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Old 09-07-2010, 12:51 PM   #2351 (permalink)
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I'd love to find some more Shoegaze, I don't have a lot. My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive, Mazzy Star.

Either some really great Shoegaze, or Shoegaze with a Dream Pop feel to it would be great. I really Souvlaki and So Tonight That I Might See.
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Old 09-07-2010, 05:38 PM   #2353 (permalink)
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HELLZ YEA

Shoegazey Dream Pop seems like it's built for a girls voice, thanks for the recommendation. I'm really liking this Shoegaze Dream Pop stuff, can't wait to find more of it.
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Old 09-07-2010, 05:47 PM   #2354 (permalink)
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Shoegazey Dream Pop seems like it's built for a girls voice, thanks for the recommendation. I'm really liking this Shoegaze Dream Pop stuff, can't wait to find more of it.
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Slowdive
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Only one I've heard of/like from that list is Slowdive, so thanks a lot! I'm in for a treat if it's as good as some of the stuff I've heard lately.
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I'd love to find some more Shoegaze, I don't have a lot. My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive, Mazzy Star.

Either some really great Shoegaze, or Shoegaze with a Dream Pop feel to it would be great. I really Souvlaki and So Tonight That I Might See.
If it's great shoegaze you're after check out Swirlies and Bethany Curve. You might also like Cocteau Twins since they're probably the defining dream-pop band and a huge influence on shoegaze.

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Holy crap that's amazing! I've never heard of them before, thanks for that one.
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Slowdive
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School Of Seven Bells
I'd definitely recommend those two as well, Cranes especially. Haven't heard of Tearwave or School of Seven Bells, but I'm intrigued.

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im getting really into the emo rock scene, also like pop (not techno or stuff you'd hear in the club, not a big fan of that) and mellow rock.
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I'd love to find some more Shoegaze, I don't have a lot. My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive, Mazzy Star.

Either some really great Shoegaze, or Shoegaze with a Dream Pop feel to it would be great. I really Souvlaki and So Tonight That I Might See.
Ride, Loop and I'm also joining in recommendations for Cranes and Cocteau Twins. But, I really want to recommend this underrated band, hardly mentioned here, Pale Saints. I only listened to one album, but I used to listen to it a lot - The Comforts of Madness (1990) (I think they don't have that many albums)



This song is long about 5 min. and so, but this video is longer for unknown reasons (lots of silence after song ends). Also there's a song on this album called 'Fell from the Sun', which is actually a cover of the original song from Opal, another great band from the 80s. They're not exactly shoegaze, more like neo-psychedelia. What might be of interest to you is that from this band Mazzy Star emerged, after Hope Sandoval replaced Kendra Smith.

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Swirlies are a pretty cool shoegaze band too.

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