Photos: Psychic Ills at the Chapel

Psychic Ills  (photo: Ria Burman) Folkyeah presented Psychic Ills at the Chapel Tuesday night with support from LSD and the Search for God and K Skelton for some psych-rocking good music. Add to the mix, a most groovy, psychedelic backdrop from Mad Alchemy Liquid Light Show and the night was set for success.

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Review & Photos: Psychic Ills, Mike Donovan (Sic Alps), Föllakzoid, AAN @ Hemlock Tavern, 2/28/13 (Noise Pop 2013)

The Hemlock seems an unlikely venue for Noise Pop. The oversized cutesy animated Noise Pop banner looked out of place behind the tiny stage in the dingy nethers of a club that prides itself on featuring "a bleeding-edge, non-mainstream mix of local, national and international bands...subgenres, scenes and microscenes." Like putting a Hello Kitty sticker on a murky bong. That said, it seemed like any ol' night at the Hemlock -- a veritable mix of the too cool for school, too stoned for school, and TL party party people (some of which I wager to guess have never stepped foot [...]

Sacred Bones Records hosting fifth anniversary party in Pioneertown on 12/21/12

Brooklyn label Sacred Bones Records is fêting its fifth anniversary with a December 21st gig on the edge of the Mojave Desert. Yes, the label "driven by pure originality and style" is retreating to Pioneertown, just down the road from Joshua Tree National Park, to host its celebration at Pappy & Harriet's Pioneertown Palace with an all-star lineup featuring Zola Jesus, Wymond Miles (of The Fresh & Onlys), Psychic Ills, Cult of Youth, Pop. 1280, Lust for Youth, and "several" mystery special guests. Why the desert, you ask? "We wanted to do something really special like a destination event for [...]

Psychic Ills and Moon Duo release split 7" on Sacred Bones Records

Psychic Ills and Moon Duo have teamed up to release a 7-inch split of psych rock awesomeness. The split 7-inch is out now on Sacred Bones Records, with a Limited Edition pressing still available for die hard fans and collectors, and it features two excellent tracks, Moon Duo's "Zoned" and Psychic Ills' "Take Me With You". "Take Me With You" finds New York's Psychic Ills chugging away at a murky, relatively straight-forward road anthem. More abstract sludge pop musings can be found on the band's recent Hazed Dream LP. Take a listen below, courtesy of Sacred Bones (via SoundCloud): Psychic [...]

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