Tag Archives: psychedelic rock

Ralph’s Reviews: ‘The Curse of the Scruft’ is Unleashed

After releasing their debut EP “Brain Potion” in March, Kutztown, PA’s Scruft got right back to work and their latest effort drops today. “The Curse of the Scruft” is a unique blend of punk and psychedelic rock, and is a nice follow-up to their earlier release.

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Ralph’s Reviews: Stoney Run Group – Self-titled

Stoney Run Group’s self-titled album, released in October 2017, has a definite 70s vibe with a few twists, for a sound that can be described as psychedelic indie rock. There a some hints of reggae (“All the Reasons”), jazz (“Only Waiting For You”) and blues (“Red Car”). You can hear the influence of jam bands like Little Feat, The Grateful Dead, and Phish, without the long, drawn-out 20 minute delivery of a 5-minute song which is often pretty cool live, but not necessarily ideal listening in the recorded version.

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The Quinn Spinn: Mar. 7, 2017

This week’s episode of The Quinn Spinn, sponsored by The Valley Ledger and Tuk Law Offices, is all about Super Snake! The New Jersey five-piece released their new album, “Leap of Love,” on Valentine’s Day, and they tell us some interesting and wild stories about their creative process as we preview a couple tracks.

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