Whatever it is about the late ‘60s era of rock and roll, we just can’t seem to shake it out of our collective psyche. Bands like Cream and Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath have endured beyond their years, inspiring endless bands in their wake. The Feens, from Hamburg, Pennsylvania, are one of such bands. Their bluesy, psychedelic rock is bottom heavy with reverb-drenched harmonies to give it lift. Potent stuff. “Space Van” lures the listener into a heady brew of guttural guitars and psychedelic vocals. “Strange” kicks off with ropy guitars, settling into a bluesy groove, while “Find Another Love” adds a funk element into the mix. The Feen’s most ambitious track is probably the dark and stormy “Nebula,” where guitars gallop helter skelter over scales. It’s RUSH meets Cream—groove-centric prog that takes you someplace you’ve never known. That is, unless you lived through the ‘60s.