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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Sendelica, who are based in and around Cardigan, United Kingdom are instrumental psychedelic rock and space rock band. Inspired by early Pink Floyd and Hawkwind, the band conjures a freewheeling psychedelic sound which is based on the typical power trio instrumentation of guitar, bass guitar, and drums, and then add electronics.

The core band in the United Kingdom is Pete Bingham on guitars and electronics, Glenda Pescado on bass guitar (The Surf Messengers, ex Nik Turner's All Stars), Paul Fields on drums, and Lee Relfe on saxophone.

The band released their debut EP TheOwlsHaveEyes in July 2006, and followed it with the album Entering the Rainbow Light in January 2007. Both albums were released on self-run FRG Records and featured the core duo of Bingham and Pescado augmented by various collaborators including vocalists Chris Gibbs and Sarah E. Soon afterwards Sendelica became a trio. In Spring 2008, the band toured the East Coast of the U.S. with a final show at the legendary New York Knitting Factory. While their two more focused, properly produced and mastered albums were released through R.A.I.G. (Russian Association of Independent Genres), the band also makes ultra-limited releases of unpublished music through the Welsh community label, studio and workshops Tidy Like Records.

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