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The shoegaze genre didn't catch on much in the U.S. beyond the ever-expanding cult of My Bloody Valentine. Indie musicians, however, often revisit the fuzzy sounds of the late ‘80s and early ‘90s with a determination to take its mystical elements and turn it back into pop music. With the charming guileless vocals of Stephanie Min guiding these adventurous tracks, this London-based quintet could break in a big way. “Jamais Vu” throws a touch of B-52's-type manic energy, while “Tame,” “Ordinary Boy,” and “Snowball” spread the confectionary hooks. “Special Girl” pumps up a muscular rock ’n’ roll vibe, with new bassist Joanna Curwood locking into place.

Biography

Formed: London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

When Stephanie Min and Jerome Watson began making bedroom demos and posting them onto a MySpace page, they never anticipated garnering the kind of reaction that would force them to take things into the outside world. But once they began receiving interest from management and labels, it only seemed right for the London duo to recruit James Thomas (drums), Kelly Owens (bass, backing vocals), and Aslam Ghauri (guitar) through a mixture of online advertisements and friends. Influenced by shoegaze and...
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