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Shine // Stare Into The Sun 12 "

Shine // Stare Into The Sun 12 "

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American hardcore bandThe debut 12 "of the shoegaze band Shine, which was newly started by Regional Justice Center and New Gods members, has arrived for the first time in Japan.

This is a recommended piece for RIDE and My Bloody Valentine lovers who faithfully reproduces the sound of the early 90's.

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Torn Light releases available at Tobira. 

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"Featuring members of hardcore juggernauts, Regional Justice Center and Seattle's New Gods, Shine channels the noise and driving aggression of the these bands, but through a more playful, Britpop-tinged lens. On their debut EP,'Stare Into the Sun', Shine harkens back to the heyday of shoegaze and neopsychedelia, combining elements of Ride, My Bloody Valentine, and Primal Scream. However, they don't just sound like another reverb worship “nugaze” band,'Stare into the Sun' truly sounds like a Long lost release from the early 90's. Big riffs, driving rhythms, and ear worm melodies are here in abundance. All fans of Creation Records take note. "-Brain Cole --Funeral Party Records

artist: Shine

label: Torn Light

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American hardcore bandThe debut 12 "of the shoegaze band Shine, which was newly started by Regional Justice Center and New Gods members, has arrived for the first time in Japan.

This is a recommended piece for RIDE and My Bloody Valentine lovers who faithfully reproduces the sound of the early 90's.

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Torn Light releases available at Tobira. 

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"Featuring members of hardcore juggernauts, Regional Justice Center and Seattle's New Gods, Shine channels the noise and driving aggression of the these bands, but through a more playful, Britpop-tinged lens. On their debut EP,'Stare Into the Sun', Shine harkens back to the heyday of shoegaze and neopsychedelia, combining elements of Ride, My Bloody Valentine, and Primal Scream. However, they don't just sound like another reverb worship “nugaze” band,'Stare into the Sun' truly sounds like a Long lost release from the early 90's. Big riffs, driving rhythms, and ear worm melodies are here in abundance. All fans of Creation Records take note. "-Brain Cole --Funeral Party Records

artist: Shine

label: Torn Light