my bloody valentine | OutOfShapeMusic

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

The Joy of the Guitar Riff – My Bloody Valentine / Kevin Shields Like a mermaid falling into a black hole is a written description of what you can expect from Shoegaze and experimental rock pioneers, My Bloody Valentine. I’ve always had a deep appreciation for My Bloody Valentine for their experimentation and unique soundscape from the late 1980s and 1990s. When the group made their triumphant

Music Recommendations #10

Music Recommendations is a series of blogs dedicated to recommending music I find enjoyable. These blogs will cover a wide range of music I’ve recently discovered or have enjoyed for a long time. My purpose in writing these blogs is to promote positivity and happiness pertaining to music, rather than be critical of music I