Bora York’s debut full length has been garnering a lot of attention across the web. Dreaming Free really feels like something special. The album features cohesive and well polished tracks that complement one another extremely well. The dream pop outfit seems to have tapped into what really makes the genre great. Keep an eye on this band, we’re sure the momentum will carry them far!
Brothers In Law have crafted a reverb heavy pop sound that would have a home back in the 80s just as much as today. Hailing from Pesaro, Italy, the three-piece band have done a wonderful job on their album, Hard Times For Dreamers. Every track compliments each other and should definitely be listened to in its entirety.
Airy lyrics and minimalistic beats fuse into a dreamy shoegaze blend. Carol Rhyu, also known as White Blush, has released her self-titled EP. The album splits itself between darkwave and lighter ambient styles. It’s a nice mix and is easy to enjoy for fans of this genre.
Los Angeles based Tashaki Miyaki recently released their album, Under Cover. It’s a dreamy glo-fi take on some of your favorite songs from Father John Misty, Guns N Roses, and more. The band’s original songs are great as well so be sure to check that out on Bandcamp.
Brooklyn based Bordeaux is cranking out a dreamy blend of chillwave, electronic, and house. A four track EP might seem to go quick but the tracks actually run long in length giving the listener a chance to take in the various elements being presented. This music is perfect for chilling with friends or helping you get ready for a study session.
Summer may be drawing to a close but that won’t stop Blue Boats from delivering an undeniably catchy way to enjoy the last bit of the sun’s rays! Oliver Gale is the man behind the uplifting dreampop project based out of Bournemouth , UK. Upon first listen we were immediately sold on the concept. ummer’s Down and Sun Burns are two tracks currently featured on his Bandcamp page that blend some of our favorite elements like surf and chillwave. The overall sound is wonderfully addictive and has left us clamoring for more!