The Moscow shoegazers return with ten tracks of brilliant shoegaze that’s hampered only somewhat by a muddy mix.
The Moscow quintet’s most recent release is a nice dive into the gloomier range of the shoegaze spectrum.
It has everything you could ever possibly want in a shoegaze song.
Listening to the album’s strong moments, there’s no reason for this to be a 20 song, 73 minute epic.
Music like this should be short and sweet, otherwise it wears out its welcome.
Shelflife have gathered bands from all around the world to create a soundtrack for sunny days with the occasional rain shower.
Moving Pictures is yet another in a long line of pop groups who make music so sweet and catchy that it’s almost sickening.
It sure sounds dreamy and catchy, but its style definitely reigns over its substance.