Review: Pompeii – Loom

Hey, remember that time I was tired beyond belief watching Pompeii in an Austin BBQ joint? No? Maybe for  the best, so here’s the executive summary: Pompeii are back and they have an album called Loom out. It’s splendorous. Review done, milk is cancelled, the cat’s gone out, goodbye. No, actually, grab a seat and let me tell you about the beauty inherent to the … Continue reading Review: Pompeii – Loom

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Video premiere: Black Walls – Field Two

Black Walls sound is a mean, dark cocktail mixed from equal servings of black metal, post rock and drone-folk. The mystical soundscapes lend itself to visual companions and we are very happy to host the brand new video for ‘Field Two’, from their album Communion (out in the UK on September 15 –  Little Crackd Rabbit Records.) Without further ado, here’s the video. Have a safe weekend. Continue reading Video premiere: Black Walls – Field Two

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Grouper – The man who died in his boat

Liz Harris, aka Grouper, has always managed to paint the bleakest landscapes with music. Her newest album, The Man Who Died in his Boat, continues the tradition, delivering the musical equivalent of a J.W.M. Turner : slightly blurry, awe inspiring and reminiscent of the treacherous sea. The Man Who Died in his Boat isn’t exactly your normal dream pop album. It takes the shoegaze approach … Continue reading Grouper – The man who died in his boat

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