Today's Dream Pop selection...

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  1. gggvan

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    Sundays I call more like the cranberries, cardingans, just plain pop?
     

     

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    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.
     
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    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.

     
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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    I picked up this CD by Land of Talk titled Cloak and Cipher. To me, it fits into Dream Pop.

     
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    Cocteau Twins
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    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.
     
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