Medejin delivers hypnotic dream pop that dazzles the senses. We ask Jenn Taranto about the inspiration behind the band’s latest project Eleni, and discover what to expect from the band at Look Up Fest: Mars.
Baja boy combines groovy guitar soundscapes with relatable lyricism to create a euphoric sound escape. Christian Taylor writes, performs, produces and records as Baja Boy. We see what they have planned for Mars.
Their psychedelic infused guitar riffs are addictive to listen to. We had the pleasure of interviewing them about their inspiration and what they have in store for Mars.
We interview the headlining white-clad glam crooner Scott Yoder to learn about their sound and what he has in store for Mars Look Up Festival.
We interview glistening indie poppers Sea Salt about their upcoming LP release, and what to expect when they play Mars.
Love, loss, longing, rich vocals and surf-pop guitars. We check in with La Fonda before they arrive at Mars!
We ask Graduation about their songwriting process, fav songs, and what to expect on the dusty planet:
We ask Darksoft about latest releases, upcoming music video, and what to expect on Mars.
Sealife talks about their latest releases, upcoming projects, and what to expect from them at Look Up Fest: Mars.
Prior to Mars, we take a space walk with SWYM to learn about their sonic journey and mystical visions.
This single blends psychedelic atmosphere with lyrical pop melodies leaving an ear worm with you the rest of the day, and a sweet summer groove in your chest.
This summer solstice BANADU blesses us with a new single, Good Time. A wonderful way to celebrate and kick off the summer, Good Time tosses around catchy funk bass, smooth guitar licks, and a driving beat…
Adeptly named “Trouble”, Perfect Families’s latest single brings some high energy into the world of hazy, aquatic dream pop.
HOTELS describes themselves as a dark pop noir collective. Their use of multiple instruments on their latest release, Night Showers, fills the songs with frenzied surf pop vibes and fantastical sounds from another world.
Moon Darling’s strength lies in how the band manages to modernize the genre without losing sight of psych rock’s origins.
Perfect music to daydream to, Jupiter Sprites deliver whimsically melodic tunes with a smooth groovy rhythm. Bright washes of guitar create a perfect soundscape for their haunting and memorable vocals.
The aqueous sounds of SHT GHST are not only music but a haunting. SHT GHST takes the questions and introspection of life and translates it into sound. This beautifully laborious endeavor gives the audience illusions of water and wonderfully cascading melodies.
Like any classic dreamy pop-ballad, the low, lilting tones and airy snyth in “Anenome” make you want to put on a gauzy dress and dance around in the moonlight.
Psychedelic rock trio, Peyote Ugly, have delivered stunning blends of psychedelic rock to lull the listener into dream worlds. Catch them playing at LUFU on March 9th!
Dreamy and lush atmospheric harmonies and soundscapes get swallowed up in swirling delays. This creates a psychedelic landscape that is easily visual in the mind.
With a psychedelic feel, compressed drums, rhythmic 80s style bass, and warm analog synths, You Will Fill My Head will make you head bob with the depressed and obsessed.
Sleeper Strip is the new 3-song EP from Stray Fossa, a 3-piece project out of Charlottesville, VA. Their EP features impressive songwriting techniques filtered through shimmery textures. The end result is a heart-rending blend of garage rock and dream pop.
This is our second coverage of Robb Westlund, an emerging artist from San Francisco. In the same universe of his previous Empaths Anonymous comes LandCaster, a synth pop number with psychedelic tendencies.
Frolic through the gardens of love with this romantic single by The Silent Home. Their single "Lovers in a Garden" is a garagey shanty with jangley guitars, a New Order style beat, and a catchy chorus you’ll put on repeat.
Joe McKee’s “I’ll Be Your Host” is an electro magnetic field that beckons the paranormal to glide under the skin. Float with this disembodied voice into a mystic soundscape of cascading melodies over a saturated acoustic folk delivery.
Dive into a slow motion fall with “Soon Enough,” the picture perfect soundtrack to draining the color out of time. With well-produced luscious sounds, filter sweeps, and tape effects, the style is a simple yet psychedelic groove right out of the moment.
Take a sip of Nikki Moss’ sonic H20 and it’ll take you places.
Mydoom is a first look at Darksoft’s disillusionment with the vast and dark-world of screens, a theme carried throughout the upcoming full-length, Brain.
Drift, the latest single by Lupa J, is an artful, progressive, and confident electronic style. With beautiful vocals over a driving house pulsation, you’ll drift through 4 minutes of this daring track and want more.
“Hot Stuff” feels like I’m lying on my bed alone at night, staring up and zoning out at a single spot, letting the light around it fade into a warm comforting darkness.