can someone show me a NEW shoegaze band

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I'm glad that it seems there is an excitement about shoegaze recently. Can someone point me to a new shoegaze act? I know there have to be new bands popping up but where are they? ILM mentions M83 but their site crashes on me for some reason. Any other newbies that resurrect the great spirit would be appreciated.

cs appleby (cs appleby), Saturday, 13 December 2003 09:57 (twenty years ago) link

Calla

Alex in NYC (vassifer), Saturday, 13 December 2003 09:58 (twenty years ago) link

Are they a google away?

cs appleby (cs appleby), Saturday, 13 December 2003 10:00 (twenty years ago) link

Isn't everything?

Alex in NYC (vassifer), Saturday, 13 December 2003 10:01 (twenty years ago) link

Fine. I'm trying to be lazy but you insist.

cs appleby (cs appleby), Saturday, 13 December 2003 10:03 (twenty years ago) link

sigur ros!

weasel diesel (K1l14n), Saturday, 13 December 2003 10:06 (twenty years ago) link

Try epitonic for mp3s maybe. I saw them open for Firewater last week, and they struck me as rather Shoegazey. Not a Chapterhourse clone, mind you, but definitely inclined to indulge in a healthy bit of toe observation.

Alex in NYC (vassifer), Saturday, 13 December 2003 10:07 (twenty years ago) link

i think joy zipper are supposed to be shoegazer-y. i'm reviewing their newie this weekend but i haven't managed to listen to it yet. it's only 6 songs so i can give it several listens before writing...

weasel diesel (K1l14n), Saturday, 13 December 2003 10:10 (twenty years ago) link

Just checked out mp3's of Calla. Ehh. Thanks Alex anyhow. I'll check epitonic next.

cs appleby (cs appleby), Saturday, 13 December 2003 10:14 (twenty years ago) link

I thought they were pretty Ehh myself, but people were definetely into'em.

Alex in NYC (vassifer), Saturday, 13 December 2003 10:17 (twenty years ago) link

ulrich schnauss

gaz (gaz), Saturday, 13 December 2003 10:22 (twenty years ago) link

Ulrich..first search gets me to Discogs and some german site and then Warp. I'll keep on it.

cs appleby (cs appleby), Saturday, 13 December 2003 10:29 (twenty years ago) link

this thread sucks

Malory! Isobella! Paik! Pacific UV!

fucking Clairecords people!!!!

sort yourselves out

the surface noise (electricsound), Saturday, 13 December 2003 11:08 (twenty years ago) link

the Workhouse

Schwingung (Damian), Saturday, 13 December 2003 11:28 (twenty years ago) link

yeah!!!

the surface noise (electricsound), Saturday, 13 December 2003 11:46 (twenty years ago) link

Guitar and Pluramon.

JoB (JoB), Saturday, 13 December 2003 12:24 (twenty years ago) link

Kinski have a fair bit of the 'gaze as well, as do Bardo Pond, but both have a lot of other fish to fry in general.

Ned Raggett (Ned), Saturday, 13 December 2003 16:27 (twenty years ago) link

Pacific UV is like a poorman's Spiritualized, but still not bad.
Is Malory still around? Thy're good.

A Nairn (moretap), Saturday, 13 December 2003 17:58 (twenty years ago) link

The Peter Parkers, Mean Red Spiders and you'd probably like Readymade too.

Mr Noodles (Mr Noodles), Saturday, 13 December 2003 18:03 (twenty years ago) link

Some people really liked that Manitoba record

Sonny A. (Keiko), Saturday, 13 December 2003 18:16 (twenty years ago) link

my usual Marine Time Keepers mention, probably the prettiest, musically speaking, shoegazing band around today. radio dept is like a shoegazing band that writes pop songs and their new ep is wonderful.

keith m (keithmcl), Saturday, 13 December 2003 18:36 (twenty years ago) link

Guitar (that's the name of the band) has an album called "Sunkissed" that's probably up your alley.

Nom De Plume (Nom De Plume), Saturday, 13 December 2003 19:12 (twenty years ago) link

Timonium do a kinda shoegazey/slowcore thing. "Self Evidence" is a really pretty song.

Ian Johnson (orion), Saturday, 13 December 2003 19:22 (twenty years ago) link

Trouble with "shoegazer" is that it was so of-it's-time that anyone trying to re-create it - modern spin or not - end up being a complete revivalist band.

I think most bands these days that are labelled "shoegazer" would be better suited to "slowcore" or "dream-pop" labels.

Labelling is wrong.

Stupid (Stupid), Saturday, 13 December 2003 20:24 (twenty years ago) link

Maybe labeling is wrong. My personal view is to call Coldplay a shoegaze act. How the fuck is calling something slow core or dream-pop going to change a thing. This is an atmospheric aesthetic. Call it whatever you want. You know when you are there.

cs appleby (cs appleby), Saturday, 13 December 2003 20:45 (twenty years ago) link

You just said the C word.

Aaron W (Aaron W), Saturday, 13 December 2003 20:54 (twenty years ago) link

ooop..I wasn't supposed to cuss.

cs appleby (cs appleby), Saturday, 13 December 2003 22:13 (twenty years ago) link

"Maybe labeling is wrong. My personal view is to call Coldplay a shoegaze act. How the fuck is calling something slow core or dream-pop going to change a thing. This is an atmospheric aesthetic. Call it whatever you want. You know when you are there."

Coldplay have certainly been influenced by Catherine Wheel, My Bloody Valentine and other bands like that, but that's not to say they're a shoegazer band.

I guess this is a semantical debate. Shoegazer, to me, isn't about an "atmospheric aesthetic", it's much more specific than that.

Stupid (Stupid), Saturday, 13 December 2003 22:29 (twenty years ago) link

Thanks to the guy who called this a stupid thread for pointing me to Clairecords and for the shoegazer web ring.

I declare 2004 the year of the Shoegaze. I'm chinese for sake of argument. With all the discussion around here about it in the last month or so I feel Congress will agree.

A firecracker parade will follow.

cs appleby (cs appleby), Saturday, 13 December 2003 22:44 (twenty years ago) link

http://www.masstransfer.net

Nihilist Pop Star (mjt), Saturday, 13 December 2003 22:47 (twenty years ago) link

MT..what should I be looking at masstransfer?

cs appleby (cs appleby), Saturday, 13 December 2003 22:56 (twenty years ago) link

man i was drunk last night so don't take the stupid stuff personally

this thread is good now

the surface noise (electricsound), Saturday, 13 December 2003 22:57 (twenty years ago) link

And what is the dream-pop schtick? Kylie Minogue? Current 93 doing CrowleyMass? Coil doing Tainted Love in a less cabaret-type style?

cs appleby (cs appleby), Saturday, 13 December 2003 23:09 (twenty years ago) link

Some of Joy Zipper's stuff is shoe-gazery and some isn't. Conveniently, I have the most MBV sounding track up on my blog right now. The song is Baby You Should Know (go to the Friday 12/5 entry) and I like it a lot. Blog is www.mysticalbeast.blogspot.com and soon I'll teach myself how to post links.

dlp9001, Saturday, 13 December 2003 23:13 (twenty years ago) link

you'll thank me:

www.theearlies.com

the priest, Saturday, 13 December 2003 23:14 (twenty years ago) link

Also www.melodic.com - the new compilation of 'tracks for horses' includes some mighty fine orchestrated dream pop. worth checking out.

the priest, Saturday, 13 December 2003 23:18 (twenty years ago) link

Thanks Priest, but if you know these guys tell em' to lengthen their clips. If you can't hear a chorus on a clip then...

I will now check out melodic.com

cs appleby (cs appleby), Saturday, 13 December 2003 23:26 (twenty years ago) link

i think this thread shoudl be about wombedelia, not shoegazing. shoegazing just means lots of effects pedals and vague lyricism right? there is bound to be overlap into several other "genres".

keith m (keithmcl), Saturday, 13 December 2003 23:58 (twenty years ago) link

MT..what should I be looking at masstransfer?

I would click the "Free Sample Issue" button on the side and see what happens.

This zine is run by Ryan Anderson who used to play with Fuxa back in the old Michigan space rock days. Each issue comes with a free cd comp that is mostly showgaze and space rock. If you are interested in that sound they are very worth picking up. Ryan keeps the prices dirt cheap, they cost $7.20 a piece and that covers the shipping.

If you do decide to pick up back issues I would recommend that you start with issue three and work your way forward. The first couple issues were a bit patchy but they got better with every following issue.

As far as bands go, I would recommend looking into Tristeza/The Album Leaf, Cerberus Shoal, Landing, Hinterland, and Tex La Homa. ESOJ's(the surface noise) and Ned's picks are both completely otm and I would have recommended them myself if they had not beaten me to the punch.

Nihilist Pop Star (mjt), Sunday, 14 December 2003 00:09 (twenty years ago) link

Shoegazer Revival - S/D

Nick Mirov (nick), Sunday, 14 December 2003 02:36 (twenty years ago) link

You might like to check out some of the cassette-only releases on the Best Kept Secret label. http://www.indiepages.com/bestkeptsecret/.

Kent Burt (lingereffect), Sunday, 14 December 2003 04:40 (twenty years ago) link

you'd probably like Readymade too.

Readymade isn't exactly new. They were sending out annoying promo stuff 6/7 years ago.

Elvis Telecom (Chris Barrus), Sunday, 14 December 2003 05:46 (twenty years ago) link

give me some days to digest this lot y'all.

cs appleby (cs appleby), Sunday, 14 December 2003 07:56 (twenty years ago) link

yellow6

anthony kyle monday (akmonday), Sunday, 14 December 2003 08:13 (twenty years ago) link

Readymade's latest album, 'On Point and Red', is wonderful for this. Also, a Seattle band called The Melody Unit, who definitely take the dream-pop side, but are wonderful. Look into their 7-minute songs, 'April New Year' and 'Suite for Caesar', but really, their entire 'Choose Your Own Adventure' album.

derrick (derrick), Sunday, 14 December 2003 08:49 (twenty years ago) link

didnt like Yellow6 at all.

cs appleby (cs appleby), Sunday, 14 December 2003 22:57 (twenty years ago) link

neither do i to be honest, although a couple of their early singles are quite nice

the surface noise (electricsound), Sunday, 14 December 2003 22:58 (twenty years ago) link

the Words On Music label is leaning towards the shoegaze/dreampop thing as well. they released the excellent Fiel Garvie album

the surface noise (electricsound), Sunday, 14 December 2003 22:59 (twenty years ago) link

M83 is like Air in a shoegazer poncho. Even if their site keeps crashing (it has a buggy fake DOS interface) -- c'mon, you owe it to the hypnotic nerve centers to figure something out. Their Dead Cities, Red Seas, and Lost Ghosts has hit this encroaching winter for me on all levels.

Ian Christe (Ian Christe), Sunday, 14 December 2003 23:37 (twenty years ago) link

the Words On Music label is leaning towards the shoegaze/dreampop thing as well. they released the excellent Fiel Garvie album

The Meeting Places as well...reasonable enough rotegaze.

M83, now lemme tell ya, I guess I enjoyed the album the one time I heard it, but that was six months ago and I haven't felt any need to listen again.

Ned Raggett (Ned), Sunday, 14 December 2003 23:53 (twenty years ago) link

https://www.stereogum.com/2245469/tiktok-has-made-shoegaze-bigger-than-ever/columns/sounding-board/

are we talking about this anywhere else?

, Wednesday, 20 December 2023 09:38 (seven months ago) link

saw it this morning

very curious

the tiktok angle is strong and solid, sure, but ambient also seems very in vogue with gen z, and that's not, to my knowledge, tiktok related

I feel there must be pre-SoMe examples of generational genre revivals

corrs unplugged, Wednesday, 20 December 2023 10:16 (seven months ago) link

As the fairly-thorough article intimates, there is more than one shoegaze, and the sort to go properly viral is the sleepier, more drain rap /vibesy beats adjacent sort, because idk young people have been traumatised by internet exposure and need to numb the pain of existence or something, but it's cool to note that some actually good shoegaze is rising up alongside the dirges (for example it's nice to see Jane Remover get a shoutout, although I'd actually describe her stuff as kind of a bridge between numbgaze and something more structured and lively - the Best Draingazer lol)

imago, Wednesday, 20 December 2023 11:03 (seven months ago) link

'actually good shoegaze' = 'shoegaze that still remembers to be psych-rock/pop'

imago, Wednesday, 20 December 2023 11:10 (seven months ago) link

the big thing i don't understand is how duster (though they're not shoegaze) ended up with a such a following among younger people. when are low going to have a tiktok hit

i'm pretty sure beach house's "space song" was originally a youtube algorithm thing? or it was used in a tv show (years ago, not wednesday)? its popularity predates tiktok anyway i'm pretty sure

most of the stuff in that article is just 'we have deftones and hum at home' idk

ufo, Wednesday, 20 December 2023 11:50 (seven months ago) link

To really generalize it, Duster and shoegaze seem like just the sort of rock that would catch on with a generation that doesn’t really respect or like to rock.

Chris L, Wednesday, 20 December 2023 14:38 (seven months ago) link

And by respect I don’t mean show fealty to the rock gods, they just don’t seem interested in some of the sensations wild or abrasive rock n roll can provide. Or at least not without interrogating it to the point that they can’t.

Chris L, Wednesday, 20 December 2023 14:41 (seven months ago) link

Slowdive seems far bigger with the youth than with their contemporaries.

I like this a lot, best Vondré track yet

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OdlcmzP0Gi8

bendy, Wednesday, 20 December 2023 14:46 (seven months ago) link

the big thing i don't understand is how duster (though they're not shoegaze) ended up with a such a following among younger people.

― ufo, Wednesday, December 20, 2023 6:50 AM (three hours ago) bookmarkflaglink

I think it's because they capture a particular mood through their music that resonates with that demo... a blend of zoned-out and deep-feeling that carries a ton of weight without any melodrama. Poignant bliss that never gets too sappy. Slowdive deliver that kind of thing too.

Evan, Wednesday, 20 December 2023 15:23 (seven months ago) link

But there are a million 90s bands that can be described exactly that way. Don't get me wrong, Duster's cool and I think Stratosphere (which I only heard for the first time last year) is a good record, but weren't they at best like a fourth tier slowcore band at the time? Like I knew a lot of Codeine and Bedhead and even Rex fans back in the day and I don't recall any of them ever even mentioning Duster. The randomness of the algorithm is a mysterious thing

Paul Ponzi, Wednesday, 20 December 2023 16:09 (seven months ago) link

numero put out that box set in 2019, maybe gave the band some mystique from the perspective of young folx

brimstead, Wednesday, 20 December 2023 16:13 (seven months ago) link

i think duster was hyped on /mu but at this point i'm guessing 4chan et al is more of a milennial thing

global tetrahedron, Wednesday, 20 December 2023 16:19 (seven months ago) link

Well once their cult following gained momentum it totally snowballed, so at a certain point along the way they're benefitting from that effect, but I do believe their approach has something indescribable about it that hits differently than those other examples. Something about how they handle melody and sound design. I do hear a lot of variation across those bands you mentioned, but the stylings of newer bands in the genre are closest to Duster. It's hard to pin down.

But yes Duster was not a big deal when they came out at all. I picked up Stratosphere on vinyl for cheap in ~2010 or so and they still hadn't been rediscovered yet.

Evan, Wednesday, 20 December 2023 16:19 (seven months ago) link

It's kinda cool how with any scene, some bands reputation resonate with subseq

bendy, Wednesday, 20 December 2023 16:51 (seven months ago) link

somewhat related to the revive Cigarettes After Sex

𝔠𝔞𝔢𝔨 (caek), Wednesday, 20 December 2023 16:52 (seven months ago) link

speaking of Rex, tho not a shoegaze band— the Numero reissue of “C” this year was my intro to them, i fuck with this stuff so hard.

as far as the HTNT record— I like it a lot but I do sense some really weird production issues. the bass is muddy af, and at times the vocals are much more buried than at others— really inconsistent production-wise.

that said i still think it’s an excellent record

butt dumb tight my boners got boners (the table is the table), Wednesday, 20 December 2023 16:52 (seven months ago) link

...submit button problem

It's kinda cool how with any scene or movement, some bands' reputations bubble up with subsequent generations. Also, originators don't always become the ones who resonate the longest.

bendy, Wednesday, 20 December 2023 16:54 (seven months ago) link

"ignored at the time of release, so and so was discovered years later by collectors and quickly developed a massive cult following" is hardly a new phenomenon

Evan, Wednesday, 20 December 2023 16:59 (seven months ago) link

imago, you listen to Beyond Dawn? such a weird discography. i figured if anyone did here it would be you. cuz you weirdo. i've been listening to the last album on vinyl. they started out as 90s norwegian metal and then ended up being...whatever it is they ended up being.

this is from the last album. which is why i thought of you. hahaha!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQnu8KW1MVk

scott seward, Wednesday, 20 December 2023 17:56 (seven months ago) link

even in the mid-90s they were already weird:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0c4UceAHwqo

scott seward, Wednesday, 20 December 2023 17:56 (seven months ago) link

their first tape was this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvPXREnG7dY

scott seward, Wednesday, 20 December 2023 17:57 (seven months ago) link

anyhoo, carry on shoegazing shoegeezers!

scott seward, Wednesday, 20 December 2023 17:58 (seven months ago) link

Ooh ty will give that a whirl!

All Natural Lemon & Lime Flavours are the great underrated 90s shoegaze band and Kairon; IRSE the great underrated one now, among others ofc

Cigarettes After Sex are the single worst band in the world. I hate them with a passion you can only guess at

imago, Wednesday, 20 December 2023 18:00 (seven months ago) link

(and if you want something in between those eras, Coaltar Of The Deepers should be much, much bigger with The Kids than they are imo!)

imago, Wednesday, 20 December 2023 18:01 (seven months ago) link

kairon; irse is proggier/psychier than any of the original blend shoegaze bands imo. good stuff tho

kissinger on my list (voodoo chili), Wednesday, 20 December 2023 18:04 (seven months ago) link

speaking of 'we have [x] at home', this Bloody Comeback song is Ulver at home lol (I am enjoying it)

imago, Wednesday, 20 December 2023 18:06 (seven months ago) link

but yeah where are the kids trying to sound like this ;_;

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SlJwXe4dmSc

imago, Wednesday, 20 December 2023 18:23 (seven months ago) link

i still have my copy of turning into small. such a great mesh of my stereolab valentine. thy did it best in the states.

scott seward, Wednesday, 20 December 2023 18:32 (seven months ago) link

have put Frysh on, it's sounding quite interesting, excellent Y2Kwave (see also that one Fireside album)

imago, Wednesday, 20 December 2023 18:36 (seven months ago) link

we are however massively off-topic lol

imago, Wednesday, 20 December 2023 18:36 (seven months ago) link

Pitchfork w/their 2023 shoegaze revival article
https://pitchfork.com/features/article/the-shoegaze-revival-hit-its-stride-in-2023/

Elvis Telecom, Thursday, 28 December 2023 03:04 (six months ago) link

It has long seemed to me like the shoegaze approach to rock that has never dated or gone on a downswing, unlike the genres that it rose from -- goth, jangle, NYC noise, post-hardcore. Maybe because it has always sat in a sweet spot just below mainstream, accumulating interest as listeners age into it, hooks always buried enough you have to search for them. I don't really associate it with a generation or a wave. Like, when the UK music press tossed it aside, it was just getting going in the US.

bendy, Thursday, 28 December 2023 16:23 (six months ago) link

I remember feeling a bit superior about that at the time, the landmark MBV/Ride/Slowdive albums had been and gone - with just the occasional mention of the term as an arch callback to its original put-down usage - and then the US was all “hay guys I looooove shoegaze” and lots of not-really-relevant or second-rate bands being picked up seemingly at random.

assert (matttkkkk), Thursday, 28 December 2023 16:58 (six months ago) link

i was way into it and it woulda happened if it wasn’t for that meddling grunge. but all grunge did was push shoegaze just under the surface where it’s festered and now it is a wonderful ubiquitous toxic algae bloom.

digital chirping and whirring (Hunt3r), Thursday, 28 December 2023 22:05 (six months ago) link

one month passes...

Concrete Avalanche posts a pretty good intro guide to Chinese shoegaze https://jakenewby.substack.com/p/a-beginners-guide-to-chinese-shoegaze

Elvis Telecom, Thursday, 22 February 2024 03:14 (five months ago) link

two months pass...

Really into the new somesurprises record, they’re touring the east coast in a couple weeks https://somesurprises.bandcamp.com/album/perseids

JoeStork, Monday, 29 April 2024 15:24 (two months ago) link

Yeah I need to get around to listening to that -- Catbus, a Bluesky account I've been following for a while for the good new shoegaze recs, has talked this up and I know I have it around here somewhere!

Ned Raggett, Monday, 29 April 2024 15:27 (two months ago) link

two weeks pass...

there’s a new Belong album coming out . the sample tracks seem a little odd but gotta say, not on my bingo card for the year

https://belong.bandcamp.com/album/realistic-ix

butt dumb tight my boners got boners (the table is the table), Thursday, 16 May 2024 02:09 (two months ago) link

also admit that their second album continues to get regular plays 13 years later

butt dumb tight my boners got boners (the table is the table), Thursday, 16 May 2024 02:09 (two months ago) link

1) always amazes when i see release dates like 3 mos away, and while it makes sense to me roughly understanding what is supposed to happen, it still seems soooo far away, it would stress the hell out of me if i were an artist.
2) recommendation of stuff unknown to me from trusted source— another good day

well below the otm mendoza line (Hunt3r), Thursday, 16 May 2024 02:21 (two months ago) link

my kid is way into all of this now. I think i said elsewhere that duster played one of the worst sets I've ever seen a band play probably 20 years ago. It's cool they have this revival; they're headlining the Warfield in SF! that's so weird. obviously I like all of these bands and even like some of the new ones. We saw Soft Blue Shimmer at a bar in SF last week and they were really good.

I? not I! He! He! HIM! (akm), Thursday, 16 May 2024 03:56 (two months ago) link

one month passes...

They Are Gutting a Body of Water put out a collection of previously unreleased tracks earlier this week and they've been kicking my ass. For my money they're the most interesting band making shoegaze/adjacent music right now--doing a whole lot more than just rehashing old sounds. They incorporate electronic music in really cool and sometimes subtle ways, have a bit of a glitch thing going, and work in some breakbeats here and there. Got to see them play in NYC back in March and though it was a very short set, it was most excellent. Had almost DnB-like tracks playing through a sequencer or something in between songs played by the band.

And what's the deal with Philly? Seems to be a pretty clear thruline from Alex G-->Blue Smiley-->TAGABOW. Don't know that I'll be able to find the interviews but I seem to remember the guy from Blue Smiley calling themselves an Alex G tribute band and then another interview with the guy from TAGABOW calling themselves a Blue Smiley tribute band. But each is much more than their influences.

So, anybody else keen on these guys?

Ubiquitor, Friday, 21 June 2024 18:02 (one month ago) link

What’s the album? Doesn’t seem to ge on their bandcamp page.

Tsar Bombadil (James Morrison), Saturday, 22 June 2024 00:12 (one month ago) link

swanlike (loosies 2020-2023)

It's up on spotify and youtube

Ubiquitor, Saturday, 22 June 2024 00:33 (one month ago) link

I love TAGABOW. I didn't get into "s" quite as much as Dextiny XL, but I agree completely that they're doing more interesting stuff w/ shoegaze than most.

I am a major sucker for heavy distortion, warped sounds and tons o' fuzz.

You know Blue Smiley's main songwriter passed away several years ago now, yeah?

alpine static, Saturday, 22 June 2024 07:48 (one month ago) link

"what's the deal with Philly?"

best indie rock scene in America for a decade now, probably? i assume it's because everywhere nearby got too expensive and artists ended up there. (idk, i live 3,000 miles away.)

alpine static, Saturday, 22 June 2024 07:49 (one month ago) link

Mad not to make the album buyable.

Tsar Bombadil (James Morrison), Saturday, 22 June 2024 11:51 (one month ago) link

three weeks pass...

Philly is pretty good for independent music and always has been, ime as someone both from here and as someone who left for 15 years only to return. The punk/hc and indie-rock scene of the mid to late 90s was incredible, and it's kept up since then tbh.

butt dumb tight my boners got boners (the table is the table), Friday, 19 July 2024 16:41 (five days ago) link

xpost alpine static, yeah it's a damn shame. Spotify algorithm fired Blue Smiley across my bow a few months before the remaining members put out their previously unreleased material in the fall of '23 and I was utterly crestfallen to hear that the brains behind the operation had passed away. Their music sounds like it comes from a damaged soul, but it has a particularly uplifting quality that I feel can only come from such a source.

Ubiquitor, Saturday, 20 July 2024 00:24 (four days ago) link

The new album by Orcas (Rafael Anton Irisarri + Benoît Pioulard) came out this week and will make your ears bleed technicolor

https://orcasmorr.bandcamp.com/album/how-to-color-a-thousand-mistakes

Xgau Murder Spa (nikola), Saturday, 20 July 2024 16:53 (four days ago) link


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