German progressive rock band Electric Mud release their latest sublime album Quiet Days On Earth, paying respects to the early 70’s prog but also displaying their unique harmonious style.
Dawnwalker release Ages. Experimental metal that moves into longer form pieces as the Earth dies a slow death.
Deafheaven release 10 Years Gone; a live album in lieu of not being able to tour for their ten year anniversary. It’s rather special.
Collapse Under The Empire, release their new Post-Rock/ Electronic album Everything We Will Leave Beyond Us.
Empress blur the lines of many musical genres. Their music is full of depth and emotion and is soothing and haunting in equal measure.
New meisterwork from The Ocean. We’re told it’s “more progressive and perverse” which suits us. Does it live up to the promise?
I Like Trains return with their first album in eight years and take aim at the strife that the modern day offers.
Coping Without A Cure is the forthcoming single from LASTELLE which will be released on 7th August. Here, the band join us in our Why I Love column.
Long Distance Calling deliver a progressive post-rock masterpiece on their seventh album, as they ask How Do We Want To Live?
Rooh, sees aswekeepsearching enhancing a slowly building reputation in a field where many ply their trade yet few stand out in the same way as the Indian quartet.
Introspective and atmospheric rock from Poitiers, France. PROG has called Klone “sleek, impassioned and thoroughly modern.” We add our two penn’orth.