Category Archives: Rock, Post-Rock, Folk and Jazz

Neal Heppleston ~ Folk Songs for Double Bass

Neal Heppleston calls the album folk, while we label it post-rock; fortunately we have one category that covers both.  Folk Songs for Double Bass pours folk lyrics into instrumental post-rock forges, opening new avenues of appreciation.  No longer do the old songs

Neal Heppleston ~ Folk Songs for Double Bass

Neal Heppleston calls the album folk, while we label it post-rock; fortunately we have one category that covers both.  Folk Songs for Double Bass pours folk lyrics into instrumental post-rock forges, opening new avenues of appreciation.  No longer do the old songs

The Hardy Tree ~ Stagdale

Over the past decade, Clay Pipe Music has been a reliable imprint, carving out a distinctive niche. While the artists have varied, the tone has remained consistent, centering on a type of British folk music that has one foot in

The Hardy Tree ~ Stagdale

Over the past decade, Clay Pipe Music has been a reliable imprint, carving out a distinctive niche. While the artists have varied, the tone has remained consistent, centering on a type of British folk music that has one foot in

The Pirate Ship Quintet ~ Emitter

Last week, we chose Emitter as our pick of the season in post-rock.  It’s been a long journey for the Bristol band, a dozen years spent at sea.  The course of The Pirate Ship Quintet led through troubled waters, but now the ship is

The Pirate Ship Quintet ~ Emitter

Last week, we chose Emitter as our pick of the season in post-rock.  It’s been a long journey for the Bristol band, a dozen years spent at sea.  The course of The Pirate Ship Quintet led through troubled waters, but now the ship is

Spring Music Preview 2019 ~ Rock, Post-Rock, Folk & Jazz

First off, Happy St. Paddy’s Day to our readers around the world, especially those of Irish descent!  You are probably not online right now, but we’re not either ~ we’re out there celebrating with you. We’ve happily noticed an increase

Spring Music Preview 2019 ~ Rock, Post-Rock, Folk & Jazz

First off, Happy St. Paddy’s Day to our readers around the world, especially those of Irish descent!  You are probably not online right now, but we’re not either ~ we’re out there celebrating with you. We’ve happily noticed an increase

William Tyler ~ Goes West

William Tyler’s fifth record begins and ends with widescreen focus, evoking the sensation of opening a curtain at golden hour and sinking into pink effervescence. Full of major scale grandiosity and intimate American Primitive finger picking, Go West sounds wholly

William Tyler ~ Goes West

William Tyler’s fifth record begins and ends with widescreen focus, evoking the sensation of opening a curtain at golden hour and sinking into pink effervescence. Full of major scale grandiosity and intimate American Primitive finger picking, Go West sounds wholly

Euglossine ~ Coriolis

You know how Pop Art tricks you into thinking it’s very simple while in fact being extremely complex? How all those images of comics expanded into huge canvases allude to certain forms of abstraction, or how those reproductions of publicity

Euglossine ~ Coriolis

You know how Pop Art tricks you into thinking it’s very simple while in fact being extremely complex? How all those images of comics expanded into huge canvases allude to certain forms of abstraction, or how those reproductions of publicity

Old Solar ~ SEE

We can’t remember the last time we heard three great post-rock albums this early in the year.  MONO set the bar high, but now we have California’s Wander and North Carolina’s Old Solar to add to our list.  We’re overdue, as in

Old Solar ~ SEE

We can’t remember the last time we heard three great post-rock albums this early in the year.  MONO set the bar high, but now we have California’s Wander and North Carolina’s Old Solar to add to our list.  We’re overdue, as in