Psychic Mirrors never fall albums, they drop cinematic, musical bombshells that go away admirers spluttering with concerns and observations like, “How did you pull this off?” and “Make sure you will not go away us by itself for a different six several years!” and “My nose is bleeding. I believe my brain is melting.” Shaped in 2010, the six-piece funk, boogie, and delicate-rock band, led by Mickey De Grand IV and that includes Myra Stone, Al Fight, Alex Nuñez, Antoine Rocky-Horror, and Oscar Guardado, debuted its enigmatic stylings with Character of Evil, a totally conceptualized and executed soundtrack to a thriller penned by the band and filmed by director and cinematographer Mike Ruiz. The release cemented them as Miami legends. 6 yrs on, Psychic Mirrors outdid them selves with their sophomore work, Ophilia, a intellect-blowing, 19-keep track of, 81-moment cacophony of flawless funk odes that conjure an enjoyable, imaginary model of Miami even though also reminiscing about its heyday. Still again, the album functions as a soundtrack, this time to a romance drama following a washed-up Hollywood composer who receives a second likelihood at stardom when he’s used at a sinking television network, directed by Mike Ruiz and Mickey De Grand IV. It can be a feat of creative imagination that arrives all-around at the time in a blue moon, a true gem.