Neo-psychedelia all the way from France? Never would have guessed but I’m actually super digging it. There’s remnants of 60′s influences all over Dead Horse One’ssound with their droned-out hazy vocals and churning electric guitars.
Heavenly choir of jet engines may only be 4 tracks long but it offers everything for fans of The Beatles/Brian Jonestown Massacre/and the like. Up for free on the group’s bandcamp, make sure you grab your copy here after you get on that preview below.
almed female vocals, Coke Weed escape the realm of today’s overly produced song. Hailing from Maine, this 5 piece takes us back to a classic era and has absolutely no qualms about it.
I love the simple guitar lines and forthright questions in their first single “Magpie,” off their upcoming release, Nice Dreams. If you can’t wait til that fine album drops then be sure to head over to their main site and grab COKE WEED VOLUME ONE. Hi-fi loving it.
It’s a creeping “tubey-riff” that breaks completely open for the chorus. I enjoy the stalking guitars, the heavy hitting percussion, and pretty much the entire energy of “Walking in the Dark.” Seattle’s Black Whales have the 60′s reverb sound with obvious influences from The Turtles, The Kinks, and Neil Young. I love the fusion of psych-rock and modern melodies.
The Black Whales are an unsigned band who have released Shangri-La Indeed last summer, the album where you can find this song.