My Bloody Valentine, Radiohead, Tame Impala, Deerhunter
“Imagine if My Bloody Valentine wanted to sound more like The Bends-era Radiohead and that should give you an idea of their sound, highly recommended band.”
“Listening to them paints just the picture, they’re trailblazers soaring sonically above the lonesome trail connecting the mid-west to the coast.”
“Like the best music in the genre, the EP balances ambient effects, bursts of squalor and straightforward pop melodies.”
“Blue Haze EP that really sets the old pulse racing: a blossoming anthemia as eruptive and impactive as any Emirates firecracker, it's redolent of Deerhunter at their most disgruntled yet ever mellifluous and it's one to go nuts; go apeshit for.”
“The L.A. based band Wild Eyes has a keen sense of what's catchy, and their newly released Blue Haze EP exemplifies this. The 4-song release is an impressive debut, especially for a style of music that can fall apart so quickly.”
“LA’s Wild Eyes are pretty much the ideal post-2010 band, the image, the sound and the talent are there in abundance, and they aren’t afraid to express it.”
“if you’re into dreamy, fuzz-pedal rock then you’re in luck: these guys are shoegaze done right. Check out the EP’s title track, a swirling ocean of whispered vocals and slushy guitars appropriately entitled ‘Blue Haze’”
“Wild Eyes, a So. Cal. shoegaze band with heart-and-brain-melting tracks that recall the best of the genre — Ride, Slowdive, My Bloody Valentine.”
“fresh out of the box shoegaze act from Los Angeles. Wild Eyes shoot forth plenty of noise rocking action, hazy vocal hooks and a healthy dose of reverb!”
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