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Psychedelic Kiwi pop by Connan Mockasin is sublimely spacey

Editor Pick
Editor Pick

With a total population of under five million people, New Zealand has since the 1960’s had a disproportionately bountiful output of psychedelic pop. Split Enz, The Clean, Tall Dwarfs, and now Connan Mockasin have made the island nation a kind of mecca for outsider art and music. On his latest LP, Caramel, Connan Mockasin again manages to warp melodies and oddball aesthetics into an alluring slice of space rock/pop that recalls the early work of Marc Bolan or the Beach Boys at their trippiest.

Cooper Berkmoyer Editor

Connan Mockasin at Bottom of the Hill

Wednesday, January 15 9pm

Bottom of the Hill (1233 17th Street, San Francisco, CA) Map it $10

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