Psychedelia

  • Ryan Hemsworth – Guilt Trips [Album Review]

    By Adam on October 25, 2013
    This past Tuesday, Ryan Hemsworth provided the world with one of the most beautifully engineered musical masterpieces of 2013. His debut album ‘Guilt Trips’ creates endless amounts of different, bittersweet emotions from the opening track Small + Lost (Feat. Sinead Harnett), to the finale Day/Night/Sleep System (Feat. Haleek Maul & Kitty). It’s the type of record you lock yourself in […]
  • Bonobo at The Commodore Ballroom [Show Preview]

    By Adam on October 17, 2013
    When a scheduled performance at The Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver B.C. sells out months in advance, you know that whoever is being featured will surely prove themselves at such a venue. This upcoming Tuesday, British musician Bonobo will return to The Commodore for the first time since his show in April of this year, where the electrifying performance blew the […]
  • Deerhunter with Marnie Stern @ Royale [Show Review]

    By Dillon Riley on October 1, 2013
    (All photos by Dylan Stein) Atlanta-based indie rock collective Deerhunter are a lot of things. As lead by frontman Bradford Cox, they’re certainly provocateurs of some of the darkest and most captivating psych-tinged music around the indie landscape. But, they’re also one of the hardest bands to interview in the world, a chore exacerbated by the very same. Known for […]
  • Meat Puppets [Interview]

    By Iain on September 26, 2013
    Forebears to the 90′s grunge and American alternative rock scene, the Meat Puppets have quietly been shaping the fate of modern rock music for decades now. This past week, we got up on our history and had the opportunity to chat with Meat Puppets guitarist Curt Kirkwood. We talked everything from playing with Nirvana, to corporate rock n’ roll, to […]
  • Crystal Stilts- Nature Noir [Album Review]

    By Dillon Riley on September 23, 2013
    New York art-pop five piece Crystal Stilts are in an interesting position. They’ve put out records on some elite indie labels, including Slumberland, Woodsit, and now Sacred Bones and have shared members with heavy hitters like Vivian Girls, Dum Dum Girls and Best Coast. Yet, they still come across like underdogs. Even when they were at the forefront of the […]