Two legendary bands that defined two strongly related, if not inseparable, genres: A.R. Kane (interview) & My Bloody Valentine; Dream pop & Shoegaze. Textures & Reverb that is textures\/reverb. In brief, this column will gather 10 present-day shoegaze/dream pop (and around) tracks you should experience and very much likely won’t find anywhere else on the web, at least as a whole! So, pick up your glide guitar and relish the wall of sound.

Bloom Dream – ‘Pale Night Skies’

Fleur Electra – ‘Lucky Penny’

Silklake – ‘The Silk Lake’

Keeley – ‘Never O’Clock’

Terra Pines – ‘Harp On’


Raven Artson – ‘Cravin’

Freddy Filser – ‘SLEEP WELL’

 Sleepy Beaucat – ‘Riddles and Rhymes’

Fleeting Joys – ‘Something In Your Melody’

Robin Guthrie – ‘Questern’

Compiled by: Christos Doukakis