Posts Tagged: YODOK III

ACL 2019 ~ The Year’s Best Album Covers

The competition was tough this year, but we’ve been able to whittle our selection down to ten.  These album covers made us want to hear the music, and even if the music wasn’t much good (don’t worry, it was), we

ACL 2019 ~ The Year’s Best Album Covers

The competition was tough this year, but we’ve been able to whittle our selection down to ten.  These album covers made us want to hear the music, and even if the music wasn’t much good (don’t worry, it was), we

Yodok III ~ This Earth We Walk Upon

This Earth We Walk Upon has a lot in common with last week’s Super Bowl.  Nothing happens for quite a long time, leaving the highlights bunched up at the very end.  But after analysis, we realize that a lot was happening

Yodok III ~ This Earth We Walk Upon

This Earth We Walk Upon has a lot in common with last week’s Super Bowl.  Nothing happens for quite a long time, leaving the highlights bunched up at the very end.  But after analysis, we realize that a lot was happening

ACL 2015: Top Ten Rock, Post-Rock, Folk & Jazz

If there was any doubt about our pick of Constellation Records as our Label of the Year, this feature should prove it, as three of our Top Ten picks come from their stable.  GY!BE continues to cast a long shadow.

ACL 2015: Top Ten Rock, Post-Rock, Folk & Jazz

If there was any doubt about our pick of Constellation Records as our Label of the Year, this feature should prove it, as three of our Top Ten picks come from their stable.  GY!BE continues to cast a long shadow.

YODOK III ~ The Sky Flashes, The Great Sea Yearns

Dutch label Tonefloat defines itself as “a new wave of jazz,” but the new album from the trio YODOK III offers everything a classic post-rock fan might want: luxurious builds, crushing crescendos and the most cavernous guitar work this side of GY!BE.

YODOK III ~ The Sky Flashes, The Great Sea Yearns

Dutch label Tonefloat defines itself as “a new wave of jazz,” but the new album from the trio YODOK III offers everything a classic post-rock fan might want: luxurious builds, crushing crescendos and the most cavernous guitar work this side of GY!BE.