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Album Review

The Photon Band's low-fi combinations of British Invasion rock and psychedelia are fairly tight and focused in an LP context, but the three-track 747 (don't worry) EP leaves a good deal of room for experimentation — the title track is a midtempo, comparatively more arranged piece of complete psychedelia (with a couple of country references thrown in), and the record-closing "MOVE dream" features a twisting, vaguely Eastern guitar line over ringing, tonal percussion. The record's center, however, "It to Get (bike mix)" is a bashing and hooky piece of slightly slanted beat rock that is very much in line with the LP to follow (All Young in the Soul).


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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