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Hot... and not: Everything you should have listened to last year (The Davis E...
Published Jan 05, 2007 - 13:17:12 CST. Another year ends, and all the music geeks are giddily compiling ?best of? lists. With so many publications, whom do you trust?
Overlooked Alternatives: Explosions In The Sky, Jesu, Viktor Krauss (Blogcrit...
Explosions In The Sky - All of a Sudden I Miss Everyone : For those that follow the instrumental post-rock likes of Godspeed You Black Emperor (I'll let you decide where to put the "!") and Mogwai it's unlikely that they're unfamiliar with Explosions In The Sky, and those who saw Friday Night Lights are more familiar with them than they probably realize since they provided the score for the ...
Soft Balladry, Raw Angularity and Beats With Heavy Feet (New York Times)
Reviews of new releases by Steve Kuhn, Jesu, Jorge Drexler, Love of Diagrams, Sacha Perry and J J Grey and Mofro.
Rock Picks (Los Angeles Weekly)
Justin Broadrick has a lot on his mind, and it?s not pleasant stuff; thus he makes music so dankly damp that no demon could withstand the stench for more than five minutes at a stretch.
Nadja To Release Album In March (CMJ)
Toronto duo Nadja, best described as extreme sonic experimenters, will release their latest album, Touched , March 13 on Alien8.
THE SINGLES FILE (Washington Post)
A weekly playlist for the listener with a one-track mind.
Sound Bites (The Daily Texan)
When it comes to post-rock, appearances are everything. Listeners can't help but wonder what the artists behind sweeping 10-minute instrumentals look like. Godspeed You Black Emperor! is a group of bearded Canadians once mistaken for a group of terrorists by a gas station attendant in Oklahoma.
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