Yep, another Slowdive rarity…
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I think Mvnich, despite having a name some render as “Munich,” hail from Spain. Other than that, I have very little information on them. Here’s “Magnicide.”
Though you can’t tell from the video description, this is Ireland’s Tuath performing “Ag dúnmharú an timpeallacht” live. It’s a straightforward guitar-drive instrumental piece. (I only know the name of the song by tracking down their bandcamp page for the album it came from.)
(Hat tip (indirectly): Primal Music Blog.)
Here’s an entire hour-long Slowdive concert that took place less than two weeks ago at the Paredes de Coura festival in Portugal. Evidently this went out on Portuguese radio (in mono), and includes nice versions of “Catch the Breeze” and “Machine Gun.”
And just as soon as Slowdive puts out a live album from the current tour I’ll be in full “shut up and take my money” mode…
Yep, another Waltzy bit of Shoegaze, this one from Brooklyn’s The Big Sleep.
For your Sunday dose of Shoegaze, here’s “Windstorm,” a nice song from earlier in School of Seven Bells’ career.
A pleasant Shoegazey song set to someone’s video of their vacation in Japan. It’s actually pretty cool.
At some point The Kritzlers apparently became Cochlear Kill.
For your Sunday dose of Shoegaze, here’s Tennis System covering A Flock of Seagulls’ “Space Age Love Song.”
In other news, A Flock of Seagulls had songs other than “I Ran”…