Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by Mystic, Jan 10, 2018.
Sundays I call more like the cranberries, cardingans, just plain pop?
Doesn't fit the subgenre IMO. But it's a good song, thanks, I hadn't heard of her. She sounds like another singer, but I can't place it now.
Here's another recent one, Memoryhouse, she has an interesting, honest voice, I think. This is their first ep. The first song should give you an idea, but the while ep is good, 19 minutes.
Earlier today I listened to some Ride, so I'll use that as an excuse to mention the newer bands Grouper and Paavoharju. Maybe neither are strictly dream-pop, but they have that kind of atmosphere.
There are so many subgenres now it makes it difficult to pigeonhole a group into any one of them. Even in the 60s and 70s, you could have a band that did mostly psychedelic rock, but then they would have a cut that was progressive, country rock, bluesy, you name it.
I picked up this CD by Land of Talk titled Cloak and Cipher. To me, it fits into Dream Pop.
Fish Eyes EP ~ Haley Heynderickx
Stars And Topsoil
Among My Swan
This article looks to be rather informative and I will need to check some of these bands out that I haven't heard.
Thanks for sharing the article. Many fine albums @ the list, and albums 1-5 are well-known (to me) artifacts and indeed top drawer material. The second batch of five I know less well except Beach House's Bloom and Julee Cruise's Floating Into The Night. Both are excellent listening.
(Sub Pop, 2012)
The Noise Made By People
Life of Pause
just getting into this band. This one cane out a few years later than Nocturne. The changes are easy to identify, not necessarily for better or worse, this one seems to be more thought out. More space. Maybe just more "produced".
let me know what you think
Wild Nothing has a new record out
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