It's Psychedelic Baby Magazine

It's Psychedelic Baby is an independent, music magazine. We are covering alternative, underground, non-commercial and non-mainstream artists in variety of shapes and genres. Exclusive interviews, reviews and articles. A place where musicians can express themselves. We serve an international readership.

Frankie Teardrop Dead - “All You Need Is Love and F*cking Peace” (2018) review


Frankie Teardrop Dead - All You Need Is Love and Fucking Peace (Panther Records, 2018)

Another band in love will adopting rather silly puns for their name (cf., Dandy Warhols, Brian Jonestown Massacre, et. al.), these dreamgaze Londoners don’t actually sound like their avant garde minimalist synth forebears (for the uninitiated, they’re named after a Suicide song). They’re also more like a neighborhood collective than a band, as their ranks occasionally swell to as many as seven different members. This musical variety (congas, synth, banjo, several guitarists and a couple of percussives) helps develop their wall of shoegaze sound into an occasionally disorienting headswirling maelstrom of psychedelic sludge we love so well here at It’s Psychedelic Baby Towers!

Hasting’s Street Opera - “Summertime” premiere


Unknown until now US private pressing from 1969. Underground psychedelic electric jazzrock / improv sound with mellow folk-rock moves and homemade / basement atmosphere. 


Ross Beattie presents It’s Psychedelic Baby podcast #32 (December)


A brand new podcast hosted by Ross Beattie (The Night Tripper)


The Mystery Lights - Flowers In My Head, Demons In My Mind
Psychic Lemon - Hey Droog!
Psilocibina - LSD 
Ty Segall - St Stephen
Sonic Youth - Junkies Promise
Jad Fair - New Girl Can’t Help It
Sunday’s & Cybele - Unbalanced
Allen Ginsberg - Dope Fiend Blues
Frozen Planet 1969 - Encore: A Herbal Miracle 
Fungus Hill - My Delusion 
God’s Teeth & The Interstellar Tropics - Hot Cheese (Part2)
Space Debris - Music Is God
Da Captain Trips - Mother Earth
Current 93 - Bright Dead Star

Go!Zilla interview


Modern Jungle’s Prisoners is the Go!Zilla comeback album, released two years after their last Sinking In Your Sea album. It’s the beginning of a new sound adventure for these five Italians.

M.A.D. - “Eight Of Coins” premiere


Mario Barrios grew up in a family with a long history in music, a third generation guitarist he was never far from it. His passion continued throughout his life leading him to play in the bands Gantez and Avid Dancer who just recently toured the states with the band BORNS. 

 

Darwin’s Finches - “Yaupon Tea” premiere


With a name making reference to obscure minutia of Charles Darwin’s research regarding the adaptive evolution of birds’ beaks, one might expect a certain esoteric character to a band. And Darwin’s Finches is certainly an anomaly of its own. But that doesn’t mean that they’re not a brilliantly catchy band. In fact, Good Morning Creatures II, the trio’s third album is a tart and twangy, hook-filled 10-song batch of great rock songs that sound as if they’d evolved completely out of contact with the rest of the rock world.



Soft Sports - “Gordon” premiere


Taking inspiration from artists such as George Harrison and Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Soft Sports are the answer to your psychedelic-folk dreams. The newcomers use their Americana and soul infused rock to contort their influences into something subtly psychotropic and off-beat, reviving political-folk themes for the iPod generation.

King Buffalo - “Longing To Be The Mountain” (2018) review


King Buffalo - Longing To Be The Mountain (Stickman Records, 2018)

Rochester, NY is home to many fine bands, from many genres as well. However, none have captivated me like King Buffalo does. This bands members are able to weave lush soundscapes, soundscapes that will fill your ears with wonderment, and with tranquility.

3 Games Every Psychedelic Rocker Will Love


We love music and we love games, so it made sense to try to find some of the best games that our rocking readers would love. Here are a few of the best titles we found.

Beachglass - “Sunroom Sanctuary” (2018) review


Beachglass - “Sunroom Sanctuary” (2018)

I was deeply hoping Beachglass would release Sunroom Sanctuary before the end of the year, where instead of heading off to a show, here I sit with “Hard Heart” having just wasted my soul, while “And the Sunset” finds my feet up on the ottoman refusing to move.

The Limiñanas interview


They’ve Got Trouble In Mind – An Interview with Lionel Limiñana