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Go For Retro Eclipse EP

Go For Retro is an exciting band with raw energy which builds and releases dynamically without losing tension between instruments.  Vocals are dynamic, melodic and reverberating often building up until an aggressive energized shout. The music is rock all the way with psych effects like reverb, echo, tremolo and wha. The dual guitars take center stage with one laced in effects and the other spitting out rhythmic chords.

Acid Dad

Acid Dad 8.5 out of 10 Acid Dad's highly anticipated full-length self-titled debut from Greenway Records in October 2018. Out of Brooklyn NY with a airy blend of punk-no-wave-psychedelic music. Acid Dad album feels honest, non-pretentious and integrates a diversity of... Continue Reading →

Nest Egg – Nothingness Is Not A Curse

The songs build momentum as they progress with unpredictable section changes and innovative use of effects. The guitars go from clean and tight to broken and distorted. At times the guitar sounds like it may have been set on fire with molten distortion and feedback.

Narco States – Temples Into Tombs

Narco States Temples Into Tombs Narco States Temples Into Tombs from Pinata Records! is for hip-shakers and narcotic troublemakers. Garage rock sublime with 60’s style organs, ripping guitar lines, and a raucous frontman, Michael Meyer. The blend of punk and... Continue Reading →

Electric Moon – Stardust Ritual

"Electric Moon is real psychedelia at its finest. Their space rock reaches new heights on ‘Stardust Rituals’ taking the listener on a visionary journey."

SEAFARER (2017)

"SEAFARER is a four piece indie psych band based in Minneapolis Minnesota. On their first self-titled release they show off a sea of crystalline synths, charming melodies and daydreamy lyricism with a splash of British psychedelia."

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