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Avant GardeDoomMusicPost RockReviewsshoegaze

This album made me sink. I hit play and it immediately drugged and sedated me. It’s like a constant flow of morphine, endorphin and psychedelics blowing like a cosmic wind through every cell of your body and causing permanent changes in your consciousness and perception. Every note played, every whisper,

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Apocalyptic BluesDoomFeaturedMusicshoegaze

Label:Throne Records  Release Date: Dec.1st December is always a depressing month, so it’s the perfect time for the Brighton trio called Fvnerals to drop their debut full-length, the Light. They weave their web using synths, drums, guitar and vocals, making them emotionally heavy, like back when Micheal Gira would let

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FeaturedPost RockReviewsshoegaze

Black Love’s debut full length is a record of contrasts. The music, crisp in its production, is constructed around the stretching vistas of shimmering post-rock. The vocals, meanwhile, are claustrophobic and lower-than-lo-fi; a muffled, desperate scream that sounds like it’s fighting for air. Also at odds with itself is the

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FeaturedMusicPost Rockshoegaze

Label: Graveface Records From the first note, it’s evident this San Francisco band is showing up with an intent to inject a harder punch into their ethereal shimmer. Sure, shoegaze is the most obvious sub-genre label to tag them with, but the album feels just as influenced by Sonic Youth

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Music Videosshoegaze

I’m not sure about you, but I like my shoegaze wrapped in thick blankets of feedback and dipped in unhealthy amounts of fuzz! CRISIS ARM creates the gaze that puts my mind in the right kind of haze! CVLT Nation is stoked to be premiering their new video “Positions” below…You

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Avant GardePost RockPost-Punkshoegaze

During a talk at the Building Institute in 1975, Russian film-maker and theorist, Andrey Tarkovsky, was asked of his film Mirror: ‘What is the subject of Mirror, its idea, moral, plot, development, denouement?’ Tarkovsky’s response was unabashedly postmodern: ‘The writer of that question clearly considers that all those things are

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