“Composed of Jeff Cornell, Sean Neppl, Jack Woolsey, Jordan Bleau and Emmy Carter, Gloss' strengths live in their ability to create beautiful, lush soundscapes. Every song on their EP is drenched in shoegaze influences, resulting in wispy echoes and delicate melodies. That along with relatable themes of fear, relationships and struggles makes them a refreshingly accessible band.” - FILTER Magazine
"Making shiny dreampop that also manages a powerful effect without the glare isn't always easy, but in the case of Gloss, whose "Whose Name" is vibrant and full of excess chorus pedal, emits both color and shine to good end." - IMPOSE Magazine
“Featuring shimmering six-strings, rubbery high-toned bass, and chilly synthesizers, their debut EP, Between Themselves, recalls dream-pop practitioners like Wild Nothing as well as '80s U.K. icons like Echo and the Bunnymen.” - Rob van Alstyne, City Pages Minneapolis
“10 Twin Cities music acts who deserve to be famous” - City Pages Minneapolis
supported by 10 fans who also own “Between Themselves”
I most replayed 'Video Tape' music video on the YouTube cause I played game like those people.
Music Video: youtu.be/jgb69PAcap8
My favorite parts are beats and fingering rhythm for gameplay are linking from 2:10 to the ending. Awesome cut-up editing with song :) SomaFM.com listener