Dif Juz - Extractions
>Dream Pop, Post-Punk, Ethereal Wave,
A Place to Bury Strangers - Strange Moon
>Noise Rock, Shoegaze, Garage Rock, Dead Moon Cover EP
A Sunny Day in Glasgow - Scribble Mural Comic Journal
>Shoegaze, Dream Pop, Neo-Psychedelia,
astrobrite - DELUXER
>Noise Pop, Ambient, Shoegaze
Asobi Seksu x Boris - Asobi Seksu x Boris
>Shoegaze, Dream Pop,
really want some shoegaze featuring arabic style melodies and strings 2bh
Nobody cares about albums anymore. All popular music focuses on singles, and that just isnt how rock music is produced. Hopefully Blackstar becomes popular and we see a resurgence of popular music focusing on full albums, but i don't see that happening.
I actually found the Dif Juz album really underwhelming. The track they did for the Lonely is an Eyesore compilation is unbelievably good, but the full-length falls a little flat has those obnoxious saxophones that kill it for me.
It's really short but it's in the top 5% of shoegaze for sure.
Xinlisupreme is bad and you know it.
I love that cover, the album is not that great but I still forced myself to listen to it a few times extra just because of the cover.
GOAT cover coming trough.
Also Nowhere and Less that Zero / Urban Twilight.
That's correct. But something you see doesn't define your taste, I guess you'd never understand that since you have a trip.
As if I'm going to discuss my taste with you. Do you control what you like? Can you change what you like?
Although going to those lenghts of mental gymnastics to persuade yourself that xinlisupreme is good is dangerous per health.
What does this sound like? Will I like it if I don't like The Veldt?
Do we still like APTBS?
Elvis Costello, Television, and Sonic Youth.
Jazzmasters sold like shitcakes and ended up as cheapish pawnshop guitars. The above mentioned started using them, and SY was straight up hoarding them before their FL value jumped.
Is there any regular shoegaze with blast beats or would that just make it blackgaze?
Ceremony - Rocket Fire
>Shoegaze, Noise Pop,
Honestly most of my problems with that album are with the horrible, overly compressed sound. Since everything sounds loud and digital, there's no dynamic left, causing the whole thing to sound boring imo
Just heard this dream from Smiling Disease's label.
Rest of the tape isn't /shugazi/ at all tho :'(
I will never understand why this isn't well known.
It's like a blackgazey Cocteau Twins and features an amazing lineup of talented musicians
R. Loren - vocals / textures
J. Leah - vocals
Ted Parsons (Swans, Jesu, Godflesh) - drums
Simon Scott (Slowdive) - electronics
Aidan Baker (Nadja)- guitar
Colin Marston (Krallice, Dysrhythmia)- guitar
Vern Rumsey (Unwound)- bass
Prurient (Dominick Fernow of Hospital Productions, Cold Cave, etc)-
noise / electronics
James Blackshaw (Young God Records)- piano
Hildur Gudnadottir (Touch Records)- cello
Aaron Stainthorpe (My Dying Bride)- vocals on 2
Jonas Renkse (Katatonia)- vocals on 3
Marissa Nadler (Kemado Records)- vocals on 8
It's a good album for sure, but it really isn't like cocteau twins no matter how many times you say it. There are some victorialand-era-robin guthrie-ish guitar sounds on a few tracks, but that's about as far as I can see the comparison going.
Swirlies - They Spent Their Wild Youthful Days in the Glittering World of the Salons
Is this the best they have?
Use the archive senpai. Go to the search bar and type in "insert random band/album name" and add Mega, zippyshare or mediafire
So I wanna make some shoegaze type stuff and I'm trying to figure out how to make a recording sound good and I'm pretty pleased with how the guitars sound, but I'm not into the drum recording. I'm just looking for a second opinion, this isn't a song or anything just kind of a recording test.
what did you guys think of pic related?
Band of Susans - The Word and the Flesh
>Shoegaze, Noise Rock,
got this yesterday, it's amazing
I really need more catchy shoegaze like this
Does anyone have this?
Would-Be-Goods - The Camera Loves Me
bump where is everyone?
Who else has listened to this album? One of the best first listens for me. It was seriously incredible the first time, but I didn't really feel the need to replay it much.