shoegaze

Nothing new album Great Dismal

Nothing announce new album, The Great Dismal

Philadelphia shoegazers Nothing have announced a new album. On October 30, they’ll release The Great…

Zoon Bleached Wavves review

Zoon : Bleached Wavves

A shoegaze debut that shows promise for what’s to come.

Windy & Carl : Allegiance and Conviction

The Michigan duo’s first album in eight years is also one of their best.

Thunderstars album stream

Hear ThunderStars’ dense and dreamy new album, Number Stations

The Austin band’s new album is out Friday.

Pale Saints Comforts of Madness reissue

4AD announces reissue of Pale Saints’ debut The Comforts of Madness

Hear a demo version of “You Tear the World in Two.”

Ride new album This is not a Safe Place

Ride announce new album, This Is Not a Safe Place

Hear new single “Future Love.”

Failure Swervedriver tour

Failure announce tour dates with Swervedriver

Two alt-rock titans on the road together.

My Bloody Valentine Isn't Anything 30th anniversary

My Bloody Valentine’s Isn’t Anything is grand and uncompromising

The prototype for shoegaze might be even more important than the masterpiece that followed.

Miserable Loverboy review

Miserable : Loverboy/Dog Days

Kristina Esfandiari’s non-King Woman project crafts singular doom-dream worlds.

Swervedriver 2018 new album

Swervedriver announce new album, Future Ruins

Hear new single “Mary Winter.”

Swirlies new EP

Swirlies release new EP, touring with Nothing

The Boston shoegazers embark on tour with Nothing.

Nothing Dance on the Blacktop review

Nothing : Dance On The Blacktop

Nothing add more interesting textures to their guitar-heavy shoegaze sound on their third full-length.

Nothing new album Dance on the Blacktop

Stream the new Nothing album, Dance On the Blacktop

Hear the Philly shoegazers’ latest in its entirety.

Drowse Planning Fur Burial split premiere

Premiere: Drowse deliver an intense audiovisual hallucination with “Fog Storm Parts 1-4”

Hear the full Drowse side of a new split with Planning For Burial.

Them Are Us Too amends review

Them Are Us Too : Amends

The Bay Area dream-pop group deliver a warm close to a brief legacy and fitting tribute to late musician Cash Askew.

Pinkshinyultrablast Miserable Miracles review

Pinkshinyultrablast : Miserable Miracles

A quiet serene discomfort and alienation within pleasure and comfort.

My Bloody Valentine

My Bloody Valentine announce tour

The shoegaze legends are on the road this summer.

Holy Motors Slow Sundown review

Holy Motors : Slow Sundown

A pleasurable debut from the Estonian shoegazers, but one that doesn’t offer many challenges.