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SONG OF THE DAY Chain & The Gang – Don’t Scare The Ghost Away

Educating myself in the truly riveting sounds of Ian F Svenonius, I find myself once again a few years behind with what is a very well established artist! Chicago-born and now Washington D.C-based, Ian F Svenonius has performed in various … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Echo OHs – Black Like Your Heart

Take your finger off the pulse for five minutes and what happens?…you miss the release of an album you’ve been waiting for that’s what happens!! Auckland’s 3-piece, The Echo Ohs came to my attention three years ago and since then … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Contrails – Mummy walk (Walking death)

I’m getting in the mood for Halloween already…though if the truth be known, I’d be happy with everyday being Halloween! I’ve just been out walking, the sun was going down and, considering its the middle of October, it’s been strangely … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY King Khan – It’s a Lie

King Khan and his garage-soul sound never disappoints!  If its psych-tinged rock’n’roll that you’re after, you will always find this in abundance in the kingdom of Khan! Arish Ahmad Khan, aka King Khan, has announced his debut solo album, MurderBurgers. … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Little John and The Monks-Black Winds

OK, so I’m not going to sell today’s song on its big bright happy vibe, but the moody bass, dark lyrics and downright brooding vocals gives this song an edge that I really like.  There’s no denying it though, this … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Growlers – Wandering Eyes

Judging by the comments below this video on Youtube I’m not the only one mesmerised by Brooks Nielsen and his ‘wandering eyes!’ I read a review once describing how The Growlers front “man works the stage like a hippie Dean Martin” … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Ty Segall – Big Man

Ty Segall has just released a new EP for which he will be donating all of its profits to the American Civil Liberties Union.   Fried Shallots consists of six tracks and is currently available digitally, with the physical copy releasing on August … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Growing Concern – Edge of Time

Today’s little psych-tastic song was performed by Chicago garage band, The Growing Concern and appeared on their 1969 self-title album which was released via the American record producer/label owner Bob Shad (who also produced the first album by Big Brother and … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Strange Cages – The Cracks

Brighton three-piece, Strange Cages released their 6-track EP, The Cracks yesterday and I’m here to tell you that its is well worth the wait (if, like me, you have been waiting for this).  If you haven’t experienced the psychedelic fury of the Strange … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Atlas Wynd – Eyes Fixed On The Sun

Atlas Wynd are a Brighton-based garage rock duo hailing from the North East of England.  Their explosive musical concoctions have been described as a ‘loud wall of sound,’ with artists such as Ty Segall, Funkadelic and Thee Oh Sees being … Continue reading

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