Tag Archives: Psychedelic-punk

SONG OF THE DAY Sweaty Palms – Captain of the Rugby Team

Sweaty Palms are an energetic four-piece DIY garage-punk outfit from the Southside of Glasgow who, by their own admission, make music that is inspired by drug-fuelled anxiety. Their sound is fuelled by a desire to unleash their inner demons and, … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Mystery Lights – Traces

In just over two weeks to go The Mystery Lights will release their brand spanking new record and today the Brooklyn psych-rockers have shared another new track! With a second album that looks set to be every bit as fine … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Strange Cages – Hypothalamus Blues

Brighton three-piece, Strange Cages once described themselves as a “garage/psych band with cruel intentions” and if you’re familiar with their music I’m pretty sure you’d agree with this sentiment!  No stranger to the LP Blog, this garage-punk trio never fail to put a little shiver … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY We The People – In the Past

If you were to ask what kind of music I like the best it would be virtually impossible for me to answer as so many different genres appeal and my search for new sounds never ceases, but the psychedelic sounds … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Human Expression – Optical Sound

I’ve spent a lot of today digging out some great garage rock nuggets and out popped this little gem, I haven’t heard this track in a long time! Californian band The Human Expression formed in 1966, deciding that their band … Continue reading

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