S.C.U.M, Again Into Eyes

It’s the wall of guitar and keyboard sounds that makes shoegaze—or, rather, “nugaze”— so seductive.
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It’s the wall of guitar and keyboard sounds that makes shoegaze—or, rather, “nugaze”— so seductive.

It’s the wall of guitar and keyboard sounds that makes shoegaze—or, rather, “nugaze”— so seductive. If the Psychedelic Furs, Slowdive, the Kills, and Interpol got busy in the back seat of a 1986 Honda Civic, S.C.U.M would be the resulting love child. The soaring synths and droning guitar riffs of “Faith Unfolds” make me want to shift from side to side while staring at my feet, making an occasional head-nod— and it feels really good. An addictive debut. (Mute | scum1968.com)

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