This Patch of Sky – This Patch of Sky

     Sometimes in life we lose sight of what we came from and who we’ve become. Natural and organic change is a gradual experience that can be rapid at times, slow to a crawl at others or come and go in spurts. As a music reviewer, nothing is more satisfying to me than to be able […]

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. […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]