It’s Psychedelic Baby, Issue No. 2 (December 2015): Magazines

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Published and edited by Klemen Breznikar, It’s Psychedelic Baby is not only a heavily visited internet periodical for all things psychedelic and beyond, but is also available in paper form. The latest edition of the righteous read, Issue No. 2, pays tribute to psychedelic folk rock.

Grab a plate of sugar cookies, a glass of chocolate milk, curl up in your favorite seating accessory, and savor goodies on Merrell Fankhauser, the Tree People, Linda Perhacs, Michael Yonkers, Pearls Before Swine, Randy Burns, Kenneth Higney, David Bixby, Dana Westover, and many other cool creatures whose contributions to the sonic stratosphere deserve much applause.

A piece on Vanity Fare is further offered, and sheds new light on the British band best remembered for a pair of 1970 bubblegummy hits, “Early In The Morning” and “Hitchin’ A Ride,” while a throng of record reviews additionally fill the pages.

Like its digital companion, Issue No. 2 involves exhaustive coverage on the musicians it so greatly admires. The writing is sharp, detailed and exploding with enthusiasm, where groovy graphics go hand in hand with the content.

An essential need for those with an ear for underground sounds, It’s Psychedelic Baby is as far out and fascinating as the music it supports.

Beverly Paterson

Beverly Paterson

Beverly Paterson was born the day Ben E. King hit No. 4 with "Stand By Me" -- which is actually one of her favorite songs, especially John Lennon's version. She's contributed to Lance Monthly and Amplifier, and served as Rock Beat International's associate editor. Paterson has also published Inside Out, and Twist & Shake. Contact Something Else! at reviews@somethingelsereviews.com.
Beverly Paterson
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