Stop Loving Everything: A Place to Bury the Slept On
Finally. Some justice for Skywave, albeit via Oliver Akcermann's new outfit A Place to bury Strangers. Of course, it takes a move to Brooklyn for Pitchfork to notice Ackermann's now ten-year-old assault and revitalization of the shoegazing genre. Kevin Shields might be a Goddish shoegaze personality, but he's made only one album. Ackermann's made a bunch, all good.
Just read my post about Skywave from June of '06.
I'll put some tracks up later. In the meantime, you know where to find 'em.
Labels: A Place to Bury Strangers, Skywave