Editors’ Notes Scotland's Jesus and Mary Chain more or less invented noise-pop with their 1985 debut, Psychocandy. But the ripples of William and Jim Reid's tuneful, feedback-heavy sound would reverberate for years to follow—across shoegaze, dream-pop, alt-rock, industrial, and more. Hear JAMC's influence over the last three decades of indie guitar music—My Bloody Valentine's wall of noise, Smashing Pumpkins' distortion-driven melodies, Best Coast's modern fuzz-pop songwriting—on these “Just Like Honey”-dripped tunes.

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