Los Angeles' Send Medicine make a woozy, psychedelic rock that combines a liberal mix of surf, folk, and blues sounds.
Formed in 2012, Send Medicine originally started out as solo project for Toronto singer/songwriter Julian Hacquebard. However, after Hacquebard relocated to Los Angeles, he expanded the lineup, eventually bringing on board guitarist Connor Hill, bassist Aaron Stern, drummer Salvatore Romano, and percussionists Ryan Glennan and Lauren Grimaldi. In 2016, the band released their debut album, Scary Aquarius Daughter, featuring the singles "July Eyes" and "Tall Flowers." ~ Matt Collar