alright guys, it's been a while since the last /shugazi/ thread, which will probably be only happening weekly to keep these threads and discussion fresh. So, time for a new one!
I'm listening to the new LSD and the Search for God right now and I'm missing those strong melodies the first EP had, and the noise sounds kinda flat and I'd like for the vocals to be a little louder, but I'm like halfway through my first listen so what do I know.
What do you guys think and what were you expecting from the new LSD?
Alright guys give me some quality recs similar to pic related
For anyone who doesn't have it:
LSD and the search for God - Heaven Is a Place
>shoegaze, dream pop
Why is Josh T. Pearson from Lift To Experience so based?
Any similar artist / albums to the pic?
Also, check out avalancher by the cherry wave I f you don't know it.
They're alright, I like the mix of acoustic and electronic instruments, and the electronic percussion and stuff, but I think the melodies are generally uninteresting and not really noteworthy. I'm really only talking about Last Night Something Happened.
Would any of you guys say this is krautrock-inspired? I'm looking for more of this hypnotic driving shit.
Have you guys heard this? It's Dif Juz's Huremics. It's pretty much dancy post punk where the guitars have dreamy effects.
"Beams" off of Shlohmo's Dark Red sounds like a Deafheaven song, but I can't remember which one. Help.
>tfw Sound of Ceres' first album was announced 8 months ago, with the tracklist, and still isn't out
It sounds like a perfect hybrid of Hidden Lands and Ceres & Calypso, judging by the single. Candy Claws helped me through some shitty times.
Yeah, when I saw it I noticed that it sounded exactly like Candy Claws, but I didn't know the song. I only found out Sound of Ceres was putting out stuff after I looked at the credits.
Some dude made a thread where he said he pronounced shoegaze "like fugazi" so that's where it came from. Now we use it to refer to all the shoegaze related and influenced styles.
I didn't care for it much. The terrible cover art was off-putting, but after finally listening to it, I'll probably never go for a second listen. Maybe sometime but my backlog is huge enough.
Anyone able to recommend rare /Bandcampgaze/? Preferrably from a unique country
>Shoegaze, noise pop, Taiwan
Ceremony - Disappear
>Shoegaze, Noise Pop, Post-Punk,
that ride ep coming up for air
Can someone upload LSD and the search for god's self titled album from 2007?
Any of you guys heard this spacey slammer?
Holy shit. And I thought Suvlaki was good.
Primal instantly became one of my favourite songs.
Funnily enough, I immediately ordered all their albums, all 2CD versions, when I was done listening to that one. Both it and Souvlaki genuinely get me emotional, especially Primal. That crescendo of melodies starting at 3 minutes is just beautiful. They do that a lot on Just for a Day, too.
Haven't listened to Pygmalion yet but I can't imagine it being better than Just for a Day. It'd be amazing if it was though.
I imagine there'll be a lot of EP and B-side songs on the second discs of the albums so that's sorted too.
Slowdive are great!
Can anyone recommend anything similar to pic related that isn't whirr?
Souvlaki and Pygmalion are "better" but my favorite album of theirs is Just for a Day.I don't know what it is but something in that album just clicks for me unlike their other 2 albums. Also, Primal is my favorite song of theirs.
Fuck all these indie dream pop/shoegaze bands in this trend. They're all shitty except maybe Beach House, but I don't know. I'm talking about PoBPaH or School of Seven Bells, or Radio Dept.
Honestly can anything amount to Loveless? 90% of the shoegaze I've listened to is uninspired derivative bullshit. Am I missing something or does the genre really suck that bad that nothing has outdone the album that ""created"" it almost 25 years later?
I really, really liked Eureka. You should try listening to it.