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On the Dial | Psychic Temple



Joyful Noise Recordings is an independent record label based out of Indiana, described as "purveyors of interesting media for a variety of artistically-honest, exploratory & often haphazard musicians." They have put out some of my favorite albums, including the recent Lemon Cotton Candy Sunset by the one-and-only Richard Edwards.

I wanted to take a second, however, to talk about another project on their roster: Psychic Temple. Psychic Temple is the musical brain child of Chris Schlarb. He's got a pretty amazing story highlighted in the video below. His new joint, Psychic Temple IV, drops July 14. Be good and check it out.

 

Posted by Brett Gregory on 03 July, 2017 Joyful Noise Recordings, On the Dial, Psychic Temple | 0 comments
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