“On point, out there and unrepentantly perfectionist, focused on what matters,
their sound expresses them and their high rock’n’roll IQ perfectly,
serving their improvisational tendencies in the best possible way…”

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Psychoblues (pronounced: Saiko-blooz): An indefinable blend of Psychedelic sounds & Blues roots; add a portion of Jazz, a pinch of Rock, throw in liberal amounts of Punk & New Wave, a tad of Brecht & Weil, a whole load of Improvisation; add a bit of funk to taste (sic).

Root: Musical parlance first used by an obscure band from Athens, Greece. circa 1998 Ref: BM #274

Psychoblues (Disambiguation) | An amalgam of: Psychedelic (adj affecting the mind so as to produce vivid visions) & Blues.

General derivation:

psycho /ˈsaɪkəʊ/
adj. mentally strange, not normal; varying from the usual, crazy, insane
noun, adjective (pl) -chos
1. an informal and offensive word for psychopath or psychopathic (See also psychopath)
psycho- (combining form)
1. indicating the mind or psychological or mental processes:
Origin: 1935-1940, shortening

blues /blooz/
noun. feeling of anxiety, noun. disappointed feeling; distress
1. the blues, (used with a plural verb) depressed spirits; despondency; melancholy:
“This rainy spell is giving me the blues”.
2. (used with a singular verb) Jazz.
1. a song, originating with American blacks, that is marked by the frequent occurrence of blue notes, and that takes the basic form, customarily improvised upon in performance, of a 12-bar chorus consisting of a 3-line stanza with the second line repeating the first.
2. the genre constituting such songs.
Origin: 1800-1810, Americanism; cf. blue devils