Connecting a carriage of jazz onto the locomotive of math-esque post-rock these guys will take you on a magical winding journey across a soundscape of built-up, ashen cities, before delving underground into eternal tunnels of sharp pin-like guitar attacking you, then snuggling you up in a rich bassy-pillow and casting you out into a thick woodland, winding and snaking across an unstructured terrain, at times all aspects of sound were perfectly symmetrical and synchronised in such a way that you could easily imagine the locomotive operating and the mechanics of same generate the music. Take your own journey by listening to them with your aural brain-doors!
Aiden Moffat and RM Hubbert played their latest album called Here lies the Body released on Rock Action Records, in the gig room at Rough Trade Records in Bristol with support from Siobhan Wilson. I […]
Exchange in Bristol, or The Exchange as it’s come to be known at Shonk Towers (or The Shonk Towers) has proved in recent months to be a wonderfully enjoyable venue. We often frequent to Bristol and this is certainly […]
Bringing us back to home soil and deviating to an entirely new arena of anti-folk was none other than one of our favourite Cardiff Indiearchi bands (or Marindie) Quiet Maurader. In fact I daresay they […]