psych-rock

Zappa Records Releases Frank Zappa's 'Understanding America' Via iTunes

Submitted by MSO on Tue, 10/30/2012 - 7:45 pm

The ZAPPA FAMILY TRUST is excited to announce a new 2-CD set released via iTunes and UNIVERSAL MUSIC ENTERPRISES Tuesday, October 30UNDERSTANDING AMERICA is one of only three compilation albums produced and titled by FZ himself.  (Ironically, MOTHERMANIA is another and is also on schedule for October 30.)  The project comprises by less than a quarter titles a

Royal Baths Announce East Coast Tour Dates

Submitted by Tell All Your … on Thu, 01/19/2012 - 3:46 pm

Jeremy Cox and Jigmae Baer started Royal Baths without a plan in mind but soon the foundation for their writing found inspiration from Cox’s interest in the alternate and open tunings of delta blues, their shared fascination in the African rhythm of early Chicago blues, and Baer lyrically attempting to reflect with black humor and little judgment, and the thrills and troubles they stumble through.Recording on whatever cheap four or single-track cassette recorder they could f

Sleepy Sun To Release 'Spine Hits' On April 10th | Announce US Tour

Submitted by Tell All Your … on Thu, 01/12/2012 - 4:13 pm

The band of brothers known far and wide as Sleepy Sun don’t sit still for long. Though they remain real and spiritual citizens of the Northern California hive that birthed the band in the latter half of the last decade, Sleepy Sun is a rambling band—a certifiably vagabond unit that built a reputation among American and European audiences as fine-tuned, ironclad locomotive and candy sweet heavy pop machine.

Brooklyn's backwords releases "By The Neck" on March 6

Submitted by Tijuana Gift Shop on Mon, 01/09/2012 - 12:47 pm

Brooklyn's backwords blends modern psychedelics with folk rock, 60s pop and a myriad of sonic surprises.  THE L MAGAZINE calls it, "Twangy Americana" and "70s psych rock" and THE DELI MAGAZINE concedes, “They sure are doing something nobody else we are aware of is doing in NYC right now: unpretentious, mellow psych folk that speaks to the heart.”