Eric Van Lustbader
A shimmering, hard-hitting nugaze album by a new group that really knows where it's at. This genre's sound is so dominated by by a new groups from the 90s and '00s that it's become something of a cliche. Here Glaare reinvents the genre with fantastic songs, driving beats, and the requisite ethereal female vocals. Urgent and essential listening.
Favorite track: Desiree.
supported by 71 fans who also own “To Deaf And Day”
It's hard to decide on my favourite track, they are all great. The whole atmosphere of the album is one of late summer and oppressive heat, with people slowly roaming dusty streets or hanging out in sparse shadow, old cars with plastic charms bleached out by the sun dangling from rear mirrors, motels with box air conditioners louder than they are effective... mitula
supported by 53 fans who also own “To Deaf And Day”
A lovely EP with a mix of label-mates like Night Sins and Captive, a goth-y 'Mezcal' era Swervedriver and a nice coloring of Sisters Of Mercy. This EP is kind of like all-night-bar-dark-eyes stoically wincing at the morning light. Really good stuff. brantly