Posts Tagged: post rock

Interview – Miroist

London’s one man band Miroist has just put out his debut EP as a free download through Bandcamp, three tracks of heavy, headspinning arrangements and Meshuggah-esque riffmongery, combined with a keen ear for atmospherics and texture that sets him apart

Interview – Miroist

London’s one man band Miroist has just put out his debut EP as a free download through Bandcamp, three tracks of heavy, headspinning arrangements and Meshuggah-esque riffmongery, combined with a keen ear for atmospherics and texture that sets him apart

Interview – 65daysofstatic

Sheffield’s 65dayofstatic defy easy categorisation with their eclectic mixture of post rock and electronica, and their energetic live show has been annihilating ear drums for over ten years now. The band recently used fan-funding site Indie Gogo to finance the

Interview – 65daysofstatic

Sheffield’s 65dayofstatic defy easy categorisation with their eclectic mixture of post rock and electronica, and their energetic live show has been annihilating ear drums for over ten years now. The band recently used fan-funding site Indie Gogo to finance the

Interview – What The Blood Revealed

Scottish post-rock heroes What The Blood Revealed have built up quite a name for themselves recently with their expansive instrumental epics and relentless touring with the likes of Kylesa, This Will Destroy You, Crippled Black Phoenix, A Storm of Light and

Interview – What The Blood Revealed

Scottish post-rock heroes What The Blood Revealed have built up quite a name for themselves recently with their expansive instrumental epics and relentless touring with the likes of Kylesa, This Will Destroy You, Crippled Black Phoenix, A Storm of Light and

Interview – Simon Reynolds

Simon Reynolds is an English music critic who has contributed to publications like Melody Maker, The Guardian, Rolling Stone, The Wire and Mojo to name but a few, and is often credited with coining the term ‘post rock’. Simon told

Interview – Simon Reynolds

Simon Reynolds is an English music critic who has contributed to publications like Melody Maker, The Guardian, Rolling Stone, The Wire and Mojo to name but a few, and is often credited with coining the term ‘post rock’. Simon told