Callum Ritchie


I am a student artist, writer and music enthusiast. My interest in music centres around the psychedelic and indie rock culture however I am interested in most genres from punk to hip hop and all in between.


Articles by Callum Ritchie

The Seagulls – Blood Orange

The Seagulls are latest jangly pop outfit to take flight on the wind of fresh neo psych soaring out of Leeds. They have recently dropped their second studio album ‘Blood Orange’ which is packed with sixties nostalgia and washed out surf jams with a distinctly British twang.

Oh Sees – Orc

Psych rock giants Oh Sees release Orc marking their nineteenth studio album and seventh name change over twenty years of zany creativity. Orc comes with fresh band mates, heavier influences and further experimentation into their off the wall take on the garage scene.

Together PANGEA – Bulls and Roosters

Together PANGEA prove they are capable of reaching outside of the endless party and producing an equally enjoyable rock and roll record that leaves a longer impression on the listener.

King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard – Murder of the Universe

King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard continue to ride their wave of creativity by dropping Murder of the Universe, the second of five albums to be released this year. The most recent serving of psychedelic rock comes from a darker corner of the ‘Gizzverse’.

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