Here’s 3 Hours of Shoegaze and Dream Pop for All of Your Bliss-Out Needs

Sounds Better With Reverb presents their favorite shoegaze and dream pop of 2013 (so far).
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With its focus on shoegaze and dream pop music, Australia’s Sounds Better With Reverb has quickly become of my favorite music blogs; thanks to them, I’m constantly finding new and interesting music. Case in point, this nearly 3‑hour-long mix of their favorite shoegaze and dream pop songs from 2013 (so far).

The mix contains some names you might already recognize, like Grouper, Medicine, The Besnard Lakes, and of course, My Bloody Valentine. But a number of solid lesser-known acts are featured, too, including Cheatahs (whose “Fall” kicks off the mix in glorious fashion), Eros and the Eschaton, Candy Claws, Pure Bathing Culture, and Younghusband.

And if, after this, you still need more blissed, fuzzed, and reverbed out sounds, check out Sounds Better With Reverb’s Soundcloud page.


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