“Carpet Farm” is a track from the album Someone Who Isn’t Me by Brooklyn band What Moon Things. The song is a mix of shoegaze and 80’s dream-pop with its loud echoed guitars. Hear it below.
Check out the dark and gory video “Famine Asylum” from Philadelphia shoegaze band Nothing. The band recently released their new album The Great Dismal.
“Now I Know You Could Never Be the One” is a fantastic track from shoegaze band The Meeting Places. The drums and echoing guitar chords move in parallel spaces which creates a chamber of sound. Check it out below.
“Dissonance” is an atmospheric and dream pop track that I truly enjoy from Nashville band Hammock. The whispered vocals and wall of sound from the guitars is a wonder to hear. Check it out below.
“Dig” is one of my favorite tracks from shoegaze band Nothing’s debut album Guilty of Everything. I love the 90’s grunge-inspired sound and the Dominic Palermo’s vocals on the song. Check it out below.
“Our Plague” is a lovely dream-pop song from Nothing’s album Tired of Tomorrow. I really enjoy Dominic Palermo’s whispery vocals on this track as well as the quiet guitars looping around it. Check it out below.
Shoegaze band Nothing’s “The Dead Are Dumb” has a Twin Peaksesque feel with its reverberating bassline throughout the song. It is both unsettling and wonderful to hear. Check out the track below.
I am really hyped for the new DIIV album that is coming out in a few months and I have been listening to the band’s discography once again. “Dust” is a standout track from the album Is the Is Are with its fantastic riffs. Check it out below.
“Ever (Foreign Flag)” is a moody dream pop song from Team Sleep. Chino Moreno’s vocals are smooth and striking as his pensive lyrics reach out to the listener. Check it out below.
“Moon In My Mouth” is a gorgeous track from No Joy’s 2015 album More Faithful. The song is quiet and features a perfect blend of guitar riffs. Check it out below.