Posts Tagged ‘lo-fi psych’

March 28, 2018

We’re so in love with Oakland’s Still Woozy and his funky warbling psych funk and hazy curling bedroom electronica that we rushed out to see his opening set at Popscene late last year when he opened for Knox Fortune. We can’t help but feel incredibly proud that the intoxicating new talent hails from here in the Bay, and we’re immensely excited for his sure to be upwards trajectory in the indie scene. Still Woozy confirms the merits of our devotion with new song Lucy, which features ODIE on vocals, who’s a rising R&B soul artist himself. Lucy is like Phoenix gone slenderbodies wonky and slithery, drenched in the dreamy, jazzy funk of Tom Misch. Re-visit Still Woozy’s prior singles on Soundcloud, here.

July 21, 2017

I may be just a tad late to this treat from Toronto, but we’re not letting this infectious psych pop and indie rock gem slip by IHM. Spacey spiraling, gauzy sailing Quarters feels like Grizzly Bear gone Wildcat! Wildcat! The band behind the intoxicating single is a four piece named Lost Cousins. But I’m the one who’s “lost” here, in Quarters’ hazy crunching guitars and dreamy wafting vocals. Or maybe it’s my cousins. I don’t have cousins in the Bay. Or do I? Lost Cousins is in the midst of revealing a string of new singles. We’ll be on the look out for their next gems.