Category Archives: Psyche Pop

SONG OF THE DAY Ty Segall – Girlfriend

San Francisco psych-master Ty Segall unleashed today’s song via his third album, Melted which came out back in 2010. The record has been described by Segall himself as sounding like “cherry cola, Sno-Cones and taffy” and after one listen to Girlfriend you will see why!  Sweet-sounding psych-pop … 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 Old Smile – Couldn’t Resist

New Jerseyan artist, Tom Herman, aka Old Smile, is a familiar name to the Listening Post Blog and one artist who has left his musical imprint on the LP Blog’s heart (tap Old Smile into my search bar and you … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Mango Zabba – Vagrant (The Bakery Sessions)

Last month Mango Zabba whisked me up in their cosmic clutches with the supersonic sounds of  ‘Becky’ and I’ve yet to touch back down to earth.. Hailing from the Netherlands this four piece consists of, Lars Bergman (vocals/freaky guitar), Iason Georgiou … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Old Smile – Hello Stranger

“Music about the human condition. Music about perception. The intention of the title is to evoke a sense of mind over matter. Music is meant to heal, its meant to agitate, its meant to do whatever you want it to … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Toy – Fast Silver

UK psych-rockers, TOY embarked on a new project last year called ‘Sexwitch,’ a venture born of their collaboration with Natasha Khan of Bat for Lashes and her producer Dan Carey.  This year the band are back with a new TOY … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Sugar Candy Mountain – Tired

Earlier this month Californian astro-rockers Sugar Candy Mountain released their new album titled ‘666’ and, packed with a hazy summer-of-love feel, these songs really float into the ears like a breath of fresh air. Their Bandcamp page suggests that their songs are, “Mystic Hits … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Road – She’s Not There

When I heard this song on Blues Kitchen Radio the other day the DJ’s were commenting on how much better than the original this version was, but I’d have to disagree with that statement, really really disagree;  how can this … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Parrots – No Me Gustas, Te Quiero

Today’s fantastically catchy garage-rock sound comes straight out of the mighty Parrots, a three-piece from Madrid that I featured earlier this year with their single “Let’s Do It Again” Recently signed to Heavenly , the band have released new single  ‘No Me Gustas, Te … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Turnip King – Metonymy

Coming at you from another spacey dimension is today’s great, otherworldly sounding song, ‘Metonymy.’ This track literally sounds like it was broadcast from another psychedelic planet where hazy guitars, mellow rhythms and echoing vocals all get to spend their days … Continue reading

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