Who knew shoegaze indie-pop had reached Russia? Well it has in the form of St. Petersburg's Pinkshinyultrablast. They have updated the genre a little to include ethereal twinkles which create a dynamic sound againsts the distorted guitars. Kiddy Pool Dreams is the first single from their forthcoming second album of the same name.
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- AC3012124 / Limited frosted pink, purple and blue vinyl vinyl 10" on Club AC30. Edition of 300 copies
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8/10 Robin Staff review, 02 October 2015
Russian lifers Pinkshinyultrablast have been spending their recent years endeavouring to convert their nougat-centered shoegaze into heavy math ‘n’ metal, and on ‘Kiddy Pool Dreams’ it works wonders: an elegiac, spaced out production that makes Cocteau Twins sound like stay-at-home agoraphobes bends and breaks under the weight of riffs that sound like they were delivered by And So I Watch You From Afar. Between segments of blissful ambience and furious rock ‘n’ roll, listening to Pinkshinyultrablast now feels like diving into a ravine: the epic fall is met with water submerging itself into your ears.
On the flip, Pinkshinyultrablast use ‘Kitty’s Cool Beams’ to make you think of a parallel universe where A Sunny Day In Glasgow are less about songs, more about jams, a synth rattling away over a gorgeous… programmed cowbell? It’s hard to say for sure, but the out-of-this-world aurora remains. I hope you brought your telescope.
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