Welcome one and all to Captain SIB’s Psychedelic Freakout, bending the mind in our journey through the new world of psychedelic music. This weeks medication is a fine blend of tones and drones that is sure to tickle your tin-foil hat. Continue reading
Captain SIB’s Psychedelic Freakout returns this week with a healthy injection of new musical medication to wet your whistle and your tin-foil granny.
Join with us as we pay homage to some superb talents this week, including some new acts to the Freakout. Listen out for Kole Lyra, Holy Wave, The Movements and many more.
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By jings it’s that time of the year settle down with your favourite tin-foil scarf and discover some fantastic new Psychedelic music live at the amazing Glasgow Psych Fest 2014.
This event is now in it’s second year and the line-up is outstanding, not to mention it features one of our own Psychedelic bands from Chapter 53 of our popular podcast series. Full details are given below and although this is not a Captain SIB event, we would love for you to show your support and head along for a smashing night of live entertainment and tin-foil.
This festival will be held in the Afro Caribbean Center and the 13th note on Saturday 6th September, doors 6pm-2am followed by after party at DOOR 24.
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Don’t forget to keep up to date with all things Psychedelic in our amazing Captain SIB Podcasts for the world of swooshy sounds and woogly minds.
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Deep Space Supergroop have appeared on our shows a couple of times now and we felt it was indeed about time that we gave you our thoughts on their most recent releases. The band feature Tom Dufficy, James Blackburn, Joel van Gastel, and singer-songwriter Rob Crompton.
Trying to understand music nowadays is like biting into thin air and then analyzing the taste, but sometimes you do get served something to savor and I did indeed get a full flavour of quality after listening to the two latest tracks released by Sydneys’ Deep Space Supergroop.
Their newest track CAPS is the first studio single by Deep Space Supergroop recorded in Sydney and is engineered by Nick Franklin at Linear Recording. This track, as predicted, has a fantastic blend of spaciness, but it’s the element of commercial pop that excites my ears and tickles my tin-foil hat. The fuzzy guitar parts are more phasey and smooth rather than heavy and distorted and the keyboard melodies give the track some lighter patches and helps carry the smooth transitions created throughout the track. The vocals seem to glide nicely on top of the music and have touches of Californian mellowness along with some Cockney enunciation.
My Plane Went Flying is a surprising track as it sounds more Pet Sounds than Space Ritual. The basis of the song is played on a smooth organ and then there are little pieces of accompanying melodies, played both on guitar and keyboard. The vocals are very like the Wilson brothers, I’d say more Carl and Dennis than Brian but very nostalgic. Recorded at their Sydney home this is certainly a great comparison to the talents that this group hold and along with a growing following I am only hopeful that this band expand more on these variances in styles and with that they will truly define themselves with a sound that we long to hear.
Pick up their Self Titled album from Bandcamp.