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post #61 of 67

Gonna have to recommend this band to anyone that likes Shoegaze. This record is lush with different sounds like Chiptune and IDM, but it makes it sound so cohesive for such an eclectic album. 

 

post #62 of 67
Been on a heavy psychedelic kick lately and watching a video of Anton Newcombe who recommended The KBV, The Dead Skelatons, Les Big Bird. Then discovered The Janators and Sunn.
Edited by JamesHuntington - 7/21/14 at 7:38pm
post #63 of 67

Wow, I discovered some pretty cool stuff going through this thread.

I thought I'd share one of my favourites:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2sL3dDQNXn4#t=1097

post #64 of 67

I had never heard of Shoegaze until a few months ago when I found a numbered 2 disc LP in very good condition mixed in with a bunch of trash records at a thrift store. Didn't know anything about it but the vinyl was like green marble. There was a sale on so it was only 80 cents.

 

It was a Seattle band called Sleepy Eyes of Death. They had a kickstarted campaign to put out a vinyl record that combined 2 of their albums.

 

Turned out that I liked it a lot so the vinyl wasn't just pretty to look at. And thats how I learned about Shoegaze. :)

 

 


Edited by yeahx - 2/5/15 at 10:56pm
post #65 of 67

i love My Bloody Valentine and The Raveonettes :D

 


Edited by Fabithierry - 2/14/15 at 1:45pm
post #66 of 67

Raveonettes are a great lead in to the genre much less hard core than My Bloody Valentine

Also check Sleigh Bells And Blood Red Shoes

post #67 of 67

Yes to Raveonettes! Very much enjoy.

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