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Waves of OK and Propeller make up a two-part release by Psychologist casually known as The Epidural Collection.

Whereas Waves of OK was a collection of tender, future gospel songs which showcased Psychologist’s subdued mix of fractured beats alongside his emotionally-charged lyrics, Propeller is a colder, more electronic affair.

From the opening track ‘Out, Damned Spot!’, to the insistence of ‘Propeller’ - the lead track from the EP – and the sampling of Richard Linklater’s 2002 animated film ‘Waking Life’ on ‘Séance’, a feeling of foreboding surrounds the entire EP. With Propeller, The Epidural Collection and his Psychologist project as a whole, Iain Woods has announced himself as an curious and uncompromising talent.

'a great song from a near perfect EP' - rockfeedback.com

The video for ‘Out Damned Spot’ is now available to see online here

Psychologist performed his ‘Waves of OK’ EP earlier this year with a 12-piece choir at St Matthias Parish Church, Stoke Newington – where that EP was also recorded. He has now announced a headline show at Electrowerkz in August where he will present Propeller live.


Tickets £7 from:

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0870 264 3333

www.ticketweb.co.uk

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BECOMING REAL + GHOST EYES
Electrowerkz
Thursday 11 August 2011

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Following the release of his debut EP Part One (Waves of OK) earlier this year, PSYCHOLOGIST has announced the follow up, Part Two (Propeller) will be released on August 15th on Not Even / Moshi Moshi Records. For a special preview of Propeller, click here

Waves of OK and Propeller make up a two-part release by Psychologist casually known as The Epidural Collection.

Whereas Waves of OK was a collection of tender, future gospel songs which showcased Psychologist’s subdued mix of fractured beats alongside his emotionally-charged lyrics, Propeller is a colder, more electronic affair.

From the opening track ‘Out, Damned Spot!’, to the insistence of ‘Propeller’ – the lead track from the EP – and the sampling of Richard Linklater’s 2002 animated film ‘Waking Life’ on ‘Séance’, a feeling of foreboding surrounds the entire EP. With Propeller, The Epidural Collection and his Psychologist project as a whole, Iain Woods has announced himself as an curious and uncompromising talent.

‘a great song from a near perfect EP’ – rockfeedback.com

The video for ‘Out Damned Spot’ is now available to see online here

Psychologist performed his ‘Waves of OK’ EP earlier this year with a 12-piece choir at St Matthias Parish Church, Stoke Newington – where that EP was also recorded. He has now announced a headline show at Electrowerkz in August where he will present Propeller live.

Tickets £7 from:

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0870 264 3333

www.ticketweb.co.uk

08444 771000

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Psychologist

Psychologist

BECOMING REAL + GHOST EYES
Electrowerkz
Thursday 11 August 2011

£7 ADV
WWW.PSYCHOLOGISTMUSIC.COM/

Following the release of his debut EP Part One (Waves of OK) earlier this year, PSYCHOLOGIST has announced the follow up, Part Two (Propeller) will be released on August 15th on Not Even / Moshi Moshi Records. For a special preview of Propeller, click here

Waves of OK and Propeller make up a two-part release by Psychologist casually known as The Epidural Collection.

Whereas Waves of OK was a collection of tender, future gospel songs which showcased Psychologist’s subdued mix of fractured beats alongside his emotionally-charged lyrics, Propeller is a colder, more electronic affair.

From the opening track ‘Out, Damned Spot!’, to the insistence of ‘Propeller’ – the lead track from the EP – and the sampling of Richard Linklater’s 2002 animated film ‘Waking Life’ on ‘Séance’, a feeling of foreboding surrounds the entire EP. With Propeller, The Epidural Collection and his Psychologist project as a whole, Iain Woods has announced himself as an curious and uncompromising talent.

‘a great song from a near perfect EP’ – rockfeedback.com

The video for ‘Out Damned Spot’ is now available to see online here

Psychologist performed his ‘Waves of OK’ EP earlier this year with a 12-piece choir at St Matthias Parish Church, Stoke Newington – where that EP was also recorded. He has now announced a headline show at Electrowerkz in August where he will present Propeller live.

Tickets £7 from:

www.seetickets.com

0870 264 3333

www.ticketweb.co.uk

08444 771000

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Psychologist

Psychologist

BECOMING REAL + GHOST EYES
Electrowerkz
Thursday 11 August 2011

£7 ADV
WWW.PSYCHOLOGISTMUSIC.COM/

Following the release of his debut EP Part One (Waves of OK) earlier this year, PSYCHOLOGIST has announced the follow up, Part Two (Propeller) will be released on August 15th on Not Even / Moshi Moshi Records. For a special preview of Propeller, click here

Waves of OK and Propeller make up a two-part release by Psychologist casually known as The Epidural Collection.

Whereas Waves of OK was a collection of tender, future gospel songs which showcased Psychologist’s subdued mix of fractured beats alongside his emotionally-charged lyrics, Propeller is a colder, more electronic affair.

From the opening track ‘Out, Damned Spot!’, to the insistence of ‘Propeller’ – the lead track from the EP – and the sampling of Richard Linklater’s 2002 animated film ‘Waking Life’ on ‘Séance’, a feeling of foreboding surrounds the entire EP. With Propeller, The Epidural Collection and his Psychologist project as a whole, Iain Woods has announced himself as an curious and uncompromising talent.

‘a great song from a near perfect EP’ – rockfeedback.com

The video for ‘Out Damned Spot’ is now available to see online here

Psychologist performed his ‘Waves of OK’ EP earlier this year with a 12-piece choir at St Matthias Parish Church, Stoke Newington – where that EP was also recorded. He has now announced a headline show at Electrowerkz in August where he will present Propeller live.

Tickets £7 from:

www.seetickets.com

0870 264 3333

www.ticketweb.co.uk

08444 771000

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Psychologist

Psychologist

BECOMING REAL + GHOST EYES
Electrowerkz
Thursday 11 August 2011

£7 ADV
WWW.PSYCHOLOGISTMUSIC.COM/

Following the release of his debut EP Part One (Waves of OK) earlier this year, PSYCHOLOGIST has announced the follow up, Part Two (Propeller) will be released on August 15th on Not Even / Moshi Moshi Records. For a special preview of Propeller, click here

Waves of OK and Propeller make up a two-part release by Psychologist casually known as The Epidural Collection.

Whereas Waves of OK was a collection of tender, future gospel songs which showcased Psychologist’s subdued mix of fractured beats alongside his emotionally-charged lyrics, Propeller is a colder, more electronic affair.

From the opening track ‘Out, Damned Spot!’, to the insistence of ‘Propeller’ – the lead track from the EP – and the sampling of Richard Linklater’s 2002 animated film ‘Waking Life’ on ‘Séance’, a feeling of foreboding surrounds the entire EP. With Propeller, The Epidural Collection and his Psychologist project as a whole, Iain Woods has announced himself as an curious and uncompromising talent.

‘a great song from a near perfect EP’ – rockfeedback.com

The video for ‘Out Damned Spot’ is now available to see online here

Psychologist performed his ‘Waves of OK’ EP earlier this year with a 12-piece choir at St Matthias Parish Church, Stoke Newington – where that EP was also recorded. He has now announced a headline show at Electrowerkz in August where he will present Propeller live.

Tickets £7 from:

www.seetickets.com

0870 264 3333

www.ticketweb.co.uk

08444 771000

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Psychologist

Psychologist

BECOMING REAL + GHOST EYES
Electrowerkz
Thursday 11 August 2011

£7 ADV
WWW.PSYCHOLOGISTMUSIC.COM/

Following the release of his debut EP Part One (Waves of OK) earlier this year, PSYCHOLOGIST has announced the follow up, Part Two (Propeller) will be released on August 15th on Not Even / Moshi Moshi Records. For a special preview of Propeller, click here

Waves of OK and Propeller make up a two-part release by Psychologist casually known as The Epidural Collection.

Whereas Waves of OK was a collection of tender, future gospel songs which showcased Psychologist’s subdued mix of fractured beats alongside his emotionally-charged lyrics, Propeller is a colder, more electronic affair.

From the opening track ‘Out, Damned Spot!’, to the insistence of ‘Propeller’ – the lead track from the EP – and the sampling of Richard Linklater’s 2002 animated film ‘Waking Life’ on ‘Séance’, a feeling of foreboding surrounds the entire EP. With Propeller, The Epidural Collection and his Psychologist project as a whole, Iain Woods has announced himself as an curious and uncompromising talent.

‘a great song from a near perfect EP’ – rockfeedback.com

The video for ‘Out Damned Spot’ is now available to see online here

Psychologist performed his ‘Waves of OK’ EP earlier this year with a 12-piece choir at St Matthias Parish Church, Stoke Newington – where that EP was also recorded. He has now announced a headline show at Electrowerkz in August where he will present Propeller live.

Tickets £7 from:

www.seetickets.com

0870 264 3333

www.ticketweb.co.uk

08444 771000

Follow us on Twitter here

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Psychologist

Psychologist

BECOMING REAL + GHOST EYES
Electrowerkz
Thursday 11 August 2011

£7 ADV
WWW.PSYCHOLOGISTMUSIC.COM/

Following the release of his debut EP Part One (Waves of OK) earlier this year, PSYCHOLOGIST has announced the follow up, Part Two (Propeller) will be released on August 15th on Not Even / Moshi Moshi Records. For a special preview of Propeller, click here

Waves of OK and Propeller make up a two-part release by Psychologist casually known as The Epidural Collection.

Whereas Waves of OK was a collection of tender, future gospel songs which showcased Psychologist’s subdued mix of fractured beats alongside his emotionally-charged lyrics, Propeller is a colder, more electronic affair.

From the opening track ‘Out, Damned Spot!’, to the insistence of ‘Propeller’ – the lead track from the EP – and the sampling of Richard Linklater’s 2002 animated film ‘Waking Life’ on ‘Séance’, a feeling of foreboding surrounds the entire EP. With Propeller, The Epidural Collection and his Psychologist project as a whole, Iain Woods has announced himself as an curious and uncompromising talent.

‘a great song from a near perfect EP’ – rockfeedback.com

The video for ‘Out Damned Spot’ is now available to see online here

Psychologist performed his ‘Waves of OK’ EP earlier this year with a 12-piece choir at St Matthias Parish Church, Stoke Newington – where that EP was also recorded. He has now announced a headline show at Electrowerkz in August where he will present Propeller live.

Tickets £7 from:

www.seetickets.com

0870 264 3333

www.ticketweb.co.uk

08444 771000

Follow us on Twitter here

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Psychologist

Psychologist

BECOMING REAL + GHOST EYES
Electrowerkz
Thursday 11 August 2011

£7 ADV
WWW.PSYCHOLOGISTMUSIC.COM/

Following the release of his debut EP Part One (Waves of OK) earlier this year, PSYCHOLOGIST has announced the follow up, Part Two (Propeller) will be released on August 15th on Not Even / Moshi Moshi Records. For a special preview of Propeller, click here

Waves of OK and Propeller make up a two-part release by Psychologist casually known as The Epidural Collection.

Whereas Waves of OK was a collection of tender, future gospel songs which showcased Psychologist’s subdued mix of fractured beats alongside his emotionally-charged lyrics, Propeller is a colder, more electronic affair.

From the opening track ‘Out, Damned Spot!’, to the insistence of ‘Propeller’ – the lead track from the EP – and the sampling of Richard Linklater’s 2002 animated film ‘Waking Life’ on ‘Séance’, a feeling of foreboding surrounds the entire EP. With Propeller, The Epidural Collection and his Psychologist project as a whole, Iain Woods has announced himself as an curious and uncompromising talent.

‘a great song from a near perfect EP’ – rockfeedback.com

The video for ‘Out Damned Spot’ is now available to see online here

Psychologist performed his ‘Waves of OK’ EP earlier this year with a 12-piece choir at St Matthias Parish Church, Stoke Newington – where that EP was also recorded. He has now announced a headline show at Electrowerkz in August where he will present Propeller live.

Tickets £7 from:

www.seetickets.com

0870 264 3333

www.ticketweb.co.uk

08444 771000

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Psychologist

Psychologist

BECOMING REAL + GHOST EYES
Electrowerkz
Thursday 11 August 2011

£7 ADV
WWW.PSYCHOLOGISTMUSIC.COM/

Following the release of his debut EP Part One (Waves of OK) earlier this year, PSYCHOLOGIST has announced the follow up, Part Two (Propeller) will be released on August 15th on Not Even / Moshi Moshi Records. For a special preview of Propeller, click here

Waves of OK and Propeller make up a two-part release by Psychologist casually known as The Epidural Collection.

Whereas Waves of OK was a collection of tender, future gospel songs which showcased Psychologist’s subdued mix of fractured beats alongside his emotionally-charged lyrics, Propeller is a colder, more electronic affair.

From the opening track ‘Out, Damned Spot!’, to the insistence of ‘Propeller’ – the lead track from the EP – and the sampling of Richard Linklater’s 2002 animated film ‘Waking Life’ on ‘Séance’, a feeling of foreboding surrounds the entire EP. With Propeller, The Epidural Collection and his Psychologist project as a whole, Iain Woods has announced himself as an curious and uncompromising talent.

‘a great song from a near perfect EP’ – rockfeedback.com

The video for ‘Out Damned Spot’ is now available to see online here

Psychologist performed his ‘Waves of OK’ EP earlier this year with a 12-piece choir at St Matthias Parish Church, Stoke Newington – where that EP was also recorded. He has now announced a headline show at Electrowerkz in August where he will present Propeller live.

Tickets £7 from:

www.seetickets.com

0870 264 3333

www.ticketweb.co.uk

08444 771000

Follow us on Twitter here

Join us on Facebook here

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Psychologist

Psychologist

BECOMING REAL + GHOST EYES
Electrowerkz
Thursday 11 August 2011

£7 ADV
WWW.PSYCHOLOGISTMUSIC.COM/

Following the release of his debut EP Part One (Waves of OK) earlier this year, PSYCHOLOGIST has announced the follow up, Part Two (Propeller) will be released on August 15th on Not Even / Moshi Moshi Records. For a special preview of Propeller, click here

Waves of OK and Propeller make up a two-part release by Psychologist casually known as The Epidural Collection.

Whereas Waves of OK was a collection of tender, future gospel songs which showcased Psychologist’s subdued mix of fractured beats alongside his emotionally-charged lyrics, Propeller is a colder, more electronic affair.

From the opening track ‘Out, Damned Spot!’, to the insistence of ‘Propeller’ – the lead track from the EP – and the sampling of Richard Linklater’s 2002 animated film ‘Waking Life’ on ‘Séance’, a feeling of foreboding surrounds the entire EP. With Propeller, The Epidural Collection and his Psychologist project as a whole, Iain Woods has announced himself as an curious and uncompromising talent.

‘a great song from a near perfect EP’ – rockfeedback.com

The video for ‘Out Damned Spot’ is now available to see online here

Psychologist performed his ‘Waves of OK’ EP earlier this year with a 12-piece choir at St Matthias Parish Church, Stoke Newington – where that EP was also recorded. He has now announced a headline show at Electrowerkz in August where he will present Propeller live.

Tickets £7 from:

www.seetickets.com

0870 264 3333

www.ticketweb.co.uk

08444 771000

Follow us on Twitter here

Join us on Facebook here

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