« on: December 27, 2016, 12:04:39 PM »
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This is some stuff I like that might be worth checking out:Thanks Narcout, I'll check these bands out and I think I will like them. I have an album of Spiritualized that has a lot of gospel influences, but not the earlier stuff. I love the first two albums of the Stone Roses, but I only have them on cassette. I also liked Mudhoney's and Spacemen 3's mutual covers.
Ride (Going Blank Again is probably the best album)
Spiritualized (Jason Pierce's project after the Spacemen 3)
The Telescopes (Untitled Second is my favorite, but the earlier stuff is more noisey/rocking)
Slowdive (a little too ambient for me but pretty popular)
The Brian Jonestown Massacre (one of my favorite bands, only their first album Methodrone is really shoegaze, but their later work is fantastic; if you like 68-72 Rolling Stones check out Take It From The Man)
Cheatahs (this is a current band that is either shoegaze revival or just a rip off depending on your point of view, but I think their debut album is pretty good)
I guess you've already got My Bloody Valentine and the Jesus and Mary Chain covered.
Heading more into Madchester/Brit pop - I'm also really into The Happy Mondays, The Stone Roses, Suede, Elastica, and of course Pulp and Blur.
Narcout, thanks. I never got into shoegaze generally for no reason that I can think of. Anyone I should check out?I converted most of my CDs to mp3s. Generally most things sounded fine but certain artists did not convert well. Specifically, bands that have a lot, lot of feedback sound terrible like My Bloody Valentine and J&M Chain.
Should I try again at a higher bit rate or use AAC or WMA? I am using Windows Media Player
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Try AAC at 320 kbps. My JAMC and MBV rips sound pretty good (though even on CD the production is a but muddled on some of that stuff - Isn't Anything for example).
I love shoegaze.
Have you brewed sake? If you have, how did it go?
I am interested in giving it a go.