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The colossal, ambient wall of shoegaze guitars and droning rhythmic track defines the sound of the latest from Denver band A Shoreline Dream. "The Heart Never Recovered" -- and progressive-psychedelic music lovers might not either.

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On a heady rush of guitars and harmonies, "Come On," a new single by Washington, D.C. area quartet Death Valley Rally, scores a direct, shoegazy, indie pop hit.

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The title of the Missing Season's latest single, "Partied Out," suggests a band that's weary of its own shoegazing hymns to rock 'n' roll life. Not so. The French band has made melancholia melodic and exciting again.

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After countless depleted stacks of cash and creative meltdowns, the My Bloody Valentine provided the notorious "Loveless" a sibling only after over two decades of recovery. "m b v" is unapologetic and all analog.

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The Firebird hosted two excellent bands from across the pond on Friday night.

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Friday, 28 September 2012 17:52

The Raveonettes 9/28/12

Seeing a lone bird soaring overhead on a gloomy day may cause sentimental thoughts regarding the glory of owning wings to sink slowly into the pavement. Similarly, a sense of defeatism battling thoughts of grandeur shines through the music of the Raveonettes.

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"A wall of sound built from the best bricks of Brit pop, shoegaze and psychedelic rock" is how songwriter and guitarist David Collett describes Aquitaine, a new four-piece rock juggernaut based in St. Louis.

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When you dig beneath the shimmering textures and ethereal vocals of Sweden's I Break Horses you will discover that the duo of Maria Lindén and Fredrik Balck make soundscapes of depth and substance.

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On "Hurry Up, We're Dreaming," M83 combines its usual ambient, shoegaze-inspired sound with catchier, pop melodies to create a diverse double album.

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The Billiken Club at St. Louis University is an intimate and inexpensive (as in free admission) way to enjoy some of the more buzzed-about bands in indie music. On Tuesday night the student-run music venue hosted Philadelphia's the War On Drugs and Brooklyn's Caveman, the first show of its fall lineup.

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