the alternative four-piece’s 2013 debut Subject is Subjective begins with a majestic three-part trip into pure neo-psychedelia interspersed with some starry space-pop, clocking in at nearly 17 minutes. It’s a bold opening that sees the band diving right into the intriguing experimentation that was teased on their […]Read More

EP Review: Living In Dreams // Room1Fourteen

Room1Fourteen, an alternative rock band working between England and Switzerland, released their debut EP Living In Dreams back in May this year. The EP is a journey infused with a wide range of rock genre influences. The opening and eponymous track ‘Living In Dreams’ throws us into an atmosphere of mystery, entering the melancholic and […]Read More