By popular demand: Postrockstar 50-two #2 – A spotify playlist series!

Because we had such a warm response to our first playlist, James has gone ahead and created a follow-up playlist in what will now be a likely ongoing series entitled Postrockstar 50-Two. This playlist features two songs from 50 different post-rock artists and is over an hour of excellent musical goodness. This time around we’ve […]

Foofer Friday: Ranges – Solar Mansions

It’s hard to believe that in a small town like Bozeman, there’s more than one talented band dipping their toes in the post-rock scene. And yet, here I am to tell you about Ranges. They’ve been around since 2012, but haven’t released anything until earlier this year, with their “AB SA RO KA” EP (Which […]

Music InWallved – Orange Album

Some countries are just proving to be breeding grounds for talented post-rock bands. The US has its fair share, of course England and Japan do as well. Russia has made quite a presence over the past few years, and any list of countries spawning notable post-rock bands wouldn’t be complete without Iceland (even if only […]

Foofer Friday: Nathaniel Noton-Freeman – Cloud Machines

(Just so you guys know, everything I’m about to say is completely biased. That being said, take everything from here on with a grain of salt.) I’ve been listening to Nathaniel Noton-Freeman’s music ever since he posted Whorl on reddit over two years ago. To say that he’s progressed wouldn’t be entirely accurate. He’s had […]

Great Plains – Great Plains

When I was a bit younger, and didn’t have pesky grown-up problems like bills and rent payments and stuff, I would occasionally go to the record store and flip through albums with the idea that I was going to pick something up based off of the cover art. The idea here was that whatever the […]

Chipper Jones – Two Rooms – EP

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Foofer Friday: The Echelon Effect – “Pacific”

  Reviewed by: Foofer A band that isn’t brand new, with more than one album to call their own? How exciting! … right? The Echelon Effect has been around a bit longer than most of the bands I’ve reviewed, having started in 2009. Since then they’ve been churning out music like a machine. “Pacific” is […]