Proof that Slowdive’s lush shoegaze pop holds up perfectly well outside studio walls.
Slowdive’s Pitchfork Live performance accentuates the great continuity between their oldest and newest material.
More than just a simple nostalgia trip, the new full-length finds Slowdive building on their celebrated sound.
I’ve compiled this list to celebrate the release of Slowdive’s first new album in over two decades.
I have a good feeling Slowdive will fulfill a lot of long-building fan expectations come early May.
Minimalist industrial punk; the return of a shoegaze legend; dreamy inter-dimensional post-punk; and darkly lush pop from Germany.
Despite rarely having been in the same room together, the group will release a full-length album this June.
I’m already looking ahead to 2016’s musical offerings — and I like what I see.
It’s deeply enjoyable, and even a little moving for this fan, to see Slowdive vindicated after all these years.
Björk, The Declining Winter, Sufjan Stevens, and many more. Time to start saving up…
Also: Christmas music, the Internet and our own sinfulness, Guardians of the Galaxy, and real life superheroes.
Featuring three discs’ worth of new and unreleased material, plus a disc of Slowdive covers by Echodrone, Seasurfer, Resplandor, and more.
All I can think is that I’ve waited two decades for this moment… and it is everything I could’ve hoped for.
It’s nice to see one of the genre’s shining jewels reunite and be able to take full advantage of the good will that’s been building for them and their music for the last two decades.
Slowdive’s final album gets the two-disc reissue treatment from Cherry Red Records.
Information about the upcoming Slowdive compilation from Cherry Red Records.