It may appear somewhat of a broad brush statement that a psychedelic rock band is inspired by recreational drug taking but, in the case of San Francisco band The Spiral Electric, there’s nothing stereotypical about it.
Dripping in fuzzy riffs, intrigue and uber coolness, London’s psychedelic bluesy rock quartet Saint Agnes have been described as “the band Jessica Jones would form,” which says a lot. They recorded … Continue reading Introducing: Saint Agnes
We’ve got something very different for you today in the form of Folkestone psychedelic indie quintet Thrift, who offer up an intriguing atmospheric swirl of psych rockiness. Thrift first began … Continue reading Introducing: Thrift
From Paris to Los Angeles might sound like a really naff follow up to Infernal’s cult 2004 dance track, but thankfully it is in fact the intriguing musical journey followed … Continue reading Introducing: Charly&Faust
The human race has long been obsessed with the movement of the Moon, a focus more commonly referred to as the lunar effect. From beliefs regarding the Moon’s relationship with … Continue reading Introducing: The Lunar Effect
The band name may give it away, but Leeds rockers Weirds are not normal. The four-piece, who define their sound as “sludgey, amphibious rock” are a thrilling combination of big … Continue reading Introducing: Weirds launch debut album Swarmculture
Kent-based rockers Best Intentions have honed an intriguing style of experimental rock with all manner of psychedelic elements. The quartet of Jack Theedom (lead vocals, guitar, songwriter), Dave Nunn (drums and backing vocals), … Continue reading Introducing: Best Intentions
Guest blogger Rob Howlett gives us the lowdown on psychedelic rockers King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard rocking Brixton on Thursday night.