Equals – Tracts

Wait what’s this? Clapping to start a post-rock song?!” Immediately the Texas-based band EQUALS managed to catch my attention with their debut full-length album…


E Gone – All the Suns of the Earth

“I imagine standing in one of those piss-perfumed ATM-sheds on a drunken night, awaiting my turn to pull some precious money from that monster-machine…


Black Walls – Communion

The colour black is a much frequented subject in the world of rock ‘n roll. Bands like Black Label Society and Black Sabbath, albums…


Appalaches – Mòn

I remember reading “The Pilgrim’s Progress from This World to That Which Is to Come; Delivered under the Similitude of a Dream.” by John…


EYOT – Similarity

Jazz is definitely one of these genres that were always there in the modern music and that will be played until the end of…


La Mar – Tides

People who stand up against the hegemony of the English language in rock music have always had my special interest. Something that has led…


Band Review: Kusanagi

Post-rock and neighbouring genres, usually instrumental, are, more often than not, being accused of seeming sad and melancholic. Since I personally don’t agree with…


The Movements – Like Elephants 1+2

It’s hard to put your feelings into words, conveying what you think, across several media and onto the paper. Even now, after listening for…


Pray for Sound – Dreamer

There is one thing that I can’t stand about the current post-rock movement and it’s the fact that everything needs to be so dreamy….


Waking Aida – Eschaton

Ever wanted to do something silly with your childhood friends? Climb a tree in the backyard, spend whole day laying on the grass watching…


Spiral – Cloud Kingdoms

In recent years Polish post-rock scene has experienced an enormous and exponential growth of number of bands. I would attribute this not only to…


Shadowpeak – Shadowpeak

Every time I set my eyes on the cover art of Shadowpeak’s debut EP, I can’t help myself feeling a sense of nostalgia. As…