Psych-Rock

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
8.2.18
Festivals 2018

Announcing Desert Daze 2018 with Tame Impala, Mercury Rev, Warpaint, and More

The desert psych fest is back for a seventh edition Oct. 12-14 with a new SoCal location and the first phase of this year's lineup.
Andrea Domanick
3.28.18
Premieres

Jjuujjuu's "Zionic Mud" Blows Up Everything You Think Psych Rock Sounds Like

Listen to the title track from the Desert Daze mastermind's debut album and its tandem remix from Warpaint's Jennylee.
Andrea Domanick
3.22.18
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
Premieres

Lionlimb's 'Tape Recorder' Is a Good-Ass Minimalist Album for Introspection and Shit

The six-song sophomore project from Angel Olsen collaborators Stewart Bronaugh and Joshua Jaeger is a harrowing listen. Stream it now via Bayonet Records.
Chloe Campion
2.20.18
Premieres

Psych Doom Trio Blackout Rides Again on New LP 'The Horse'

Stream the fuzzed-out, garage-rocking doom trio's new album for Riding Easy Records, out June 23.
Kelsey Zimmerman
6.19.17
Premiere

Leather Girls Get Lost In The Darkest Corners of Their Dreams In “She” Video

They also prove, yet again, that giant rabbits are fucking terrifying.
Sarah MacDonald
4.7.17
Premieres

Buddy, We Fuck with Ecstatic Vision's 'Raw Rock Fury'

Stream the psyched-out new album from Philadelphia's trippiest rock 'n' roll madmen
Kim Kelly
4.4.17
Interviews

Wayne Coyne Is Ready for the Apocalypse

The Flaming Lips frontman goes long on creativity, Donald Trump, and the band's surreal new album, 'Oczy Mlody.'
Andrea Domanick
1.25.17
thump mix

THUMP Mix: Toro Y Moi & The Mattson 2

Chaz Bundick and the West Coast jazz duo serve up 34 minutes of psych-rock, French pop, and 70s soul.
Max Mertens
1.4.17
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
Premieres

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
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