Oh yeah, the comparison to Lush is totally spot-on…
‘Separate Sense’ by Dreamscape
Thank goodness somebody at the fine label Kranky decided to unearth and re-appraise the recordings of early ’90s band Dreamscape. Such zeitgeist-presaging, DIY gaze-pop should never have been left to gather dust in the vaults of obscurity. The Bristol trio led by Rebecca Rawlings delivers a feminine vocal ethereality comparable to era-stalwarts Lush, while the synthetic-sounding drum machines they use to round out the rhythm section drives home their Cocteau Twins/4AD aspirations. A nine-track compilation of rare and unreleased recordings entitled La-Di-Da Recordings will be released on August 20.
(via No Fear Of Pop)