Category Archives: Psych rock

SONG OF THE DAY King Khan and The Shrines – Que Lindo Sueño

Canadian born and now Berlin-based, Arish Ahmad Khan, aka King Khan is the impressive front man of King Khan and the Shrines, also referred to as King Khan and His Sensational Shrines. His music, which blends together psychedelic soul, garage … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Janis Joplin – Summertime

When you’ve got a lot of things to do and tasks to finish on a sunny Saturday, what do you do….you spend ages listening to music of course! At least that’s what I’ve done today, that and enjoy the sun, … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY We The People – My Brother The Man

If I had a better memory, tonight’s song wouldn’t have been such a revelation and I would have pieced together the string of We The People’s songs that I already like, (You Burn Me Up And Down,  In The Past and Mirror … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Strange Cages – Leader of a Cult

When I’m yearning for something a little bit weird and really rather wonderful, I know I can turn to the crazed, gritty punk-fuelled power of the Strange Cages.  No stranger to the LP Blog, this Brighton-based trio always put a … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Quicksilver Messenger Service – Year of the Outrage

Contrary to what some of you may suspect, I don’t always have an endless supply of music to hand when it come to picking a new song each day and, because I’m often driven by the thrill of a new … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY TH da Freak – Slugs

Always keeping a close eye on what the French DIY garage-psych label, Howlin’ Banana Records are promoting or putting out, I’ve had the pleasure of discovering Slugs today!  Not the slithery, slow-moving type either I hasten to add, but the song-type, with … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Caretakers of Deception – Cuttin’ Grass

I was having a little music browse this evening when I stumbled upon this absolute gem of an album! Released earlier this month and following on from their 2007 Rockabilly compilation, producer’s/DJ’s Keb Darge & Cut Chemist have got together … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Echo Oh’s – Up The River

An email alert came through last night to tell me that psych-surf rockers, The Echo Oh’s, had released a new song and I was rather eager to give it a listen! It’s not often a band comes along where you … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Buttertones – Dak’s Back

If any day is worthy of a kick up the tush, it’s a Sunday.  I was looking for something to liven things up and suddenly remembered this song!  LA’s Buttertones really know how to rock with their fuzzed-out, garage-rock sound … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Laucan – Tectonic Plates

One of the very enchanting qualities that draws me to Laucan’s music is the ability he has to captivate with very little effort. Take today’s song for example, in all its raw and stripped-back glory, Tectonic Plates has just stopped … Continue reading

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