Tag Archive for post-rock

Quick Quips: Johnny Cash, Local Natives, Shout Out Louds, Ray Wylie Hubbard & Thee Silver Mt. Zion

There are some albums that I have had in heavy rotation lately that I just haven’t had time to review…these are those albums: Johnny Cash – American VI: Ain’t No Grave The latest and last installment of the American Recordings; this is another Rick Rubin produced collection of tracks from the American V: A Hundred Highways recordings.  This is not… Read more →

Decade:Zero – Broken Social Scene

I am not going to do a Best of Decade list. I am going to post bands and albums that defined the past 10 years under the heading Decade:Zero.  These will be posted throughout the year and decided by using random on itunes and posting when I come across something worth posting. “We are friend first, then bandmates.  That has… Read more →

Jónsi’s Solo Album & Tour

As reported earlier, Sigur Rós is on indefinite hiatus, but frontman, Jonsí Birgisson, will be hitting the road in support of his upcoming solo album, Go. And this time I can happily say, he IS coming to Denver! Go will be released on April 15th, but you can stream the new single, boy lilikoi, on his website now. It doesn’t… Read more →

Sigur Rós Will Be Gone Indefinitely

Sad, sad news.  Sigur Rós have trashed the recordings of their new album.  The Icelandic band’s sixth album, which was said to be almost complete, will not be released.  They are now saying it was just a rumour that the album even existed. This sucks!  All we can hope for is that someone gets a hold of it (if it… Read more →

Decade:Zero – Explosions in the Sky

I am not going to do a Best of Decade list. I am going to post bands and albums that defined the past 10 years under the heading Decade:Zero.  These will be posted throughout the year and decided by using random on itunes and posting when I come across something worth posting. Funny that my favorite Explosions in the Sky… Read more →