Why isn't there a thread of this already?
Has anyone ever taken the time to fix this chart
ye, shoegaze should also be included with dream pop december
we can change that
shoegaze IS included in NDBPD. It's been since the beggining.
Fuck this, last year was like this, no threads after two weeks. How about we ignore that dumbass chart and keep the dream alive?
>What have you all been listening lately?
>Latest shoegaze/dream pop album to blow your mind?
>Who are the percursors of dream pop/shoegaze, The Chameleons, Cocteau Twins, A.R Kane or The Jesus And Mary Chain?
Also, why are Crash City Saints so fucking underrated?
>What have you been listening lately?
The new Craft Spells album, which is pretty good, although I still prefer Idle Labor. Antler's Familiars is also great. Also, The Church is really underrated.
Foxes In Fiction, A.R Kane, The Church
>Latest album to blow my mind?
Priest = Aura by The Church, really atmospheric and dreamy jangle pop and 69 by A.R. Kane (all their EPs are amazing too).
I've recently became a A.R. Kane fanboy, so I'm biased. Realistically, I'd say Cocteau Twins.
>Crash City Saints
Never heard of them, what do they sound like?
>Foxes In Fiction
Haven't heard Ontario Gothic yet, is it good? How does it compare to Swung From The Brances?
Really LOUD wall of sound, sorta like Astrobrite except not as noisy, but definitely as massive. Like a thousand guitars playing simultaniously. Pretty catchy, check out Glow In The Dark Music.
Those guys are amazing, such a shame tht every mention of them turns into a shitposting insult throwing showdown. The sax in that album is GOAT, the sound is original, excellent production, and great psychadelic vibes. The first album is also great.
Link to some of their noisier stuff? Always hear good stuff about them.
Weed - Deserve
Yuck - Yuck
Cheatahs - Cheatahs
Ovlov - am
Flying Saucer Attack s/t
Houston - Bottom of the Curve
Medicine - Shot Forth Seld Living
These are some fuzzy ones. I'd say the Weed and Medicine albums are the noisier ones.
Heavïness - Heavïness
>never talked about but really good
ANL&LF have always been just okay to me
This album. This fucking album. Right here. Best Dreampop of the 10's. Prove me fucking wrong.
Crash City Saints
MAH NIGGA, never saw them mentioned on /mu/, one of my favs
>shoegaze makes you feel fuzzy
Exactly, that's why shoegaze/dreampop are the GOAT comfy genres and the best ones to hear in December.
They're emogaze, they're welcome. Great band,. You'll probably like Cloakroom and Airs.
this is really nice, artwork reminds me of this, another obscure great shoegaze band from the 90's
>mfw there is Brazilian dream pop out there and it't actually pretty damn good
I listened to this all day yesterday and multiple times today, not im listening to the antlers.
Can see why, really diggin it
Love how the bass really plays an important role in guiding the distortion
I'd rec this doozy here, similar on the bass front, drums def have more of lo-fi/distorted vibe tho, and the wall of sound acts as more of a unstable, chaotic undercurrent
this sounds really unique, thanks, will download
this really sounds like Moonshake's Eva Luna and Quickspace's The Death of Quickspace.
Also, you'll probably like Civil Civic's Rules, it has some really good balance between noise, bass and electronics.
Never saw this one before tho.
A flowchart about how to shoegaze, starting at the obvious entry-level shit and spreading into specific types of sound would be great. It would be a pain in the ass to make such a big flowchart though.
hows this for a fix?
so many of these names are so cringeworthy, "Galaxie 500"? cmon.....so many attempts at some "spiritual summit", or natural phenomena, like I'll never listen to "LSD and the search for God" because i'm not a fucking charicature of the psychedlic movement. you just don't put that stuff out directly, its bound to be shit out of sheer attachment to some forced grab for "deeper" levels
>What shoegaze should i listen to if i loved Souvlaki but disliked Loveless?
If anyone can find anything by a band called Butterfly Explosion, I'd highly recommend that. Irish band that's mostly dream pop with touches of shoegaze. Really sweet sounding stuff. Difficult to find though, they were pretty obscure.
anyone listen to Niz before? they only have one EP but the story is pretty interesting.
"In July 2007, two people seeing My Bloody Valentine at Fuji Rock formed NIZ with groundless confidence which was like “We can do more than they’re doing, yeah? “. In October 2008, the band set about song writing and recording without planning. Atsushi started practicing the guitar, Hisae bought a bass at that time. They went on to do recording without knowing even how to hold a guitar pick."