#46: loveliescrushing, Bloweyelashwish. Only heard one song by this group, but I really like it, and they're on Projekt, which is a generally good label (though mostly "darkwave," which I like but is certainly not everybody's cup of tea).
#39, Windy and Carl, Antarctica. I would call this ambient rather than shoegaze. I have several of their albums and they're all somewhat similar, but iirc this is one of my favorites.
#37, Asobi Seksu, Citrus: On the basis of a few hearings there are at least three or four tracks here that I really love. Have meant to return to it for a more attentive listen. "Thursday" is a remarkably joyful song. If you don't like it there's probably something wrong with you.
#35, A Sunny Day in Glasgow, Ashes Grammar: Haven't heard this one, but have another of theirs, Autumn, Again, which I would call more interesting than involving. Sort of jagged and jumpy but intriguing. Don't know how it compares to this one.
#32, Alcest, Souvenirs l'autre Monde: As suggested in the review, very heavy in places--black metal meets shoegaze. Pretty good but you might not like the noise level at some points.
#31, Ulrich Schnauss, A Strangely Isolated Place: It wouldn't have occurred to me to call this shoegaze, but I love it. I think this is one of those things that either hits you hard where you live, or doesn't. But if it does, wow. I'd actually recommend another of his albums, Faraway Trains Passing, over this one, but they're both extremely good. Faraway Trains is sonic sehnsucht for me.
#30: Blonde Redhead, 37: I don't know this one, but I have their Misery Is A Butterfly and like it a lot. Also less typically shoegazey. Quirky little tunes and vocals.
#27: Lush, Spooky: I have a best-of which includes some of these songs. Doesn't knock me out.
#24, Lilys, In the Presence of Nothing: Another one bought in the great firehose and not really listened to. Seems fairly typical but deserves more attention.
#23, Catherine Wheel, Ferment: A great album. Actually rather hard rock, but very melodic. Rob Dickinson is a great singer. When I first heard it I thought of it as updated psychedelia.
#8, Swervedriver, Mezcal Head: Have been wanting to hear this, as it's so highly regarded, but on the basis of one song it doesn't strike me as especially my cup of tea. Closer to Ride I guess but not as shoegazey.
#7: Catherine Wheel, Chrome: I haven't heard this, or at least not all of it, but think the tape of Ferment which a friend sent me and which was my intro to CW actually includes a few songs from this. If so it's probably as good as Ferment.
#4 and #1, My Bloody Valentine, Isn't Anything and Loveless: I have both of these but have not listened to them that much. They're sort of...demanding. Loveless seems to be pretty much universally loved (heh) so I have hopes. Isn't Anything seemed almost abstract on one hearing.
#3, Ride, Nowhere: Yes. Closer to psychedelic rock than to, say, Slowdive or MBV, but a great album.