Abstract Greens Playlist on Spotify

Abstract Greens – Indie music from Edinburgh. Check out their music on Spotify. Scottish Indie and neo psychedelia at it’s best.  Share and spread the music and the love. All the best from Edinburgh!

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The Wordsmiths on Spotify

When it comes to great Madchester and Baggy Vibes from Scotland. It has to be The Wordsmiths. Originally formed in Penicuik these young lads took the legendary sound of Madchester and made it their own. Why not take a trip down memory lane and enjoy the sounds of The Wordsmiths. Now available on Spotify.

Tambourine Suicides – Midnight in the Garden of You (Single)

 

Edinburgh’s very own dedicated followers of unrequited passion – Tambourine Suicides return with a single that is aimed at rejection and loneliness. Heartbreak and romantic desperation. Nothing is more profund than heartbreak and all that entails. So rejoice and celebtrate the romantic despair that we must all suffer to realise that we are alive!

 

‘I know it’s only a dream. But your’e the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen.’

 

 

Abstract Greens – Strange Daze Dreams

Abstract Greens release a new album ‘Strange Daze Dreams’. This is a psychedelic pop and rock album. It takes the vibe of that retro 1960’s sound and mixes it with the modern indie electro influences.

I took the vibes of those classic 1960’s bands we all love – The Beatles, The Stones, The Small Faces, The Kinks, The Doors, and Love. Plus many more. Adding into this heady mix the much more modern electro indie sound palette. This melting pot was the basis for ‘Strange Daze Daze’.

Also just as important was the general influence of those masters of the dream experience – The Surrealists. Then recording and mixing in my own Lo-Fi studio to brew up something a bit special.

With todays modern computer technology – music making no longer belongs to the rich and connected. If you have the time and focus – you can make that album of your dreams.

The dream factory was working flat-out – now the work is complete. In many ways this album can perhaps be summed as Scottish Working Class Indie Pop Psychedelia.

So don’t go round thinking ‘Any dream will do’. No – This is time for some ‘Strange Daze Dreams’.

Enjoy.