Bands tagged with Nineties
Dreamy quintet from Reading, UK that was prominent in the first wave of shoegaze bands.
Oxford quartet that was at the forefront of the 'Shoegaze' movement in the early 90's.
Lush were an English rock band formed in London in 1987. The lineup before the original split consisted of Miki Berenyi (vocals, guitar), Emma Anderson
Swervedriver are an English alternative rock band formed in Oxford in 1989 around core members Adam Franklin and Jimmy Hartridge. Between 1989 and 1998, the
Pale Saints began as a jangly indie pop band, influenced by Primal Scream's early sound.
The band formed in 1995 as a duo, with Ollie Browne playing guitar and Peggy Frew on bass, with both taking turns on vocals. The
The Telescopes are an English noise, space rock, dream pop and psychedelic band, formed in 1987 by Stephen Lawrie, and drawing influence from artists such
Flying Saucer Attack is an English experimental space rock band formed in Bristol in 1992. The band was lead by songwriter David Pearce, along with
Pain Teens was an experimental noise rock band formed in Houston, Texas in 1985 by Scott Ayers and Bliss Blood. The band used tape manipulation,
Red House Painters were an American rock band, formed in San Francisco, California in 1988. They were one of the most prominent acts associated with
Even As We Speak is an indie band from Sydney, Australia. Formed in the mid 1980s.
Shoegaze four piece that morphed into brit-pop during mid nineties.
Gaslight Radio formed at Burleigh Heads, Queensland in 1995 by brothers Rory and Marty Cooke along with Simon Piper and Phil Roubin. They relocated to
Moose were a one of the first wave of shoegaze bands from England. Apparently the term 'Shoegaze' originates from an early Moose gig review that