On this day in history (January 15, 1990), The Sundays released one of the most beloved albums of all times. Their debut album was called Reading, Writing And Arithmetic and it featured the singles Here’s Where The Story Ends and Can’t Be Sure but really, the album is amazing from top to bottom
Host Brenna Cavanaugh brings you her top Shoegaze and Dreampop tracks from 2019.
You guys are probably familiar with Krissy Vanderwoude these days as her vocals can be heard on countless shoegaze projects these days, including her own band Whimsical and various collaborations. Together, Krissy and Andy Jossi make up The Churchhill Garden. Their single Surrender is a dreamy work of art with music that would make Robin Guthrie proud
The Australian muse Hatchie has released a new single and video for Her Own Heart off her debut album Keepsake. For those unfamiliar with Hatchie, imagine a combination of The Sundays and Cocteau Twins
Singer Krissy Vanderwoude has been very busy these days. Within the last few months, she has released a new album with her band Whimsical and contributed guest vocals on the latest album from Black Swan Lane. Now, she has teamed up with The Churchhill Garden to cover one of their favorite songs from The Cure – Halo.
David Gray has announced a 20th anniversary edition of his famed album White Ladder plus a world tour celebrating the anniversary.
On this day in history (November 1, 1984), Cocteau Twins released their 3rd studio album Treasure on 4AD
In January, The Innocence Mission will release their 12th studio album titled See You Tomorrow on the Bella Union record label. The album can be pre-ordered now. Singer Karen Peris made a video for the first single on the album, On Your Side.
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.
Today’s song of the day is the new single, There’s Nothing Else, from Daybehavior. Daybehavior is the Stockholm band featuring the lovely vocals of Paulinda Crescentini.
This Friday, the much anticipated new album Lost Girls album from Bat For Lashes will be released. The band has just released the fifth single from the album titled Desert Man. This track has a thematic sound to it that reminds me of Morgan Kibby / M83 .
A new song from Thom Yorke called Daily Battles was released today. The song was recorded for the Ed Norton film Motherless Brooklyn.