Tag Archives: Shoegaze

Glass Horses release self-titled debut EP

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Glass Horses

Introducing London’s Glass Horses who reference shoegaze and psychedelic bands like Ride, Novella, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Froth, and L.A Witch as influences have released their debut self-titled EP. The band were born out of Terry’s bedroom. He’d been writing songs at home for a couple of years doing the vocals, keyboards and guitar and hooked up with James who he’d been… Read more »

BETS give classic Violent Femmes LP a shoegaze makeover

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BETS

Following up from her critically acclaimed debut album ‘Days Hours Nights,’ Brooklyn based indie pop singer BETS has announced her new full-album cover of the Violent Femmes’ 1983 self-titled debut breakout record. Skillfully washing a lush wall of noise to the classic tracks, the result is a neo-psychedelia, shoegaze record with a pop twist. I’m loving the sound of this reworking especially since I HATE… Read more »

SIANspheric return with new track ‘I Have It’

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SIANspheric

SIANspheric have shared their new single, I Have It, which is lifted from their new album ‘Writing The Future in Letters Of Fire,’ their first LP since 2001’s ‘The Sound of the Colour of the Sun’. The song features local friends Earth, Wind and Choir and their soaring vocals. Take a listen to the swirling lush shoegaze as only SIANspheric can create… Read more »

The Love Between release debut single ‘Believe It’

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The Love Between

The Love Between have released their debut single Believe It, which is lifted from the upcoming full-length ‘Lowering the Highs’ slated for release in the fall. Clocking in at just under two and a half minutes, it’s gritty and fuzzy, with an upbeat vibe. It’s a perfect little slice of authentic UK shoegaze mixed with American indie rock; it’s an amazing… Read more »

Album Review: Kestrels – Kestrels

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Kestrels

Halifax noise-pop power trio Kestrels return with their new self-titled LP to be released worldwide September 30, 2016 via Hamilton, Ontario’s fabled Sonic Unyon label. Regrouping after the band lost key boutique, modded, and vintage equipment from a van and gear theft, they’ve created a record that’s right in our musical sweet spot – combining fuzzy, noisy guitars with catchy melodies. It fits nicely into Sonic… Read more »