Following on from last years excellent self titled debut EP Texan dream-pop band Flowerbed deliver another fine tune in the shape of Blame. Whilst not as ethereal sounding as the aforementioned release the band temper the noise so that the hushed voice of Bailo Biggs can be heard as it threads it’s way through the guitars. Let’s hope a follow up EP is on the way soon. Facebook Continue reading Flowerbed – Blame
Texan band Flowerbed have been impressing with their tracks to date and this self titled EP cements that even further. Sounding like a cross between The Cocteau Twins and Slowdive with hints of Lush and My Bloody Valentine thrown in for good measure their sound leans towards the etheral side of dreampop. The guitars are woven into harmonic threads whilst the voice of bassist/vocalist Bailey Biggs are hushed and soothing and at times the bands music sounds like the shoegazing equivalent of a lullaby. Lovely stuff especially on the beatific bluebonnet. Facebook Continue reading Flowerbed – Flowerbed
Let’s hope that Hal Borland’s famous quote holds true for new releases this month whilst I round up some of the last of April’s offerings. Asilomar – Shimmer and Faded A short shimmering introduction from this new dreampop/shoegaze band from … Continue reading April is a promise that May is bound to keep!