The best thing about this group is their joyful exuberance; perhaps it’s their youth, but their excitement is palpable. The show made us all thrash together and left the audience with smiles, but it might have had something to do with a full moon directly on the center stage!
Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia 2017: Day 1
Long-named “The Great Psychedelic Capital of Europe,” Liverpool has appropriately been home to the Liverpool Psychfest for six years running. We caught both days this year, and here is a recap of the first.
Buddha Trixie, a staple of the San Diego local music scene, released their debut album, Stop the Space Age, late last month. Influenced by psychedelic rock, the album goes above and beyond what’s expected of a debut. Buddha Trixie spoke to ListenSD about Stop the Space Age as well as their inspiration and aspirations.
The Frights' You Are Going To Hate This Fest at SOMA
Celebrating the release of their sophomore album, San Diego local band The Frights put on the You Are Going to Hate This Fest, named after said album. Featuring a slew of bands, both from in town and out, the fest attracted both new and old fans with the genre of music not deviating far from the classic surf punk one would expect of the town favorites.
Whether you were an out-of-place parental chaperone, confused and angsty teenager stuck with one, or just out to listen to some good tunes, Wednesday was an evening day get boogie with it at the House of Blues.
Taking a break from their tour with collaborative album partners King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, Mild High Club took on a sold out Leeds' Brudenell Social Club with their own recipe of psychedelic space sounds.
Lavender House Records Present: L.A. Witch, Death Valley Girls and Burning Palms
For those of you in North County needing a new venue to go to or a San Diegans willing to make the trip, Lavender House Records is perfect for watching up and coming artists in a house party environment. Keep checking their website for upcoming shows.
All around the world this past weekend, Burger Revolution was going strong. From South America to the US to Australia to Europe, intimate gigs lined the globe with the record label’s motto of all-out, casual fun being the theme of every single one.