Shields and Ó Cíosóig formed My Bloody Valentine in 1983 and experienced several lineup and location changes until 1987, when its most notable featuring vocalist/guitarist Bilinda Butcher and bassist Debbie Googe joined. Shields has a unique guitar sound, which lies in his approach to performing the instrument. Using a selection of Fender Jaguars and Jazzmasters, he manipulates custom tremolo arms while strumming chords, which he claims contributes a lot to the overall sound of My Bloody Valentine. Shields combines this technique with excessive volumes to produce better sustain, tremolo modulation effects, and reverse reverb effects. After releasing My Bloody Valentine's seminal 1991 album Loveless, the band signed the band a major label deal with Island Records for £250,000. The contract was terminated in 2001, four years after My Bloody Valentine's hiatus, after Shields failed to produce material.
The band reunited in 2007 and began completing m b v, its third studio album, which was released in 2013. 2) Eva Aguila is a noise musician in Portland (formerly of Los Angeles), who is also part of Caldera Lakes, and formerly of Winners and Gang Wizard. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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