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

1 Mile North ~ The Sunken Nest

1 Mile North is a post-rock veteran.  His first album appeared in 2001, although his career also includes a ten-year hiatus.  For a short period, the act was a duo, but for the past few years, J. Hills has been the

1 Mile North ~ The Sunken Nest

1 Mile North is a post-rock veteran.  His first album appeared in 2001, although his career also includes a ten-year hiatus.  For a short period, the act was a duo, but for the past few years, J. Hills has been the

Feed Me To The Waves ~ Apart

Apart is the flip side to Intill (Close), albums released on either end of the pandemic and the political divide.  The world did not change suddenly as much as it did swiftly; even young people are looking back at their early lives

Feed Me To The Waves ~ Apart

Apart is the flip side to Intill (Close), albums released on either end of the pandemic and the political divide.  The world did not change suddenly as much as it did swiftly; even young people are looking back at their early lives

clorinde the errors of the human intellect

Clorinde ~ The Errors of the Human Intellect

Just how many errors have humankind made over the last decade? Clearly enough to inspire the surprising return of Clorinde, whose last release is a distant but deeply imprinted memory (proof: it placed in our Best Experimental Albums of the

clorinde the errors of the human intellect

Clorinde ~ The Errors of the Human Intellect

Just how many errors have humankind made over the last decade? Clearly enough to inspire the surprising return of Clorinde, whose last release is a distant but deeply imprinted memory (proof: it placed in our Best Experimental Albums of the

We Stood Like Kings ~ Away

Following their initial silent film trilogy and a set of classical reworks, Brussels post-rockers We Stood Like Kings have returned to the cinematic world, with a twist.  This time they are not only rescoring an animated film, but a recent one: Gints Zilbalodis’

We Stood Like Kings ~ Away

Following their initial silent film trilogy and a set of classical reworks, Brussels post-rockers We Stood Like Kings have returned to the cinematic world, with a twist.  This time they are not only rescoring an animated film, but a recent one: Gints Zilbalodis’

Indignu ~ Adeus

There’s a slight disadvantage to leading with one’s best, fullest track, as Indignu has done with “urge decifrar no céu.”  One expects the entire album to sound like the (extended) single.  Only after hearing the piece in context does the whole make

Indignu ~ Adeus

There’s a slight disadvantage to leading with one’s best, fullest track, as Indignu has done with “urge decifrar no céu.”  One expects the entire album to sound like the (extended) single.  Only after hearing the piece in context does the whole make

Lake Mary ~ Slow Grass

Slow Grass has appeared in various forms in recent years, including a digital EP by Lake Mary and Patrick Shiroishi in 2020 and an eight-minute offering with Oxherding in 2021.  The full 40-minute version is now presented on Whited Sepulchre: two distinct sides

Lake Mary ~ Slow Grass

Slow Grass has appeared in various forms in recent years, including a digital EP by Lake Mary and Patrick Shiroishi in 2020 and an eight-minute offering with Oxherding in 2021.  The full 40-minute version is now presented on Whited Sepulchre: two distinct sides

Fall Music Preview ~ Rock, Post-Rock, Folk & Jazz

The new season has arrived, along with new hopes, new ventures and new music!  Over the course of the week, we’ll be listing over 400 new albums on these pages, including a far more even genre distribution than we’ve seen

Fall Music Preview ~ Rock, Post-Rock, Folk & Jazz

The new season has arrived, along with new hopes, new ventures and new music!  Over the course of the week, we’ll be listing over 400 new albums on these pages, including a far more even genre distribution than we’ve seen

Curha ~ 3

Here’s an album one can judge by its cover ~ even if one cannot predict the sound, one can predict the tone.  Curtis Hasselbring (Curha) is having a (literal) blast, as the trombone is a major part of his timbre,

Curha ~ 3

Here’s an album one can judge by its cover ~ even if one cannot predict the sound, one can predict the tone.  Curtis Hasselbring (Curha) is having a (literal) blast, as the trombone is a major part of his timbre,