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Someone for Everyone

The Capsules

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Album Review

The charming, sometimes sullen dream pop on the Capsules' second album, Someone for Everyone, is hazy and sprawling, an expanse of shoegaze melodies built around Julie Shields' sweet vocals. The husband-and-wife team of Julie and Jason Shields, along with drummer Kevin Trevino, have been crafting thick, ascending, wall-of-sound rock tunes since their inception as Shallow. Like fellow slowcore masters Low, their songs are slow, smartly structured, and emotional. But the Capsules lack the druggy psychedelia of innovators like My Bloody Valentine and Ride, trading it for a wholesome pop mood. There's neither the spiky neo-cortex-burning riffs of Loveless nor the sunburned country of grown-up former second-wave shoegazers like Neil Halstead. Still, the Capsules are quite accomplished and inspiring songwriters; they're just a little more in the vein of ethereal and soaring groups like Eisley than their stoned and daring forebears.

Biography

Formed: 2001 in Lawrence, KS

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Following the breakup of their previous band Shallow, Kansas natives Julie (vocals, guitar, keys) and Jason Shields (bass, loops) recruited drummer Kevin Trevino to form a new project called the Capsules in 2001. Continuing in a style similar to Shallow, the new trio focused on melodic, loop-infused dream pop that recalled bands like Metric, Blonde Redhead, and the Cocteau Twins. They made their debut in 2002 with the album Reverser on Indiana-based Urinine Records, who also released their 2004 follow-up,...
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