The influential shoegaze band looks back on their career and shares advice for the next generation of musicians.
With a bit of friendly convincing and the usual self-doubt, Providence’s emo punk act finds their sound for their new record.
Fresh off three new EPs, the reluctant shoegaze band talks goth weddings, elder cats, and the weird theme song for the Montreal Canadiens.
One of the secrets to their success is that, as shoegaze bands go, they are more interested in the backbone of the song than all the swirly bits that hang around it.
How the Easthampton shoegaze group turned their new album into a beautiful, full-blown fire.
That buzzy, warm, emo sound you hear? That’s oldsoul, and they’re on the brink of bursting out from Lowell's city limits.
Bright, shimmering, almost glittering--"Trinkles" is a testament to Kid Mountain's staying power in the Boston scene. A worthy followup to Happies, let it be your soundtrack to the first foray into spring.
The '80s may have been a while ago, but A Sunny Day in Glasgow are giving today's generation the scope of shoegaze they thought they would never see live.
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Since forming in 2010, Toronto-based jazz trio BADBADNOTGOOD have released three albums, played international festival stages, helped score RZA’s kung fu flick The Man With the Iron Fists, and served as the weekend band-in-residence at Coachella.
And yet, even ...