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M83, Pink Playground, My Bloody Valentine, Real Estate, Megafaun & more
This week’s mix is in honour of the 20th anniversary of My Bloody Valentine‘s Loveless.
1. Real Estate – It’s Real
Bouncy and slightly wistful 80s-style indie pop. Pick it up on the excellent Days album.
2. Felt – The Day The Rain Came Down
The last track’s shimerring guitars brought this to mind. Love the little breakdown at the end of the chorus.
3. Spirea X – Chlorine Dream
More of a 60s Rickenbacker light psych groove on this. Listen carefully to catch some guitar phrasing gems.
4. Grabbel And The Final Cut – Psycho Popsong
90s German band that re-surfaced on Bandcamp. Lovely waves of guitar pop wash.
7. Ride – Time Machine
This Going Blank Again track’s always stood out to me as a hybrid between shoegaze and new wave. In a good way.
8. Anything After – Disconnected
Hypnotic moody pop with explosions of guitar.
9. Orange Crush – Rapid Clouds
Norweigan band drops some lovely spirals of psychedelic guitar.
10. Megafaun – Get Right
Back porch indie drone epic: “I got everything that I give…”
11. Woodsman – Specdrum
Soaring triumph with mental drumming out of Brooklyn.
12. Pink Playground – Dark Bloom
Want killer murky drone motorik psych you can dance to? Find it on Destination Ecstasy.
13. My Bloody Valentine – Come In Alone
This monster from Loveless was released exactly 20 years ago yesterday. This album is still the sound of the future – only I’m not sure which one. Make sure you’re listening to this LOUD.
14. M83 – Intro
“I were you before you even existed.” Still coming to terms with Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming, but this windswept opener bubbled to the top.
16. Brian Eno – The Big Ship
Shields, Gonzales, Eno. This Another Green World track pretty much speaks for itself. This isn’t just an example of early ambient music. To me it sounds like heartache.
17. Air Review – America’s Son
Mellow space pop ditty track takes us home.