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Elephant Castle – “My Muse”

Firmly catching my ear in March with the very catchy track “Cool To Be Unhappy,” Elephant Castle returns with another melodic gem. “My Muse” ascends from psych-pop charm in the verses to a rousing guitar...
 
Psychedelic Rock
 

Austin Bullock – “Kings and Cattle”

Described by the artist as “a hopeful song about fighting back against forces that keep you down,” “Kings and Cattle” is the latest from Austin Bullock. Impressing earlier this year with the track “...

 
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Max Mason – “Hold On (You’re Not Insane)”

A psych-forward spectacle, “Hold On (You’re Not Insane)” is a fantastic track from Max Mason. The London-based artist unleashes a fury of consuming melodic twists and turns, touching on a myriad of aesthetic n...
 
Psychedelic Pop
 

MJR – “No Answers”

Released today, “No Answers” is an atmospheric, psychedelic success from MJR. Off the artist’s upcoming debut LP, “No Answers” escalates from hazy synths to psych-rock melodics, particularly at the...

 
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Closing Eyes – ‘Eternal Fidelity’ LP

After impressing with one of the year’s best tracks in psych-pop gem “How Do You Smile?,” Norwegian band Closing Eyes have released their second album, Eternal Fidelity. Released via Bergen-based labels Blanca...
 
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Mandrake Handshake – “Hypersonic Super-Asterid”

“Hypersonic Super-Asterid” is a newly released track from Mandrake Handshake, an Oxford-based act with a creative take on psych-rock, which they dub as “Flowerkraut.” This particular track was influenced...

 
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Ploom – “Don’t Let It Show”

“Don’t Let It Show” is an excellent track from Denver-based rockers Ploom. The band embraces eclectic structural and tempo shifts, complete with psych-rock tonal engrossment. Such is evident in the first minut...
 
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The Brush – “Squeeze & Turn”

The Brush had me smitten in February with the lovely track “Where,” reminding me strikingly of Talk Talk, one of my favorites. Los Angeles-based musician/filmmaker Aaron Alan Mitchell is back with another success, w...

 
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Premiere: Closing Eyes – “How Do You Smile?”

We’re happy to premiere “How Do You Smile?” from Closing Eyes. The track is a psych-friendly gem with a deeply grooving bass line, buzzing restrained guitars, and enjoyably dazed vocals. In the final couple mi...
 
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Red Giant Mirage – “A Brave New World”

Following up the recently enjoyable track “Killer Whale,” “A Brave New World” is another enjoyable psych-rocker from Red Giant Mirage, the project of Perth-based musician Brayden Willmott. The verses ...