“Galaxie 500 Returns with Unreleased Gems: ‘Uncollected Noise New York ’88-’90’ Out Now!”

Dream-pop trio Galaxie 500 is set to release a new collection of previously unreleased songs, giving fans a deeper look into the band's evolution.

Galaxie 500, the influential dream-pop trio from the late 1980s and early 1990s, is set to release a new collection of previously unreleased songs. Titled “Uncollected Noise New York ’88-’90,” the album features 24 tracks recorded at a New York studio during the band’s heyday.

The collection includes a mix of hard-to-find and never-before-heard songs, giving fans a deeper look into the band’s creative process and evolution. The songs were unearthed from the band’s archives and have been remastered for this release.

Galaxie 500, consisting of vocalist and guitarist Dean Wareham, bassist Naomi Yang, and drummer Damon Krukowski, formed in 1987 and quickly gained a cult following with their unique blend of dreamy pop and noisy, experimental rock. They released three albums before disbanding in 1991, but their influence on the indie rock scene continues to this day.

The new collection features a range of songs, from early demos and alternate versions of familiar tracks to completely unheard material. It offers a glimpse into the band’s creative process and showcases their musical versatility.

Fans can expect to hear songs like “Blue Thunder,” “Tugboat,” and “Fourth of July” in a new light, as well as previously unheard tracks like “The Other Side” and “The Ballad of El Goodo.” The collection also includes a cover of The Velvet Underground’s “Here She Comes Now.”

In a statement, the band expressed their excitement for the release of “Uncollected Noise New York ’88-’90.” They said, “We are thrilled to share these previously unreleased songs with our fans. It’s a special collection that captures a specific time and place in our musical journey.”

The album will be available on vinyl, CD, and digital formats on October 22 via Domino Records. It will also include liner notes from the band members, providing insight into the songs and their significance.

Galaxie 500’s “Uncollected Noise New York ’88-’90” is a must-have for fans of the band and anyone interested in the evolution of dream-pop and indie rock. With its mix of familiar and unheard material, it offers a unique and intimate look into the band’s creative process and showcases their musical talent.

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