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Holy Wave
Adult Fear

Introducing Holy Wave’s third LP, Adult Fear. Gurgling out the retro-rock psychedelic-pop befitting of a band based in sun soaked Austin Texas, their forthcoming album is released by The Reverberation Appreciation Society. The title track ‘Adult Fear’ is an otherworldly journey through sounds harking from Goat, Psychic Ills and The Kinks. 
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Various
A Tribute To Pet Sounds

Can’t go wrong with The Beach Boys’ Pet Sounds now can you? This is one of those timeless classics deep enough to withstand endless interpretations, and so the organisers of the Levitation festival have invited a star-studded, psych-streaked cast to cover the whole record. The Shivas, Cosmonauts and The UFO Club are among the many providing their own superb spin. From Reverberation Appreciation Society.
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Holy Wave
The Evil Has Landed Part II

Holy Wave are a hashed-up psych-rock gang from Austin, Texas. The Evil Has Landed Part II is a nice little bridge of a record, combining B-sides from the previous album Relax with demo versions from the forthcoming one. Pressed to clear 10” vinyl on Reverberation Appreciation Society in an edition of 1000 copies.
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Christian Bland & The Revelators / Chris Catalena & The Native Americans
Split EP

Christian Bland is a member of The Black Angels, but here he heads out with backing band The Revelators. Their woozy psych takes up one side of this Split EP, the other being taken by Chris Catalena & The Native Americans, who also washes us in the cleansing psychedelic waters. Blue vinyl 10”, on Reverberation Appreciation Society.
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Indian Jewelry
Doing Easy

Doing Easy is the eighth album by the duo of Indian Jewelry, containing more fine blasts of their trademark style: psych-rock, but informed by the aesthetics of noise. Which is to say, everything is beautifully overcranked into distortion. Edition of 1000 copies on orange vinyl, on Reverberation Appreciation Society.
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