Lucille Furs – “Another Land”

    We're off on a hallucinogenic ride through "Another Land" with Chicago psych rockers Lucille Furs. Deliciously twangy guitar chords and brisk percussion effortlessly glide alongside glistening key work reminiscent of The Doors' on "Riders On The Storm". The track's suaveness is highlighted by even-keeled vocals extolling relatable predicaments such as "you don't have … Continue reading Lucille Furs – “Another Land”

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Generational Gap – “The Plaza”

I can't get the crooning guitar melody from Generational Gap's "The Plaza" out of my head. It's suave, smooth, and it's got a touch of loving psychedelia. The track subtly evolves with elongated vocal deliveries and sultry synth use. The guitar work glides effortlessly throughout creating a tranquil atmosphere that you'll wish went on for … Continue reading Generational Gap – “The Plaza”

Syringa – “Naked”

Syringa delivers an intoxicating psych rock dose on new track "Naked". Loosely flowing guitar flourishes gently evolve alongside an ever-present, though never overwhelming rhythm section. The track's hypnotic vocal presence reminds fondly of Tame Impala's best work. I'll happily hitch a ride on this blues-infused psych express. Listen if you like: Tame Impala

Tempesst – “A Little Bit Of Trouble”

Tempesst is the creation of a blended Australian-British quartet currently grooving in London. Suave vocals flow through an intoxicating vocal melody in their newest single "A Little Bit Of Trouble," an ode to a drunken night at a local pub. The mesmerizing psychedelic folk pop atmosphere is enriched with strings and a twangingly delicious guitar. … Continue reading Tempesst – “A Little Bit Of Trouble”

Phileas Fogg – “Will Never Be Played Again.”

Phileas Fogg's, "Will Never Be Played Again." is a moody and passionate psych rock track that reminds strongly of the Arctic Monkeys' freshly evolved sound on Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino. An unsettling, yet intriguing atmosphere builds tediously, welcoming haunting vocals at the 0:55 mark. The progression gives way to a wonky psych guitar breakdown … Continue reading Phileas Fogg – “Will Never Be Played Again.”

Stello – “Even If I Don’t

Stello's sultry and creamy vocal melody glides effortlessly in an entrancing embrace on "Even If I Don't". Laid back drums give the track its easy to get lost in pacing. Just when you think you're hovering toward the end of the soundscape's eclipse a striking synth solo at 2:35 lovingly jars the track back to … Continue reading Stello – “Even If I Don’t