Tim Presley had made some outstanding music under the pseudonym WHITE FENCE and if you haven’t had the time to fall down that rabbit hole, you might want to dig up Hair, Family Perfume, and Cyclops Reap. Or see his live set. The Californian’s recent drop in at The Garrison (October 16th) rivaled past Toronto dates, but the darker setting grimed up his introspective psych romps and allowed older recordings to wail out at a higher pitch. Melbourne outfit KING GIZZARD & THE LIZARD WIZARD didn’t disappoint either with their UMO-flecked garage riots (listen to “Cellophane” stat) and photographer Julia Marcello was on hand to build their case. Check out her galleries below.
White Fence’s new album For The Recently Found Innocent is out now on via Drag City
KING GIZZARD & THE LIZARD WIZARD