Host Brenna Cavanaugh brings you her weekly review where she goes over the latest new music in the genres of Shoegaze, dreampop and related genres. This weeks show is a special edition that features comparisons of shoegaze tracks to other classics, more well known shoegaze tracks. This episode compares and contrasts Launder – Annie Blue…
This weeks compilations feature the latest new releases in Synthpop and Electronica. Highlighted are brand new Hatchie, off of her much anticipated debut album. New music from Hot Chip and The New Division plus hot off the press new releases from Black Marble and TR/ST and a new track from Lloyd Cole where he channels his inner OMD
This weeks compilations feature the latest new releases in Dreampop, which contains a little trip hop and shoegaze elements to it as well . This features the return of Dido, Thievery Corporation and Bat For Lashes. Plus, music from Hatchie’s debut album which is quickly becoming a Strangeways favorite.
This article highlights some of the new music that was released the week ending June 21, 2019
This weeks compilations feature the latest new releases in synthpop and electronica. This features the return of many familiar names such as White Lies, Johnny Marr, Editors, The Ocean Blue and Bananarama.
In this episode, Brenna reviews new music from Emma Ruth Rundle, 93 Million Miles From The Sun and Hatchie. Listen for details on how to win tickets to see Hatchie at any of her US concert dates.
This weeks compilations feature the latest new releases in Indie Pop. This is a great collection of upbeat pop tunes with a little twang, a little twee and a little synth.
Synthpop darling, Hatchie, has release a single and video for Stay With Me. This is the second single off of her forthcoming album, Keepsake, which is due out June 21 but can be pre-ordered now.
This weeks compilations feature the latest new releases in Dreampop. This features a few familiar names such as Dido, Richard Ashcroft and Moby along with a Robin Guthrie remix of Hatchie which will remind you of the days of Cocteau Twins.
In 2018, Australian singer Hatchie (Harriette Pitbeam) gained a lot of attention with her Cocteau Twins sounding medley of dream pop and shoegaze. In fact, her debut EP Sugar & Spice even featured a remix of the track Sure by none other then Robin Guthrie. Hatchie is back with a new single called Without A Blush.