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Lucille Furs "All Flowers Before Her"

Psych-Pop Quintet Lucille Furs have released a third single, “All Flowers Before Her”, from their forthcoming LP, Another Land. The album is set to be released on March 15th via Requiem Pour Un Twister.

You can help the band celebrate the release of the album on March 15th at Virgin Hotels (203 N. Wabash Ave).

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Hot Flash Heat Wave Releases Mood Ring EP Feb 15

After the “Sky So Blue” single released last month we were excited for Hot Flash Heat Wave’s EP release on February 15th. Praise Prince above we were not disappointed. Tracks are refreshingly varied and full of life, from surfy psych rock to electro pop-rock. Songs have similar feels as Animal Collective but with a touch of Smith Westerns and an Italian pop vibe. Can you picture it? Probably not but listen and discover what we’re putting down here. An EP favorite, “Floating,” starts with a chugging guitar moving with distorted spacey vibrations that gives the same feelings as the song’s title. Hot Flash Heat Wave kicked off their tour last night at The Independent and are about to glide across the states. -Michelle Kicherer, Associate Editor





New The Savories EP Available for Streaming & Download

A casual, psych haze emits from the ventilation with the trio of tracks, found on The Savories's Singles. Turning towards a cosmic drift, one allows thoughts to wonder as the instrumentation serves as a guide. A gentle, melodic adventure develops wafting over one's eardrums, before shifting into gears at prime points. You can catch the band on this evening's billing at Century, with Bill Guy & The Essentials and Shoot the Messenger.





PREMIERE: Explore Andrew Fox's lipstick stained world on "John / Candy"

You'll find a sloppy, lipstick-stained world in the video for “John / Candy,” the newest psych-rock vamp by New York songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Andrew Fox. Born from the intention of writing a track about actor and comedian John Candy, Fox's single ended up detailing the two sides of the human condition (the facade and the impulse-ridden inner part), with Candy-inspired lurid lyrics about being a “one time call girl,” sung against acidic backdrop of garage guitars and chorus-laden vocals. The video itself - shot all around Portland, OR - showcases Andrew Fox and friends as they don makeup and wigs, hang out at the playground and eat (you guessed it) candy under the shaky lens of an iPhone 6. The whole production is rough around the edges in the best way, and promises more loose fun when Fox releases Shock By Shock on March 22nd. Until then, check out the video below. - Connor Beckett McInerney (@b_ck_tt), Photo by Tonje Thilesen

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Beef Boys - As Rowdy As Their Name Suggests, Monarch Tavern on 04.01

There’s always one rowdy Peterborough band showing up on my feed. Beef Boys are a three piece garage punk band that’ll get ya flippin’ tables by the second song. They giver at a ferocious pace and still find the time to add some surfy influences. Fire up their latest album “Melted Like A Witch” on their bandcamp page. Your next chance to see them in Toronto is April 1st at the Monarch Tavern along with Bad Sports from Texas and Toronto power pop sensations First Base. – Kris Gies

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