Tuesday, March 20, 2012

The Kids Are Alright: Neo-Shoegaze Edition

No doubt I'm late to the party, but I've been enjoying the work of some of the neo-shoegazer bands that have cropped up lately. I haven't looked at my feet so often since the heyday of My Bloody Valentine, Ride and Lush in the early 90s. Fortunately, I'm still able to see my feet, although I need glasses to properly focus on them these days.

Wild Nothing - "Summer Holiday" from the album Gemini.

Beach Fossils - "Adversity" from the EP What A Pleasure.

Real Estate - "Exactly Nothing" b-side of "Easy" 7" single.

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