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“Fifty-one bands from all around the world have joined their hearts and music together to pay tribute to one of the most passionate music enthusiasts that the shoegaze community has ever known. Premiering today, June 29th, at The Big Takeover is a compilation affectionately titled For The Love of Chris Tressler, dedicated to the memory of this amazing man.” http://bigtakeover.com/news/album-premiere-for-the-love-of-chris-tressler-compilation

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“Stellarscope are on undeniable form with this release and as the album continues they proceed to dazzle with craftsmanship honed over two decades of making music that draws influence from psych and space-rock, pre and post-punk, songs that contain soaring melodies and crashing guitar pyrotechnics within the space of a single verse. Never ones to merely repeat themselves, each track on Standing In The Shadow Of Your Ghost shows a different aspect of Stellarscope and their continuously evolving sound.” Read the full review here http://www.adequacy.net/2017/06/stellarscope-standing-shadow-ghost/

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Thank you The RingMaster Review for the detailed review of Stellarscope’s ‘Standing in the shadow of your ghost’ “Evocatively invasive and seductive from its first to last breath, Standing In The Shadow Of Your Ghost is the new album from US outfit Stellarscope. Shaped by rousing yet darkly suggestive rhythms and driven by emotion strapped melodies within cinematically hued atmospherics, the release consumes as it ignites ears and imagination from pretty much its opening and seemingly intimate contemplation of “the pain of loss and the fear of an uncertain future.””
Read the full review here:
https://ringmasterreviewintroduces.wordpress.com/2017/06/13/stellarscope-standing-in-the-shadow-of-your-ghost/ #postpunk #shoegaze #indierock #stellarscope #philadelphia

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“No words can express how difficult it was to disclose the album that is “Standing In The Shadow Of Your Ghost” by the Stellarscope. It was mind mindbogglingly how well of an album this turned out. For it is so well rounded to being such a crafted piece of effort, there are so many elements in play. You can a douse of the past era’s of the 80’s, 90’s, to other depths of the world, Britain’s pop and punk scene out of the U.K. regions for one. For another you just get one of those albums that just leaves you in wonder and wisdom.”- Natalie Perez

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Thank you Moshville for the review of our latest record and for the Band of the Day pick. We are truly grateful. “Post-punk is a truly unique genre, mixing droning guitar riffs and quiet vocals to create an ethereal, dream-like wall of sound. Stellarscope, today’s Band of the Day, have seemingly mastered the ability to create such a wall of sound, with the Philadelphia-based duo producing music which manages to be explicitly post-punk, defining the genre through their newest release Standing in the Shadows of Your Ghost. ” Read the full review here https://www.moshville.co.uk/feature/botd/2017/06/band-of-the-day-stellarscope/

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Thank you Revista The 13th for reviewing Stellarscope’s new album “Standing in the shadow of your ghost”. In addition check out the interview with our friends Resplandor and a song by song review of Slowdive’s new record by people in the scene like Pedro Damian (Shoegazer Alive), Rebecca Bayse (The Emerald Down), Nick Noble (93MillionMilesFromTheSun),Tom Lugo (Stellarscope), Gardy Perez Ruiz (Un-Real), Roman Kalitkin (Sounds of Sputnik), David Yépez (Sexores), and Orquídea (Banda peruana).
#shoegazer #shoegaze #dreampop #nugaze #indierock #indiepop #altrock #altpop #stellarscope #musicreview #musicmagazine
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Thank you Stereo Stickman for the review!!!! Stellarscope’s “Standing In The Shadow Of Your Ghost offers audiences an intense array of explicitly human ideas, feelings and soundscapes. Beginning with the undeniably hard hitting Don’t Belong, the album is easily as heavy as it is emotional.” Read the track by track review here: http://stereostickman.com/reviews/stellarscope-standing-in-the-shadow-of-your-ghost/ #indierock #indiepop #postpunk #shoegaze #philadelphia #stellarscope #musicreview

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