On The Beet with Biblical

Take atmospheric ebbs and flows, sprinkle in a heavy dose of distorted hard rock solos and continuous unrelenting rhythm section and you have all the ingredients for a Monsoon Season. This, being the first feature length studio album from the band Biblical, who is now on tour promoting their latest work. Their dynamic, energetic and rich sound […]

The Young to Play NYC; Win Tix

Fans of guitar-heavy psych rock should give Austin’s The Young a long, hard look. The band put out their third album, Chrome Cactus, last month over on Matador Records. It’s a darker affair than 2012’s Dub Egg, but that should only increase the allure, no? They’ll be swinging by Glasslands tomorrow as part of a national tour […]

Temples Closed Out the 2014 Series of Hudson River Rocks

British psych rockers Temples made some waves early in 2014 with the release of their debut album, Sun Structures. Though the album, which reminisces strongly of 60’s and 70’s psychedelia, was well received here, we never really had any touring around its release. This show, closing out the free concert series Hudson River Rocks, was […]

Avers Released Their Debut, Playing Shows

Avers, whom we caught opening for Cloud Control earlier this year, impressed the hell out of me. The group of five, mostly multi-instrumentalists, are representatives of the Richmond, Virginia music scene. They play a style of upbeat psych rock that lends itself well to the stage. The group independently released their debut album, entitled Empty […]

Check out Dead Meadow; Touring This Week

Long running psych wizards Dead Meadow are swinging through the northeast this week for shows all over the area. Last year’s Warble Womb, their sixth lp, marked fifteen years for the group and fits a particularly chill brand of the genre. It clocks in well over an hour, and makes for quite a smooth journey. […]

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