We also welcome dream pop, noise pop, and blackgaze.
Have we made a chart on what we think are the best shoegaze releases to come out in 2014? That could be fun.
Listened to this for the first time last night, listening again now. I really don't know what to think about it.
first albums p good idk about this though
ceremony sucks lmao
what does everyone think of jessamine? or kranky as a label in general? listened to most of this yesterday... solid 7.5/10
Any fans of Flying Saucer Attack?
I like MASS OF THE FERMENTING DREGS and recently got into Kinoko Teikoku's Uzu Ni Naru. What should I check out next?
So is this the only truly happy sounding shoegaze album? The only thing that I can think of that comes close is like Lush, but that's only partly.
I really like it, I haven't listened to it in a while so I can't really tell you anything specific right now. I like the line "no word's more misused than "absurd," but no word's more absurd than "misused."". Or that least that's the line I remember the most. Also, do people consider this shoegaze? It's like slowcore right? I was recommended it in another shoegaze thread a while ago.
This is the best album to come out of the whole shoegaze revival of the last fifteen years.
what do you guys think of seefeel? trip-hopgaze similar to bowery electric.
I hate it more when people use dream pop and shoegaze interchangeably.
Yes, there is a lot of overlap, and if you like one, you should like the other, but following the charts is just one big gamble if you want one but not the other.
yeah but no one with any actual sense of either genre would mix them up, but its an understandable mistake. the most shoegaze slowcore i can think of is probably japancakes or something along those lines
Alcest - Souvenirs d'un autre monde
>Shoegaze, Post-Rock, Blackgaze,
Pinkshinyultrablast - Everything Else Matters
>Shoegaze, Noise Pop, Post-Rock,
Hey how many of you heard this? It has soem of the most interesting songwriting I've heard in shoegaze, and it's probably the most whimsical-sounding noise pop album too. Kevin Shields' brother was in this band, too, but I don't think he's on this album.