On his latest solo project, the Portland pedal steel player blends New Age, psychedelia, exotica, and cosmic country while pushing the outer limits of his instrument's traditional vocabulary.
Introspective indie crooner Alejandro Juarez is back with a fresh collaboration that observes the inevitability of change.
The new collaborative project offers a disparate blend of cosmic soundscapes, western and eastern psychedelia, and computer music.
On their fourth and final album, the Santa Barbara psych outfit's mix of surf, blues and hard rock is as unpredictable as ever. They sound like they are having the time of their lives.
Tame Impala's latest ventures deeper into the world of commercialized electronica while retaining the adventurous spirit of the band's earliest recordings. It's the most impeccably produced set of Tame Impala songs to date.
On "Living in My World," the Santa Barbara multi-instrumentalist tries his hand at composing an ambitious art-rock ballad.
The latest beach rock savants to burst onto the Santa Barbara scene have arrived with their full length debut album.
"Love Is Here" packs the same energy that has fueled the band's previous output, albeit with a much more tamed demeanor.
The sophomore effort from Santa Barbara duo The Shorelines is another psych rock triumph that finds a comfortable medium between surf and space.
The duo's debut record is a journey through the sights and sounds of psychedelia.