Tag Archives: post rock

Mimas – Strong Ties

It’s been a long time coming, but Danish/Icelandic “death-indie” group Mimas have finally released their third album Strong Ties. It’s the closest thing to heavy that the band have released, and is pretty great. Mimas albums have usually contained two … Continue reading

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Maybeshewill – Fair Youth

I’ve been a fan of Maybeshewill for a long time. Admittedly they may have changed genre slightly, but I honestly think they’ve improved with each album. This may have meant I’d set my bar ridiculously high, but unfortunately Fair Youth … Continue reading

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Haze – Clouds Surround & Breathe

My first play of Haze’s debut album was in the office, and it didn’t really work for me there. I also tried the car on a bright sunny day, and again, no joy. However, through headphones, running around Richmond Park … Continue reading

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Prawn – Kingfisher

I first got into Prawn in the same way many of us start listening to certain bands – to impress a girl. However, as soon as I gave their first EP False Institutions a listen, I knew I’d like them. … Continue reading

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Brontide – Artery

Artery is the second album from Brontide. It may lack some of the ferocity of earlier offerings, but the three-piece have simply tamed the beast. This is just as good as Sans Souci, and still sounds like a Brontide album, … Continue reading

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Waking Aida – Eschaton

Eschaton is the first full-length album from Southampton’s Waking Aida. It’s also the first full-length put out wholly by label Robot Needs Home. Knowing the album was produced by Maybeshewill bassist Jamie Ward, I had high expectations for this album. … Continue reading

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Micky Dey – Roam

Having first heard Micky Dey in Alt Track, and loving it, I was interested in hearing what he has to offer solo. Initially I was surprised – but in a good way, mind. The real strength of this EP is … Continue reading

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