Monday, March 26 2007
After getting on the big screen and the small one, Explosions in the Sky learn how to relax even as they grow.
Wednesday, April 9 2014
Inventions places Eluvium’s lush, electronic ambience alongside Explosions in the Sky’s sense of space and tension.
Wednesday, August 7 2013
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.
Tuesday, April 24 2012
Anti- gives the adventuresome composer's latest piece an official US Release, proving that Skyline has lost none of its charm since its initial UK Mute release last year.
Wednesday, April 18 2012
You’ve never seen a band more organically rock than this.
Wednesday, January 4 2012
Technically impressive and stunning at every turn, Gangs is a fine instrumental rock record that's only lacking in heart.
Thursday, June 28 2012
Day 2 at Governor's Ball NYC presented a maturing festival--in both its lineup and execution. And that was a good thing.
Tuesday, February 21 2012
Within minutes of announcing their 12-date tour of the (mostly western) United States, Explosions in the Sky had to make it a 13-date tour. Their
Friday, August 5 2011
Watch below as Explosions in the Sky blow the roof off Letterman with an abbreviated version of the song "Postcard from 1952" off of their latest
Thursday, June 30 2011
No, there isn't any football footage in the clip.
Thursday, May 26 2011
Be still, my trembling hands.