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Froth - "Backwards from Usual"

On their third full length record, Los Angeles five-piece Froth shifted styles from their usual garage psych fare to gamble with a studio-centered album. The resulting… 1,144 more words

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Bee Gees 1st at its 50th

Bee Gees 1st was released fifty years ago yesterday. Contrary to its own title, it was not the Bee Gees’ first long-play or full-length release. It was titled and marketed as such to mark the then-quintet’s (the three brothers and two other unrelated musicians) first foray into the international music market, following their considerable success in the brothers’ adopted homeland Australia with a string of singles and a couple of long-plays. 795 more words


Froth / Moaning / the Orange Kyte @ the Cobalt 07/12/17

LA psych gazers Froth brought their succinct and dream-like Outside (briefly) to a spirited audience at the Cobalt, one of Vancouver’s favourite psych hang outs. 87 more words

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the Stevenson Ranch Davidians - "Right Down the Middle"

In anticipation of the upcoming Mad Trip Tour by the Mad Alchemy Liquid Light Show, A Love That’s Sound spoke with Dwayne Seagraves, mastermind of the Los Angeles based psych group… 1,761 more words

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Contemporary Danish Psychedelia

Live from Copenhagen, a brief collection of contemporary psychedelia from Denmark.

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Acid Twin . Eddisons Face Implosion . 133 more words

Alec Koone releases new Balam Acab EP, debuts new ON GOD downergaze project

Balam Acab update: he moved to Atlanta and has released more music on his Bandcamp, the best of which is the All I Beg  70 more words

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Dream Machine's questionable remarks gets them dropped from Castle Face Records

While doing promotional press for their latest record, The Illusion, Dream Machine’s husband and wife psych duo Matthew and Doris Melton, made some brow-raising comments during a chat with Still In Rock magazine.Oblivious to the interview’s controversial contents, Castle Face Records (owned in part by the Oh Sees’s John Dwyer) shared the article to their Facebook page to hype the record release, only to be met with backlash from some of the label’s supporters. 377 more words

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