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Guest Sprigg

I'm looking for shoegaze/ dream pop and laid back psychedelic rock... good places to start for those?

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Guest Echo

I really like Carrying A Dead Deer Up A Hill by Grouper.

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Guest Coalbucket PI

Cocteau Twins and Lush are the only artists I have stuff by that I believe are called shoegaze

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obvious addition: my bloody valentine

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Guest illfly mandog

I like Mazzy Star if your lookin for some chill simple dream pop.

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Get Souvlaki by Slowdive.

 

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Guest Super lurker ultra V12

Slowdive, souvlaki + pygmalion

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Guest spike

I really like Carrying A Dead Deer Up A Hill by Grouper.

 

 

seconded,, also check out the first Seefeel lp you might Casino Versus Japan,, anything by him.

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definitely grouper, but not "dragging a dead deer.." go "cover the windows and the walls"

and..

black tambourine

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wva074MGZi8

glifted for math-shoegaze

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=td6wW05kBw8

for shoegazy druggy psych rock bardo pond are the ultimate choice

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4HY1ywAZ_wE&feature=related

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Guest Ambition as a Hellridah

Ride "Nowhere" for sure :

 

 

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and "Pyramids" by Pyramids too

 

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for shoegazy druggy psych rock bardo pond are the ultimate choice

 

seconded

 

slowdive is a good recommendation too

 

dunno if all their material really counts but i also recommend spacemen 3

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Get Souvlaki by Slowdive.

 

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^ Yes, first and foremost!

 

Of course the Cocteaus as mentioned...

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Guest beatfanatic

Get Souvlaki by Slowdive.

 

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You need this in your life ASAP!!!!

 

listen to the track called "Souvlaki Space Station" and you will see what I mean.

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dream pop and laid back rock...

 

Everything by Auburn Lull.

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Guest Makinami

Has anyone heard of Sweet Trip's "Velocity : Design : Comfort"? IDM + shoegaze/dream pop.

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Seconding Cocteau Twins (especially Victorialand), Slowdive 'n' LSD and the Search for God

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Guest Sprigg

Really, really digging alot of this. The Slowdive, Mazzy Star and Bardo Pond are my favourites so far.

 

You guys have given me a lot of names to look into, and it's all top-notch. :aphexsign:

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a place to bury strangers do a kind of shoegaze/noise sound that i find intoxicating.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHuzHSQ91oQ

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=egGglMAPpVA

 

not dream pop, for sure, but good if you're into the harsher side of things

Edited by remy marathe

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Guest Sprigg

Ya know, that's not too bad, either. Definitely prefer the softer stuff atm though.

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They're not exactly shoegaze (close enough though), but anything by Flying Saucer Attack. Start with the first two albums.

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Guest mrguy

I don't have anything to add, but shoegaze is a great name for a genre.

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