I can't get over how well The Psyatics are able to incorporate the saxophone into their psychedelic rock experience, "Psyatic Nerves." Mark B's drumming is a perfect compliment to Jack Bell's guitar. Together, they put Rob Bell in a position to succeed. They do a great job leaving room for him to weave and work toward a greater, bigger vibe than any one instrument can produce.
Next, I decided to spin the video for "Famous Monsters" and was left impressed by the video idea and execution. I would suggest anyone give it a go. I hardly doubt hearing this band in person disappoints, I'm sure their sound is right at home on a desert summer's night, with the wind in your hair, heading to or from your choice of trouble.
I finished my first impression with "Gonna Prey On It," which reintroduces the sax. Very catchy, the verse rhythm reminds me of the 60s. The track makes me think of The B52s, in all the best ways. Overall, I'm extremely excited to have found this band. The energy in The Psyatic's recordings tells me this band genuinely enjoys playing together. That kind of passion, combined with solid material gives us the recipe for religious experiences.
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