Today's Dream Pop selection...

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  1. Mystic

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    IMHO this is one of the more lush & beautiful "expressions" of so-called Rock music.
     

     

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    check out their 'The Drugs Don't Work'
    really beautiful and haunting

     
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    From the album “Urban Hymns”:trebon:
     
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    And one more...
     
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    High quality album by fine song writers/musicians in any genre.

     
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    This is a good example I think, sense of disconnection and aimlessness in the lyrics, gauzy sound.

     
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    I agree, age old problem with genres/labels. Never understood why Bauhaus was goth and NOT just a good rock band.
     
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    Speaking of Lush... I think this is a dream pop/shoe gaze anthem:

     
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    I like some FS songs, they remind me if Yuck, or vice versa.
     
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    ^^ although some might prefer to label this one slowcore... ^^
     
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    So many sub-genres, so little time...
     
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    not sure if fits category but very beautiful and dreamy

    'You Never Will' by Sam Pinkerton

     
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    another that defies category 'Move' by Seekonk
    very obscure.
    listen for the drum/cymbal part starting about 3:40

     
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    and one more obscure one
    from Fiel Garvie
    'We Wish'

    there's a little chord change and a wailing vocal starting at about 2:35 that really gets me



    I think Seekonk and Fiel Garvie did their two albums and disappeared.
    I think Sam Pinkerton is still working.
     
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    The Sundays.

     

     

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  20. Mystic

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    Dream and nightmare pop here. She did perform a few sublime numbers @ that soundtrack, didn' she?
     
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