All things tagged as: Post Rock


Gig: The Besnard Lakes

The Besnard Lakesfrom Montreal, Canada, were formed by husband-and-wife duo Jace Lasek and Olga Goreas in 2003. They are currently a four-piece, centred around the couple’s atmospheric songs.

Their second album,The Besnard Lakes Are the Dark Horse, was recorded at singer Lasek’s own Breakglass Studios, with members ofStars,The DearsandGodspeed You! ... Read on


Gig: Cake

Seventeen years on from their inception, CAKE is still an outsider – defiantly and proudly cutting their own path. Both their music and their way of operating in the ever-evolving marketplace are fueled by the same core principles of self-reliance, democracy, and integrity that inspired their formation.

Setting out from ... Read on


Gig: Wolves In Throneroom

American Black Metalists, Wolves In The Throneroom return following their SOLD OUT show last year. Described by Pitchfork as “the best-paced post-rock or most well-tempered black metal albums you’ve ever heard”, these giants of rock have a career spanning almost a decade. Support comes from doom-riff-laden, orchestral horrorists, Wolverspent.


Gig: Other lives

Post-rock band announce UK Dates. Oklahoma five-piece Other Lives have announced details UK dates along with a sampler of their forthcoming studio album ‘Tamer Animals’.

Gig: The Red Jumpsuit Aparatus

The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus is an American rock band that formed in Middleburg, Florida.

The band was started by childhood friends Ronnie Winter, Thomas Amason, and Duke Kitchens in an AP music theory class which they shared in 2003. After members from Thomas, Duke and Ronnie’s other bands joined them, the ... Read on


Review: Wye Oak

The late summer air lingered in the empty streets of Manchester, providing a stillness and clarity that is rare for such a large city. It was, however, perfect for Wye Oak, a two piece who play Manchester for the second time tonight. For a band named after a very ... Read on

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Video: I Like Trains

For this session we lured the iLiKE TRAiNS lads down to the basement level of The Deaf Institute where they gave this haunting performance, unfortunatley we had to contend with beats and bass of the soundcheck upstairs but who gives a train when you like trains. sorry. Read on...