If you like the original homemade lo-fi bedroom rock of Wavves, you’d probably enjoy listening to Oakland garage rocker Sven Gamsky, who releases music under the name Still Woozy. He basically jumbles inspirations found on the internet into immersive sound collages that use LSD soaked synths and acoustic effects to produce the aural equivalent of an underwater fever dream. After several years with math rockers Feed Me Jack, one of his early self-released Still Woozy singles, “Cooks,” made its way onto Spotify’s Fresh Finds playlist, which is how most of us first came across his brand of TV channel changer rock. That was followed by “Goodie Bag,” which proved even more popular on Spotify, and then a single called “Lucy” with guest player Odie which has topped over a million Spotify streams to date. Due to the fact that he mainly records solo with a Juno 106 synth, multitracking himself on keys, guitar, bass, and a drum, he hasn’t done a lot of solo performances since his stage debut last December. He’s reportedly working with a live drummer in preparation for his first headline tour, scheduled to hit the Soda Bar on February 4.