Tagged post-rock

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Evacuate the Earth-S/T

Chicago/Milwaukee trio Evacuate the Earth have dropped their ambitious sophomore album. Evacuate the Earth opens with the partially spoken/partially sung sci-fi tune “Contact” and the rhythmic, jazzy “Interplanetary,” which sounds like Primus and Bjork jamming on a deserted space station. “Ninth Planet” is a three-way marriage of wailing sax, elastic bass and skittery percussion while…

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Andy Pratt – Horizon Disrupted

Chicago guitarist, singer and songwriter Andy Pratt weaves elements of folk, jazz and post-rock on his Steve Albini-engineered debut, Horizon Disrupted. The album opens with “Will You Be the One Tonight?,” a strings and guitar drenched torch song that could have been written and recorded anytime in the last 65 years: Albini’s engineering is warm…

Sequoia – I’m Thinking Don’t Think I’m Not
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Sequoia – I’m Thinking Don’t Think I’m Not

As of Thursday, January 5th, Chicago’s Sequoia has be releasing never before seen live videos each week leading up to their upcoming record release show at Township on January 28th.  These videos were recorded and produced in conjunction with Radio One Chicago at WLUW as well as BLAM! Recording in Roger’s Park. Audio recorded and mixed…

Sioum Looking to Complete Second Album

Sioum is an instrumental trio based out of Chicago, Illinois. Formed in 2008, the band consists of brothers Dorian Zdrinc (guitar), Arthur Zdrinc (drums), and Kevin Clark (keys). They often draw inspiration from dreams, film, video games, and most frequently, emotion itself. Post-metal, as well as progressive influence are often noted, although occasionally, many broad…

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Sequoia – Stormfront

Bands don’t usually last 15 years. And bands sure as hell don’t usually put out their best record after 15 years. But Sequoia’s never paid much mind to the norm, and they still don’t with their 2016 release “SHOTS”, their first foray into vinyl and finest output to date. Dig in and you’ll find them…