PREMIERE: The 60s Psych Pop Of Craig Martinson
    • THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 2015

    • Posted by: Don Saas

    There are two acceptable choices for "greatest album of all time." The answer is either Revolver or Kid A. I can brook no disagreement there (I'm joking slightly but also, seriously, they're the greatest). So, if I start throwing out comparisons to Revolver-era The Beatles, that means it's time to sit up and start paying attention.

    We're premiering "Fool For Love" by Brooklyn psych-rock singer-songwriter Craig Martinson, and it is a powerful blast of 60s era psych-pop with an outro that infuses psych-guitar rock to almost Zeppelin levels. When we make Beatles comparisons these days, we tend to talk about Tame Impala & Kevin Parker's John Lennon doppelganger voice, but Craig Martinson channels the sound of that era even better than our favorite Australian psych-rockers without actually sounding like any specific Beatle track. Color us excited.

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