On March 1, 1973, English rock band Pink Floyd released their eighth studio album, The Dark Side of the Moon. Crafted during the era of progressive rock, the record’s ten songs are pieced together by immersive complexity. Alongside sound engineer Alan Parsons, the musicians dressed the album in a fashionable sound. The avant garde sonics […]
Walter’s always seems to create some of the greatest intimate shows in Houston. This night was no different. Velveteen Echo, local dream pop and indie band, kicked off the night with a lovely set. Lauren Warthen’s vocals make you want to cry, surely in a good way, while “dancing with your honey”. While most of […]
Born in Washington D.C., studied in Boston, but based in Brooklyn, Nick Hakim is a breath of fresh air in the world of soul. He popped into the music scene around 2014 with collaborations already under his belt with Casey Benjamin and Gwen Bunn, but 2014 was when he released his EPs, Where Will We Go, […]
If you’ve seen Tame Impala’s past music videos for “Cause I’m A Man” and “Let It Happen,” off his most recent album, Currents, you know how bizarrely out of this world the visuals are and how it goes oh so perfectly together with the tracks.
If you like getting lost into the world of synth-heavy, funky beats, and trippy visuals, look no further because Neon Indian is going to be one of the main headliners for Fun Fun Fun Fest.
With only a few weeks until A$AP Rocky drops his next album, At.Long.Last.A$AP, the notorious rapper decided to release a new song this past Tuesday as well as gaining help from Lil B to debut the music video for “LSD.”
On Thursday, Mac Demarco announced the release of a new Mini-LP entitled Another One to be released August 7th via Captured Tracks. Along with the announcement a short promo video shot by Mac’s girlfriend was also released, featured below. You can pre-order the new LP, which features the instrumentals of all 8 tracks, here. Mac Demarco will […]
A Place to Bury Strangers is a New York City-based noise rock band consisting of guitarist and frontman Oliver Ackermann, bassist Dion Lunadon, and drummer Robi Gonzalez. The band employs a wall-of-sound approach to their brand of atmospheric shoegaze, psychedelic, and space rock. After a performance at Webster Hall with the Brian Jonestown Massacre, the […]
The Jesus and Mary Chain began as a partnership between brothers Jim and William Reid. Inspired by Sex Pistols, The Velvet Underground, The Stooges, The Beach Boys, The Shangri-Las and Phil Spector, their first album Psychocandy combines simplistic song structures with jarring noise and feedback to create an unmistakable sound. Later albums reduced the noise and experimented […]
Decades in the 1900’s all had a theme but now we live in a decade that is bringing back trends from here and there; the recycling age. Music nowadays is very difficult to categorize into genres and even old music trends are resurfacing. Bands such as Tame Impala are bringing back and even enhancing the […]
This year’s most psychedelic music festival in Texas will feature the Flaming Lips, 13th Floor Elevators (for a reunion performance!), and over 30 additional artists. Located on rustic Carson Creek Ranch, Austin Psych Fest was established in 2008 and has hosted superior, popular artists on the music scene in years prior. Examples include the Black […]
“We just can’t stop playing the scruffy psych-rock duo’s Rolling Stones-obsessed album with the appropriately exuberant title We Are the 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace & Magic.” – Entertainment Weekly Foxygen is an indie rock band from Westlake Village. California. They formed in 2005 by band members Sam France and Jonathan Rado. Their sound is very […]
After the success of Raven in the Grave, The Raveonettes are back, celebrating the release of their record Observator with a new video. “The Enemy,” just as the rest of Observator, has the Danish duo returning to form, coating new and and enticing guitar melodies with their signature fuzzed-out sound. Citing The Doors as a primary inspiration, The Raveonettes recorded […]
https://soundcloud.com/reverberationappreciation/the-ufo-club-july Texas serves as a hub that covers a lot of music scenes and subcultures. Whether it be post-rock (EITS, This Will Destroy You), hip-hop (DJ Screw, Bun B, Pimp C, etc), or folk/americana/country (Willie Nelson, Robert Ellis, Hayes Carl, etc), Texas’ musical roots go pretty deep, but arguably not as deep as its roots […]
2012 may as well be called “The Year of the Segall,” which according to the prolific psych-garage aficionado’s calendar began in late April with Ty and White Fence’s Hair and experienced its summer solstice with Ty Segall Band’s Slaughterhouse. Ty Segall even stopped by Houston in late May and gave a legendary performance at Walter’s, and now […]