Foofer Friday: Glaswegians – Glaswegians

These past few weeks have been absolutely crazy for me. I just started writing for Echoes and Dust, which is how I found this band, Glaswegians. I must admit, I was a bit disappointed when I found out that the band Glaswegians wasn’t actually from Glasgow. This misleading band hails from British Columbia. Sneaky hosers. […]

ArcTanGent Festival 2014 Clash Guide Pt. 2

Welcome back to the ArcTanGent clash guide. Today we are looking at the ARC and PX3 stages on Friday 29th August. You can safely start the day at ARC with ALPHA MALE TEA PARTY and also catch MONSTERS BUILD MEAN ROBOTS and RUMOUR CUBES without too much issue as PX3 does not kick off until […]

Cory Johnson – Earthbound

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Okkur – Whispering Mountain

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Foofer Friday: The Wax Girl – Anosmic EP

There are some times when you and an album just click. The Wax Girl’s debut EP ‘Anosmic’ really struck a chord within me, and I just can’t get enough of it. It’s been on repeat for the past week. This magnificent Canadian band has crafted something extraordinary. Unlike most other post-rock bands, the guitar doesn’t […]

ArcTanGent Festival 2014 Clash Guide Pt. 1

ArcTanGent Festival is only in its second year, but is already becoming one of the biggest events for post-rock, math-rock and other experimental genres. It is the first festival that I have been to where I’m guaranteed to miss some incredible bands just because they clash with other incredible bands. So in an attempt to […]

Thinking Aloud: Heartbreak, Coping and Jakob

It’s certainly been an interesting last 30 days in my life. I’ve spent much of the last month deep in the emotional turmoil of post-relationship-rock, a fancy, sarcastically themed word I just coined instead of opting to use the more obvious term ‘break up’. Before I continue any further, I want to give specific thanks […]

Foofer Friday: Wang Wen – Eight Horses

15 years, and 8 albums. This is the mark of a truly impressive band, by anyone’s standards. Wang Wen, China’s largest Post-Rock band, just celebrated their 15th year together as a band by releasing their 8th album, Eight Horses. I know I’ve already mentioned this album in passing in my Sundry Commentary article, but I […]