Rich Ashby

Entries Tagged as 'shoegazing'

Quiet is the new loud

September 14th, 2011 · No Comments · Life, Music

I blogged back in January about the excellent band Memoryhouse. Signed up to Sub Pop they make wonderfully delicate yet powerful nu-gaze music that makes the hairs on the nape of your neck stand up. To accompany the release of The Years EP they’ve commissioned this set of blissed out videos from Jamie Harley. Take [...]

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New season’s tunes

September 6th, 2011 · No Comments · Music

Hello pop pickers. Summer may be on the way out, but here’s a selection of tunes to keep the blues at bay. Kicking things off is this charming homage to early 90s indie from Devon Williams. Calls to mind rooting through Crash Records in Leeds for 4AD compilations, drinking cider at festivals and the heady [...]

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Sensational Spotify selections

April 29th, 2011 · No Comments · Life, Music

Here’s some new listening recommendations for your delectation. All quite different in style / genre, but you dig eclectic right? First up here’s the suitably epic dream pop of Team Ghost with High Hopes. It’s a riot of effects pedals and bombast. If you like Sigur Ros you’ll love this one. Listen to High Hopes [...]

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