Postrockstar April Recap

We’re now 1/3rd of the way through the year and we’ve seen a whole slew of great releases in the first four months of the year. This month we saw an excellent crop of albums reviewed on Postrockstar highlighted by our April Roundtable Review of ‘This Is For Our Sins’ by Lowercase Noises, a conceptual album based off the story of the Lykov family, who spent 40 years in the Siberian wilderness without contact to the outside world.  This month we also saw the debut of Foofer Fridays, a new weekly feature column written by our man Foofer. He has some pretty cool stuff planned so be on the lookout for that as well.

April Roundtable Review

Lowercase Noises – This Is For Our Sins

Reviewed Albums

Terraformer – Creatures (Reviewed by James)

Before The Eyewall – Before the Eyewall (Reviewed by Erich)

Wess Meets West – When The Structures Fail Us (Reviewed by Foofer)

OBE – Partners (Reviewed by TenaciousListening)

Koko Sing – Less Wild Lovers (Reviewed by James)

Sora Shima – You Are Surrounded (Reviewed by TenaciousListening)

Beef Terminal – Canadian Patent (Reviewed by Foofer)

Surrounded By Infantry – Signals & Noises (Reviewed by James)

Featured Albums

Diices – 12′s and 5′s EP

Bells & Whistles – Bells & Whistles

Talquin – Tomorrow’s Calm

Ynicorns – Falling and Fell

Fragments of an Empire – Gimel

I/O – Saudade

hyoshi – Signs of Life

News

Those Among Us Are Wolves album release