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Psych Breaking down the psych between subgenres is tricky, because since aboutpsychedelic rock has been part of the DNA of nearly everything.
Most of the bands I list in hard rock also are psych. What I have in this list is quite a mish-mash. Wand has slowed down slightly from their initial run of three albums in a year, though Cory Hanson was also busy with Meatbodies, touring with Ty Segall, and put a solo album out last year.
Why probably not as accomplished a songwriter as Segall yet, I enjoyed Plum just a bit more often than his garage psych colleagues, including Oh Sees.
Circle are just as amazing and confounding as ever, and really need to visit North America. Flying Microtonal Banana was 15th after Papernut Cambridge. I like the band a lot and am impressed by their ambition. Not only did they put out five good albums, they also toured the world. I just look forward to them just focusing on making a single kick-ass album at some point.
And what colorful personas to match the striking album art. Their latest was recorded in a log cabin, but just as well could have been on Saturn. Also from Denmark, Papir are more elusive in that they are not obviously space rock, as their sound includes some prog and even post-rock. Cardinal Fuzz has two great releases that have quickly grown on me and have creeped up my lists like mutant kudzu vines.
Zong are from Australia but take a global approach to their space madness, incorporating Eastern melodies, perhaps some ancient folk from the dank bogs, and some proto-doom.
Wordless vocalizations and gorgeous atmospheres give it a spiritual feel, but can at times turn terrifying. Just like life at the brink of death. In a saner world, these Swedes would be rocking stadiums, as this is really quite accessible, catchy rock music. Arguably the best is Sekel, which was officially released just today.
Am I a just a sucker for that hybrid, or are they simply awesome? Head on over to their Bandcamp page and judge for yourself.
On their third album, they have progressed as expected into a supernatural force, a must-hear for fans of heavy, witchy psych, and just fun rock and roll. The new album is their most prickly, dark and at times difficult work yet, but definitely worth the effort to dig into.
I realize psych noir is not widely used, since I made it up. Quintet, Caravan started to evolve from psychedelic to progressive rock, a fascinating transition that more and more bands are realizing deserves to be explored more fully. This time they present more accessible chunks of 5 to 10 minutes, a great entry point to this wonderful, eccentric band.
I can admire the technical aspects, but feel nothing. Also from Norway, Wobbler have specialized in a more symphonic style rooted in the 70s. Krokofant, yet another Norwegian band, specializes in jazz fusion. Swedish old-timers Kaipa have been around since + free ebooks online.
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