Our latest playlist compiles 30 ethereal cuts of essential classic and modern shoegaze. Featuring tracks from My Bloody Valentine, Ride, Slowdive, Pale Saints, Diiv, Swervedriver, Cocteau Twins and more.
Tagged as the darkest and least accessible album of Echo and The Bunnymen's catalogue, Heaven Up Here is an underrated gem of an album that has matured like a fine wine over the years. Eat your heart out Coldplay!
Our playlist celebrates modern psych rock in all its tripped out glory. Featuring 30 mind-bending tracks from Spaceman 3, Super Furry Animals, Mt. Mountain, The Black Angels, Moon Duo, TOY, Pond, Tame Impala and lots more.
Acid Rain at Badlands Bar was a 10 band beast of a live gathering that saw the likes of Mt. Mountain, Kitchen People, The Weapon Is Sound and Ryan Beno flying the flag for Perth's fantastic psych scene in mind-blowing fashion.
After 32 years, Brit indie legends The Wedding Present finally made it to Fremantle for their Western Australia live debut and duly delivered a thrilling performance to remember.
Television's 1977 debut Marquee Moon was hailed as a groundbreaking masterpiece. But for reasons unknown, the band's second album Adventure is hardly acknowledged at all. Which is strange because like its predecessor, it's also a great guitar record full of very fine songs.
New York four-piece Public Access T.V wowed The Lexington in London last Thursday with their brand of Strokes inspired indie garage rock. Guest blogger Lee Wheatley was there to catch the action.