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Emerging NYC shoegazers: No Honeymoon

Emerging NYC shoegazers: No Honeymoon

Shades of classic '90s era dreamgaze can be found woven through the music of Brooklyn’s No Honeymoon (not to be confused with shoegazing colleagues ohnomoon - there's almost an anagram there!). Their sophomore EP “Together Alone” (the second one in quick succession after debut "I Wanna See Everything") presents three well produced tracks recorded at Converse Rubber Tracks studio. Lead cut “Yes/No” (streaming) opens with Slowdive/Souvlaki-style looping, which soon gives way to a fuller band sound. Fuzz-buzz guitars and fluid drum fills echo the band Ride, and are complemented with a female voice. Melodic guitar lines emerge between vocal segments, further enhancing the songs overall charm. Unlike role-model band of the shoegazer sound My Bloody Valentine, the vocals presented here aren’t buried under deep layers in the mix, but rather quite clear, and vocalist/guitarist Cait Smith exudes a level of passion and appeal with her semi-distressed delivery. The band has been playing a number of shows around town lately and this EP can be had at their bandcamp page at the always popular name-your-own-price. - Dave Cromwell

Published: November 10, 2015 |

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