Tag Archives: post rock

ERIK DAHL ENSEMBLE – Everyone’s Too Sad For Everything

November 25, 2023

Svalka 2023 Scandinavian masters of minimalistic storms delve into the strange sadness of the pandemic period. Aside from its celebrated pop music, Sweden left an indelible mark on the global music through death metal, so there’s no surprise in the … Continue reading

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CRYING VESSEL – Before Life Was Death

November 12, 2022

Cleopatra 2022 Transatlantic ensemble descend into the darkness of their second decade carrying cryptic torch up high. “The Esoteric is coming soon”: thus reads the tagline on the Swiss-American duo’s web-hole at the time of writing, which is par for … Continue reading

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March 3, 2022

Tweed Jacket Music 2022 Doyens of progressive pop color spring in enchantment to making rustling leaves unrhyme for a reason. It’s about time this collective stopped pretending they left their erstwhile attachments in the past, for even the cover of … Continue reading

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November 21, 2021

Malcolm Galloway 2020 Triumph of miniscule detail that work towards impressionistic masterpiece from London polymath who can dissolve himself in tuneful glimmer. Malcolm Galloway leads a double musical life: more often than not, he’s a member of HATS OFF GENTLEMEN … Continue reading

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BURNT BELIEF – Mutual Isolation

November 8, 2021

Alchemy 2021 Post-rock transfer of imaginary reality to the here and now turns into breathtaking emotional landscape. There was no sense of closure when arrived in 2016 as a final chapter of a project that Jon Durant and Colin Edwin … Continue reading

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