Moscow Olympics is a four piece dream-pop/shoegaze band from the Philippines, formed back in 2006. Their lush, dreamy sound draw heavy influences from the swedes in The Radio Dept, and has a similar touch to their music as theirĀ labelmates The Bilinda Butchers. This is their third 7″ (including a split single with The Morning Paper) from september last year, released through the brilliant Beko Disques. They did also release a mini-album back in 2008 on CD you might want to seek out.
A-side “Reprise” is a chilled, haunting track for late summer nights in your hammock, while B-side “Keep The Avenues Open” is an electro-pop rework signed Markus WahlstrĆ¶m. If you’re into fuzzy dream pop, you’ll find some great qualities in this fine bunch.
This is close to sold out by now, so jump in quick if this hits your spot..
Includes immediate download of 2-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app.
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