Tag Archives: post-rock

No Sudden Moves – The Shape Of Things To Come (2019)

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 Delicious, dark and full of textural layers ‘The Shape of Things To Come’ is a post-rock delight from Melbourne based artists Nate Hill & Geoff Kerr under the moniker of No Sudden Moves. Continue reading No Sudden Moves – The Shape Of Things To Come (2019)

Dead Space – The Liquid Sky (2017)

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Black metal and post rock…not the most likely of bedfellows but the wizards in WA’s Dead Space have managed a coupling of unequalled clarity and smoothness. Not words you might expect to hear used in describing a band in this genre.

Don’t come expecting another ‘Deafheaven’ either. This is its own beast entirely. Continue reading Dead Space – The Liquid Sky (2017)

Spilt Cities – Life, On Hold (2017)

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Perth based outfit Spilt Cities’ are bringing the goods with their full length album ‘Life, On Hold’. A fully realised body of work that is so tastefully executed that you’d be forgiven for thinking they’re some old school shoegaze post-punk group you’re older sibling used to listen to in the 90’s. Sounds too good to be true, and yet..here I am telling you..this is incredible. Continue reading Spilt Cities – Life, On Hold (2017)