Since 2004, The Black Angels have been doing their part to keep Austin’s psych rock scene alive and well with their constantly evolving neo-psychedelic sound.
Since 2004, The Black Angels have been doing their part to keep Austin’s psych rock scene alive and well with their constantly evolving neo-psychedelic sound. For Live on KEXP, Troy Nelson gives a quick account of the band’s trajectory over the past 18 years while DJ Miss Ashley speaks with the band about how the pandemic and having a child influenced frontman Alex Maas’ prolific songwriting. Their latest Live at Levitation is available on The Reverb Appreciation Society label and Bandcamp.
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