Top 5 album releases 2017 by Fadeawayradiate crew: I think this last year saw some really great releases, as opposed to last year, when everybody was scratching their heads a bit. This year we saw the triumphant return of Slowdive, a way overdue release of Airiel, and a strong comeback of Frankie Rose, but also […]
I did this Youtube playlist for SWIT magazine but decided it looks good on here as well of course 😉 Enjoy!
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 […]
Dream of Poppies playlist : 10 current dreampop gems
A Thousand Hours are Red Collier – vocals, guitar, keyboards, production; Demi Haynes – vocals, guitar and bass and Albert Gresens – guitar, bass There are some songs which are like ghosts that inhabit a certain hour, a certain place. Beyond these places, they only manifest as bad feelings or pleas, begging someone to visit them in their haunts in the […]
Dreampop project Day Wave /Jackson Phillips has recently signed a fresh deal with Californian label Harvest Records, also the house of Best Coast, and Richard Ashcroft. He’s celebrating the news with a brand-new single named “Wasting Time: which might lead us to conclude that that will be a closed chapter from now on. The new single adds nothing truly […]
Tears Run Rings “In Surges” / Full song by song review Deep Space Recordings Release date: December 2, 2016 The album is up for pre-order now: Pre-Order “In Surges” As one of many raindrops in the mighty wave of sound-texture/noise rock bands we collectively call the shoegaze scene, Tears Run Rings (which was […]
Live review, interview with Gary Daly, and review of “Autumn in the Neighbourhood “ As much as I enjoy listening to old 80’s bands sometimes and go “oh yeah..that…what the hell were we thinking?!”…most of them sound really period-bound and it’s hard not to think it’s just interesting from a kitschy/retro view-point. I am not likely […]