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After a five-year break between full-length releases, Belong's second album, Common Era, ripped into things right from the get-go with "Come See," as good a blast of My Bloody Valentine overdrive — Isn't Anything era — as one could want. The slight downside might be contextual given how many more shoegaze bands have blasted forth since their debut, but there's enough sighing vocals and feedback exultance and more throughout Common Era that if Belong are even more clearly part of a pack now, they're doing a damn good job in it. The echoed drums throughout just as readily suggest the other core touchstone band of the continuing scene — the Jesus and Mary Chain — but the sonic violence level almost (if not quite) reaches that of Lovesliescrushing. Combined, it all makes for something of a romp, helped by the sometimes surprisingly clear lyrics, despite all the airy swaths of sound around the vocals. Songs like the dreamily punchy pop of "A Walk" and "Different Heart" and the cascading, descending swirl and sonic moan of "Keep Still" don't reinvent wheels but do serve as good general exercises in the field, lovely, tender, and loud.

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That's it. I don't think i have much else to say.


Something like Nugaze, but frequently with faster tempo. The beauty of the wall-of-sound once rocking and mellow. Well done.

layers of bliss

bought a track, came back for more. gets into your head in a good way.


Fecha de formación: New Orleans, LA, 2002

Género: Electrónica

Años de actividad: '00s

Creating glorious sonic landscapes from dense sheets of guitar-generated noise, Belong are a collaboration between guitarist Michael Jones and producer Turk Dietrich (the latter is also a member of Benelli with Joshua Eustis of Telefon Tel Aviv). Drawing influences from My Bloody Valentine, Brian Eno's ambient music, and composer William Basinski, Belong came together in 2002, when Jones and Dietrich started discussing likeminded musical ideas, and in 2004 they began working up material in Dietrich's...
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