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 (sho͞o′gā′zĭng) or shoe·gaze (-gāz′)
A genre of popular music characterized by droning, electronically modified sounds, typically performed and listened to motionlessly with the eyes cast downward in introspection and often under the influence of psychoactive substances.
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The Horrors play The Tivoli Theatre on Tuesday night (tickets [euro]24) while shoegazing legends The Jesus and Mary Chain are set to rock Vicar Street, [euro]40.
Shoegazing legends Ride are the latest headliners to be added to this year's Green Man bill.
Then we have Lush, who didn't have any dates up here, and I love their dreamier, shoegazing side so we really wanted them on the bill.
Acide Amer hears them reach their shoegazing best, harking back to the late Nineties with a laid back twist on the ambient craze.
Admittedly, it's R&B by way of shoegazing electronica, but you can feel that swelter in the song, the way the chorus curls around her lips.
So did their songs, which build upon a black metal foundation of buzzing guitars and gut-wrenching howls to reveal swaths of shoegazing melody and chiming post-rock meanderings.
Friday's 2-1 defeat to Wales has led to another festival of shoegazing among those who follow Scotland just when it was felt Gordon Strachan would provide a welcome boost in his second game after the lack of adventure that characterised Craig Levein's regime.
Sonic Youth's guitarist Thurston Moore's new band does more of the same shoegazing, grungy guitars drenched in distortion.
com states, “In Space composes atmospheric and haunting songs often in typical shoegazing style, achieved by the significant use of echoing effects, and indistinguishable vocal melodies that blend into the creative turbulence of piano and guitar riffs.
Let's try to forgive the US band its name and move on to their brand of soft, shoegazing indie guitar that's harkening back to those increasingly far-off days of the mid 1990s.
Thurston Moore - Demolished Thoughts THURSTON MOORE may not be a household name, but his band, Sonic Youth, helped define shoegazing, psychedelic grunge in the late Eighties and early Nineties.