Category Archives: Psych punk

SONG OF THE DAY Night Beats – Messiah

The best way to get low-down grimy and scuzzy this side of midnight!!? Any side of midnight to be fair, this song is just ravishingly sexy-dark and I love it! Seattle’s purveyors of all things psychedelic create some of the … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Oh Sees – Sentient Oona

I’ve read mixed reviews about Thee Oh Sees (or now just the Oh Sees) latest record, Smote Reverser,  so when a very good friend sent me a link to the new album last night, I’ve made a point of working my … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Strange Cages – False Prophet Death Waltz

Well, if you thought the title of today’s track was a mouthful, just you wait until you press play and the madness is unleashed! Brighton three-piece, Strange Cages  once described themselves as a “garage/psych band with cruel intentions” and if you’re already familiar … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Sonics – Strychnine

Some would say that The Sonics were one of the first proper punk/garage bands to emerge out of the 60’s and that their aggressive sound, brash presence and unconventional style was both a defining and pioneering feature. Over the years … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Mystery Lights – Thick Skin

One of the highlights to last years gig diary was catching The Mystery Lights in the UK.  To make it even better,  I got to seem them in a perfectly modest-sized venue, intimate enough to get close and personal to … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Sudakistan – Whiplash

With a unique signature sound based on a blend of latino garage punk and psych rock, Sudakistan are a Swedish-South American (and now) Stockholm-based quintet. Returning with their second album later this year, Swedish Cobra (releasing on PNKSLM recordings) follows to their acclaimed … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Brave New World – The Train Kept A Rollin’

Now I’ve asked myself tonight, is a quiet Monday evening the right time or place to unleash this beast of a song…and of course, the answer is a mighty, god damn, hefty YES!! A far, far cry from the original, … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Black Lips & The Khan Family – 52 Drops

King Khan is definitely no stranger to the LP Blog and for his latest release The Khan family have got together with the Black Lips to record a 4-track EP entitled, Play Safe. In late 2017 whilst on tour The Black Lips came … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Mark Sultan – Be The Blood

Canadian-born Mark Antonio Pepe, a.k.a Mark Sultan has been creating and reinventing glorious garage-rock sounds for many years now.  Also known as BBQ, he has performed under this moniker both as a solo artist and as part of a two-man … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Plague – We Were Meant To Be

There’s a little bit of the Strangeloves, Night Time in today’s song, or maybe there’s a little of this song in the The Strangeloves Night Time (which was released one year earlier in 1965), but We Were Meant To Be is … Continue reading

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