Fusing elements of shoegaze and the more accessible bits of a post rock sound, Norwegian trio Spielbergs make a big impression on their new single.
‘We Are All Going To Die’ harks back to the 90s whilst keeping one foot firmly in the present. Their wall of sound approach can be emotionally draining, yet at the same time, their new music has an intensely rousing quality that fans of shoegaze and associated subgenres shouldn’t miss.
You can listen in full below.
With their new album ‘Autonomy’ just released on February 23rd, indie rockers Table Scraps continue promotion for the new record with a brand new video featuring…sock puppets.
The visuals that accompany ‘I’m a Failure’ – taken from the new LP – come across like a hybrid of MTV’s past with elements of Beavis & Butthead and Liam Lynch’s ‘Sifl & Ollie’ show. Musically, this new offering from Table Scraps is very much in keeping with the visual, since their brand of wantonly fuzzy indie pop retains a very irreverent style.
They’ve been away for a while, but Chilean shoegaze sensations MAFF are back with a new EP ‘Melañiña’, which releases in April.
Before the full release, you can check out two of the new songs on Soundcloud, including the new digital single ‘Hawaii’, which absolutely destroys by a way of a heavy and pulsing bass, before the whole track explodes into a world of 90s distortion culling the very best from Catherine Wheel and My Bloody Valentine.
There were rumours flying last year that the original and classic line up of The Smashing Pumpkins were getting back together. The rumours were fuelled by Billy Corgan himself who hinted at doing something with old and familiar faces.
It has finally been announced that Corgan, along with guitarist James Iha and drummer Jimmy Chamberlin will tour the US this summer. It’s promised to be a show “unlike any [the band] have ever done”, according to Corgan, with material culled from the band’s first five albums.
Male/female dreampop duo The Desert started to make waves in 2017 and seem set to continue their rise in popularity during 2018.
They’ve just released a no-frills new video shot in their hometown of Bristol, which acts as a great downbeat visual aid for their single ‘Half-Hearted’. The full video can be streamed below.