“Crest Of Death” is the newest sneak peek at All Your Happy Life, the anticipated follow-up to the Wytches’ 2014 debut Annabel Dream Reader. The scuzzy first half of the two-minute track feels like hardcore whiplash, before breaking into psychedelic territory with a lulling bridge. All Your Happy Life, which was recorded with Jim Sclavunos […]
Brighton psych-surf three-piece the Wytches turned in an excellent full-length effort with 2014’s Annabel Dream Reader. They recently broke a couple years of silence with the 7-song EP Home Recordings, and today they’ve given a visual accompaniment to standout track “Who Rides?” The song is a bruiser, leaning more hardcore with no-nonsense power chords and […]
Snarling, four-track collection follows last year's Annabel Dream Reader.
I’ve played these guys on the podcast a couple of times already, and I’ve had the album for a while, but it seems to be one of these records where what I think of it yo-yos back and forth every time I listen to it. Sometimes I think it’s fearsomely fantastic, sometimes a bit chuggy […]
Surf, post-punk, and B-movie horror gloom combined in an ambitious burst.
The Wytches at Glasslands in July (more by PSquared) UK psych garage punks The Wytches are a week away from releasing their debut album, Annabel Dream Reader, on Partisan Records (due 8/26). They've made the whole thing available to stream...
Brighton bruisers the Wytches will release their full-length debut album Annabel Dream Reader a week from today. They’ve got a new video this morning to get us all amped up for that, and to herald the trio’s arrival stateside later this fall. “Burn Out The Bruise,” a ragged blast of brutal psych-punk from the album’s [...]
As if the title of The Wytches’ upcoming debut album, Annabel Dream Reader, didn’t already evoke Edgar Allan Poe, the band’s music seems to inhabit the same haunted shadows. The young British trio recorded Annabel at Toe Rag Studios,...Show More Summary