The amygdalae are little bundles of nuclei located deep in the brain, known to perform a primary role in the processing of memory, decision-making, and emotional reactions. No one will “tickle” your amygdala better than good ol’ Shpongle. Sift your way through “Tickling the Amygdala”‘s lush Shpongle-scape and enjoy intoxicating layers of colorful synths, sinuous guitar riffs and Raja Ram’s ethereal flute solos.
Shpongle’s 5th full length album Museum Of Consciousness came out last year and the tour has finally brought Simon Posford and the Shpongletron 3.0, designed by Zebbler Studios, to the NYC area for a show tonight and tomorrow (4/3, 4/4) at Irving Plaza, and on 4/10 at The Space At Westbury. Sensible Reason is giving away 5 pairs of tickets for the 4/10 show, enter the contest here!
By: Adam Scott
Shpongle is a psychedelic downtempo/psybient music project formed in 1996 in England. Since then, Simon Posford (Hallucinogen) and Raja Ram (The Infinity Project) have collaborated with artists from ...
Sam Cohen’s desire to put the indescribable into words led him to his role as a music editorialist and social media manager for Sensible Reason. He joined the team in early 2014 after graduating from Northwestern University with a B.A. in Radio, Television and Film. Sam has produced big budget music videos, ran successful marketing campaigns and currently works in the digital marketing department of the nightclub Output. When he's not avidly exploring new music and festivals, you can find him studying intellectual property, internet, and media law at Brooklyn Law School. Join him on Twitter: @SamCohen913