Primus takes a deep dive into the delirious world of modern conspiracy theory in the band’s new track.
The odd parallel universe of easy-listening cover versions of revolutionary acid rock classics that proliferated in the 1960s.
The unruly pleasures of ‘black psychedelia’ on the debut album from Preston’s finest masked madmen.
The BBC TV documentary exploring the rise of the psychedelic underground in 1967.
Why the Fab Four really were fab.
The film version of the post-hippy reinterpretation of the Passion of the Christ tries hard but is ultimately hamstrung by the terrible, terrible songs.
Looking back at the famous, the infamous and the interesting figures who we lost in the last year.
The hippest shop of Swinging London and the unlikely pop song that it inspired.
A trippy version of Alice in Wonderland aimed at putting kids off taking drugs.
Exploring the back catalogue of the Scottish Sixties popsters Marmalade.
The incredible and stylish 1920s art nouveau magazine covers of Brazil’s José Carlos de Brito e Cunha.
A Reprobate exclusive to mark the Summer Solstice: the bad-acid soaked, Sixties-invoking new video from Nikolas Schreck.