Here’s my Dunk! 2017 review, after 3 fantastic days full with great music and people. Enjoy the review and 12 live recordings!
Soup, a band from Norway which has a pretty long track record now. I’ve known them since their release of Children of E.L.B. with a special mention to the track: “We share the same breath”. Soup plays a mixture of Postrock / Indie rock / progrock with vocals. For me, Soup was an interesting band to listen […]
It’s almost 2017, so let’s reflect on the best music the genre had to offer in 2016. No worries, I don’t believe in top 10 lists. I have 3 categories, and I’ll mention the winner and sometimes the runner-up. That’s it! Easy, right? Enjoy the great stuff you’re about to read and listen to! […]
So… Dunk! 2016 festival is a wrap. Here’s a review of the gigs I watched, accompanied with a lot of live tracks I recorded during this magical festival. The festival Before I traveled to Zottegem, I read an interesting (Dutch language written) article about the current state of festivals. Deviating from the very foundations of a true […]
TRIPS, the newest album by long time genre-mixing Long Distance Calling (LDC) is almost here. There’s a clear evolutionary path that LDC is taking: you can linger in the past with some fantastic earlier albums but TRIPS feels as a totally fresh hybrid-album. Whether or not you’re a vocalist fan….. in this album you have […]
Well, 2015 is almost at its end and it was a great year for Postrock fans. Great new music, fantastic live shows…. the genre keeps on giving. I added a lot of new live music on my Youtube channel but didn’t write enough articles on my website, but hey: I moved to a new home and had […]
Caspian, oh Caspian…. you guys are in a league of your own. Their latest release Dust & Disquiet is a quintessential Postrock album that will be remembered for years to come within the genre. It’s a testimony that Postrock continues to amaze. Find out why in this review!
Yes, the 11th edition of the mighty Dunk! festival in Zottegem-Belgium, is a wrap. Here’s a review + lots of live media by amazing bands like Caspian, Mono, Jakob, Celestial :: Eyes, Maybeshewill, Solkyri, The End of the Ocean and Year of no Light!
A new release by Dutch based I Could Float Here Forever, inspired by the story of Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea. More than 30 instruments were used during production, that resulted in 11 soothing tracks that truly fit the story that’s used as a template. Review inside!
Damn, truly excellent Postrock from our home country. Read about and listen to All shall be well’s excellent release: Blauwgeel!