Just recently, I've found some bands/singers that are taking into that 1960s, 1970s aesthetics. There's Tennis and Temples -- both with a very nice sound.
Course, Temples definitely sounds like one of the underground 1960s bands you'd hear at a lizard lounge. Their vocals have something akin to The Mamas and The Papas. Tennis does still have a more modern sound to it, but her videos are so appealing to those old 1970s music videos.
Speaking of bands that sound like the 60s, 70s -- lately, I have been getting kinda irritated by people who look at any hint of a modern psychedelic rock band and go "OHMIGOSH, they're just like Tame Impala", and the songs are completely different.
Don't get me wrong -- I LOVE Tame Impala. His stuff is amazing, top quality. But it's like -- he is not the only guy doing psychedelic rock. Hell -- people act like he INVENTED it and don't realize that he's pulling sounds from The Beatles, The Association, a little bit from Pink Floyd.
Like, I can't fault them -- many are just new fans just discovering the genre, and Tame Impala is one of those modern bands/singers who can help you get into it (also one of the more mainstream ones right now). But it's just...after a while, you kinda have to figure out that he's not all that there is.
But again -- this is all coming from someone who just loves music. My family is both based in art and music, and a lot of us sing, make music, do opera, dance, play instruments, etc. So I just get it from them. Also grew up listening to The Temptations, The Supremes, The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Soft Cell -- if you can tell me any song from the 80s, 70s, 60s, I've heard it. I really love listening to good music -- if it sounds good, I'll listen to it. And I try to listen to several artists from the same genres. Don't really care if a band changes their sound or go mainstream or any of that. I dunno -- I just wanna listen to music.