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Psychedelphia / Press

“Psychedelphia announced as unsigned band of the month for High Times Magazine!!!”

“an occasional splash of King Crimson-esque segueways and time signatures.”

“Pyschedelphia - After Papadosio finished I headed towards the tent stage to catch some of Pyschedelpia’s set. I was tired and ready for bed but when a band has as cool a name as Pyschedelphia, they deserved to be checked out. After watching about half their set I can confirm the band does their name justice. Pyschedelphia's unique sound is somewhere between progressive and jam coupled with unconventional melodies. Trumpeter Willy Waldman also sat in with the band and provided some quality harmonies and melodic counterpoints to what the band was already bringing. I’m interested in seeing this band again. ~Greg Molitor ”

Greg Molitor, Festival Family - Festival Family: Muncie Springfest Review

“Yep – Psychedelphia knows how to shape-shift and genre-morph, fo’ sure.... And they’re versatile: they can do the spacey/loopy/how-are-they-ever-going-to-land-this-thing stuff (“Nano”) as well as breathe underwater courtesy of the air trapped inside big ol’ bass bubbles (“Submerged”).... In the end, just be happy and listen, knowing that there isn’t going to be a quiz. Psychedelphia simply wants you to have fun, boys and girls. As a wise man once said a long time ago, “If you get lost, just listen to the music play.””

“Traveling from the "City of Brotherly Love," progressive jam band Psychedelphia will perform at 10 p.m. Feb. 24 at Kimball's Pub, 972 Second St. The band, which was formed in late 2008, performs an eclectic mix of music - ranging from funk and soul, to psychedelic rock 'n' roll. The group covers a huge spectrum of songs by artists such as The Grateful Dead, Steve Kimcock, Pink Floyd, Daft Punk, Stevie Wonder and more, along with many originals. Forging its own unique sound and not wanting to label its music into one single category, the band said "they just play the music that they need to play without regard for the imaginary boundaries known as style." Major media outlets such as Relix, High Times and Music Connection magazines also have taken the time to recognize the band within their pages. This is Psychedelphia's first appearance in Williamsport. The band said it has received a good response from fans and friends in the area and that everyone is excited to play Kimball's. ”

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