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Cello/Phn continues Growth with ‘The Monday Blues’

There is nothing we like more over here at Indie Band Guru than watching an artist develop over time. The music industry is a truly difficult lifestyle. As Hunter S. Thompson said “The music business is a cruel and shallow money trench, a long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free, and good men […]

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Unveiling the Mystery: Millennium Resorts “In the Key of David”

Millennium Resorts, the Austin-based musical duo, ventures into uncharted territory with their concept album, In the Key of David. This atmospheric and enigmatic collection departs from the all too typical single-driven format, instead weaving a cohesive narrative journey best experienced as a whole. A Journey Through Soundscapes On In the Key of David, Millennium Resorts […]

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’63 CIRCUS Transports Your Mind Back To A Strange Trip

Now and again you hear a piece of music and wonder “Where has this been all my life?”  That’s how I felt when listening to ‘63 CIRCUS’ self-titled EP. Inspired by The Doors, Pink Floyd, and Dave Brubeck. ’63 CIRCUS is a psychedelic collection of three songs that will transport back to the golden era […]

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Vertacyn Arc Materializer Delivers “Phlodd” To Provide A Journey Into The Mind

With the freedom created by the ever growing independent music scene the rules have disappeared. There is no longer a need to fit into the ‘box’ that the major labels and mainstream radio want you to. This freedom has created amazing pieces of music that let experimentation lead the way. Our recent example is the […]

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“White Rabbit” by Mitch and Millie

Pop musicians really don’t need a lot of frills to sound cerebral, and I like that psychedelic players Mitch & Millie are seemingly making a point of telling us that in their cover of “White Rabbit” this September. As much as I tend to loathe cover songs, especially those of tracks that are as legendary […]

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Working Memory Is Out There ‘Searching’

There will always be a unique connection between the musical family you have built up in your playing and performing career. But if your biological family is also full of musicians, that connection will stay strong even if much time has passed. A great example is one of our new favorite groups Working Memory. The […]

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Sp8ce Owl Takes Us To “Miami 1987 (Earth 246)”

We’re living in a new chapter in the history of psychedelic music, and artists like the mysterious Sp8ce Owl are making it their goal to evolve the genre as much as possible with whatever tools they’ve got at their fingertips in 2022. Hence, in the new single “Miami 1987 (Earth 246),” this producer/performer/songwriter isn’t letting […]

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“Synchronize” With Milky Chance

Psychedelic music has been making a pretty major comeback in the past few years, with its influence being found in everything from pop to rock and hip-hop, and in their new single “Synchronize,” Milky Chance is putting a clubby spin on the classic aesthetic. There’s a bit of a postmodern angle to the stylization of […]