The following is a list of shoegazing musicians, i.e., musicians who play in the shoegazing style.
Moody, brooding, disengaged and dark are just a few adjectives that can used to describe shoegaze bands. Emerging from the UK in the late 1980s/early 1990s, shoegaze bands were given that moniker because of their live shows.
My Bloody Valentine "You Made Me Realise"
My Bloody Valentine are an Irish rock band that pioneered the shoegazing genre in the late '80s/early '90s.
When My Bloody Valentine‘s ‘You Made Me Realise’ single hit record shops in 1988, no one knew the profound effect it would have on the indie music scene in the coming years. Taking the Irish group’s formula of soaking their guitars in reverb, distortion and other effects, an army of new acts emerged in the early ’90s, and to the dismay of many, the sound came to be known as shoegaze.
From the compilation album released in 1990, titled "Gala".
Lush are an English alt rock band and one of the first to be described with the label "shoegazing."
Born in the UK in the late-'80s, shoegaze was a movement that used incredibly loud electric guitars to make something that had little connection to traditional rock'n'roll.
Artist: Slowdive. Song: Crazy For You. Album: Pygmalion. Year: 1995. Label: Creation Records. Genre: Shoegaze, Dream Pop.
Slowdive are an English rock band with a musical style that has been linked to shoegaze, dream pop, ambient and indie rock.
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