Radio Skies, a dream-rock band from Ojai (USA), is the quintet of Danny Wright, Oliwa, Ethan Glazer, Eric Sullivan and Erin Sidney who on the 2nd of November will be releasing the LP Double Life.
Immediately on hitting play the listener undergoes a process of osmosis becoming as one with the soundscape as the music merges with the mind in luxuriant layers of soft velvet which ensnare the amygdala in the gently undulating compositions.
Do You Feel, the third of the nine on the album (available on bandcamp) attests to a release in which the audience will immerse their mind and body with no desire to be separated.
On the 17th the single Easy Strand was released by the England based dream-rock quintet Swimming Tapes.
The quintet have been quietly making progress in the background with word arriving that an LP is in the offing and there will be a short, five date, England and Scotland tour in November.
In the interim the new single, Easy Strand, which appears almost exactly a year after the EP Soft Sea Blue, other than the acoustic version of their 2016 single Tides which came out in February, makes this the first release for them this year.
Perhaps it is something more than a coincidence that their wistfully dreamy shimmery summer vibe releases often appear this time of year, the original of Tides was also in September.
Lay back, kick up the heels and allow the washes of the gazey guitars curtain off the hassles of daily life.
The England based dream-rock quartet Moon Panda head towards the release of the EP Pastel Pool next month.
Their latest track to surface – Rabbit, akin to previous material of theirs featured, heads in to its own warren of discovery through a tunnel interconnected, yet distinctive, of dreamy spirals and hazy undulations.
The Canadian dream-rock project Twilight Fields released the LP Our Time Is Now on the 15th.
Regularly featuring since being introduced in 2016 the album (available on bandcamp) finds a less melancholic mood than much of the material previously featured, though still of contemplative narrative.
The eleven track, roughly fifty six minutes, LP reflects on the value of close relationships in a world which is becoming ever more fractured.
Plutinos is the solo project of the US dream-rock creator Nate Barnes.
The début eponymous five track EP (available on bandcamp) was released last week.
The songs fill the room with spacious wisps of gazey reverb and echoing frequencies which invite the listener to lay back on a soft pillow whilst eyeing drifting cirrus clouds which streak across the sky to become lost in the calming influences of the approximately twenty one minutes of ambient, slightly trippy, gossamer texture.