Given Club AC30's devotion to the shoegazing/dreampop scene, the obvious thing to do would be to attempt a covers compilation. Fittingly, most of the songs retooled here come from the late 80's/early 90's period when the movement was at its peak in popularity. The acts involved are never less than respectful to their heroes and occasional moments of inspiration reveal the originals in a new light. Plus points go to Windermere for their slow-burning take on Curve's 'Coast Is Clear', whilst Swervedriver are well served not once but twice as the euphoric thrills of 'Blowin' Cool' and the boisterous 'Son Of Mustang Ford' are dealt with admirably by Airiel and The Feeling Good Conspiracy respectively. Sadly, Trouble Everyday's punky version of Slowdive 'When The Sun Hits' is a step too far. Still, overall, this serves as both a decent best-of shoegazing compilation as well as a useful guide to their modern day flagbearers.