Portland’s experimental post-rock kingpins Grails mark two decades since their debut with a new full-length retrospective LP and chat with PopMatters.
Black Duck’s debut is an instrumental tour de force sweeping the American landscape from the southern breeze and the northern chill to the majestic ocean.
Rodrigo y Gabriela’s In Between Thoughts, A New World spawned from lead guitarist Rodrigo discovering the philosophy of nondualism during his COVID-19 recovery.
Recording a series of guitar improvizations at a decommissioned Norwegian power plant is a tall order for any musician. For Chris Brokaw, it just makes sense.
Unwed Sailor rule the instrumental rock landscape, but in order to keep their 18-month album release cycle, their new record had to be re-tracked from scratch.
‘Secret Chef’ Joe Blanton joins the Chefs’ Dan Baird and Stan Lynch for a 12-course rock ‘n’ roll delight with Sing For Your Supper.
Circles Around the Sun and Mikaela Davis’ collaboration shows how the jam-rock scene has long been one of the most close-knit communities in the music business.
As an Explosions in the Sky album, the lack of indulgent edge is one of the few things you can say about Big Bend (An Original Soundtrack for Public Television.
Arizona’s Trees Speak offer up elements of sci-fi, prog rock, krautrock, and Italian film scores on PostHuman, and that’s a good thing.
The Spy Detective Collective from Scott Helland’s Guitarmy of One will strike a chord with those schooled in ’60s-era surf-rock and Henry Mancini themes.