Posts Tagged ‘Spain’

Shoegazer Sunday: Linda Guilala “Monstruo”

Sunday, July 9th, 2017

Here’s Spain’s Linda Guilala (a band, not a woman) with “Monstruo” off their album Psiconáutica, which I might have to pick up, as the tracks strike me as a tasty mix of Shoegaze, classic analog synth and just a dash of 8-bit.

(Hat tip: Sounds Better With Reverb, which seems to have stopped updating after the end of 2016.)

Shoegazer Sudnay: Mvnich’s “Magnicide”

Sunday, September 20th, 2015

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.”

Shoegazer Sunday: Silvania’s “Trilce”

Sunday, February 9th, 2014

Silvania is Peruvian duo currently resident in Spain (and not a manufacturer of inferior lightbulbs). “Trilce” is from the “floaty, spacy” branch of Shoegaze.

I hope you like religious statuary…