Much like life itself, Saroon’s two-part EP, Grounded/People Are Just Made Of Dreams, is an exercise in contrasts and…
Though tough to classify Toronto, Ontario’s quartet Feather Weight, all you need to know is that they’re awesome. And to prove this fact we’re giving away a free, high-quality MP3 download of their single “Something Else.”
Burlington-based progressive rock band, Wooly Mantis have a technically impressive and downright killer track with their new single “Cosmic Venture.”
Whether you have the time for it or not, you could learn how to study time with Cities of Mars’ latest Ripple Music release, The Horologist.
With their third EP, The Paris Tapes, set for a spring release, Toronto-based psych-tinged pop/rock duo Maybelleen are dropping a brand new single and accompanying music video… So, please meet “Emily”!
London, UK-based artist Sands continues to support his recent four-track Waves Calling EP and, today, we’re stoked to debut an alternate version of the single “Tomorrow’s Gone” (which is due out tomorrow via Spaghetti Sound).
Independent Montreal, Canada rockers Victory Chimes are all set to issue their debut full-length record, Spinning Wheel, on November 16, 2018, and today we’re debuting a full album stream!
Salt Lake City, UT’s Rob Reinfurt releases psych-pop, akin to modernized Beatles meets Radiohead, under the moniker Night Marcher. Check out our premiere of the new video “Us & Them”.
Uberphonics is southern-psychedelic jam-rock at its best, as you’ll hear on this premiere of their latest track “Everybody‘s Famous.”
Tucson, AZ dune-rockers La Cerca tease their Xemu Records release Night Bloom (July 27th) with a premiere of the video for their hazy single “I Am The Song”.
The Danforth Music Hall was host to Australian psych rock band King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard on June 12th, who brought with them ‘70s nostalgia-rich punk band Amyl & The Sniffers.
From the packed-out pub rooms to the rafters of the Koko and the Roundhouse, rumbling basslines shook the earth, and spliff-based riffs rang out loud and proud. This is Desertfest!
Guitarist Jaret Salvat-Rivera of Philadelphia, PA’s psych/stoner/surf rock band, The Bad Larrys, shared some cool deets about his Fender Jaguar and other teachable tech….