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Tokyo psych outfit Kikagaku Moyo (meaning “geometric patterns”, named after the images drummer, GO saw after a seven hour sleepless jam session) have just wrapped up their UK tour.

'Believe in Nothing' was produced by Mike Lord and the video was filmed and edited by Wild Stag Studios. Out now on Fierce Panda.

There’s no argument that Jabberwocky’s cancellation wasn’t badly handled, but it did have the fortunate side effect of creating a weekend packed with unexpected shows by ATP bands.

Brighton three-piece Spit Shake Sisters play a messy blend of garage and psych, evoking Ty Seagall as much as the Stooges in their reverb-drenched, lo-fi sound.

The Scotch of St James has an impressive history; its speakeasy décor has seen visits and performances from the Stones, the Beatles and Jimi Hendrix. 

Directed by the band's own singer/ guitarist Oguz Can Ozen. Released today.

It's taken Brooklyn musician Damon McMahon a year and a half to finish Love, his third album as Amen Dunes. Was it worth the wait? Out 12.05.14 on Sacred Bones.