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Album artwork for Live at Levitation by Primal Scream
Album artwork for Live at Levitation by Primal Scream
Album artwork for Live at Levitation by Primal Scream

Primal Scream’s fusion of indie pop and dance broke down musical boundaries and changed the face of British pop music in the '90s, helping to push dance and techno into the rock mainstream. Their lasting influence is crystallized across nine tracks, on Primal Scream - Live At Levitation. Recorded in 2015 at Levitation in front of underground rock fans from around the world, the LP marks the next release in The Reverberation Appreciation Society’s Live at Levitation series, which captures key moments in psychedelic rock history and live music in Austin, Texas - pulled from Levitation’s extensive archives.

Amongst a lineup of classic Levitation bands - Thee Oh Sees, Night Beats, and frontman Bobby Gillespie’s old band, The Jesus And Mary Chain - The Primal Scream set shows the band’s undeniable creativity and unique place in the psych-rock canon, combining psychedelic garage rock, kaleidoscopic pop, and acid house to create a sound that’s simultaneously of its time and ahead of it.

Known for their explosive live sets, the recordings show why Primal Scream is still considered one of the preeminent Scottish rock groups, with the Mercury-prize winning band blasting through tracks off of 1991’s touchstone album, Screamadelica, its boogie-blues-influenced follow-up Give Out But Don’t Give Up, and the heavily electro-influenced cult favorite XTRMNTR. Making it an essential collection for any Primal Scream or psych-rock aficionado.

Primal Scream

Live at Levitation

The Reverberation Appreciation Society
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Album artwork for Live at Levitation by Primal Scream
LP+

£21.99£12.99

sale

Pink with Black Splatter.

Rough Trade Exclusive
Limited to 500 copies
Released 09/02/2022Catalogue Number

RVRB049RT

Album artwork for Live at Levitation by Primal Scream
LP

£21.99

Yellow / Blue Swirl

Released 28/01/2022Catalogue Number

RVRB049UKEUIND

Primal Scream

Live at Levitation

The Reverberation Appreciation Society
Album artwork for Album artwork for Live at Levitation by Primal Scream by Live at Levitation - Primal Scream
Album artwork for Album artwork for Live at Levitation by Primal Scream by Live at Levitation - Primal Scream
Album artwork for Album artwork for Live at Levitation by Primal Scream by Live at Levitation - Primal Scream
Album artwork for Live at Levitation by Primal Scream
LP+

£21.99£12.99

sale

Pink with Black Splatter.

Rough Trade Exclusive
Limited to 500 copies
Released 09/02/2022Catalogue Number

RVRB049RT

Album artwork for Live at Levitation by Primal Scream
LP

£21.99

Yellow / Blue Swirl

Released 28/01/2022Catalogue Number

RVRB049UKEUIND

Primal Scream’s fusion of indie pop and dance broke down musical boundaries and changed the face of British pop music in the '90s, helping to push dance and techno into the rock mainstream. Their lasting influence is crystallized across nine tracks, on Primal Scream - Live At Levitation. Recorded in 2015 at Levitation in front of underground rock fans from around the world, the LP marks the next release in The Reverberation Appreciation Society’s Live at Levitation series, which captures key moments in psychedelic rock history and live music in Austin, Texas - pulled from Levitation’s extensive archives.

Amongst a lineup of classic Levitation bands - Thee Oh Sees, Night Beats, and frontman Bobby Gillespie’s old band, The Jesus And Mary Chain - The Primal Scream set shows the band’s undeniable creativity and unique place in the psych-rock canon, combining psychedelic garage rock, kaleidoscopic pop, and acid house to create a sound that’s simultaneously of its time and ahead of it.

Known for their explosive live sets, the recordings show why Primal Scream is still considered one of the preeminent Scottish rock groups, with the Mercury-prize winning band blasting through tracks off of 1991’s touchstone album, Screamadelica, its boogie-blues-influenced follow-up Give Out But Don’t Give Up, and the heavily electro-influenced cult favorite XTRMNTR. Making it an essential collection for any Primal Scream or psych-rock aficionado.