Posts Tagged: Do Make Say Think

ACL 2017 ~ Top Ten Rock and Post-Rock

This year’s chart is dominated by rock and post-rock, in particular the Constellation roster, represented by an amazing four out of ten releases.  No wonder it was our Label of the Year.  But there’s plenty more to be found here,

ACL 2017 ~ Top Ten Rock and Post-Rock

This year’s chart is dominated by rock and post-rock, in particular the Constellation roster, represented by an amazing four out of ten releases.  No wonder it was our Label of the Year.  But there’s plenty more to be found here,

Do Make Say Think ~ Stubborn Persistent Illusions

A specific passage during my first listen to the new Do Make Say Think record – the band’s first for eight years – made me realise they still have something profoundly special to offer.  It arrives two minutes into “And

Do Make Say Think ~ Stubborn Persistent Illusions

A specific passage during my first listen to the new Do Make Say Think record – the band’s first for eight years – made me realise they still have something profoundly special to offer.  It arrives two minutes into “And

Justin Small ~ Summer

When last we checked in with Do Make Say Think’s Justin Small, his subscription series had just begun.  At that point, we’d had the chance to preview four tracks; now we’re up to nineteen.  It’s safe to say that the experiment

Justin Small ~ Summer

When last we checked in with Do Make Say Think’s Justin Small, his subscription series had just begun.  At that point, we’d had the chance to preview four tracks; now we’re up to nineteen.  It’s safe to say that the experiment

Justin Small (Do Make Say Think) ~ Subscription Series

If one of your favorite bands released four albums in a year, would you buy them?  This may be the best way to promote Justin Small‘s new subscription series: a track a week, a dollar a week, for one year.  For

Justin Small (Do Make Say Think) ~ Subscription Series

If one of your favorite bands released four albums in a year, would you buy them?  This may be the best way to promote Justin Small‘s new subscription series: a track a week, a dollar a week, for one year.  For