Tim Presley’s New White Fence Single Is a Stunning, Sparse Left Turn

"I Have To Feed Larry's Hawk," premiering today on Noisey, is a chilly intro to the new White Fence record. We spoke to Tim Presley about San Francisco, harm reduction and the ambient suite that closes his new record.


You Can Finally Listen to Tame Impala's New Tracks with Theophilus London

"Whiplash" and "Only You," new collaborations between London and Tame Impala's Kevin Parker, are both EXCELLENT.


JJUUJJUU’s Noisey Mix Is a Deep Trip into Psych From Around the World

The LA band's Phil Pirrone—who also founded the heady fest Desert Daze—pulls together a set of mind-expanding music.


Take a Time Out and Listen to "Hang," Merk's Lazy New Psych-Pop Track

We're premiering the Auckland artist's blissful new introvert anthem, and its Parallel Teeth-directed video.


Frida’s New Single Is a Warm Throwback to Indie’s Golden Age

"Feel Again," the first single from the band's new EP ‘these are all the things we’ve found,’ is homespun psych-pop in the vein of early Grizzly Bear.


Desert Daze Adds Uncle Acid, Beak>, Jarvis Cocker, and More to 2018 Lineup

Check out a new slate of additions to the SoCal psych fest, going down October 12-14.


Inglewood's Inner Wave Makes Moody Psychedelia to Ease Your Broken Heart

Float through space and time in the surreal new video for "Balto" from the South LA psych outfit.


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.


His Electro Blue Voice's 'Mental Hoop' Is an Anxious Blast into the Void

We spoke to Francesco Mariani, the lead singer of one of Italy's most confounding rock acts, on the eve of their latest record.


Iggy Pop Is a Middle Finger to Mortality

That Iggy is still playing shows to rave reviews all over the world is a giant “fuck you”: to common sense, the laws of physics, and everything you were told about drugs in school.


A New Comp of 70s Underground Rock Tells Tales of Dope Fiends and Bad Trips

‘Acid Nightmares’ is a double album that documents the creeping existential dread of the 70s hard rock scene.


Trip to the West Coast with Ross Goldstein's Soft, Psychedelic "California"

The latest single from the New York State-based artist is as uncluttered and unhurried as his forthcoming LP, 'Inverted Jenny.'