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its been a while and I just saw pic related so I figured why not make one

>tfw ended up falling in love with her over the course of her set then slightly despairing when I realized the other guitarist was her husband then majorly despairing when I realized I had no cash on hand and couldn't buy vinyl and get it signed by her

all in and all it was still a great show

IF YOU HAVEN'T LISTENED TO THIS ALBUM YET DO SO ITS SO GOOD

have you guys seen any cool performances recently?
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>>73953548
can noise rock really be considered shugazi?
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>>73953626
why not?
all the genres I listed put me in a similar spot on the feel spectrum, noise rock just more energetic.
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I want somebody to talk about shoegaze with
Im sick of talking about it to strangers on the internet
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>>73953698
join your university radio thats what I did and it worked out well for a while
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>>73953712
but I'm out of college
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>>73953626
not unless it contains shoegaze elements
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AA1e255zVow
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>>73953712
Thinking about doing this. They said I could have a whole hour to myself. How was it ?
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>>73953775
still one of my favorite albums ever. All the shilling I did of this album has payed off
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>>73953928
Probably one of the most meaningful things I did in college, it was great and I made a lot of cool friends and got to meet a lot of chill musicians as a result. Nobody SUPER SUPER big though, Beach Fossils was probably the most popular.

Learned a lot about music too and was able to get a lot of tunes ahead of release date due to promo companies sending us stuff to play all the time.

Definitely do it

>>73953733
iktf I wish I started earlier t b h. Are any of your friends open to music?
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>>73954019
If you're the one that got me into them a whiiile ago thank you
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>>73954078
yea but my one friend stopped listening to albums with me when what.cd went down
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>>73954133
you're welcome man. Here's a higher quality version of the cover
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>>73954019
it did but i prefer the first one 2bh
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>>73953548
>Been HUGE Japanese Breakfast fan for years.
>Nobody on /mu/ cared.
>They release their best album yet
>see them on here all the time now.

Not mad or anything, just think its cool a lot of people on here like them now. Makes me happy.
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>>73954383
I got into them with Psychopomp a while back, the LP was sent to my school's radio station when it dropped and I fell in love immediately with the sound. So happy I was able to finally see a live show, for free too
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>>73954362
Their first one for me was too enamoured by its influences. I feel that with I Believe in You, they really came full circle.
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>>73954383
Thats not always a good thing. Not like I visit this board enough to care.

I'm very selective to who I share my music with.
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>>73954461
>Thats not always a good thing.

Don't be that guy who cares way too much about a band's fanbase
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>>73953548
I just listened to Psychopomp recently and it was pretty damn good.

Finally gave this a listen too recently and I thought it was pretty 'eh'.
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>>73954419
I found Big American Sound on bc forever ago and fell in love. It was actually the first thing I ever bought from bc. Ive still got the tape they probably hand recorded too. (REALLY quiet and hissy.) Got to see them live at Cats Cradle. Fucking amazing live!
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>>73954471
No, I just dont like the average person who visits this board. For example not that long ago there was a thread with this same album with WHITED as the subject.

If you spam any random shit you can get these retards to listen to it.
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>>73954681
>No, I just dont like the average person who visits this board
I can agree with this I guess. Every now and then I find a person capable of critical thought thats fun to talk to and every now and then someone posts a meme thats actually funny and not some shit rehash and it makes me think there's a decent amount of people here are alright.
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>>73954383
Tons of ppl were into Psychopomp last year
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bump before i go to bed
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>>73956256
thank you, /shugazi/ must live on.
also, could anyone tell me why it's called "shugazi"? newfag here
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>>73957027
shoe gaze
because theres so many pedals guitarrists keep looking at the floor during performances
or thats what ive heard
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Someone recommended Ambersmoke in another thread and I'm really digging them

>>73957027
Because it's a play on Fugazi.
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>>73957027
I believe it's in reference to a post made years ago where someone thought "shoegaze" was pronounced "shugazi" like the band Fugazi.
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>>73953775

wow I love this, do you maybe have a link for download?
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>>73958382
shameless mob shill where u @
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>>73958382
>>73958432
Mob - I Believe in You [FLAC]
>released 2002
>Post-rock, noise rock, shoegaze, post-hardcore
>influences include sonic youth, mogwai, and my bloody valentine
https://mega.nz/#F!scgGCRoI!kXMG-3WUlE6mpS0PDmxEWQ
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>>73953712
>tfw place of study doesn't have one of these
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>>73953548
>starts a thread with this shitty band
get some tastes dude, Japanese breakfast suck.
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How do we feel about pic related? This shit REALLY grew on me.
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top of 2017 so far??
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>>73953548
opinions on sore eyelids s/t lads?
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I'm pumped for the next eye candy album as it will actually have a producer involved
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>>73962880
Big fan of them, but it feels like they fell off the face of the earth

>>73961866
Sea When Absent is better but not by much

>>73961845
Suck my ass dude.
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>>73953698
>not having shugazi pals irl
shugazi peeps are chill
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>>73953548
>unknown hipster band
>on bandcamp
>charge $10 for album
i'd never heard of this band until this thread and i already don't like them
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>>73962974
ye how dare someone even THINK they should make money off of their music in an age where people pirate everything anyway
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>>73963008
way to make music, sell something people don't really have a reason to want for a price they don't really have a reason to pay
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>>73963065
i meant make money
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>>73953548
psychopomp is good, this album is uninspired radio safe sleepy indie pop. what a letdown.
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>>73963065
The majority of people who are going to spend money on it as opposed to just pirating it are likely fans already so
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>>73963120
>only fans will pay for the album
>no one knows the band and you have to pay $10 or look in some obscure tracker for a pirated version to hear their album
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>>73963149
>>no one knows the band
>toured with slowdive
>getting their dick sucked by pitchfork and a bunch of other music blogs
>touring across the country soon

ok
the album is also incredibly easy to find if you want to pirate it too
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>>73963283
*sigh*
i hope they don't suck
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Is Stereolab pre-Peng! (think Switched On vol 1) shoegaze? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0eKT3mYpn2A
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I've been on and off mu for the passed few months, now that I've finaly found a shugazi thread that's not dead, does anyone have the 2017 release chart?
Only listened to the new slowdive and tangible rays
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>>73963405
Don't have the chart but check this out
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGtISX5D1nU
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Looking forward to the new Alvvays album, seems like it might be more Shoegaze.

https://youtu.be/T1n72aCdwdU
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>>73962900
>Sea When Absent is better but not by much
that's actually the one album of theirs that i've yet to listen to

i think ashes grammar was almost as good though
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>>73963400
Transient Random Noises and Announcements is their shugaziest album, also their best imo.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_wx_R9BW-8
Anyone else listen to Bowery Electric? I know this album is more trip hop-y than the others but this song is amazing
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>>73963748
>tfw New Haircut isn't on the tracklist
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>>73963748
yes love them
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bump
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bumbumpbump
listened to A Place To Bury Strangers yesterday, really good shit. Exploding Head in particular

can anyone recommend some similar lo-fi noise pop??
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rum7zbdmy6I&app=desktop
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>>73963106
Like Psychopomp wasn't ? A lot of the songs on here are reworks from June and b-sides from Big American Sound. It's great. You're just a contrarian faggot.
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>>73957027
The answer is always memes.
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>>73964251
yeah senpai Bowery Electric is pretty /shugazi/-core. I love love love the drones on their first two albums.
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Where can I listen to this album friendo
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=syIiTesQnJU

the fact that this was released before the important albums and yet,it´s not mentioned that much...

sorry,I actually gave this an actual listen this week and it´s wonderful how it flows
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>>73953548
Hi guys I've never really listened to shoegaze but I've heard that when it started out part of it was that it was played loud.
Anyway, my question is that is is album in op actually sir, can I go to sleep to it? I've been having trouble sleeping without music recently and I'm getting tired of AMSP and that one sigur ros album. Also this is off topic but any sleepy album recs I'll happily take. Thanks guys and have a nice day
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>>73969472
Hunt the sleeper - my bees garden
Hidden lands - candy claws
Person pitch - panda bear

Happy sleeping friendo
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>>73969472
the thing you are looking for is ambient shoegaze/dream pop.
Pygmalion and AIA Alien Observer could accomplish that. I´m talking about those two because they are the ones I know well and are pretty popular in the shugazi charts.
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>>73969472
anything by Windy & Carl
try Antarctica although I think that's one of their least shoegaze/dream pop albums and is more electronic ambient
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>>73953548
I enjoyed this album but I don't get how it can be considered shoegaze
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>>73969525
Thank you I think I will listen to person pitch but I have added them to a list of suggestions :)
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>>73969417
One of my all-time favorites. Ian Masters had the voice of a fucking choir boy.

He had a terrific project with the dude from A.C. Kilgore after he left Pale Saints called Spoonfed Hybrid. Not quite shoegaze but definitely dream pop. If you haven't heard this, you need to.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1Zmz9XCTFM
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>>73969472
Check out the entire Bliss Out series by Darla Records. Windy & Carl, Fuxa, Flowchart, Amp all have really stellar ambient shoegaze EPs.
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>>73969662
Shoegaze is dead. It was too formulaic to really have a future.
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>>73969618
damn,he looks like Robert Smith´s soft cousin at 1:25

no apparent passion,calm,unaltered voice and everything is organized

definitely Ian knew what he was doing,the first two minutes are no different of listening to an actual angel
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>>73969525
>>73969529
>>73969569
>>73969662
Thank you I will listen to these when I cannot sleep starting tonight. Have a good day all of you but also is the album in op's post also "soft" as it says or is it an ironic title sorry I'm not sure
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>>73969725
>more popular now than it ever was ~25 years after its original heyday
>dead
I agree with you that it's an incredibly formulaic and sometimes stale genre as a result, but it's far from "dead".
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hi shugazi

>>73953626
some of it
noise rock is an umbrella term imo. Think about Dinosaur Jr, Big Black and Lightning Bolt, almost no common elements (besides being noisee xD) and all of them are considered "noise rock".

I'd consider "noise/alternative" to be part of shugazi. Stuff like Weed, Yuck, even some jam bands like The Psychic Paramounts.
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Bump.
What's everyone's /shugazi/ AOTYs so far?
I've been digging the Heretoir, Slowdive, and White Ward albums a good bit.
New Archivist, Planning For Burial, Ride, and Shelling have all been decent too.
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>>73969725
wrong meme
the fact that the holy trinity,CT and JAMC have millions of views is something really far from dead.

it's limited yes and it's hard to find a way to innovate it successfully but I've seen its popularity rise steadily in the underground

it's just a matter of time for faggots to say that When the Sun Hits or Sometimes the pleb/normie songs of the genre
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>>73969851
Shoegaze was always "underground". It was supposed to be the next it genre in the 90s(in Europe) but the media killed it in favor of britpop.
This is why plenty of bands like Ride, Curve, The Verve and even Blur early albums are shoegaze or have a shoegaze influence but then later they went full britpop.
It's still a obscure genre, but it has more relevancy nowadays thanks to the internet.
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theres a album i found in one of these generals a long time ago but frogot the name of. The bands name was 4 words with no spaces an the album in particular had a pink background and a deer(?) any ideas?
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>>73970819
I've only heard like 5 albums from there. Is this really the best 2010s year for shoegaze? Better than 2015?
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>>73969472
surprised no one has mentioned lovesliescrushing. check out "bloweyelashwish" and/or "xuvetyn"

unrelated to above but what's the deal with people shitposting loveless on /mu/
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>>73971011
This one?
It's an EP by Pinkshinyultrablast called Happy Songs For Happy Zombies.
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>>73969472
any slowdive album, you will never know why by sweet trip, and two first albums by whirr have helped me sleep alot
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>>73971118
thank you, took me forever to find anything on it
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What do you guys recommend if I really liked Pygmy Lush? Currently listening to OP's rec, but it's really different from what I'm looking for. Is any of you familiar with Dear Eloise? That and Pygmy Lush's sound is what I'm trying to find.
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>>73969472
I second Person Pitch, Slowdive and Alien Observer. I'd also add stuff like Laughing Stock by Talk Talk, Set Fire to Flames, Bowery Electric, Trementina, Pinkshinyultrablast and maybe LSD and the search for god

I also experiment sleep troubles
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>>73971027
>best 2010s year for shoegaze
Nigga that's not 2010 or 2013 lmao
Check out these lineups
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>>73970245
I assumed you meant shoegaze was an element in the "noise rock" umbrella. Do you think that's true too?
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>>73970819
is that Fazerdaze album really a shugazi top 36 album

Hint: It isn't
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>>73971355
I read "The best year in shoegaze..." lol

Also 2015 may be superior or equal to 2013. Will make a chart
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>>73971355
is that fr the best of 2010 lol
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>>73971482
60% of those albums are trash, I just put them on there to fill a chart.
Not sure why you felt the need to single out Fazerdaze when it's just as bland as the rest of the Japanese Breakfast/Tashaki Miyaki/Jay Som "girl with a guitar and a bit of fuzz" shit that's been getting coverage lately.
>>73971509
I know it's a meme to hate on the Sunbather/Ceres&Calypso/mbv trio but you're sorely mistaken if you think anything from 2015 tops those three alone.
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>>73971355
What the 2010 album with the moonrunes and the mom and baby on the couch?
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>>73971611
Man I love Sunbather/C&C/mbv, Deserve and Weed are two of my favourite albums ever.

2013 had the best albums from this decade, I can't disagree with that. But besides those ~6 great albums from 2013 there's not much to hear. 2015, in the other hand, did bring us the best from the undeground shoegaze scene.
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>>73971877
つまんね by 神聖かまってちゃん
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>>73971877
What this >>73971916 guy said lmao
>>73971896
I feel like the lower-profile releases have been pretty consistent in quality throughout the decade
This isn't super in depth but someone did a top 5 for each year based off the results of the poll that was run a couple months ago
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>>73971972
why is Giles Corey there? i don't remember that album being gazy. is it bc of the association with HANL?
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>>73953548

Rec me some japgaze homos.

I've already heard a decent amount of stuff on the "Japanese Shoegaze" yt channel and Crystallize.
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>>73971972
Why do you do this? Why not put album and artist names?
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>>73972170
Someone made this a couple months ago.
If you need help with transliterations I'll give it a go.
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>>73972219

Thanks my man. Can you transliterate the one below MOTFD? My hiragana is shit.
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>>73972257
It's the Shinsei Kamattechan album
Didn't someone already ask about it?
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>>73972257
Shinsei Kamattechan- Tsumanne. It's ridiculously good too.
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>>73972580
>>73972646
No, I meant on the list of albums. Not on the collage.
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>>73972672
That's still Tsumanne.

つまんね
(tsu) (ma) (n) (ne)
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>>73970819

Ambersmoke is underrated as fuck.
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What is the best ASDIG album and why is it pic related?
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>>73970819
Woah it's really weird seeing Caddiwhompus on /mu/.

I don't really consider them /shugazi/ though.
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>>73954495
that had my favorite guitar tones in a while, i thought it was a great album 8/10
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>>73971972
>2017
>cigarettes after beach house is in
>weed's born wrong love isn't
into the trash it goes
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>>73970819
is cerebrotonia not shoegaze? it seems like many consider it and others dont
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>>73962974
They're really not that unknown at this point look at how many people bought their last album on BC alone. And every band popular or not has a right to charge for their music.

Also you get unlimited streams on BC anyway, I don't know what the fuck you're complaining about.
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>>73969472
i usually like to listen to MBV (the album) before going to sleep, i don't know why exactly but it always put me on a sleepy mindset.
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>>73963008

Music is a dying industry for a reason. Put on a show if you want to get paid, the music itself is so easy to get for free that it really might as well be at this point. And yeah, it sucks that means people can't really expect to just write songs for a living as reliably now but that's life. It also sucks they can't eat ice cream for a living, nobody is bitching about that though.

>>73969725

Lush dreamy noisey guitars isn't a "formula," people just need to catch on that you can do a lot more with shoegaze than pop rock. The main issue is that the fans aren't really that open to it though, for whatever reason.
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>>73975357
The musicians are writing formulaic, but it doesn't have to be.
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hey is anyone browsing in the sf area?
did any of you guys see lsd and the search for god play tonight?
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>>73972219
what's salon music
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bump before i go to sleep
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>>73962974
mate they've supported Slowdive and Mitski and are pretty well known. also p4k/stereogum etc always giving them airtime. you need to get outside more
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>>73970819
we only need a My Bloody Valentine EP and there you have the full house
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>>73978685
>Slowdive and Mitski

literally who
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>>73979063
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>>73969725
>Shoegaze is dead
Yeah, people have been saying that since 1993. Punk's been dead since the 80s too if you listen to some people. Hip-hop, reggae, house, rock and roll... everyone's said they were dead or dying as soon at some point or another. You shouldn't trust rock journalists. They're salesmen.

>>73969757
Yes, the teased hair are remnants of his new wave past!

>>73969794
Enjoy!
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>>73969725
>Shoegaze is dead. It was too formulaic to really have a future.
name me one genre that hasn't been proclaimed 'dead' by some blogger straight out of their journalism degree
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Is dub shoegaze a thing? It feels like a fusion that would make sense.
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>>73979156
I did enjoy them I didn't sleep to people pitches though, I managed to sleep when I had Avalanche on. thanks anons. I think you guys are the best general.
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What did we think?
Baseball Diamond is a really nice song
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>>73953548
I really like Japanese Breakfast but I find this album boring.
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>>73979286
i think i need to listen to it more, sounds like a grower. Psychopomp was my fav album last year
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>>73979252
Seefeel was heavily indebted to dub. The Boo Radleys had a lot of dubby basslines on Giant Steps, too.
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>>73979261
I didn't know that was out I've only listened to chariot which I enjoyed
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What happened to them?
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>>73979252
Fishmans fits that bill.
I also heard Slowdive were influenced by dub music.
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>>73980034
Orange is very underrated desu.
It's a top notch dream pop/dub album.
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>>73979252
Seconding Fishmans. And if you like them, check out Polaris. It's the solo project of their bassist

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67w4LmGa9dw
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https://decayfm.com/featured/albums-of-2017-so-far/
this is a good list of 2017 shoegaze albums by the DJs at that shoegaze radio that none of us ever talk about
Listening to that Shelling album right now and digging it
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bumperdinksy
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>>73973538
>tfw just got the Ashes Grammar reissue on vinyl.

Pretty happy lads.
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>>73981853
Just listened to one of their songs and thought it was kind of trash desu
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>>73983736
I just listened to the album in full and it's mostly just passable gaze.
Glamniesia is good though.
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>>73962974
$10 is pretty reasonable. That said I dont pay for music so its your own fault if thats an issue for you, when you could just pirate shit.
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>>73963400
If its not shoegaze its definitely /shugazi/

>>73970819
So far Japanese Breakfast and Jay Som are the biggest contenders.
Ambersmoke was good too, but its a bit dissappointingly like generic shoegaze compared to the rest of their discography, though they do mix some post-rock and slowcore kinda sounds into it too.

Anyone got some recs that you think are AOTY contendors? I still need to go through more of this years shoegaze releases.
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Any good Jap releases this year, lads?
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>>73953548
I usually love bands like Japanese Breakfast but her voice really grates on me for some reason
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>>73953548
I dunno, personally I think her general sound is great but the melodic elements mostly don't really click with me. Diving Woman is 10/10 though
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>>73984273
Cruyff in the bedroom and Shelling both put out pretty solid albums
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIUPaFs8Xpw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RwxR4AGPHKA
There's also that しゅわしゅわEP that's been getting posted here a good bit and the tamagotoji album
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKLCC46xTDc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGP3MyKAnmY
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I can't stop listening to this, it's slowly draining all my sanity

https://demen.bandcamp.com/album/nektyr
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needs more tweegaze
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>>73984538
So what's up with ・・・・・・・・・ anyway? Are they like some kind of idol-performance-art project?
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>>73985463
agree
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>>73984538

Thanks, my boi. Didn't know about that Shelling.
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>>73982210
Listening to some of these starting with Panda Riot and so far they're pretty good
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Best general
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>>73985680
>idol-performance-art project?
Narrow that down to just "idol group" and you're right.
Seems to be backed by some of the guys from For Tracy Hide and My Letter on songwriting and production though, so it might be a more "indie" endeavour than something supported by a big production agency.
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Anybody a fan of Cemeteries on here? I saw DDB's music video for "Sodus" half a year ago, and have been hooked on them ever since.

His album "The Wilderness" is great, if you're into spacier dreampop (with some psychedelic rock influences). What Did You See is a hell of a song, but Summer Smoke might be overtaking it as my favourite song off of it.

https://youtu.be/a3N9x7x7Faw
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>>73986594
>Narrow that down to just "idol group" and you're right.

I guess I never saw gaze and idol going together so I figured there must be some degree of irony or subversion going on. Plus they always wear those weird masks.

But the whole idol thing is pretty alien to me, I'm only a moderate weeb.
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>>73984276
Any reccs for similar stuff?
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fuckkkkkkkkk just listened to psychopomp and it was trash.how come 2017 /mu/ likes this garbage
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>>73984276
I fucking love her vocals desu
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nn1QaOD_Jbs
I love this. Is there anything similar but with male vocals?
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>>73979252
A.R. Kane - 69
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Essential sad/gloomy shoegaze?
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>>73958532
Thanks alot
/mu/ surely gets 100 times better at night
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this needs to be heard

https://keepva.bandcamp.com/

response, testament, and man made it are fuckin masterpieces
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>>73990549
>$7
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>>73953928
I've been on high school radio for 4 years. Planning on doing college radio as well. It is more than worth it if you've got good equipment
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>>73990668

it doesn't matter, bandcamp gives you enough listens to determine if you like it
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>>73953928
>>73990714
I did uni radio for three of my four years as my only extracurricular and it ended up being one of the things I looked to most each week.
I've still got a bunch of my themed setlists saved.
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>>73963400
Switched On is so good
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>>73987963
it had a few good songs but was overrated imo
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>>73987963
I liked it in 2016. Eat dick.
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More like Weighing Souls with Sand? That's the best damn shoegaze-y album I've heard in a long, long time. Probably since HoLV clicked.
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Which do you like better in shoegaze, male or female vocals?
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>>73993748
It really, really, really depends.
But I would say male takes it just barely.
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>>73993748
I hate melodic female singing in shoegaze and dream pop. I also hate screaming.
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>>73993936
You're seriously missing out. Especially with the singing
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I'm kind of a shugazi newfag and eighth now Candy Claws - Ceres and Calypso is one of my favorite shugazi what are some albums like it
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I had the perfect shoegaze moment the other day. Me and a girl were cuddling whilst listening to Lush. It was just like in a dream, magical.
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>>73995577
>you're obviously missing out
I will listen to male vocals in shoegaze, if anything just for the sake of not missing out.

I just prefer female vocals
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>>73995702
Fuckkk I need to listen to Spooky again(& or get a girlfriend)
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>>73963748
this is amazing, i had only listened to a little bit of them and like them, but didn't know they had made something like this.
makes me even more excited to see them when they come to town in the comfy fall.
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>>73995702
Fuck. This makes me think of when my ex and I used to cuddle and listen to Depression Cherry.

DEPRESSION Cherry, am I right? hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah :,)
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>>73975357
> It also sucks they can't eat ice cream for a living, nobody is bitching about that though.

You do know that making music is producing something of value, while eating ice is consuming something of value?
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>scarlett johannsen made a dream pop album

did anyone listen to it?
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>>73995591

Nothing, as far as I can tell from 4 years of searching. The albums that came closest:

>Cults - s/t
>Panda Bear - Person Pitch
>AnCo - MUH GIRLS
>Melody's Echo Chamber - s/t
>Sugar Candy Mountain - 666 / Mystic Hits
>Dumbo Gets Mad - Quantum Leap
>Temples - Sun Structures / Volcano (probably the closest one)

It turns out nobody else has thought to combine shoegaze, exotica, and dinosaurs.
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im back lol
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>>73953548
>ended up falling in love with her
saw them a few weeks ago, yea me too
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>>73995591
Listen to the rest of their discography. Hidden lands and in the dreams of the sea life are all just as good, their earlier stuff is okay but a little rough. Also they did a side project called sound of ceres, its a little more poppy than shoegaze but still good
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>>73997463
bitch im gonna see them live next month
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Thoughts on Lowlife?
Good mix of dream pop and post-punk. Remind me of early Cocteau Twins but with male vocals.
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I've been wanting to know what /mu thinks of cigarettes after sex
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>>73997847
>>73953548
it's lit
jk you guys are fags
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Can we finally agree that astrobrite is the pinnacle of the genre?
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this track has been killing me lately

their stuff is a pretty neat blend of emo, slowcore, shoegaze, math rock

https://mastersultanband.bandcamp.com/track/old-paint
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hVMz9_MzuI

Is there anything even remotely close to this?
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>>73999805
Pretty good
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bump
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>>74000552
Maybe that of HNW-gaze. If that's a thing
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>>73999805
Only listened to their last two, they were awful
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>>73969472
How has only one other anon reccd Grouper? She played 6 hour long concerts intended to lull people to sleep according to wikipedia iirc.
Anyways, A|A Alien Observer is good like that other anon said, so is Dragging A Dead Deer Up A Hill and just sbout everything else she's put out, though some of it is more sleepy/dreamy than others
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I really enjoyed this album
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>>73953548
I pray to god she comes to the UK.

I will be attending that show and hell maybe twice
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>>73953548
>tfw gf showed me this album over the weekend
>tfw we both loved it and we're gonna go see her live soon
>tfw have a qt shoegaze gf
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>>74004023
Is she really a qt?

Show us a pic
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>>74001963

indigo is blue by catherine wheel is somewhat similar
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>>74003144
I liked guilty of everything a lot more due to its punk edge, but this was a good album too. More alternative rock and dream pop than I hoped for.

Also, am I the only person that thinks turnover is one of the blandest dream pop bands out there?
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>>73988858
this absolutely; dream dub
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>>73997172
bump for interest, where is it, where can we listen to it?
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>>73997172
It's shit just like all her shit music.
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where is the /shugazi/ essentials chart?
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>>73981853
Their singing is a bit sterile
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>>73985463
post some tweegaze >>73985693
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>>73987963
2017 /mu/ doesn't like it and 2016 neither. Just a few random dudes like it.
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>>74004023
I have a qt shoegaze gf too and she hates Japanese breakfast and I don't blame her. pic related it's a doodle of her that she drew.
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>>74002726
no, no no no wrong




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