Tag Archives: post-rock

Elder – Reflections Of A Floating World

Elder is a constantly evolving organism, as all great bands should be. While every album is easily recognizable to me as Elder, and their 2009 debut (which is still great fun) can safely be categorized as stoner doom, their subsequent … Continue reading

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Godspeed You Black Emperor! – Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas To Heaven (Kranky, 2000)

Like former tourmates Sigur Rós, Godspeed You Black Emperor! create music of grandiloquence and oppressive beauty. This nine-piece indie rock arkestra (two guitarists, two bassists, two drummers, a cellist, violinist, and no singer) from Montreal have an everything-and-the-kitchen-sink m.o. that … Continue reading

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