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Respire's "Bound" Is the Emotional Post-Rock and Screamo Epic We Deserve

We talk to the Toronto "post-everything" orchestral skramz-shoegaze band about their supremely cathartic new song, as well as how they're defending the inclusivity of DIY spaces.
Daniel G. Wilson
4.16.18
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I Feel at Home in the Isolation of Wrekmeister Harmonies' New Album

The experimental doom/drone duo's new LP was created in isolation, and makes me homesick for the once-familiar sound of silence.
Kim Kelly
4.12.18
New music
New music

Stream Godspeed You! Black Emperor's New Album 'Luciferian Towers' in Full

Prepare your ears, your body, and your mind.
Phil Witmer
9.14.17
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New music

Godspeed You! Black Emperor's "Anthem for No State" Is Scary but Kickass

Ever wonder what Black Sabbath would sound like covering Ennio Morricone? Here you go.
Phil Witmer
9.6.17
Holy Shit
Holy Shit

Godspeed You! Black Emperor Drop New Song "Undoing a Luciferian Towers"

The band's new album is coming September 22.
Phil Witmer
8.30.17
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15 Years After Disbanding, City of Caterpillar Release Studio Version of "Driving Spain Up a Wall"

We talk with the short-lived band about the lost track, which is out now.
Ryan Freeman
7.14.17
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Holy Shit

Mogwai Return with “Coolverine,” Announce New Album ‘Every Country’s Sun’

The band's ninth LP is out September 1.
Alex Robert Ross
5.14.17
Interviews
Interviews

Northumbria Translate the Harshness of the Canadian Arctic into Instrumental Bliss

Watch the stunning new video for "Wonderstrands" and read bassist Dorian Williamson's thoughts on Canadian culture and instrumental expression
Ned Raggett
4.14.17
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Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Watch Explosions in the Sky’s Gorgeous New Stop-Motion Video for “The Ecstatics”

The latest clip from 'The Wilderness' was directed by stop-motion artist Hayley Morris.
Alex Robert Ross
3.29.17
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Set and Setting's 'Reflectionless' Offers Beautiful Music During Dark Times

Stream the gorgeous and unexpectedly heavy new album from these Floridian post-metallers.
Kim Kelly
1.26.17
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Listen to The Angelus's Haunting, Southern Gothic Post-Rock Odyssey

The Texas trio's third album, 'There Will Be No Peace,' draws from post-rock, dark folk, darker pop, and doom, and drops January 13
Kim Kelly
1.13.17
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Noisey News

Listen to a New Version of Sigur Rós' Wildly Atmospheric “Hoppípolla”

The veteran post-rockers have recorded a new version of the track to accompany the BBC's "Planet Earth II".
Lauren O'Neill
11.24.16