Air Formation – Nothing To Wish For (Nothing To Lose) [2010]

Posted in noise pop,shoegaze by deek on February 25, 2010


Air Formation hail from Sussex in the south of England. They are Matt Bartram (vocals, guitar), Ben Pierce (bass), Richard Parks (keyboards), James Harrison (drums) & Ian Sheridan (Guitar). The band has been creating uplifting song based space-rock since late 1999. Born out of a love for ‘Flying Saucer Attack’ and the likes of ‘Spacemen 3’ & ‘The Jesus and Mary Chain’ Air Formation create songs awash with heavily delayed guitar and feedback, interwoven with keyboard drones and whispered vocals. Over the past 7 years the band has released two albums ‘Ends in Light’ (Drive-In Records 2002) & ‘Stay Inside/ Feel Everything’ (Clairecords 2004,) alongside numerous other releases. The turning point for the band came in 2005 when they recorded the beautiful ‘57 Octaves Below’ EP with legendary producer Pat Collier (The House of Love). As well as being their first recording with an expanded line up it was also their first release on UK label ‘Club AC30’ and was extremely well received…… ‘’57 Octaves Below’ is simply astonishing, as each track could hold its own as a formal “A side” among any peers both past and present. Remarkable. 9/10’‘Drowned In Sound. In the summer of 2006 the band returned to Pat Collier and recorded the new album ‘Daylight Storms’. This album was released by Club AC30 in February 2007. In November 2008 they released a new 7” “Things that don’t exist / Fires” on Distant Noise Records.

A Sunny Day in Glasgow – Ashes Grammar [2009]

Posted in dream pop,shoegaze by deek on February 23, 2010

Sleepy Eyes of Death – Street Lights For A Ribcage [2007]

Posted in electronic,indietronica,shoegaze by lowbrass on January 9, 2010



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From last.fm:
“Citing inspiration from My Bloody Valentine, Kraftwerk, and 80’s soundtrack hero John Carpenter to Trans Am and M83, Sleepy Eyes of Death fill the gap between ambient shoegaze and beat-centric instrumental epics from the Dirty South. With intentions of creating a wall of analog induced sound thick enough to bury their listeners, Sleepy Eyes of Death employ an array of a half dozen different types of keyboards (often simultaneously) with that of heavily constructed doses of effected guitar.”

Swervedriver – Raise (Remastered) [1991/2009]

Posted in alternative,indie,shoegaze by deek on August 19, 2009

A Place To Bury Strangers – Exploding Head [2009]

Posted in post-punk,shoegaze by deek on August 5, 2009



Tram – Heavy Black Frame [1999]

Posted in british,indie,shoegaze,slowcore by deek on July 19, 2009

My Bloody Valentine – Live @ Fuji Rock Festival '08 (bootleg) [2009]

Posted in live,shoegaze by deek on July 16, 2009




01. I Only Said
02. When You Sleep
03. You Never Should
04. Cigarette In Your Bed
05. Come In Alone
06. Only Shallow
07. Thorn
08. Nothing Much To Lose
09. To Here Knows When
10. Slow
11. Soon
12. Feed Me With Your Kiss
13. You Made Me Realise



Ceremony – Ceremony (2005)

Posted in shoegaze by deek on June 30, 2009

Nadja – When I See the Sun Always Shines on TV [2009]

Posted in doom,drone,shoegaze by deek on June 19, 2009



Gods & Queens – untitled [2008]

Posted in hardcore punk,indie,shoegaze by deek on June 18, 2009
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