Shimmering Leeds based psych-gazers 'Jellyskin' have unleashed their immense fifth track entitled 'Only Rain (Flows To Beach)' and it's accompanying video to the masses. Formed in 2016, 'Jellyskin' are made up of Will, Zia & Olly and they exploded onto the underground psych/gaze scene last year with a splattering of singles including the impressive ‘Grey Glass Hat’, the fantastic 'Milk Of Magnesia', 'She Sung Oceans' & the blistering 'Eater' which collectively brought them to the attention of the underground psych/gaze faithful. They have embarked on a mini-tour until mid-June playing: Unfest at The Forum (Tunbridge Wells), Headrow House (Leeds), Night and Day Café (Manchester), The Washington (Sheffield) and Temple of Boom (Leeds). They will also have copies of their debut EP, their first physical release at all of the aforementioned live shows. Get out and see them live if you can!
'Only Rain (Flows To Beach)' floats effortlessly on glorious waves of simmering synth coupled with tumbling tremulous guitar progressions as metronomic sequenced percussion pulses on effervescent frequencies carefully enveloping that fragile vocal track. At predesignated points along its meandering course it morphs and twists brilliantly into a noisy & turbulent psych induced behemoth before snaking back into a beautifully entrancing piece of music.
by Primal Music
Immense Leeds based trio 'Jellyskin' have channelled their inner krautrock on their latest single entitled 'Eater'. Formed in 2016, 'Jellyskin' are made up of Will, Zia & Olly and they exploded onto the underground psych/gaze scene last year with a splattering of singles including the impressive singles ‘Grey Glass Hat’ & the fantastic 'Milk Of Magnesia' which collectively brought them to the attention of the underground psych/gaze faithful. 'Jellyskin' create stunning musical soundscapes that gracefully meander through shoegaze, dream pop, psych rock and it's many sub genres.
'Eater' pulses into the ether on a swirling vortex of kraut like repetition as its metronomic percussion, driving psychedelically charged guitars, throbbing bass frequencies and resonating synth lines deftly circumnavigate that stunning trademark vocal line. This track fizzes as it tumbles through layers of sequenced electronics and hazy reverberation. Absolutely stunning and definitely their best track to date, we can't wait for what comes next!
Fantastic Leeds based experimental alt-psych collective 'Jellyskin' have unleashed their latest single entitled 'Milk Of Magnesia' and it's dark accompanying video to the masses. Formed in 2016, 'Jellyskin' are made up of Will, Zia & Olly and they spent months writing and recording before announcing themselves as a band. They exploded onto the underground psych/gaze scene back in June 2016 with the release of ‘Grey Glass Hat’ which garnered serious online attention for the band. The track has since been re-released on tape via Blak Hand Records. 'Jellyskin' create stunning musical soundscapes that gracefully meander through shoegaze, dream pop, psych rock and it's many sub genres.
'Milk Of Magnesia' is intensely addictive. It moves slow, is draped in swathes of psychedelic reverberation and is deliciously repetitious. It will have have you hooked from the off with it's burgeoning percussive pattern, layers of stunning atmospherics, swirling synth swells and luscious lead licks. It has subtle eastern esoteric vibes underscored by droning instrumentation coursing through it's inner core that envelopes those sublime duel vocalisations with visceral aplomb. 'Milk of Magnesia' is a stunning track from start to finish making 'Jellyskin' the ones to watch in 2017.
Leeds based experimental psych-gazing trio 'Jellyskin' have unleashed a stunning new single entitled 'Grey Glass Hat' and have also had it included on a fantastic little compilation release courtesy of the Manchester based independent record label 'Sea Of Skin Records'. 'Jellyskin' create stunning musical soundscapes that gracefully meander through shoegaze, dream pop and psych rock whilst taking a decadent swerve on route through space-rock and atmospheric post-rock.
'Grey Glass Hat' floats on a wave of beautiful golden frequencies as metronomic percussive patterns, soothing ethereal vocal lines and the soaring synth swells carry the listener through layer after layer of reverberating sonic joy ......
by Primal Music Blog