EYEBALL RELEASES NEW CREEPY PSYCHEDELIC SINGLE “CRAWLING CREATURES”

Based in North Carolina, the psychedelic band EYEBALL have recently released their brand new single ‘Crawling Creatures’.

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Kazyak Drops A Little Ear Candy With ‘Camouflage’ Ahead Of New Album ‘Odyssey’

Languidly strolling across the aural sphere, ‘Camouflage’, from Kazyak, is a psychedelically sonic adventure, and a worthy dive into the pool which is their forthcoming album, ‘Odyssey’.

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Berkeley-Based Crooked Flower Release Album ‘Into The Light’

‘Into The Light’ is the fifth album for Berkely-based group, Crooked Flower. The eight track album has a vintage 1960s vibe appropriate for a band from San Francisco.

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BUNNIES – ‘The Problem With Link Think’

BUNNIES is an experimental band from Northampton, Massachusetts, whose drummer Matthew Newman, aka Mount Emult, is a director who has made videos for Pixies, Panda Bear (of Animal Collective), Dying Fetus, Dance Gavin Dance and other adventurous pop acts. It’s no surprise therefore to find out that they’ve got a pretty robust idea as to how to represent their songs on video. For their latest single, ‘The Problem With Link Think’, BUNNIES have turned to Western Massachusetts visionaries, Opertura.

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Psychedelic Rock Band Maker Delivers Power-Packed Debut Album ‘DEA’

Excitement at the beginning, followed by a voyage of bluesy punch, with a comforting end to finish things off, Kent-based psychedelic rock band Maker…

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Desert Mountain Tribe – ‘Wide Eyes’

Indie-rock trio Desert Mountain Tribe release ‘Wide Eyes’, the debut single from their upcoming second album, ‘Om Parvat Mystery’.

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John Hickman – ‘Cascade’

Regular readers will remember we brought you the debut song from John Hickman, ‘Hello Hello’, which was accompanied by a slick video shot in and around Greenwich, London. John’s back, with his new release, ‘Cascade’, which like ‘Hello Hello’ is another piano-led soft rock track.

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Foreign Architects Deal With A ‘Poisonous Pill’ In New Single

Perth Western Australia duo, Foreign Architects, follow up their single, ‘Sometimes I Run’ with the 60s sounding track, ‘Poisonous Pill’, which is set for release on January 17, with distribution by DITTO Music Australia.

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Bad Reed “Stained Glass”

Bad Reed are back with their new song, ‘Stained Glass’, which is accompanied by a psychedelic adventure of a video.

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Overlord Are Shooting For The Stars With New Track ‘Mission To Mars’

There’s a fine tradition in pop music singing about journeys to the stars – Elton John had ‘Rocketman’, David Bowie had quite a few, including ‘Starman’ and ‘Space Oddity’, and Irish duo Jedward sang about their ‘Pop Rocket’ which was shooting straight for the stars. Now Brooklyn band Overlord join the star bound set with their song, ‘Mission To Mars’, the lead track from their new album, ‘The Well-Tempered Overlord’, which is set for release on September 9.

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Lilies On Mars Video for ‘Rachel Walks By The Sea’ Premieres on The Revue

Lilies On Mars release their new video for their single, ‘Rachel Walks By The Sea’, from the new album that is available now, ‘Ago’.

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CHAPPO – ‘Mad Magic’

‘Mad Magic’ is the latest track from the concept album, ‘Future Former Self’, by New York band, Chappo.

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Sun Machine – ‘The Loudest Of Them’

Sun Machine release their new video for their single ‘The Loudest Of Them’, featuring the indie psychedelic sound of the Brighton based four piece.

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Schonwald – ‘Lux’

The duo from Italy, Schonwald, release their single and official video for ‘Lux’, a song taken off their upcoming album ‘Between Parallel Lights’ due…

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Desert Ships – ‘Skyliner’

Desert Ships celebrate as they go on a summer tour with the release of a video for the epic track, ‘Skyliner’, available now on YouTube.

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Morgan Delt & Flamin’ Groovies – Live at The Roxy

The Roxy gave their audience a glimpse of what old school, gritty rock and roll was all about in West Hollywood, California back in the 60’s and early 70’s with two great performances by Morgan Delt and Flamin’ Groovies and then topped it all off with a psychedelic light display that many people have probably never seen anything like.

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