Posts tagged "godspeed you black emperor"

Album artwork of 'F♯ A♯ ∞' by Godspeed You! Black Emperor

F♯ A♯ ∞ Godspeed You! Black Emperor

Almost fully instrumental, the post-rock arrangements twang and moan through a sumptuous range of soundscapes, sounding as fresh as they do apocalyptic.

Album artwork of 'Luciferian Towers' by Godspeed You! Black Emperor

Luciferian Towers Godspeed You! Black Emperor

Luciferian Towers’ rolls through sonic aesthetics lifted from Scottish Highlands and the streets of dusty towns in the Old West, inviting listeners to fill in the gaps.

Screenshot from the music video for Laura Marling's song "Soothing"

Our 10 favourite tracks of 2017

It's year's end, and that means it's time for fond remembrances. From lovesick shoegazing to rock epics, here lies our favourite singles of 2017.

By Marcus Lawrence, Gabriel Sutton, Frederick O'Brien, Michael Clark, André Dack, Andrew Bridge & Thomas Ashby

Album artwork of 'Murder the Mountains' by Red Fang

Murder the Mountains Red Fang

This album is a solid and grounded metal music offering with interesting vocal themes, expansive drums, and raucous riffs. Well worth a try.

Album artwork of 'Fear Inoculum' by Tool

Fear Inoculum Tool

While we can all appreciate a slow build, a rolling riff, and an expansive soundscape, TOOL's 90-minute non-epic leaves much to be desired.

Album artwork of 'Nothing as the Ideal' by All Them Witches

Nothing as the Ideal All Them Witches

A sumptuously produced blend of folk, post-rock, and psychedelia, all with a smokey stoner sheen. When it gets rolling the grooves are irresistible.

Album artwork of 'For the first time' by Black Country, New Road

For the first time Black Country, New Road

A blend of teenage angst and a primordial, animalistic sense of something lurking beneath a thin surface, a beastly shape clawing at the other side.

Album artwork of 'G_d's Pee AT STATE'S END!' by Godspeed You! Black Emperor

G_d's Pee AT STATE'S END! Godspeed You! Black Emperor

Another commanding and deft iteration of Godspeed’s lauded post-rock style. Although lacking the range of previous records, it still offers space to think.