Bowery Electric


November 12, 1996

Alternative/Indie Rock

1996 sophomore album from New York City band set the dreary organic space rock of their debut to decidedly more electronic rhythms, spinning a trip-hop shoegaze hybrid of their own that was more beat-driven and anti-pop than when peers like Chapterhouse did something similar.

- Fred Thomas


Household Name

July 1, 2022

Alternative/Indie Rock

This indie album sounds relatively generic with a few exceptions like "Lucky" and "Speeding 72" which embrace a little more aggression than the other shoegaze-y songs. It's a good fuzzy-feeling album for spacing out and does a pretty decent job at encapsulating those late-summer and early-fall feelings.

- Mivick Smith