Posts Tagged: post-rock

Crusade ~ EP

The Sperm Whale has long been woven into epic tales of adventure and dread. Killer of Ahab. Devourer of 30 foot squid. Because so little is still known about them, these creatures live more as monsters than icons of science. There is

Crusade ~ EP

The Sperm Whale has long been woven into epic tales of adventure and dread. Killer of Ahab. Devourer of 30 foot squid. Because so little is still known about them, these creatures live more as monsters than icons of science. There is

ACL 2012: Top Ten Rock & Post Rock

Rock, Post-Rock, Folk & Jazz is an umbrella category that is dominated by, but not exclusive to post-rock.  As evidenced by this year’s incredibly diverse selection, the old horse seems to have no intention of lying down any time soon.

ACL 2012: Top Ten Rock & Post Rock

Rock, Post-Rock, Folk & Jazz is an umbrella category that is dominated by, but not exclusive to post-rock.  As evidenced by this year’s incredibly diverse selection, the old horse seems to have no intention of lying down any time soon.

Ektoise ~ Down River

Brisbane, Australia’s genre-blurring  Ektoise   commissioned several artists to reshape material from their LP Kiyomizu, with complete freedom.  The result is Down River, a precursor to the full-length remix album Distortions, which includes contributions from Mark Fell (SND), The Haxan Cloak,

Ektoise ~ Down River

Brisbane, Australia’s genre-blurring  Ektoise   commissioned several artists to reshape material from their LP Kiyomizu, with complete freedom.  The result is Down River, a precursor to the full-length remix album Distortions, which includes contributions from Mark Fell (SND), The Haxan Cloak,

Sound Propositions 02: Matteo Uggeri

Joseph Sannicandro interviews Italian soundshaper Matteo Uggeri (Hue, Sparkle in Grey)   in the second installment of an ongoing series searching for a relationship towards technology that doesn’t fetishize equipment, but rather valorizes the creative process itself. There is a

Sound Propositions 02: Matteo Uggeri

Joseph Sannicandro interviews Italian soundshaper Matteo Uggeri (Hue, Sparkle in Grey)   in the second installment of an ongoing series searching for a relationship towards technology that doesn’t fetishize equipment, but rather valorizes the creative process itself. There is a