Posts Tagged: Fragments

Last Days ~ Fragments

If you’ve ever made a mixtape or playlist, you’ve likely encountered the same problems as Graham Richardson (Last Days).  Sometimes there are too many tracks to shove into a small space.  Sometimes a track you love doesn’t match the timbre

Last Days ~ Fragments

If you’ve ever made a mixtape or playlist, you’ve likely encountered the same problems as Graham Richardson (Last Days).  Sometimes there are too many tracks to shove into a small space.  Sometimes a track you love doesn’t match the timbre

ACL 2016: Top Ten Rock and Post-Rock

As autumn approached, we were worried; where were all the good rock and post-rock albums?  But at the end of the year, they entered in a flurry.  What began as a disappointing year turned out to be incredibly solid ~

ACL 2016: Top Ten Rock and Post-Rock

As autumn approached, we were worried; where were all the good rock and post-rock albums?  But at the end of the year, they entered in a flurry.  What began as a disappointing year turned out to be incredibly solid ~

ACL 2016: The Happiest Music of the Year

After a year such as this, we could all use some happy music.  But we don’t want silly music; we just want our moods to be lifted so that we can begin to see the good in the world again.  These ten

ACL 2016: The Happiest Music of the Year

After a year such as this, we could all use some happy music.  But we don’t want silly music; we just want our moods to be lifted so that we can begin to see the good in the world again.  These ten

Fragments ~ Imaginary Seas

Rate Your Music may seem haphazard, but it’s also a valuable resource for discovering new music.  That’s how we found out about Imaginary Seas.  The album is currently ranked #54 out of this year’s 127 post-rock albums, yet has the second-highest

Fragments ~ Imaginary Seas

Rate Your Music may seem haphazard, but it’s also a valuable resource for discovering new music.  That’s how we found out about Imaginary Seas.  The album is currently ranked #54 out of this year’s 127 post-rock albums, yet has the second-highest