Tag: psyche-rock

Spill Gold – “Palms” (video premiere)

Spill Gold – “Palms” (video premiere)

Based in Amsterdam, Spill Gold brings a distinctly euro-phile vibe to their psyche-folk-rock sound. Embarking on an odyssey strangeness, the video expression of their track “Palms” moves from stripped-back and simple, washed-out landscape of virtual monochrome, through characters and actions that demand the viewers’ interpretation. Concluding with colour on a backdrop of coldness, this mini-film by Annelies Verhelst intrigues and […]

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L.A. Witch get wicked on their self-titled debut album (album review)

L.A. Witch get wicked on their self-titled debut album (album review)

Is it some sort of magic to conjure a brand new song out of the air? To cast a spell over an audience that keeps them mesmerized from opening chords to the final, clamouring crescendo? Despite the name, L.A. Witch claim not to partake in any sort of witchcraft, though they do admit to their Los Angeles heritage. Yet their […]

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