Psych

Psych

Time: 
19:15
Band name: 
Telyscopes
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/events/383807965795569/
Venue name: 
Bass Mint
Band email: 
   

Psych

Time: 
19:15
Band name: 
Telyscopes
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/telyscopes/
Venue name: 
The Barbary
Band email: 
   

Micropixie’s “Como Mínimo” Video

San Francisco’s Micropixie creates spacey warm sounds with a sixties French psych pop feel. It’s a multilingual, multi-genre listening experience addressing social norms, masculinity, and gender and cultural identity. The video for “Como Mínimo” is a captivating and thought-provoking viewing experience that we recommend. Singles have been sprinkling out of upcoming album Dark Sight of the Moon and we’re bracing ourselves for the full release this week. Out the third of May. - Michelle Kicherer, Associate Editor

   

Strange Foliage "Network"

Psych Rock group Strange Foliage has released a new single called “Network”. This is the Joey Cantacessi fronted band’s first released since their 2018 debut album Settle.

Strange Foliage will be heading down to Rock Island to perform a show with In The Pines and Leather Parachute at Rozz Tox on May 4th.

   

Crumb hypnotizes with new single "Nina", debut LP out on 06.14

Brooklyn-based band Crumb’s mesmeric melodies and enthralling jazz arrangements will spread across broader than ever with the release of their debut LP Jinx on June 14th. The lead single for the LP, “Nina” contains all the haunting vocals, entrancing guitar licks, and poised beats that have made this band’s last two EPs—2016’s Crumb and 2017’s Locket—a buzz story in New York City and beyond. Lila Ramani (guitar, vocals) showcases her casual confidence in her vocal delivery, keeping pace with the instrumentation of the rest of the band, concocting an imaginative sound that find its roots in bedroom pop and psychedelia. The music video for the song stars David Patrick Kelly of the acclaimed TV show Twin Peaks and is as captivating as the song itself. Don’t believe us? See it for yourself here. - Rene Cobar