Psych-Rock

To Hell And Back

The Metal Albums That Are Going to Get Us Through 2019

A look at some of the metal world's most anticipated releases, plus killer new tunes from Jucifer, Devil Master, Mar, Sanhedrin, and more!
Kim Kelly
1.13.19
we saw this

I Got My Phone Stolen, Lost My Friends, and Still Believe in Desert Daze

In a year of reckoning, the festival reminds us that counterculture might change, but it can't be killed.
Andrea Domanick
10.20.18
Premieres

Imagine If Michael Scott Took Some Acid

Watch the premiere of JJUUJJUU's new video for "Zionic Mud," and don't miss the LA psych rockers and Desert Daze founders on tour with Primus and Lumerians this fall and winter.
Andrea Domanick
9.12.18
Premieres

Ron Gallo Returns in Garage Rock Glory with "It's All Gonna Be OK"

The Philly born, Nashville-based songwriter will release a new LP called 'Stardust Birthday Party' on October 5 via New West.
Will Schube
8.3.18
Premieres

Michael Rault Basks in Psych Rock Glory with "I'll Be There"

Listen to the first single from the Canadian's forthcoming album 'It’s A New Day Tonight,' which is out May 18 via Daptone imprint Wick Records.
Josh Terry
3.7.18
Interviews

The Black Angels Sing a Dark, Psychedelic New Death Song

We get heavy with the Austin psych rock greats about life, death, love, and their politically-charged sixth album.
Beverly Bryan
5.7.17
Interviews

Pond Don’t Really Care if You Compare Them to Tame Impala

The once-ragged Perth psych rock band are going from stoner playlists to pop sheen on their seventh album – they're over "old Pond".
Tshepo Mokoena
4.14.17
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Watch All Them Witches' Glitchy Video for "357"

The Nashville quartet is neither a country band or a gang of witches, but this video is still sweet.
Annalise Domenighini
1.5.17
Noisey 2016

2016 Was a Great Year for Rock That Made It Feel Like the 70s Again

Bands like Weyes Blood, Drugdealer, and The Lemon Twigs made albums that mined the past without pandering to nostalgia.
Cameron Cook
12.30.16
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The Killers' Mark Stoermer Drops His Second Solo LP 'Dark Arts' Right Here

With influences including Godard, Rembrandt, and Pink Floyd, Stoermer indulges with this new LP. We talk to the bassist about going back to school, wassup with The Killers, and more.
Kim Taylor Bennett
8.3.16
Interviews

The Claypool Lennon Delirium Are Tripping on Reality

We fall into a rabbit hole of conspiracy, philosophy, and the future with Sean Lennon and Primus' bass don Les Claypool.
Derek Scancarelli
6.9.16
Premieres

Say Farewell to Dumbasses with Frigs' "Ringworm"

The post-punk quartet releases their 'Slush' EP June 10, and you'd best not get in their way.
Andrea Domanick
6.2.16
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