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Dylan Carlson – “Conquistador”: a celebration of the glories of distortion and drone

Dylan Carlson – “Conquistador”: a celebration of the glories of distortion and drone

Ross McGibbon April 25, 2018 0

SARGENT HOUSE                              27 April 2018 No-one ever said Dylan Carlson played too fast and flash. In fact the first Beatles album is shorter than the gap between any two of his riffs. I picture

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Boris – “Dear” welcomes in ultra-slow doom sludge, dripping distortion

Boris – “Dear” welcomes in ultra-slow doom sludge, dripping distortion

Ross McGibbon July 19, 2017 0

Sargent House                    14 July 2017 Ultra-heavy, slow and sludgy, this makes Dylan Carson’s Earth sound like Speed Metal. Sounds drip from guitars and trail across the floor into a black pool, its surface rippled

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Jessica Moss – Pools Of Light      is an album set in high and lonesome places

Jessica Moss – Pools Of Light      is an album set in high and lonesome places

Ross McGibbon May 3, 2017 0

CONSTELLATION RECORDS         5th May 2017   A slightly Middle Eastern collation of lonely notes opens the set on a violin, yet not quite a violin, joined shortly by deeper tones on a cello (perhaps).

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Justin Walter – Unseen Forces     is a breathy space of electronically warped wind instruments

Justin Walter – Unseen Forces     is a breathy space of electronically warped wind instruments

Ross McGibbon May 3, 2017 0

KRANKY                21st April 2017 Justin Walter’s album is based on the EVI (Electronic Valve Instrument), a rare wind-controlled analog synthesizer from the 1970’s. I think that those cosmic explorers, The Sun Ra Arkestra, may

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Mind Over Mirrors – Undying Color      is a hypnotic journey through organic and electronic drone landscapes

Mind Over Mirrors – Undying Color is a hypnotic journey through organic and electronic drone landscapes

Ross McGibbon February 11, 2017 0

PARADISE OF BACHELORS        17 February 2017 Pedal harmonium is not the most usual lead instrument for an album but then James Fennelly is not the most usual composer. Known for solo

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Sunn O))) Upload Archive of Fan Recordings

Sunn O))) Upload Archive of Fan Recordings

Jordan Stockill June 24, 2015 0

Also having some of their back-catalogue repressed on vinyl

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Bong – We Are, We Were And We Will Have Been

Bong – We Are, We Were And We Will Have Been

Ross McGibbon June 10, 2015 0

RITUAL PRODUCTIONS  25th May 2015 The name of the band should give you a clue. Their last album was called Stoner Rock (in reply to the pigeon hole we stick them so casually into).

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Ben Frost unveils album bonus track ‘Rare Decay’

Ben Frost unveils album bonus track ‘Rare Decay’

Jordan Stockill April 21, 2015 0

Jordan Stockill

I'm mostly into a mix of indie rock, electronic and hip-hop. Add me up on Last.fm: last.fm/user/whatshalliput

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Iceland-based electronic composer Ben Frost boasts a huge back catalogue of collaborations and producer credits since he started his music career in 2001. From stage productions to video game soundtracks, Frost has composed a

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Godspeed You! Black Emperor at Albert Hall, Manchester

Godspeed You! Black Emperor at Albert Hall, Manchester

Jordan Stockill April 18, 2015 0

Jordan Stockill

I'm mostly into a mix of indie rock, electronic and hip-hop. Add me up on Last.fm: last.fm/user/whatshalliput

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17 April 2015 Montreal’s Godspeed You! Black Emperor have been at the forefront of instrumental rock music since the release of their debut album F♯ A♯ ∞ in 1997. Following a ten-year hiatus, the band released

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