Tag Archives: post rock

DER BLUTHARSCH – What Makes You Pray

March 8, 2018

WKN 2017 Display of eerie talismans to let one seek and find the reason to believe – and live on. It would be easy to get lost in the endless string of this Austrian group’s releases if only they didn’t … Continue reading

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October 24, 2017

Acid Muffin 2016 Going deep down to live up to their debut’s title, trio from Rome blow cobwebs away. A single, an EP and now an album: in the last five years, the Italian ensemble made an unhurried, yet steady … Continue reading

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July 28, 2017

Cleopatra 2017 Expunging the evil, French experimentalist finds a guiding light on the crest of a wave. Le Seul Élément would like to keep a freak flag flying but, compromising the individuality of their name to get involved in various projects, it comes … Continue reading

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April 3, 2017

Argonauta 2016 Post-rock poets out of Lombardy praise the wind and find a funereal triumph. Classical piano in a metal setting has, rather often than not, a pretentious presence, but this Milano ensemble weave it into heavy chords in a … Continue reading

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March 10, 2017

Alchemy 2016 Final chapter in a tremendous trilogy of progressive ambience designed to lure the listener away from gloom. A finale of sorts, this album finds guitarist Jon Durant and PORCUPINE TREE’s bassist Colin Edwin further exploring experimental riches of … Continue reading

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