Yay! Another video from The Horror’s most excellent album Skying. Of course it’s a super-trippy piece of kaleidoscope business but this time all in swirling animation. And finally, The Horrors admit they are aliens. Or they are LSD. Or both.
Icelandic duo Human Woman drop a track that feels both like Brit Pop and early rave. Head-nodding material, and there’s an impressive psychedelic hula hoop routine too.
Awesome indie psychedelic funksters Unknown Mortal Orchestra just released this clip for the newest one from their self-titled debut. What the hell is in those cupcakes?
It’s probably no shocker that this trio met in high school while living in a Hare Krishna filled Florida community. It’s some pretty psychically deep stuff. Animal Collective digs it – they signed them to their Paw Tracks label for their most recent release, Shadow Temple.
Stap yourself in for a frenzied ride through Florida with area natives and psychedelic pop-rockers, The Jameses.
The guys from Maserati drop by KEXP’s studio to do amazing, psychedelic jam thing. “…the band has dragged the glory years of psychedelic arena rock kicking and screaming into the 21st Century, with the pomposity (and vocals) carefully removed” says their site.
2011’s Goodbye Bread has a lot of great tracks on it but this one is a standout. The video is all psychedelic blurs and druggy haze. The track is all Stooges-era sex and swagger. Dirty.
I never have any idea what these guys are talking about, but they have the psychedelic space jams down solid. The new single has an appropriately tweaked-out clip to go with it.
The Horrors’ newest single from this year’s amazing album Skying, it’s another psychedelic extravaganza, and one of their best videos yet.
More awesome psychedelic rock from West. Warning: it’s possible that this video could do permanent damage to your brain.