The Dandelion - The Strange Case Of The Dandelion (2013)
The Dandelion: blooming psychedelia from ex-Dolly Rocker Movement / Los Sundowners / Kill City Creeps member Daniel Poulter.
The Dandelion: groovy reverb, floaty riffs and flourishing folk melodies, it’s wild and free and beckons you to join in.
Released in 2013 the debut LP Strange Case Of The Dandelion is a field of folk and
psychedelia you want to run though with arms wide open. Tangled in 60s
psych, paisley patterns and garage rock, the potpourri of sounds wafts
in with a Strange Case Opening. Short and sweet, its fluster of fuzz and flutes is enough to let the psychedelic aromas loose. Whirling through the field, I Turned On As You Turned Around makes wreaths of peace and love that dancing flower children wear in organ blossoming Here Comes Love. But, it’s not all sunshine and rainbows. A weedy harmonica in Leaving It Behind Blues twirls us towards darker shades and cloudier vocals. Hay fever inducing grooves Paranoid Floyd in aBliss You Can Hear and Toxic Flower Power & The Ascension To Infinity
then free the most intoxicating psychedelic aromas yet and restore
peace and love to the field. A garden bed of flower power beats that
pollinate without restraint, these tracks seem wilder than a lot of
other psych currently sprouting.
That's what hhhappy.com basically had say about the record.