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Us and Them
On Shipless Ocean

On Shipless Ocean is the second record from pysch-rock band Us and Them. What makes this record even more special is that it is available on a limited pressing blue vinyl. Available only as an LP and released on Mega Dodo. Apparently, when you listen to this you feel like you're in a warm 'liquid bubble'. Interesting.Â...view item »

Green Seagull
Scarlet Fever

We were listening to this in the office yesterday (at my request I have to admit) and to be honest it was doing my head in. The band have all the right influences to ensure that it's something my ears might enjoy but the execution of it leaves something to be desired.  They are blatantly in the thrall to the whimsy of the late '60s&...view item »

Us and Them
From The Corner Of My Eye

Us and Them, over and over again. That’s where the LCD Soundsystem comparison ends, mind. The latest single from the Swedish dream-folk duo is a stately, vaguely psychedelic procession of guitars, strings, harmonies and lightly-pattering drums. 'From The Corner Of My Eye' brings to mind Gillian Wel...view item »

Alison O’Donnell
The Road We Know

Dubliner Alison O’Donnell began her career in the late sixties with folk rockers Mellow Candle. Her prolific recent years have included work with United Bible Studies, The Owl Service, The Fieldmouse Conspiracy, and even ...view item »

62 Miles From Space
Time Shifts

62 Miles From Space is a project by Neil Davidson and Roman Kutnov. The fact that they both live in Moscow doesn’t mean they ever meet up, play live, jam together or anything daft like that. This is a virtual music project with the two protagonists communicating by email and playing virtual instruments. Time Shifts is thei...view item »

Mordecai Smyth
The Mayor of Toytown is Dead

The Mayor Of Toytown Is Dead is the second album from Mordecai Smyth. On his debut album, Sticky Tape and Rust he inhabits the same world as Syd Barrett, Kevin Ayers, Vivian Stanshall and Ivor Cutler writing short, hooky retro-pop songs. Following this, Smyth wa...view item »

Green Seagull
Scarlet / They Just Don’t Know

Green Seagull (who feature members of Hidden Masters and New Electric Ride) are a band in love with the psychedelically-coloured, brightly-baroque, jangle-pop sound of the late 1960’s, and they’ve done their damnedest to channel the vibes of that music here on their debut single. The...view item »

Alison O'Donnell
Climb Sheer The Fields Of Peace

Dublin’s Alison O’Donnell has been performing with folk bands for years, from Mellow Candle when she was 15 to Unite Bible Studies and The Fieldmouse Conspiracy. Climb Sheer The Fields Of Peace is her new solo album, recorded in collaboration with Da...view item »

Richard Bone
Age of Falconry

After initially working in his own band, Bone, and new wavers Shox Lumania in the late 70s and 80s Richard Bone set up Quirkworks Laboratory Discs and went solo to experiment with ambient electronica meeting jazz and lounge. Landing somewhere between Penguin Cafe Orchestra and ...view item »

Crystal Jacqueline
Await The Queen

As one of the most successful singers on the neo-psych scene, Crystal Jacqueline is developing a stellar reputation for her immersive technique. Await The Queen couldn't showcase her talents better; it's a perfect example of the beauty made from ambitious songwriting and sensual vocals....view item »

Mark & The Clouds
Cumulus

Mark & The Clouds are a modern band who pull of a remarkably strong impersonation of a 1960’s British jangle-pop group. Cumulus is their second album of vintage sounds, on which every detail sits in just the right place. Released by Megadodo on CD and vinyl, with th...view item »

Us and Them
When I Was Walking

Having put out a lilting psychish-folkish album with Mega Dodo Records in 2015, Swedish duo Us and Them return to the label with a lilting psychish-folkish double-A. I’m going to take a punt and guess that they’ve lifted their name from the Pink Floyd song. 7”. Sleeves are hand-numbered so it&r...view item »

Icarus Peel
Forget-Me-Not Under Pussy Willow

Icarus Peel is the leader of The Honey Pots, but he has a busy little sideline in solo albums, of which Forget-Me-Not Under Pussy Willow is the fourth. It sounds as old-tyme English as the sleeve art looks, with an eccentric darkness that feels like a twingle in Peel’s eye. 180g v...view item »

The Orange Drop
Stoned In Love

As a heady, melting blend of neo-psych and garage-rock drunk on reverb, The Orange Drop transports listeners back to the summer of love in this edition. Stoned In Love, its 180 gram vinyl limited to only 250 copies worldwide, is the...view item »

The Luck of Eden Hall
The End Of The Lane

The Luck Of Eden Hall have been flying solidly below the radar of Chicago’s rock scene for two and a half decades now, delighting those in the know with the kind of warm psychedelia we hear on new single The End Of The Lane. The song was inspired by a Neil Gaiman book, and the author kindly contri...view item »

Octopus Syng
Hollow Ghost / Rochelle Salt

Syd Barrett has a lot to answer for. Actually no he doesn’t as without his whimsical meanderings we wouldn’t see records like this coming out in 2016.  It generally sounds like it was recorded in the hazy days of ’67 with substances being passed round. Everything in tie dye...there's a k...view item »

Octopus Syng
Reverberating Garden No. 7

Octopus Syng are a Scandinavian band deeply in love with all the different kinds of psychedelic music, from the heavy distorted stuff to the acid-on-a-summer-afternoon acoustic stuff. It all comes together on new single Reverberating Garden No. 7, which is as colourful and welcomingly hazy as that throwback sleeve art s...view item »

The Honey Pot
To The Edge of The World and Beyond

The Honey Pot are total 60’s lovers, their music being full of flaring psychedelic guitar riffs and the exact kind of vocals that were prominent at that time. Though they come from the West Country, they sound San Francisco through and through. To The Edge Of The World And Beyond is out on Mega Dodo....view item »

Le Super Homard
Maple Key

I wish I could just fucking escape. Away from the noise and the bricks and the concrete. I’d happily walk down a tree-lined street right now but until that can happen I’ll have to make do with the summery electronic pop of French three piece Le Super Howard. If, like me, you like to spend an afternoon ba...view item »

The Honey Pot
Inside The Whale

If you head down the A1 from Wetherby towards…oh I don’t know Lincoln or somewhere you’ll see a sign pointing to ‘Honey Pot Lane Industrial Estate’. What delightful juxtaposition of images that is. This the Honey Pot is a ’60’s style psych outfit and according to the illustration on the sleeve o...view item »

Icarus Peel vs Mordecai Smyth
Barnburner EP

A woozy sway from Icarus Peel vs Mordecai Smyth. Barnburner EP is the new 6 tracker with each artist taking 3 for themselves. Full of soaring vocals, reverby guitars, funfair organs and grooving bass lines. It's somewhere amongst Nick Cave, Bowie, ...view item »

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