Good Weather For An Airstrike – A Home For You

There’s a certain aspect in music that has always stood out as one of the defining qualities that makes this art form so special to me. It’s also something that lends itself nicely to my adoration of post-rock and progressive rock music. It’s the sense of traversal. Or the “Fellowship of the Ring” effect. Some […]

Roundtable Review: Those Amongst Us Are Wolves – This State is Conscious

Welcome back to another monthly installment of Roundtable Review. This month we have a real special treat for all of our readers as we are breaking down and dissecting Those Amongst Us Are Wolves’ latest effort ‘This State Is Concious’, the follow-up to their 2013 album ‘Chaotic Love Stories and Irrational Behaviour’.  TAUAW have been […]

Roundtable Review: Lowercase Noises – This Is For Our Sins

For the April edition of our Roundtable Review we’ve chosen ‘This Is For Our Sins’ by Lowercase Noises, the moniker of multi-talented ambient artist Andy Othling. To get a better of understanding of the meaning of this album and it’s importance, Andy penned the following to us when we received our copy of the album […]

Roundtable Review: Moonlit Sailor – We Come From Exploding Stars

As we enter the thaw that is the end of the cold frozen months and march forward into those chilly yet bright sunny spring days, we leave winter feeling like it’s been a hell of a ride. The first three months of 2014 has seen the release of some extraordinarily great albums and definitely works […]

Roundtable Review: Mogwai – Rave Tapes

It’s the end the month which means it’s time for our second Roundtable Review of the year. This month we’re tackling a band who damn near is bordering on legendary post-rock status at this point. Needing no real introduction, this month we’re excited to examine Mogwai’s latest effort “Rave Tapes” , which saw a January […]

The Sound of Rescue – Forms

Reviewed by Shooter I’ve recently been getting into making some music of my own. It’s terrible so I wont share it with you here. What I’ve found, though, is that, as a fan of post-rock and shoegaze, the yearning to discover that dreamy, effervescent sound grows only stronger with each passing day. To be able […]

Shooter’s Top Picks of 2013

 Welcome to Staff Picks week here at Postrockstar! This week our writers will be going over their favorite albums of 2013. Please click the album art to go to the artist’s Bandcamp/Website/Facebook/etc . And So I Watch You From Afar – All Hail Bright Futures “I really like fun. And that’s why I really enjoy […]

2013 Year End Awards

It has been a whirlwind year here at Postrockstar as we put the finishing touches on our first full calendar year reviewing and promoting all things relevant to the world of Post-Rock and instrumental music. This year we were able review 73 albums and promoted 150 other albums, constantly offering our readers fresh new music […]

Moving Mountains – Moving Mountains

Reviewed by: Shooter So I’ll address the elephant in the room. Moving Mountains are not a post-rock band. This is why this review is going to be a short one. That it’s even here is merely to pay some service to fans of this band’s past works. Moving Mountains is a band with such celebrated […]

Sigur Ros – Kveikur

Artist Sigur Ros Album Kveikur Genre Post-Rock Buy/DL Sigur Ros Store Web Website | Facebook Label Parlophone/XL Release 12 June 2013 Rating: — It’s been a little while since Postrockstar last held a Roundtable review.  While our table might be missing a few members, here is what our writers had to think about the Post-Rock […]