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New Video: "LUST" (Live) - Psychic Teens

Static Sessions TV is a collaborative music video project/series from professional filmmaker Nic Justice and professional audio engineer CJ Blair. They aim to “showcase the nuances of emotion, vulnerability, and approachability that only live performance can bring,” providing an outlet for musicians as well as filmmakers with various levels of experience to practice their craft while learning from others. Check out one of their videos below of Psychic Teens performing “LUST,” off the band’s latest album COME (SRA Records)!

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Psychic Teens, Heavy Medical & Pinkwash Opening for Weed at Golden Tea House July 1

Tonight, Golden Tea House offers you a chance to embrace the darkness. Kicking off an abbreviated run of dates, the trio of Psychic Teens usher in a noisy littered-filled musicality, building a creepy avalanche of anticipatory danger that makes their full-throttled instrumental approach an exhilarating horror film meets rollercoaster hybrid - a horror-coaster if you will. Heavy Medical will be joining the proceedings with their all-out sludgy, sledgehammer noise-punk, continuously smashing forward in conquest mode. The tandem of Ashley Arnwine (Bleeding Rainbow) and Joey Doubek (Hume) will also be combining forces to become Pinkwash, releasing an energetic experimental punk EP Your Cure Your Soil. Vancouver’s grunge rockers Weed close out the evening of heaviness in West Philly. Golden Tea House, (Please contact one of the acts or venue for more info.), 8pm, $5 - $7, All Ages - Michael Colavita.





Cinedelphia Fest: The Shining, Forwards and Backwards, Simultaneously Superimposed w/Psychic Teens at PhilaMOCA April 22

Tonight, Cinedelphia Festival puts a soundtrack to its experimental theater at PhilaMOCA. Inspired by the production of Brooklyn artist and film enthusiast John Fell Ryan, Cinedelphia plans to re-create his The Shining, Forwards and Backwards, Simultaneously Superimposed, a re-imagining of the classic Kubrick-Nicholson movie, based on a critical analysis of The Shining as being "a film organized with logic that flows both backwards and forwards." The evening will be scored by Philly faves, gothic post-punk trio Psychic Teens, who had also created their own instrumental soundtrack for the film Dementia, as part of last October's WKDU-curated Tuesday Tune-Out. With some of my favorite things under one roof, this event falls under the "must attend" category! PhilaMOCA, 531 N. 12th St., 8pm, $10, All Ages - Alexis V.

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Psychic Teens Bombard Boot & Saddle April 10th

Philadelphia band Psychic Teens are the kind of punk band that make stereotypical 1950’s housewives faint. Fresh off their SRA Records-produced sophomore album COME, their music is an application of the most self-aware sort of shoegazing post punk drenched in the reckless abandon of 80’s metal. Specifically, imagine Bauhaus and Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet in a blender. They’re bringing their uniquely grungy, wry, and downright insane brand of prog-punk to Boot and Saddle in what is sure to be an all-out blitzkrieg on your ability to hear the next day. They’ll be joined this Thursday by trippy, massively theatrical heavy rock band The Cassavetes and opener Sad Actor. Boot & Saddle 11131 S. Broad St., 8pm., $10, 21+ - Daniel Ludwig 





Little Big League, Literature, Psychic Teens & More at Duff Gardens Feb. 22

This evening’s stacked lineup at Golden Tea House with Little Big League, Kal Marks, Literature, and Psychic Teens has been moved to Duff Gardens. In August, Little Big League released their debut LP, These Are Good People (Tiney Engines). Their sound is a departure from most of the members’ previous endeavors; it’s a callback to 90’s guitar rock filled with angsty riffs and the haunting voice of Zauner breathing over heavy drums and ambient chords. Boston’s Kal Marks bring a heavier, burned-out rock to the stage. Powerful lyrics are twisted and spat out by lead singer Carl Shane, whose unusual voice is accented by overpowering instrumentals. Lightening up the mood will be Austin transplants, Literature. They play a jangly type of rock ‘n’ roll, burgeoning on power pop. While their songs have a lot more bounce, their lyrics occasionally juxtapose their music, mixing in heavy topics with danceable beats.  Rounding out the bill and bringing the darkness will be Psychic Teens. Playing unsettling, crashing noise over deep, goose bump-inducing vocals, the band takes goth and puts it through the post-punk grinder. The night seems like a wonderful rock ‘n’ roll potpourri. Duff Gardens, (Please contact one of the acts or venue for more info.), 7:30pm, $5 - $7, All Ages - Shaylin O’Connell
 
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