Reviews

7.5

Nit Project – Mx Lullabies

Last year, Spanish neoclassical composer Tomeu Alcover delivered up his third album “Mx Lullabies”, but that didn’t prevent him from bringing it again to…

8.5

Falcon Arrow – Tower

There’s always a worry in the back of my mind when a band comes about that consists of only a drummer and a bassist….

8

Seamajesty – Seamajestea

“Sometimes you just gotta do it yourself!”, I’m sure that’s what many of us have said at one time or another when things haven’t…

8.3

Numph – Theories of Light

When I decided to write a review about the latest album from the Italian progressive rock band Numph, I was eager to find out…

8.3

Minnow – Trembles & Temperance

It was the summer before my moving to Antwerp, and I remember being home alone on the summer night that saw my hometown host…

9

All Shall Be Well – BLAUWGEEL

“BLAUWGEEL,” the sophomore album of instrumental group All Shall Be Well (and all shall be well and all manner of things shall be well),…

7.8

Fvnerals – The Light

Fvnerals will release their first album The Light in December on vinyl (via Throne Records) and online (via Eerie Echoes Records). By no means…

8.3

Mother’s Cake – Off the Beaten Track

I really enjoy live albums. It’s just that typical ‘roaring’ sound of people cheering and applauding in between songs, the bare bone arrangements and…

8.3

in:tides – Yours is the Earth

To say that post-rock has come far since its inception is an understatement. Over the years, the genre has evolved and branched off in…

8.8

Hanan – Sonder

Recently I came across a very interesting interview with TWDY, Russian Circles and Maybeshewill guitarists (You can watch it here). They mostly talk about…

7.8

Mathew Roth – Immersion

According to Mathew Roth’s Bandcamp bio, he is an American composer who seeks through his music “to convey the feeling of immersion into the natural…