Psychemagik exist on their own terms.
A truly independent force in club culture, the pair - Danny McLewin and Tom Coveney - build heady, sonically overwhelming sets.
Their own music echoes this colour and diversity, with Psychemagik regularly re-drawing the map.
New album 'I Feel How This Night Should Look' is out now on their own label, and it's a phenomenal achievement.
Constructed in a number of different locations - Kate Bush’s old workspace, George Martin’s Air Studios Lyndhurst Hall, and analogue hub Toe Rag Studios - it's a true labour of love.
The guests range widely, moving from garage rock siren Holly Golightly to British jazz legend Norma Winstone.
To celebrate the release we're able to share a full mix from Psychemagik, and it's an inspiring journey into sound.
Relentlessly original, you can check it out now.
'I Feel How This Night Should Look' is out now - order LINK.
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