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Singapore Sling is a shoegaze band from Reykjavík, Iceland.
As of 2009 they have released four albums and a best of compilation. Singapore Sling have supported The Brian Jonestown Massacre on their North American tours and covered Dirty Water a 1966 garage rock hit by The Standells in their debut album. They have also covered The Monks' I Hate You in the 2006 compilation Silver Monk Time: A Tribute to the Monks.
Their Neo-Psychedelia sound has often been compared by the media to acts such as The Velvet Underground, My Bloody Valentine, The Jesus and Mary Chain, The Raveonettes, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and Serena Maneesh. Although in a tongue-in-cheek the band's frontman Henrik Bjornsson defines it as "a cross be...
Wall of Death, together since April 2010, is now ranked among the principal exponents of the new European post-psychedelic rock scene.
Inspired by the scintillating understatement of the Velvet Underground, the esthetics of Pink Floyd, the stridency of Neu and the Silver Apples, this trio of Gabriel (vocals, guitar, sitar), Brice (keyboard, vocals) and Adam (drums) draws us into their somber, troubling world of uncertainty, perpetually seeking the keys to its future in the ruins of the past.
With roots extending from America to old-world European culture, Wall of Death creates a sound that is powerful, heavy, haunting and visionary.
A synthesizer reaching deep into the bass register, an acid-tinged guitar drenched with ech...
There are two bands from the UK called The Lucid Dream.
The first formed in 1990 hailing from Gloucester in the West Country. Some would describe their sound as 'rural psychedelia' others simple 'a pop-sike nightmare'! By 1991 had already undetaken a UK tour supporting Echo and the Bunnymen and had the 'Dippy' 12 EP released on the Bunnymen's Euphoric Records produced by the Bunnymen's keyboard player Jake Brockman and legendary guitarist Will Sergeant. The group were beginning to make a name for themselves especially on the live circuit and building a great reputation. But by 1992 it had all gone to pot after a series of set-backs and not long after the bands last gig in London at The Robey they decided to call it a day in J...