7 Trippy Music Videos featuring Calling Blue Jay, Ben Anderson, The Psychedelephants, Royal Teeth, NASTY MAGIC, + Krista Papista | YabYum Music + Arts | your PHX guide to music everywhere. Read More →

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The Psychedelephants joined us in the Radio Phoenix studios to talk shop on their new album, Amalgamation, plus play a bunch of songs that help define the influence on the band. Check out the complete playlist below. Playlist The Psychedelephants “Bark and Bite” Mother Mother “Wrecking ball” MGMT “The Handshake”Read More →

by Carly Schorman – The Psychedelephants “Photosynthetic” There are hills and valleys on “Photosynthetic” but fans of The Psychedelephants should expect nothing else from one of the band’s musical experiences. They are dynamic; expansive. And that’s just two ways to describe the band’s latest album: Amalgamation. Each track is its own journeyRead More →

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The Blurst “Dogdog” The Blurst is the undertaking of Sydney-based multi-instrumentalist Liam O’Shea. His latest single, “Dogdog”, comes to us from The Blurst’s November, 3-track release of the same title. O’Shea fuses lithesome vocals reminiscent of Elliott Smith with a gritty, back alley, noise pop. Check out “Dogdog” by TheRead More →

3 Stellar 3-Song Releases

by Lenore LaNova Senior Editor Sonoran Chorus Laird Sonoran Chorus might have only popped on the local scene less than a year ago, but they’ve already released a two-track single and a six-track EP. Now, they have the three-track Laird to add to their ever expanding discography. We were first introducedRead More →

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This past year was a big one for the resurrgence of psychedelia right here in the Valley. Several bands have taken to the meandering path of progressive rock and created mind-altering soundscapes that entrance their listeners. We wanted to take a moment to acknowledge some of psychedelic rock albums thatRead More →

The Psychedelephants Asymmetrical Geometry The much anticipated release of Asymmetrical Geometry from The Psychedelephants came after a year long hiatus from the band. And I, for one, could not wait to get my hands on a copy. I’d remembered catching the band live (probably at the Rogue) before they took their breakRead More →

The Psychedelephants “The Facade” If the first single from Asymmetrical Geometry is any indication of what’s to come, I think The Psychedelephants might be one of my new favorite bands. “The Facade” is a little bit trippy, a little bit grungy, and all fun. The band has been around since 2012,Read More →