Author Archives: postrockcafe

Rose Ferraby & Rob St. John ~ Soundmarks

Soundmarks is an immersive multi-media project that exemplifies the name and nature of our site: a closer listen.  The project includes a sound work in two forms, an art trail, a podcast, a book, a blog, a short film and an installation.

Rose Ferraby & Rob St. John ~ Soundmarks

Soundmarks is an immersive multi-media project that exemplifies the name and nature of our site: a closer listen.  The project includes a sound work in two forms, an art trail, a podcast, a book, a blog, a short film and an installation.

Mathias Loose ~ Baby Music

Still haven’t made a New Year’s resolution?  Here’s a suggestion.  Baby Music is intended “to help people find their inner childish-baby-superpowers, to take a break from adulthood and invite play and complementary states of flow into (their) lives.”  Those anxious about

Mathias Loose ~ Baby Music

Still haven’t made a New Year’s resolution?  Here’s a suggestion.  Baby Music is intended “to help people find their inner childish-baby-superpowers, to take a break from adulthood and invite play and complementary states of flow into (their) lives.”  Those anxious about

Hoshiko Yamane & Mikael Lind ~ Spaces In Between

Our first review of the year celebrates the end of one year, the beginning of another and the passage of time. As Joni Mitchell sings, “There’ll be new dreams, maybe better dreams and plenty / Before the last revolving year is

Hoshiko Yamane & Mikael Lind ~ Spaces In Between

Our first review of the year celebrates the end of one year, the beginning of another and the passage of time. As Joni Mitchell sings, “There’ll be new dreams, maybe better dreams and plenty / Before the last revolving year is

2020 Winter Preview ~ Rock, Post-Rock, Folk & Jazz

Will 2020 be another good year for post-rock, or will the genre dissipate?  We remain confident that at the end of this decade, we’ll still be talking about the genre that wouldn’t die.  Our final winter preview contains a few solid contenders

2020 Winter Preview ~ Rock, Post-Rock, Folk & Jazz

Will 2020 be another good year for post-rock, or will the genre dissipate?  We remain confident that at the end of this decade, we’ll still be talking about the genre that wouldn’t die.  Our final winter preview contains a few solid contenders

2020 Winter Music Preview ~ Modern Composition

Perhaps more than any other musical genre, modern composition speaks to all seasons (thank you, Vivaldi!).  Whatever hemisphere you’re living in, you’ll find some music here to match your climate.  Others may be living in winter while dreaming of spring;

2020 Winter Music Preview ~ Modern Composition

Perhaps more than any other musical genre, modern composition speaks to all seasons (thank you, Vivaldi!).  Whatever hemisphere you’re living in, you’ll find some music here to match your climate.  Others may be living in winter while dreaming of spring;

2020 Winter Music Preview ~ Experimental & Field Recording

What will experimental music sound like at the end of the next decade?  In 2030, we’ll look back and pretend that we always knew how influential the mavericks of 2020 would turn out to be.  What sounds unusual now may be considered

2020 Winter Music Preview ~ Experimental & Field Recording

What will experimental music sound like at the end of the next decade?  In 2030, we’ll look back and pretend that we always knew how influential the mavericks of 2020 would turn out to be.  What sounds unusual now may be considered

2020 Winter Music Preview ~ Electronic

The largest of our five winter previews boasts over 50 releases, enough to keep us dancing until the sunlight returns!  This is already shaping up to be a banner year for the electronic genre, with highlights spread across the board.

2020 Winter Music Preview ~ Electronic

The largest of our five winter previews boasts over 50 releases, enough to keep us dancing until the sunlight returns!  This is already shaping up to be a banner year for the electronic genre, with highlights spread across the board.