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Here’s a 7” of strident psych rock from Stoke five-piece Psyence, pressed onto a very cool black/white split record, presumably in honour of the titular beast. When you put the record on your player you will find a rather garish brand of psychedelia, a chunky ‘60s rock stomp with shades of Janes Addiction and Primal Scream to its crisp riffing rather than the Tame Impala-ish psyc ...

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6/10 Mike Staff review, 10 October 2013

Here’s a 7” of strident psych rock from Stoke five-piece Psyence, pressed onto a very cool black/white split record, presumably in honour of the titular beast. When you put the record on your player you will find a rather garish brand of psychedelia, a chunky ‘60s rock stomp with shades of Janes Addiction and Primal Scream to its crisp riffing rather than the Tame Impala-ish psych-pop drift I was expecting, particularly on B-side ‘I Often Ponder’. There is some BJM-esque tambourine and some nice wibbly guitar touches but the focus here is more on brazen ‘70s bombast than any sort of flowery ‘60s psych. Not really my cup of tea but it’s competent enough and did I mention the black/white split vinyl looks great?


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