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Album Review

Imagine a shoegazer session produced by Phil Spector and the end result would undoubtedly sound exactly like Lush's "For Love." Modernizing the classic girl group sound for the dream pop era, the song is a dramatic departure from previous Lush singles, peeling back their wailing wall of sound to emphasize Miki Berenyi's girlish vocals and Emma Anderson's simple but lovely guitar. The cumulative effect is stunning — though no less cinematic or otherworldly as past efforts, "For Love" is Lush's most direct and poignant moment, seamlessly fusing human drama with sonic grandeur. The three songs rounding out this EP are inconsequential by comparison, although the cover of Wire's "Outdoor Miner" captures Lush at their most incendiary.


Formed: October, 1988 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '10s

Meshing dreamy, effects-drenched guitars with airy, catchy melodies, Lush were one of the most prominent shoegaze/dream pop bands of the early '90s. Led by guitarists Miki Berenyi and Emma Anderson, the British band gained a cult following within the British and American undergrounds with its first EPs, yet the group never quite attained the critical respect given to its peers My Bloody Valentine and Ride. Even so, Lush lasted longer than any other of their contemporaries (with the exception of the...
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