constellation records

Erika Angell’s New LP Makes You Appreciate Her Excellence

Erika Angell’s New LP Makes You Appreciate Her Excellence

Experimentalist Erika Angell has a deep track record of producing intriguing music, but here, under her own name, it feels like she’s created her masterwork.

Godspeed You! Black Emperor ‘G_d’s Pee AT STATE’S END!’

Godspeed You! Black Emperor ‘G_d’s Pee AT STATE’S END!’

G_d’s Pee AT STATE’S END! the best record the Montreal Godspeed You! Black Emperor have put together since 2000’s Lift Yr Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven. And that is no small feat.

Markus Floats Creates a Warm Space That Never Dallies in One Place for Long

Markus Floats Creates a Warm Space That Never Dallies in One Place for Long

Third Album reflects experimental electronic artist Markus Floats' belief that music isn't just something one does. It's a life one leads, so each release is an excerpted component of an ongoing and all-encompassing journey.

JOYFULTALK Fires Off the Sound of Brightness and Ambition on ‘A Separation of Being’

JOYFULTALK Fires Off the Sound of Brightness and Ambition on ‘A Separation of Being’

Canadian musician, composer, and instrument maker, JOYFULTALK produces his third LP, A Separation of Being, which overflows with cohesion and light.

Rebecca Foon Gets Honest and Raw with the Gorgeous ‘Waxing Moon’

Rebecca Foon Gets Honest and Raw with the Gorgeous ‘Waxing Moon’

Canadian cellist and activist Rebecca Foon channels her emotions into music that honors a planet in peril on Waxing Moon.

Fly Pan AM Get the Classic Krautrock Vibe Right on ‘C’est ça’

Fly Pan AM Get the Classic Krautrock Vibe Right on ‘C’est ça’

Canadian experimental rock band, Fly Pan AM return after a 15-year absence, stressing the extremes of their sound on C'est ça.

Efrim Manuel Menuck and Kevin Doria Blend Electronic Music and Post-Rock on ‘SING SINCK SING’

Efrim Manuel Menuck and Kevin Doria Blend Electronic Music and Post-Rock on ‘SING SINCK SING’

With SING SINCK SING, Efrim Manuel Menuck and Kevin Doria arrive with a work that thrives through its melancholic tone, but allows a ray of hope to shine through.

Siskiyou’s ‘Not Somewhere’ Is a Stone-Cold Bummer. And Therein Lies Its Peculiar Charm.

Siskiyou’s ‘Not Somewhere’ Is a Stone-Cold Bummer. And Therein Lies Its Peculiar Charm.

Siskiyou's latest album gets under your skin. Not Somewhere is bold and weird and deeply human, uneasy listening at its finest.

Joni Void’s ‘Mise En Abyme’ Is a Shattering Reflection of the Self

Joni Void’s ‘Mise En Abyme’ Is a Shattering Reflection of the Self

On Joni Void's second full-length Mise En Abyme, plunderphonic electronica is not only a technique for sound construction but also a deconstructive method for shattering and reordering the self.

Light Conductor Traverse Into the Realm of Minimalism with ‘Sequence One’

Light Conductor Traverse Into the Realm of Minimalism with ‘Sequence One’

Light Conductor produce an immersive journey through drone, kosmische musik, and psychedelia with Sequence One.

Nova Scotia’s Joyfultalk Share a Stunning New Video for Their Trancey Track “Peace Fight” (premiere)

Nova Scotia’s Joyfultalk Share a Stunning New Video for Their Trancey Track “Peace Fight” (premiere)

Electronic duo Joyfultalk partner with Montreal-based artist and animator Brandon Blommaert for a mesmerizing video of their 2018 song "Peace Fight".

Jerusalem in My Heart Balances Between Tradition and Experimentation on ‘Daqa’iq Tudaiq’

Jerusalem in My Heart Balances Between Tradition and Experimentation on ‘Daqa’iq Tudaiq’

In the new record by Jerusalem in My Heart, Moumneh produces music that arrives with an expanded scope, highlighting some of the best qualities of his work.