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My Bloody Valentine Documentary I can’t get enough shoegaze in my life, with My Bloody Valentine being the primary pioneers in the genre. The group truly influenced how I approach guitar and the textures the instrument can present. Nevertheless, above is an excellent documentary of My Bloody Valentine from the channel Only Shoegaze. This video examines their early

Happy Birthday Loveless – 30 Years Ago Today My Bloody Valentine Releases Shoegaze Stepping Stone

A day doesn’t go by where I don’t listen to reverb-drenched music filled with echoing soundscapes, promoting a sense of ethereal inner soul searching. Much of that excitement has My Bloody Valentine to thank, a group who merged dissonant guitar arrangements, androgynous vocals, and irregular production techniques—pioneering shoegaze throughout the late 1980s and early 1990s.

Appreciating My Bloody Valentine’s Loveless Deluxe Vinyl

Today was a great day since a vinyl I ordered from My Bloody Valentine back in May arrived. I originally ordered MBV and isn’t anything earlier in the year when they announced the repressings, but missed out on the classic in Loveless. I was extremely delighted to see they offered a second pressing shortly after,

Before My Bloody Valentine’s ‘Loveless’ and How Shoegaze Became Shoegaze Growing up, I’ve always had a deep appreciation for music that prided itself on experimenting and sort of going outside of the traditional realm of quote-on-quote mainstream rock. Now, I don’t know if me claiming my love for anything experimental in the music realm is something valuable to say or it’s me sounding like