Keeley Loomer & Dark Side Reviews
Huw Price has flashbacks to his studio-engineer past thanks to a pair of ‘Workstation’ pedals from Robert Keeley that promise to be a one-stop shop for David Gilmour and shoegaze fans…
Superficially, this might seem like an odd pairing – post-hippy prog meets late-80s shoegaze – but then again, the eras had certain similarities. Long unkempt hair, disheveled clothes, angsty withdrawn young men, mind-altering substances and groundbreaking guitar tones with a strong focus on fuzz.
These days, shoegaze may feel more like a fondly remembered footnote, but for many it was the perfect antidote for the metal and poodle rock that had poisoned the guitar pool in the 80s.The post Keeley Loomer & Dark Side Reviews appeared first on Guitar & Bass.