Spurv’s fourth full-length release – Brefjære – evolved from musical ideas that express the far northern landscape of Norway, recognising the strength needed to survive a harsh environment.
The Glasgow audience raise the roof. Hamish Hawk both live and on record is a phenomenon, with a serious lyrical and musical talent.
Sigur Rós deliver a quasi-religious slab of classic post-rock to a packed crowd at Manchester Apollo, celebrating twenty years of ( ).
Nordic Giants are a musical and visual phenomenon, providing a fully integrated audio-visual experience at Glasgow’s CCA.
Instrumental and experimental Post-Rock duo Nordic Giants release a third intriguing and immersive collection.
SOM follow last year’s Awake EP and Billie Ellish cover with a mighty collection of powerful anecdotes.
The Ocean take their ambitious work into the live arena. Phanerozoic Live captures them at their devastating best.
Maybeshewill return from a lengthy absence with an independently produced meisterwork.
Simeon Bartholomew from Australian outfit SEIMS, tells us all about his passion for Tortoise.
The SEIMS juggernaut of experimental Post/Math Rock hits a peak with some stunning creations on the new album, Four.
Pilgrimage Of The Soul, the eleventh album from Mono, is a perfect exercise in restful and powerful moods.
Mountain Caller move forward by looking back and providing a prologue to the Chronicle album.
BRUIT ≤ head into creation without constraints with a four track album of ambient Post Rock soundscapes
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.