Shoegaze and slowcore, two genres that had seemed to have nearly disappeared from the musical landscape in the last decade, are making a comeback. On the British side, recent reunions by My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive, and Swervedriver have proven that there is still a market for slow, introspective music. On the American side, artists such as Mark Eitzel and Mark Kozelek have somewhat continued in the tradition of their old bands (American Music Club and Red House Painters, respectively), but have taken on more of a singer-songwriter style in their more recent projects. Spain, a band from Los Angeles whose original career spanned three albums released between 1995 and 2001, may not have been as well known (despite their song “Spiritual” being covered by no less than Johnny Cash), but amongst fans of the genre they were no less beloved. Led by Josh Haden, son of the late great jazz bassist Charlie Haden, Spain melded elements of slowcore with jazz, blues, and Americana to form their own unique take on the genre.