Alison's Halo - Eyedazzler 1992-1996 (Part 1)
Alison's Halo - Eyedazzler 1992-1996 (Part 2)
This is a collection of various odds and ends from a lo-fi dream-pop out of Tempe, Arizona. They recorded their music primarily on 4-track and sounded reminiscent of Slowdive, Cocteau Twins, My Bloody Valentine or Bleach if they hunkered down in New Zealand and went for the production aesthetic of groups on the Flying Nun and Xpressway labels. Expect washes of guitar worthy of Robin Guthrie, schoolgirl vocals and very understated drumming. It's a little spotty, but "Chime", "Slowbleed", "Torn" and "Melt" are pretty gorgeous.
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