4AD’s first album of the Nineties, The Comforts of Madness by Pale Saints, is receiving a long overdue reappraisal on the occasion of its 30th anniversary. The reissue includes remastered audio. Pivotal shoegaze, high textured bliss.
Dead Can Dance’s fourth album, The Serpent’s Egg (1988), came during a prolific period for the band, being released just four years after their debut. It was also the first they made at their own [...]
Best listened to from inside the womb, Duster’s 1998’s debut Stratosphere simultaneously capped off and reinvented the slow core’s first wave. A four track dreamscape that will wake the neighbors [...]