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Invisible Days

Invisible Days is:


Alex Koch – Vocals/Bass
Sean Finnigan – Vocals/Guitar
Michael Petrucelly – Drums

Brooklyn

“This is one of the few bands we’ve heard in recent times that’s creating quality shoegazey music that doesn’t sound formulaic.The single we are streaming below has cool sounds, a beautiful melody sung by a voice possessing a graceful and dreamy empathy that might have therapeutic and stress relieving powers – that’s what anybody into dream pop like us wants to hear. By the way, hopefully this little blurb is positive enough to get the band to quote us on their online press section!” – thedelimagazine.com

“No too much info on Brooklyn’s Invisible Days, except to say that if Solitary Time is indicative of the quality of material they intend to release hereafter, they should do quite well for themselves.

A self-proclaimed “psych/shoegaze-ish trio,” I was immediately and pleasantry surprised by the restraint shown by the band in their first single. Not content to simply make noise for noise sake, the band seems to have whipped the most serene elements of My Bloody Valentine, Smashing Pumpkins and early Pink Floyd into a dreamy, but still crunchy froth. The final effect comes across not unlike A Place To Bury Strangers on Percocet. Highly recommended post-op listening, which you can get in exchange for your email address, or as a 7-inch later this month.”
http://www.myoldkentuckyblog.com

“I’m not sure if there’s a microgenre name for “super chill shoegazey dreampop vibes”, but I haven’t found it yet. I should really ask these Brooklyn guys, because they’d be the ones leading the charge. This track nearly shimmers in its lovely washes of pretty guitar sounds. ”
– http://yvynyl.tumblr.com

“Just heard the latest single from Brooklyn’s Invisible Days which is to be released as a 7″ soon on Toilet Records. The track is called Solitary Time and is an echo chamber of psychedelic Shoegaze. The production is crisp and allows for the listener to hear each and every nook and cranny of sound within the song. Shimmering guitars ring out over a strong bass line and a steady solid drum backing. The vocal floats hazily along pausing for minor breakdown moments of sound and then sneaks its way back into the mix.”
– http://goodpopbadpop.wordpress.com

“We are vibing on these guys something awful right now and it feels great. Beloved Rogue is a three-piece from Brooklyn, and they do this dark, meandering indie rock thing that is strangely, happily reminiscent of the mighty Seam. The vocals, though, are surprisingly airy and reverb-heavy, giving the whole thing a nice contrast in tones. One imagines their live show will be very loud. Or one hopes, anyway. ” – www.thelmagazine.com

“I just finished listening to the EP, and it’s fantastic. If you’re a fan of 90’s-style shoegaze/dream-pop (think Slowdive, Ride, Swervedriver, etc.), I strongly recommend that you check them out ASAP” – babystew.com

“for Swervedriver fans Beloved Rogue, “Daysleeping” is a must” – brightestyoungthings.com

“… an over all sound which can be both challenging and relaxing in the same instant.” – indiebandsblog.com

“…the songwriting is solid as a rock” – theneedledrop.blogspot.com

“…Beloved Rogue have crazy amounts of potential” – the-music-journal.blogspot.com

“…If you’ve read this blog for more than a minute than you might know that I’m a sucker for this kind of sound.” – theskyreport.com

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