Bristol, England’s Dreamscape crafted wish pop such as Lush as well as the Cocteau Twins in the first ’90s. The music group highlighted Scott Purnell and Jamie Gingell, who had been also members from the Sarah Information music group Secret Glimmer, and vocalist Rebecca Rawlings. The trio released its first one, Blackflower/Evergreen, in 1990, and agreed upon to La-Di-Da Information, which released the Cradle EP 2 yrs afterwards. In 1993, Dreamscape documented another EP, that was to be known as HIGHER THAN God (a name Secret Shine employed for a afterwards EP) but hardly ever saw discharge. This EP, along with Cradle plus some demos the music group recorded quickly before splitting up, were put together as The La-Di-Da Recordings in 2012 by Kranky Information.