The Sundial

Whirr delivers impressive sophomore album, “Sway”

Photo Courtesy of Graveface Records

Jake Tully

September 24, 2014

It doesn’t seem like there’s quite enough umbrage taken with the lack of shoegaze in the current market. While inundated with the likes of radio hip-hop, dragons who imagine and practically everything else, the amount of noise to sample is actually quite slim. Then comes Whirr. They’re exactly what you’re looking for to blast through your headphones to round out your repeat listens of “Loveless” and “Psychocandy.” They’re pure noise, their chief concern...

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