Psych

New Track: "Time Is Right" - Pouring Silver

The quartet of Jo Kusy (Far-Out Fangtooth, The Whips), Travis Weissman (Haunted Homes), Nina Scotto (Fake Nudes, Queen of Jeans), and Adam Herndon (A Sunny Day in Glasgow, Pet Milk)  have combined forces to form Pouring Silver. "Time Is Right" is the band's debut single. One slips into a melodic, daydreamy haze as the song gently drifts and sways. With a Jeff Ziegler-produced EP in the works, this is definitely just the beginning for this gang of Philly music scene vets. Pouring Silver is slated to perform on Thursday, August 15 at Beautiful World Syndicate, on a lineup that also includes Jack Name and Elison Jackson. (Photo by Alex Philippe Cohen)

   

Daydream Review "Looking Glass"

Psych Pop group Daydream Review released a new single called “Looking Glass” late last month. This is primarily of the project of singer, songwriter, and guitarist Elijah Montez. On this track he is joined by Eric Black (drums), and Kaitlyn Murphy (Vocals).

You can catch Daydream Review on August 1st at Elbo Room with LAIK.

   

Lunar Ticks @ Sleeping Village (7/27)

Heavy Psych Rockers Lunar Ticks are preparing for an upcoming show at Sleeping Village on July 27th. They will be sharing the stage with Railway Gamblers and Goose Corp., and are currently running a poll on Facebook where you can help curate their playlist for the event.

The band released their latest album, Unknown Gnomes/Neon Horses, nearly a year ago, but it is absolutely one to revisit.

   

Hawkeyes - 6 Piece Space Rock Band Journeys to the Horseshoe 07.20

Hawkeyes are a 6 piece instrumental space rock band. Their tunes are layered with many sonic elements. This psych rock sextet’s latest release is a split EP with The Radiation Flowers. Track 1 is Hawkeyes’ “Atom Heart Motherfuckers Never Learn” which has some atmospheric tones to it while being extremely doom metal influenced. The track will make your mind spin in a slow, droning fashion for the entire 12 minutes. Hawkeyes will be performing live at The Horseshoe Tavern on Saturday July 20th alongside Ian Blurton’s Future Now, Espanola and Head. – Kris Gies

   

CAZADOR invites listeners into its turbulent world with new single "Skeleton Crew," plays Middle East 09.07

Boston's CAZADOR is a vivid symbol of everything that has made progressive rock a nearly religious listening experience for so many: the band uses ear-piercing guitar riffs, break-neck pace changes, ambient sounds, and intense vocals to stimulate all senses, to possess souls. The band's latest single "Skeleton Crew" showcases the group's tendency to mix up its viscera-shaking breakdowns with psychedelic atmospheric stretches that are a nod to progressive rock's genesis bands like Pink Floyd and Yes. The single is part of the band's upcoming record Failure to Thrive, due out July 12th. For progressive rock and metal zealots, the single is a promise of a record that deserves praise, recognition for its commitment to the modernization of the sometimes obscure genre. We are streaming "Skeleton Crew" below in anticipation of the new album and the band's upcoming show at Middle East on September 7th. - Rene Cobar