Tag Archives: Shoegaze

Mad Planet – Ghost Notes




If you’re one of the many children of the 21st century who have completely emasculated their attention spans and now find themselves incapable of dedicating more than thirty seconds to reading a review and digesting an idea, let me break down Mad Planet’s debut LP Ghost Notes in as simple of terms as I can. The band sounds […]

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Young Hunting – “Maze”


After the promising ventures made possible by warm nights and vacation days have been tried, the interminable end of summer slowly draws attention back to the insecurities of seasonal reality.  Young Hunting colors this frustrated chronicle of missed connections and floating subtleties with a spectra of eased out drumbeats and foggy riffing, fit perfectly for […]

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Porcelain Raft – Strange Weekend

  After the excitement and commotion in the newness of the year passes, it’s a dreaded few weeks of purgatory; a period of reconciling the lingering effects of the year barely passed with the swirling sweet nothings from the year to come, as you wait for it to finally take off one way or the […]

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Sometimes I want to go to highschool in the 80’s

M83, Saturdays=Youth is an album that has grown on me with every listen since its release in 2008.  Their are certain days, or moods, or moments when I want to go back to a time in my life when things were just more simple.  Sometimes I want it to be the first day of summer […]

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