20 March 2009

Bowery Electric

Bowery Electric, when the shoegaze sound moved from Brits with guitars to a couple of New Yorkers with computers.

"Fear of Flying" is from 1997. I probably first heard it on KDHX, and picked up the needlessly double-disc Vertigo at Vintage Vinyl. I revisited today while digging through piles of cd's that aren't loaded on my laptop, but really should be.

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Utah electrician(s) said...

Bowery Electric's music defies easy classification. The group earned critical acclaim for experimentation across several genres and mixing elements of ambient, drone, electronic and experimental music with '70's soul soundtracks, dub, disco, experimental rock and hip hop.