Articles tagged explosions in the sky, upcoming concerts

Explosions in the Sky & David Wingo: Prince Avalanche OST

Explosions in the Sky and David Wingo's score for David Gordon Green's comeback film Prince Avalanche avoids the well-known stylistic trappings of the former's ebb and flow post-rock sound.

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3 Oct 2011 // 10:00 PM

Explosions in the Sky: 13 September 2011 - Denver

Explosions in the Sky blend artistic prowess with musical precision to create heart-wrenching, ethereal earthquakes.

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Capitol Hill Block Party: 22 - 24 July - Seattle, WA

For three days each year, a few blocks on Capitol Hill in Seattle, Washington are shut down for four stages of live music, one giant beer garden and all the cream cheese hot dogs you can eat.

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Explosions in the Sky - “Last Known Surroundings” (video)

No, there isn't any football footage in the clip.

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A Stormy Playlist: 10 Songs for Before, During, and After the Summer Storms

If we are going to learn to grin and bear this year's enhanced, prolonged stormy activity, we need an equally stormy playlist to accompany the thunderstorms, tornadoes, hurricanes, and whatever other maladies Mother Nature might throw our way during this summer season

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Explosions in the Sky Announce Fall Tour Dates

Be still, my trembling hands.

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Explosions in the Sky: Take Care, Take Care, Take Care

Explosions in the Sky tinker with their cinematic formula just enough to keep things interesting, crafting their best and most satisfying album in years.

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Explosions in the Sky’s New Album is Now Streaming

Below you can stream the lead single from Explosions in the Sky’s new album Take Care, Take Care, Take Care. Arguably, the track grooves

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Explosions in the Sky Unveil Album Details, Pull-Up Jumpshot

A mere three weeks after announcing a show at Radio City Music Hall, Explosions in the Sky have released details about their forthcoming record, Take

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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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Junius: The Martyrdom of the Catastrophist

Within the context of sweeping post-rock (think Hum meets Explosions in the Sky), Junius have crafted a rich and rewarding cerebral opus that traverses the void between the raw and the refined with grace.

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12 Jan 2010 // 10:00 PM

Russian Circles: Geneva

Russian Circles, with their instruments well-used and dynamic, leaders in their own right, guide the listener through the varying courses of each song with nary a misstep.

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12 Jan 2010 // 10:00 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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Explosions in the Sky + Lichens

Playing without a singer/frontman means that the band operates without a “leader” as it were -- something they’ve spoken about in countless interviews. Watching them perform is like watching a collective in motion.

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A Hammock and a Brook: An Interview With Explosions in the Sky

After getting on the big screen and the small one, Explosions in the Sky learn how to relax even as they grow.

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Explosions in the Sky: All of a Sudden I Miss Everyone

For most bands, a nearly great album would be a victory. But Explosions in the Sky isn't most bands.

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Country Fried Rock: Drivin' N' Cryin' to Be Inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame

// Sound Affects

""If Drivin' N' Cryin' sounded as good in the '80s as we do now, we could have been as big as Cinderella." -- Kevn Kinney

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