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Washed Out Paracosm Trailer

Ernest Greene aka Washed Out has announced Paracosm, the follow-up to 2011's Within and Without. Paracosm is all about imaginary worlds and escapism. Look up Paracosm. This sounds like a really interesting album, with over 50 instruments being used, including vintage keyboards along with the sounds of children and birds, all while remaining catchy with a daytime feel. Subpop... "No, he hasn’t thrown away his computer or synths, but Greene […]

todayMay 26, 2013 9


Pixies: A Visual History Signed By Black Francis

Kickstarter campaign Back in 2004 Sean T. Rayburn and Ray Dolber started the fan site. Today it's the official site of the Pixies and Rayburn has a new Kickstarter funded project in the works celebrating the band's visual history. After receiving a ton of feedback on some vintage Pixies photos on Facebook, Rayburn decided it would be cool to put together a coffee-table book full of early photos including […]

todayMay 25, 2013 51


Shoegaze From Switzerland: Last Leaf Down

Last Leaf Down is a band that has gone through quite a contrasting evolution since their inception in 2003. They started out as a melancholic doom metal band being influenced by bands like Katatonia. Now it sounds like Slowdive has slowly taken the over that position which can be heard on their latest two tracks "The Thought That I Saw You" and "Fake Lights In The Sky." These are two […]

todayMay 24, 2013 48


The Capsules

I first played The Capsules back in 2008 when I had Big Sonic Heaven on Indie 103.1 here in L.A. I wasn't even sure if they were still together since we haven't heard from them since their 2009 release of Long Distance Dedication. Apparently they are because they just released their latest album, Northern Lights And Southern Skies, this past January. The band has been together since 2002 and is […]

todayMay 24, 2013 58


Still Corners Deliver A Dose Of Dream Pop

London based Still Corners released their second album, Strange Pleasures, May 7th on Sub Pop Records. I just heard it for the first time a few minutes ago then promptly came backstage here at Big Sonic Heaven to write this post. This is a shiny, clean, dream pop record that is a delight to your ear balls. The opening track, "The Trip", is an elegant pop track that jingles around […]

todayMay 23, 2013 87


New No Joy Album Out Now

Montreal's No Joy just released their second studio album, Wait To Pleasure, on Kemado Records and Mexican Summer Records last month. I'm pretty new to No Joy whom are Jasamine White-Gluz and Laura Lloyd. Yeah, two girls pumpin' out shoegaze. Remember Lush? Gotta love it! They formed in 2009 and also have one EP and three singles out there. I hear some great influences in No Joy from My Bloody […]

todayMay 23, 2013 71


Kevin Shields Makes Noise Complaint

How ironic! The man responsible for thee loudest show I've ever been to in my life (My Bloody Valentine @ Santa Monica Civic Center on October 1st & 2nd of 2008) has logged a complaint about a bar in his neighborhood that could make too much noise. Laughing out loud I am! No but seriously, I do get it. I live in Hollywood and it ain't exactly quiet here most […]

todayMay 23, 2013 2301


The Breeders 20th Anniversary Reissue And Tour

Wow! I can't believe it sometimes. How did Last Splash by The Breeders get to be 20 years old so fast? I remember driving around in my black Volkswagen GTI listening to that on my pull-out Alpine stereo. Do you remember those? It wasn't just the faceplate that came off, it was the whole frickin' stereo and then you had to carrying it around with you. Luckily Case Logic made […]

todayMay 23, 2013 7


New Club 8 Out Now

It's here! Above The City, the new Club 8 album. Last month we posted the new video for the single "Stop Taking My Time" and now it's time to hear the whole darn thing. If you buy it that is, which you can do here. Above The City, 14 songs in all, is available on CD, vinyl and digitally. The 180 gram vinyl is a limited edition of 500 copies […]

todayMay 22, 2013 13


The Story Of 4AD

Ahhh! My favorite record label of all-time! 4AD. I used to go to the record store weekly to buy new releases and my first question to the record store owner/clerk (whom knew me by name) was, "Anything new on 4AD this week?" Or, I already knew something new was coming out and I was there waiting for them to unpack their deliveries. Keep in-mind, this was all pre-internet and cellphone […]

todayMay 22, 2013 62