Posts Tagged ‘Music’

Shoegazer Sunday: Nothing’s “Endlessly”

Sunday, June 28th, 2015

Here’s “Endlessly,” another song off Nothing’s Guilty of Everything:

Shoegazer Sunday: Mermaids’ While Spectres Waltz

Sunday, June 21st, 2015

My search for waltz-time Shoegaze continues apace with Mermaids’ “While Spectres Waltz.”

Shoegazer Sunday: SPC ECO’s “Fuck You”

Sunday, June 14th, 2015

SPC SCO’s Rose Berlin seems very out of sorts with you for some reason…

Shoegazer Sunday: Windermere’s “Trailer Park”

Sunday, May 31st, 2015

As far as I can tell, this Windermere is a defunct Post-Rock/Shoegaze band from Denmark, not the current band from new Jersey. They sound a bit like Jeniferever if the latter’s lead singer could sing a bit better. “Trailer Park” is a pretty song with a long build.

Appropriate Music for Austin Right Now

Monday, May 25th, 2015

What, too obvious?

Plus information on where it’s flooding in Austin right now.

Shoegazer Sunday: The Hope Slide’s “The Prince William Sound”

Sunday, May 17th, 2015

The Hope Slide is a Canadian Band named after a natural disaster and, like Great Northern, has a name that make it hard to search for information about them on Google. Evidently the two principles were previously in a different Shoegaze band called Hinterland. Here’s “The Prince William Sound.” (Speaking of songs that are hard to Google…)

Shoegazer Sunday: Thee Heavenly Music Association’s “Trip Seat”

Sunday, May 10th, 2015

The opening of “Trip Seat by Thee Heavenly Music Corporation (yes, two “E”s in Three) reminds me of both REM’s “Finest Worksong” and A Beautiful Machine’s “Home.”

Shoegazer Sunday: Tears Run Rings’ “Mind the Wire”

Sunday, May 3rd, 2015

It’s been a couple of years since I posted something from Tears Run Rings, so here’s “Mind the Wire.”

Shoegazer Sunday: Nothing’s “B & E”

Sunday, April 26th, 2015

And here’s Philadelphia-based Nothing with “B & E.”

Shoegazer Sunday: Echodrone’s “Noisebed”

Sunday, April 19th, 2015

Still grooving on Echodrone’s new album Five. My favorite piece from the album is “Noisebed,” which has some absolutely lovely harmonies:

So consistent is their sound that only after repeated listenings to Five did I notice that original lead singer Meredith Gibbons had left and been replaced by Rachel Lopez (who seems to have a bit higher range).