Shoegaze used to be the wonderful retreat of those who wanted to escape the boredom of monotony or the confines of reality and sit in a dazed out hazy chamber of carelessness. That is until the genre became redefined by nu-gaze bands that kind of ruined the whole chill of the genre. Since then, artists have had to find new places to retreat to for some hush. Enter She-Devils, whose self-titled EP is the haziest and laziest release you’ll hear […]
Two Alt-Rock sounds united For fans of: Two Door Cinema Club; The Smiths; Jekyll The Wild, The Youth’s self-titled debut EP is alternative to its core, but in the midst of an identity crisis. Does it embrace the lighter and gentler side of alternative, the side that verges on dreamy shoegaze, or do they embrace the dirt and grit of the heavier side?