UK Cinema – English Girls

UK Cinema – English Girls

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Canadian quintet UK Cinema released their first single “English Girls” on digital format on the 2nd of November along with a new video, directed and shot by Black Lake. The song is a melancholy, dreamy, laid back tune that will go down well with fans of Day Wave and Wild Nothing etc. Gossamer guitar-scapes are sustained […]

Bolinas – Vacation & Angostura

Bolinas – Vacation & Angostura

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Bolinas are a dreampop quartet I came across by accident on Soundcloud suggestions, and immediately adored! The band, and their perfectly sultry beachy sound, are obviously from the cradle of current dreampop (aka California), and were formed by singer/ guitarist Chris Thomas;  bass-player and producer Phil McGinn;  drummer Dwight Stannard and recent keyboard addition Anna San Juan. Bolinas was […]

AKWUAR – Millions of Same Faces

AKWUAR – Millions of Same Faces

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We are pleased to introduce you to a whole new name in indie-dom and present this first single/ video release by DIY indie project AKWUAR. The single is called “Millions of Same Faces“, the video will be released November 13th, followed up by the release of a self-titled full EP in January 2018, that will available on […]

Dreampop: from Cocteau to Craft Spells

Dreampop: from Cocteau to Craft Spells

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As some of you know, I curate a Dreampop (Jangle and Twee) music group on Facebook and I do notice that the term “dreampop” in itself, seems to a confusing one. It is often mixed up, associated or even so much as equalled to term “shoegaze”. I guess the confusion is understandable and if we […]

Light upon Brief Candles

Light upon Brief Candles

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Today marks a little bit of post-show depression for me, as I just wrapped up the concert weekend that I look forward to most here in Michigan each year, Kalama-Shoegazer. I have been attending this event for the past few years, and it’s not only a collection of some of the best Shoegaze and Dreampop […]

Japanese Breakfast – Soft Sounds from Another Planet live & highlights

Japanese Breakfast – Soft Sounds from Another Planet live & highlights

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Japanese Breakfast was one of the last bands on the line-up of the 25th anniversary London Calling edition (yes,yours truly was there at the very first edition in 1992 as well!) in Amsterdam. I had been there since the afternoon and seen quite a number of acts already. Frankie Rose cancelling was a major disappointment,  […]