Total psychedelic rock and roll. I dig the old sound of these songs, and yet there is an unmistakable newness to it. This is the kind of music that gets me hopping in the morning. Give it a listen, and I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
This is a present day album that can really put your parents’ old turntable to use. In an age when music is becoming increasingly electronic, the Phenomenal Handclap Band’s debut self-titled album is decidedly vinyl. This group is poppy, but with a bass-infused rhythmic vibe and a range of melodies that essentially chronicle mainstream music as a […]
Andy Shauf’s The Neon Skyline album is out January 24th. At some stage “Living Room” crept into my life and has been lying in the corner, randomly popping up on repeat. The song’s lyrics read similar to an old Lupe Fiasco song that recently reemerged in my life. I guess 2006 is old school, because the music video for […]
LA Priest’s single, “What Moves,” is a delectable, psych-pop onion with layers and layers to peel back.