SRSQ's Floating, Abstract 'Unreality' Mines Grief You Can't Talk About

The first solo album from Them Are Us Too's Kennedy Ashlyn is an attempt to process the death of her late bandmate, Cash Askew.
Will Schube
New music

Wild Nothing and HOLYCHILD Use 80s Pop to Hide Dark Stories

On Wild Nothing's "Partners in Motion" and HOLYCHILD's "Wishing You Away," the bombast of synths and big choruses obscure menace.
Tshepo Mokoena
New music

Nothing Return with "Zero Day," Confirm New LP 'Dance on the Blacktop'

The band's third LP promises to be darker than their previous two. It's out August 24.
Alex Robert Ross

Launder's Breathy Shoegaze Should Turn Him Into an Indie Star

Listen to John Cudlip's first project as Launder, produced by Day Wave's Jackson Phillips, and featuring DIIV's Zachary Cole Smith and French singer-songwriter Soko.
Alex Robert Ross
Holy Shit

Deafheaven's New Song "Honeycomb" Hits Like a Dang Meteorite of Emotion

The blackgaze titans give us a 12-minute epic in advance of a new album this year, their first since 2015.
Phil Witmer
New music

Beach House's New Video for "Dark Spring" Makes Me Feel Like It's 2011 Again

The dream pop duo's first clip from '7' unintentionally pays homage to the days of aesthetic Tumblrs and witch house.
Phil Witmer

Take a Ride with Mint Field on the First Cut From Their Debut Album

The Tijuana shoegaze duo have made quite a few ripples on the Californian circuit without even releasing an LP—and they're setting their sights on bigger targets.
Raquel Miserachi

Ciel's Debut EP 'Peach004' Is a Nebulous Work in Progress

"I didn't want to sell myself short and not try something because I was afraid."
Corinne Przybyslawski
Noisey News

White Walls’ New Record Is a Work of Forlorn Shoegaze Beauty

The Melbourne trio are helping put the ‘epic moody melody’ back into shoegaze.
Noisey Staff

The Jesus & Mary Chain Are Forever Kings of Cool

Nineteen years after their last record, the shoegaze progenitors return with 'Damage and Control.' We lift the lid on their strange origins, their slyly sexed up early songs, and the ongoing clout of their legacy.
Cam Lindsay

Glitter Veils Return With a New Name and the Same Experimental Pop

We had a chat with Michael Whitney and Luke Zahnleiter about marking the beginning of a new era with album 'Figures in Sight.'
Jennifer Park

Draa Bring Some Melodic Post Punk Drizzle to Arizona

The shoe-gazers return with a new track of melodic melancholia.
Jennifer Park