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A Shoreline Dream

The third in an ongoing line of similarly themed but not musically identical projects from the core duo of Ryan Policky and Gabriel Ratliff, A Shoreline Dream combines the epic sonic attack of post-rock outfits like Godspeed You! Black Emperor and Sigur Rós with the more pop-oriented and danceable feel of the classic shoegazer bands of the turn of the 1990s. The first band to feature the Denver-based Policky (vocals, guitars, and synthesizers) and Ratliff (drums) was the Radiohead-like art rock outfit Pure Drama, which released two albums, 2001's On the Surface and 2003's Pure Drama. Following that second album, Pure Drama disbanded and Policky and Ratliff joined with Björk-like singer Sarah Marcogliese (formerly of Look Eye) to form the more downtempo and dance-oriented trio Drop the Fear. That group's sole album, 2004's Drop the Fear, was well reviewed, but the collaboration did not last. With Policky taking over lead vocals on his own for the first time, the duo added guitarist Erik Jeffries and bassist Enoc Torraca to form the more experimental A Shoreline Dream. The new group's self-titled debut EP, featuring four lengthy atmospheric bliss-outs, was released by the Latenight Weeknight label in May 2006. A full-length album, Avoiding the Consequences, followed in the early fall. ~ Stewart Mason, Rovi
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i love this
sullyplath
acetone sounds great too
Look at my super intense photo!
we all believe in the same god, really
The first time I heard this, I was standing on the beach on Waikiki, Oahu, Hawaii enjoying the sun and the surf and the scenery - fit perfectly - thanks for a great tune.
I loved that this came up first today on my radio. Never heard of, but after hearing some Boston-based "Junius" (the band), this song fits nicely with a hint of "Phaser" (the band). 2 minutes in, I hope "if These Trees Could Talk" is soon an artist that Pandora recognizes.
running_cord l e s s
There's just something about the "shoegazing" feel of this band...I sure like it. "Zoning" hits on all the right cylinders!
sharpless
So nice to find this band. Very rare niche of sonic atmosphere, at least rare now days. Goes perfectly with early 90's goodies like Slow Dive and Ride.
Cheers!
mummylaunche r
Zoning is great!
Saturday Morning is great.
tpmarczak
Pretty impressive.
Me like!
Sounds like "The Ocean Blue" with a bit more ambience.
Classic oceanic, wall of sound. Just waves, rolling on the sea.

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