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Tuesday, May 13 2014

Horseback: Piedmont Apocrypha

Music can rarely get more genuinely personal than this. But when it does, this is what it sounds like


Friday, April 25 2014

A Minor Forest: Flemish Altruism / Inindependence

A Minor Forest didn’t live long enough to see their craft surpass their inspiration, and for this reason their legacy is safer now than it was 20 years ago.


Monday, July 8 2013

On Wanting to Dream: An Interview with Deafheaven

PopMatters talks with lead screamer George Clarke of Deafheaven about his band's creative process, his writing influences, and the simultaneous allure and darkness of the pursuit of wealth in the Bay Area.


Monday, June 17 2013

Sigur Rós: Kveikur

Sigur Rós' "dark album", Kveikur, doesn't do much to push the Icelandic band into new sonic territory, but it does refine its decades-tested style in the best way possible.


Tuesday, May 28 2013

Alone with His ‘Afterthoughts’: An Interview with Nosound’s Giancarlo Erra

Nosound mastermind Giancarlo Erra discusses his music, inspirations, and method of melancholic creation and direction.


Wednesday, April 24 2013

Haiku Salut: Tricolore

Whether they're potentially scoring the next Wes Anderson film or the next imagined movie in your head, Haiku Salut effectively meld together electronic, contemporary classical, and accordion-heavy indie into a lovely post-rock sonic.


Tuesday, April 16 2013

Ensemble Pearl: Ensemble Pearl

Sunn O))) make towering, thunderous metal concerned more with volume than detail. But guitarist Stephen O’Malley’s newest project, Ensemble Pearl, is all about the little things.


Sunday, April 14 2013

Life Coach: Alphawaves

Imagine if Battles had been more influenced by a cross between Sunn O))) and Black Sabbath, and you’d start to get a clear picture of what Life Coach has to offer.


Tuesday, November 8 2011

Disco Inferno: The Five EPs

The Five EPs should be a mandatory record for any collection as an example of experimentation done right.


Monday, September 26 2011

To Destroy a City: To Destroy a City

A pleasing debut from a Chicago post-rock outfit.


Hauschka: Salon Des Amateurs (Reviews) [27.Apr.11]
Envy: Recitation (Reviews) [14.Nov.10]
Gifts from Enola: Gifts from Enola (Capsule Reviews) [12.Aug.10]
To Rococo Rot: Speculation (Reviews) [28.Jun.10]
Junius: The Martyrdom of the Catastrophist (Capsule Reviews) [24.Mar.10]
Russian Circles: Geneva (Reviews) [12.Jan.10]
Caspian: Tertia (Reviews) [12.Jan.10]
Port-Royal: Dying in Time (Capsule Reviews) [26.Oct.09]
Apricot Rail: Apricot Rail (Capsule Reviews) [30.Sep.09]
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