MY BLOODY VALENTINE – Shoegaze Noise Masterpiece ‘LOVELESS’ Released 30 Years Ago Today

Back in time

4 November 2021

Band: MY BLOODY VALENTINE (Ireland/UK)
Who: Shoegaze noisemakers led by Kevin Shields
Active: Since 1979 / (only) 3 studio LPs with m b v
as their third, already 8 years ago.

Anniversary album: LOVELESS
Released: 4 November 1991 – 30 years ago today

Pitchfork said: “Few pop albums are routinely described in religious terms
but this is one of them. It’s partly because, like any scripture worth its salt, it
leaves itself open to interpretation. Going back to that Eno quote, there’s no
telling what many of these songs “mean,” even after you’ve read the lyrics. They
bypass the language center of the brain and head for other areas, where memory,
tactile sensation, and emotions lie. It’s an album you feel more than one you
understand.”
Score: 10/10.

Turn Up The Volume: Loud layers, louder layers, loudest layers.
Outlandish, self-willed, incomparable. Shoegaze guerilla.

Full album…

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