Articles tagged caspian

25 Jan 2016 // 2:10 AM

Caspian: Dust and Disquiet

Placing cinematic swells and retreats in a mélange of delicate arpeggios, thrashing metal, and haunting vocality, Dust and Disquiet reimagines what post-rock music can do.

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10 Nov 2015 // 10:30 AM

Fave Five: Caspian

Massachusetts-bred Caspian's beautiful, melodic brand of post-rock has been around for some time, but with their latest opus, founding member Phil Jamieson helps trace back in his big influence across five significant records.

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Gifts from Enola: Gifts from Enola

Less introspective than Laura, and more overtly emotive than Explosions in the Sky, Gifts from Enola shows us the heavier side of post-rock while reminding us to stop, inhale, and release.

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Caspian: The Four Trees / You Are the Conductor EP

Naysayer journalists and irony-obsessed hipsters may be quick to declare the post-rock genre dead and buried, but they probably haven't heard The Four Trees.

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12 Jan 2010 // 9:00 PM

Caspian: Tertia

With key tempo changes, well-spaced arrangements, and delicate instrumental insertions Tertia succeeds in capturing an earthen mood even as it scrapes the upper levels of the atmosphere.

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Violin Virtuoso L. Subramaniam Mesmerizes in Rare New York Performance (Photos)

// Notes from the Road

"Co-presented by the World Music Institute, the 92Y hosted a rare and mesmerizing performance from India's violin virtuoso L. Subramaniam.

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