A Shoreline Dream
Music made with influences such as Ride, Slowdrive, Ulrich Schnauss, and God Is An Astronaut, Colorado’s A Shoreline Dream are back in form with Driveaway. For those lucky enough to own a car, the song is written for driving. Audio escapism with dynamic aspects made from vast layers and atmospheric progressions, this single is taken from their new album Loveblind. This sixth release encapsulates their direction even further with prolific shoegaze and dream-pop sounds that can never sound the same elsewhere.
Soaring tones fly upward with bass underneath as the music opens outwards and into our mind. Melody changes around vibrant middle tones as the electric guitar rises to meet the sunrise. Rivers of sound merge as tributary layers greet each other with unique sections of delicately placed sculpture. A mysterious evocativeness enchants us as the track leans this way and that, pulling aspects of sound and harmony together with durable hooks and expansive clarity.
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A Shoreline Dream
Alarms Stop Ringing
Latenight Weeknight Records
Having previously worked with Chapterhouse, The Engineers, Mark Kramer, and Ulrich Schnauss, A Shoreline Dream brings a vast array of experience, fandoms, and inspiration. Releasing two stunning tracks from their new album, Loveblind and Alarms Stop Ringing, this teaser and taste give us exactly what we need to extrapolate our imagination into what awaits. As we wait with eager ears, we can submerge ourselves in the post-punk shoegaze style that haunts their every chord. Fronted and backed by the super-talented Ryan Policky, this one-man arsenal of acoustics lends his sheer weight of skill to every inch of the record. Let's grab a tune.
A flash of artistic drumming opens with a sense of break-beat jazz before a swirl of sound rises to greet it. Reverb laden tones finely manoeuvre through spindles and spinning wheels of energy that craft epic soundscapes. Vocal throws the verbs through a mist of dreamy fizz as the bass climbs to become the prominent sound. A thrust of the verse crashes through and fills the inflected void with crisp and ambient light, twinkling like stars and dancing like fireworks. Passages of introspective intrigue wander with lustre and clarity amid backdrops of mystery and charm.
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