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Dreams of Empire

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How I Feel…………………

Another Bandcamp Friday with way too many purchases to write about. So here is another one of those Youtube playlist “thingies” that went down pretty well the first time around covering ten new single/EP track releases. Enjoy! Dreams of Empire – Hidden Girl (Facebook – Buy) Whimsical – Take All Of Me (Facebook – Buy) … Continue reading

The Post Last Bandcamp Friday Saturday Mix

Blue Tomorrows, who feature Sarah Nienaber from Candace in their line up, have released a new single and it’s their first in almost a year. Violet Shine mixes psychedelia and dream pop with the result sounding a bit like a cross between Spacemen 3 and Stereolab. Brighton’s Dreams of Empire have released an acoustic cover … Continue reading

The Tuesday Session

My inbox is still full of emails from the latest Bandcamp Friday fallout. Anyway here is a round-up post of sorts highlighting tunes that have got me through the day Russian bandMashmellow have released the second single to be taken from their forthcoming EP Someday Club which is due for release at the beginning of … Continue reading

Everyday is Like Sunday

Texan shoegazers Eternal Something follow up last years Realm​//​Zone EP with new track Seagoats. It’s another one of those shoegaze tracks that are inspired by poetic imagination and my mind wandered vividly as it played. I could listen to ethereal tracks like this all day long – well until the cow’s Seagoats come home. Brighton’s Dreams … Continue reading

Dreams Of Empire – Northern Lights

Is Northern Lights Dreams of Empire’s poppiest moment yet? I certainly think so as they pick up the pace as the song twists and whirls. The vocals and music are both catchy and addictive which is all this fella, and I guess most others, needs in a song. Sadly it’s over way too soon but … Continue reading

Dreams of Empire – Swarm

Swarm is the third track released by Brighton based Dreams of Empire in as many months. It’s an engaging dream pop song with the guitars echoing back and forth whilst the female vocals compete against the wake of reverb left by said guitars. It’s lyrically strong too. Impressive to say the least. Facebook

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