For Women’s History Month, Eleanor Palmer tracks the contributions of women to the shoegaze and dream pop genres over the years.
Jellyskin took to the small stage at Milo Bar and played an intense set of dreamy shoegaze. The atmosphere they conjure up is in equal measures romantic and brooding, and the two are blended between […]
In merely fifty-five minutes, an eclectic combination of synth-heavy psychedelia and dark, ethereal shoegaze was enough to leave myself, and a sold out Brudenell Social Club, left entranced by the Leeds quintet. Performing at the […]