Tagged: Post-Rock

Chiyoda Ku – ‘How It Works’.

Chiyoda Ku – Bristol, England, United Kingdom. (Cover) Photo credit – Honzacolar. The city of Bristol is often seen as being synonymous with musical progression and diverse creative output. You can quite literally find anything you wish via the Bristol airwaves and with the MF “””””office””””” in such close proximity...

Quit Yr Job At The Nest – 19/10/17: A Showcase.

The Nest – Bath, England, United Kingdom. Quit Yr Job Records are another one of those fledgling labels slowly but surely making their way around the monotonous routine of modern life in order to collect bands. Collecting said bands is seemingly a slow process but with the output this little...

The Forthcoming ‘Cascade’ Concept Album From Lambhorn.

Lambhorn – Bristol, England, United Kingdom. MF goes through phases. These phases are for the most part completely out of our control, for requests flow as they do and with that sentence comes the use of word “flow” which is perfect to describe the manner in which Bristol progressives Lambhorn...

Traveller – ‘Resist, Part 1’.

Traveler – Fenton/St. Louis, Missouri, USA. For our previous work on the band – Click Here. ‘Part I of II – an album based around resistance and working towards what’s right’ Within moments of the first track of this latest EP from Fenton/St. Louis four-piece Traveller, you can hear the...

Astralia – ‘Solstice’.

Astralia – Barcelona, Spain. Hailing from the outskirts of Barcelona, Spain, Astralia have been established in the world of both Post and Ambient-Rock for a number of years, touring Europe and sharing stages with live heavyweights such as Mono, Nordic Giants and Maybe She Will. As you would expect of a...

Montoneros and The ‘Good Bones’ EP.

Montoneros – Denver, Colorado, USA. For our previous work on the band – Click Here. Cover photo credit: Parker Lucas Eberle. Denver. Twinkly Math-Rock. Montoneros. Keywords are important but then again so are all words and with that the opening track from the latest EP from Montoneros, the words are cutting...