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The Photon Band has always seemed to be stricken with the same bipolar influences as the Lilys — both bands rove back and forth between dreamy, shoegazing-inspired psychedelia and rock-oriented, British Invasion-style psychedelia. The difference is that while the Lilys move between the two on an album-by-album basis, the Photon Band combines them fully — All Young in the Soul opens with a burst of driving '60s rock with gliding guitar structures from somewhere between shoegazing and '60s psychedelia. The album keeps closer to the first influence than some of the Photon Band's other releases, but its low-fi spaciness lends it a definite affinity with Elephant Six bands like Olivia Tremor Control and their black-lit Beatles-isms.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Starting with 1996's 747 (Don't Worry) on Darla Records, Philadelphia's Photon Band unleashed a flurry of unique psychedelia-tinged indie rock onto the music scene. Led by ex-Lilys member Art Difuria and backed by drummer Simon Nagle and bassists Gary Plowman and Jeff Tanner, the band wasn't heard from again until 1999's limited-edition All Young in the Soul, while 2000's Oh the Sweet, Sweet Changes found the band embracing '60s-influenced rock. Also in 2000, the band released Our Own ESP Driven...
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