Motherhood by No Joy is a Fiery and Unflinching Saga

Prior to last year, I was only ever tangentially familiar with No Joy. I was vague with Wait To Pleasure and slightly more accustomed to “Califone,” and so I came to know them as a general ‘rock’ band. Imagine my surprise when I read a few reviews of Motherhood that classified the band as shoegaze. (I take my quarantine drama where I can.) Granted, most … Continue reading Motherhood by No Joy is a Fiery and Unflinching Saga

Unwind in the fuzz of Cathedral Bells’ new EP

sngalbums: Originally appeared on the 405, view archived article here.  Like sailors to a siren, Cathedral Bells draw in their own prey. The duo of Matt Messore and David Carey share their self-titled EP with the world today, out on Good Eye Records. What began as Messore’s bedroom pop project has flourished into well-crafted shoegaze for daydreams and late-night mischief.  Read more.  Cathedral Bells | … Continue reading Unwind in the fuzz of Cathedral Bells’ new EP

Fawns of Love – “Someday (Robin Guthrie version)”

Fawns of Love Reveal New Version of “Someday” Recorded and Mixed by Cocteau Twins’ Robin Guthrie Originally appeared on Grimy Goods.  Hearing new music after a declaration of fandom is an exciting moment. For us at Grimy Goods, that moment has arrived in the form of a double-sided single from Fawns of Love, a Bakerfield husband/wife duo. We named the band one to watch in … Continue reading Fawns of Love – “Someday (Robin Guthrie version)”

Sounds of Self-Isolation Define Das Kope’s Debut LP, Where I Live

Originally appeared on Grimy Goods.  For anyone who was concerned that the stay-at-home order would dampen the sound of summer, worry no more. The Brazil-born, LA-based musician Das Kope has been steadily releasing sunny shoegaze singles since 2018; his contributions on guitar alone are entrancing. Now we finally see the release of his debut full-length album, Where I Live, a fuzzy fantasy experienced from afar. … Continue reading Sounds of Self-Isolation Define Das Kope’s Debut LP, Where I Live

Unwind in the fuzz of Cathedral Bells’ new EP

Originally appeared on the 405, view archived article here.  Like sailors to a siren, Cathedral Bells draw in their own prey. The duo of Matt Messore and David Carey share their self-titled EP with the world today, out on Good Eye Records. What began as Messore’s bedroom pop project has flourished into well-crafted shoegaze for daydreams and late-night mischief.  Read more.  Cathedral Bells | stream … Continue reading Unwind in the fuzz of Cathedral Bells’ new EP