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Austin’s Levitation Festival Is A Psychedelic Godsend

The Seminal Psych-Rock Paradise Has Returned With A Vengeance When Austin, Texas’ Levitation festival — formerly known as Austin Psych Fest — was canceled in the spring of 2016, patrons were less than thrilled, and understandably so. In a market of unified undercards acts, ripping through the seams of all that is underground, psychedelic rock is in […]

Sometime Sonny Creates Introspective Psychedelia With “Like Everybody Else”

Sometime Sonny’s latest track, “Like Everybody Else” is fuel for the introspective soul.  The on-the-rise Australian multi-instrumentalist, Sometime Sonny, who is better known at this point as Dave Campbell, is quickly tugging the heartstrings of his listeners with his raw, honest lyricism and stunning alt-rock arrangements. After releasing his debut single Wasted On Me and […]

Isador Trudges Through The Mud In Dark New Video For Falling

Do or not do. There is no “try.” There’s a vein that flows mutually between writing and creating music and writing or acting out a screenplay, where that artist has a need to access emotions and thoughts that are below the surface. It’s a difficult process and the end result shows – you barely made […]

Yeah Yeah Yeahs Share Unreleased Tunes, Announce Documentary, & “Fever To Tell” Reissue

YES, YES, YES. The Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs are reuniting this fall. This alone is incredible news. But now, the prolific indie rockers seminal debut Fever To Tell is getting an official reissue. This will feature previously unreleased demos, B-sides, and other rarities from the era. In the spirit of the release, the band’s already gone on to […]

Ty Segall’s Latest Tune Is Totally Berserk, Listen To “Alta” Now

At the end of July, the effervescent psych rocker Ty Segall surprised fans with an unannounced EP. Fried Shallots, as it was dubbed, was Segall’s sizzling output thrown in with a new batch of spices. In turn,  Fried Shallots brought forth a flavorful fruition of work. For this time, Segall’s tunes were met with more melodic and mellow […]