Dive (jpn) | White Shore, White Sky

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White Shore, White Sky

by Dive (jpn)

A swirling harmony of 21st century slowcore shoegaze
Genre: Rock: Shoegaze
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1. Circling
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2. 3:00 AM Flow
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3. High
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4. Red Star/Winter Orbit
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8:16 $0.99
5. White Shore, White Sky
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6:00 $0.99
6. Walk
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7. 11202
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8. Wintermute
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9. Sanakan's Search For Cibo
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10. Electric
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11. Shore
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12. Shore Cosmos Pacifica
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13. Dazed At the Park, Gazed At the Sky
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14. DPGS (Fata Morgana Mix)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
After a five year hiatus, Dive (JPN), the modern, turn of the millenium Japanese shoegaze band from the Tokyo bliss scene, return in 2010. Armed with a wall of polyphonic guitars, the new recording “White Shore ,White Sky” is a soundscape of swirling noise and harmonies invoking visions of metallic oceans and distorted skies.

This set (recorded in New York , where Composer/Guitarist/Vocalist Sasaoka moved to in 2005) finds the band picking up where they left off from the previous album release "freeze frame++" with a set of fourteen new tracks including “Red Star/Winter Orbit” and “Walk”.


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