Wheat Fields – ‘Let’s Play’

WHEAT FIELDS - 'LET'S PLAY'

Over the past twelve months Wheat Fields have transformed their dreamy pop origins into psych’ed out, stoner rock! Well, they are from the Blue Mountains after all. *grin* The trio released their latest EP ‘Saturnalia’ via Octopus Pi this month – check out the opener below! For fans of Pond, The Black Angels and Tame Impala.

 
Wheat Fields – ‘Let’s Play’

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Wheat Fields – 'Good Medicine'

Wheat Fields get all lo-fi vintage rock on ‘Good Medicine’, the Sydney-based band have released the song on a compilation album with Spoonty and Skinny Legions. Its available now as a free download via their own imprint Tangible. Eat it up!

 

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Music from Melody’s Echo Chamber, Tearjerker and more…

Tearjerker – ‘Door’

Remember Tearjerker’s top shelf record ‘Rare‘ from late last year? Well, they’re back with an EP called ‘Hiding’ featuring ‘Door’. This is a lovely tune, for fans of Dinosaur Jr, Meat Puppets and laid back fuzz fiends!

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Cloud Seeding Feat. Nadine Carina – ‘The Light’

Brooklyn-based artist Kevin Serra works his guitar magic under the moniker Cloud Seeding. For his latest single ‘The Light’, Serra teams up with vocalist Nadine Carina. The result premiered on Simon Raymonde’s radio show (Cocteau Twins), available via Bleek Records now.

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Melody’s Echo Chamber – ‘Some Time Alone, Alone’

The self-titled debut by Melody’s Echo Chamber was released state side via Fat Possum earlier this month. Europe will have their turn when Domino distributes it on November 5. The well received collection of psych’ed out pop includes the single ‘Crystallized’ and the vintage styled album cut ‘Some Time Alone, Alone’. Stream the whole record at NPR.

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Jessie Ruins – ‘Dream Analysis’

The opener ‘Dream Analysis’ from Tokyo trio Jessie Ruins‘ EP, out now via Captured Tracks. For fans of darkwave, coldwave, or lo-fi electronic tunes in general.

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Orange Blossom Flyover – ‘Near Beyond Alone’

Woozy, lo-fi rocker from Massachusetts-based artist Ryan Scally aka Orange Blossom Flyover. Grab a free download or head to Bandcamp for more.

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Wheat Fields – EP Teaser [Video]

Tripped out video from Aussie psych, meets dream pop act Wheat Fields (from their forthcoming EP ‘Begonia Walls’).

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Desert Stars – ‘Boys I Like’ [Video]

This is one of my favourite tracks of the year. Yep, I said it. Now Desert Stars have finally put out a video! The New York dream poppers have released a few tunes online but that’s it for now. More please!

Wheat Fields – 'Heaven Is A Place Where Nothing Ever Happens'

This is my first listen to Wheat Fields, a four piece psych outfit from The Blue Mountains, Sydney. ‘Heaven Is A Place Where Nothing Ever Happens‘ is a slice of wistful dream pop, perfect for Sunday listening. More than two years in the making, the release was influenced by Slowdive, LSD And The Search For God, Dead Mellotron, Jack White and The Brian Jonestown Massacre among others. Download their new three track single at Bandcamp and pay what you like – right here.

 

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