Bend the Sky – Origins – 79%

What this Australian 4-piece produce is very unique, at least within the post-metal/instrumental sphere. ‘Origins‘ is their first full length album but they have a very mature sound for a band who’ve only been together for two years. Owing much to Meshuggah’s percussive riffing, time signature shifts and key changes, Bend The Sky produce, as […]

Té – Therefore, the illusion of density breach, the tottering world “forget” tomorrow – 84%

Japan’s penchant for producing bands who bring something fresh to a whole heap of genres never fails to astound me. Four piece, Té are now in their eighth year and it’s been a busy few years for them. Five albums and countless sold out live gigs shows their work evolving exponentially with each album. The […]

Post-Rock Roundtable Review : Caspian – Waking Season – 93%

Postrockstar is proud to present the first installment of Post-Rock Roundtable Reviews. In this series several of our writers will offer their take on one of the more popular current post-rock releases.  This week’s album is the much-anticipated “Waking Season” by Caspian! Drew: “Caspian are certainly one of the luminaries of the genre. Their track […]

Mono – For My Parents – 68%

(Iamhop: Please welcome Drew R. to postrockstar ! Drew is 27 years old and resides in London, England. His favorite bands include Mayshewill, Isis, *Shels , 65 Days of Static and This Will Destroy You. He has been listening to the genre for over a decade and is a web developer with a gnarly beard. […]