Thursday, 22 September 2011

Farewell Poetry - Hoping for The Invisible to Ignite - Released Monday

 As True As Troilus by FareWell Poetry

Tagged a few weeks ago as being one of my personal records of the year Farewell Poetry has come out of no where to release an gigantic record of Post Rock perfection. As you'll hear from the track above, The 19 minute  epic 1st track on the album True as Trolius, has some wonderful long broody build ups married perfectly with dark poetry, eventually exploding into a  mulitracked raw energy of passionate power. It really is a fantastic journey listening to the record with many quite beautiful moments interspersed with lovely melodies and powerful emotion outburstings. Highly, highly recommended. It really needs to be con-joined with the video as well, Check out all the goodies you get with the order! more details below:

FareWell Poetry - As True As Troilus - TRAILER from FareWell Poetry on Vimeo.

~~ Try not to miss this tour as well ~~

Silent Bells Tour + more

Gizeh Records
Farewell Poetry 

Saturday, 17 September 2011

Mogwai&Low - August 2011

Two full length concert videos  :)

Mogwai-12.08.11 - part 1  part 2  part 3
Low-13.08.11 - part 1  part 2  part 3

~links fixed! Thanks Goatsden :)
Adam Wiltzie from 'Stars of the Lid' & Dustin O'Halloran got together and made an album! Its awesome. Full album stream here...

A Winged Victory For The Sullen (EXCLUSIVE FULL ALBUM STREAM) by erasedtapes

Monday, 12 September 2011

Sigur Rós - Ambassador Theatre - 05.10.2002

Just posted this one over on Victoryroelossless Flac & Mp3
Its one of, if not 'the' best quality recordings we have from this period. At least in terms of the drums which are just epic.

Saturday, 10 September 2011

Sigur Rós - Klippa


Sigur Rós - Previously unheard song!

Following a random conversation, I stumbled upon two minutes of a previously unheard song, sung during the Ferrara sound check 2003. I don't know/very much doubt if it would ever see the light of day as an actual song as it was just the band messing about a bit during the sound check but I have to say I really like the general idea of it. It does sound a bit like the 'Sweet Home Alabama' bit they sung during a sound check from this era but its not that. With a little imagination you can maybe imagine what it would have sounded like as an actual song.
Do you like it as well? Its a bit different from the norm, especially from what they where producing at that time :)
or[MF] Direct download

Wednesday, 7 September 2011