It was now some while ago that we first fell down the particularly accommodating dream-pop rabbit hole that was What Went Wrong? from Gothenburg four-piece Great Hare, and the comparatively giddying, if commensurately winsome Rock n Roll Dreams had us in a similar tizzy even from an inaugural play. Envisage Thurston Moore “drinking to stay awake” while again refining, and in turn redefining expansive lo-fi together with Emanuel Lundgren and Luke Steele, and you’ve a vague image of the Scandi-rock perfection that Great Hare this time trend in. And without doubt, it’s such stuff as dreams are made on.
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- Needing to burn off a few excess calories in the coming days? You could do worse than to stick Percussions' Sext on… http://t.co/Wr7Va9t8is about 2 days ago from web
- Another truly lustrous number, stream @100waters' immaculately layered Xtalk: http://t.co/4VZn3ZXXrt @OWSLAOfficial about 2 days ago from web
- A 'flawlessly piquant and poised' performance, @TomMcMinigal reviews @fearofmen live at Dalston's @_Birthdays: http://t.co/LUZ97NqHOs about 2 days ago from web
- Far and away the most compelling they've yet contrived, stream Storms from @wolfalicemusic's new #CreatureSongs EP: http://t.co/kFnKA8O8Nj about 2 days ago from web