Recent Articles with Psychedelic
Strip Steve‘s latest video is pure psychedelic summer bliss. The trippy visuals of ‘Astral Projection’ come courtesy of Judy Landkammer from Partizan, and feature the always-wonderful sister duo Puro Instinct providing vocals. Soak your eyes and your ears in some lovely poppy disco deliciousness, and be sure to check out Strip Steve’s debut LP Micro – more
You probably wouldn´t expect King Midas Sound to profess a love for ethereal, intimate songs that hover on the thresholds of conscioussness. However the group have recently posted a blog post entitled “The magical&fragile world of Grouper” in which they praise the work of Liz Harris, better known under her nom de plume Grouper. The – more
Tribal-psychedelic sister-duo Prince Rama are one of the darlings of Brooklyn’s DIY art-music scene, and the new video for their upcoming single is a testament to that love. ‘Rest In Peace’ was shot at Market Hotel (one of our favorite NYC spaces and sadly only semi-active these days) and shows the band releasing their single….literally. – more
Snoretex is the brainchild of Sam Willis – one half of Walls and one half of cult blog Allez Allez. As Snoretex he has released just a clutch of singles but his dreamy multi-layered soundscapes are infused with atmospheres and textures that touch the cornerstones of all that is wistful with unique, timeless quality. A – more
Caribou performing ‘Sun’ in Cologne. The video was taken on November 29, 2010 – during the Electronic Beats Recommends Tour. Subscribe to our YouTube channel for more live & Slices videos!
The Lucerna Music Bar was the setting last night for another instalment of our current Electronic Beats Recommends Tour. Featuring an all star line-up of Caribou, Matt Didemus (of Junior Boys) and local favourite DJ TVYKS, expectation was running high in Prague. Right on time the venue opened and expectant music fans began to fill – more
We are rather fond of Richard Norris‘ psychedelic excursions as The Time And Space Machine at Electronic Beats. His fantastic self-titled debut marked his first major foray into solo productions after many years spent in groups such as the The Grid and Beyond the Wizard’s Sleeve alongside Erol Alkan. Now Nang Records will release a – more