Articles by Mark Pickstock
Forget Me Knot isn’t a mere Alice’s stumble down the rabbit hole; more being dragged and swallowed alive by a living breathing organism.
A Black Mile To The Surface is the culmination of ten years of ascending from the blind adit of mining and crafting the mineral veins to produce musical gold with every offering of boundless riches from the Plouton paragon that is Manchester Orchestra.
Similar to the majestic intricate astronomical clock situated in the heart of Prague, Červen’s music, although appearing on the surface tempestuous and chaotic, more closely resembles the clock’s meticulous interwoven cogs and dials.
Golden drops from the bleeding sun pour onto the scorched Texan desert. Heatwaves bend the view of the faceless wasteland as the shadow of the colossal beast transforms the horizon. This is Young Mountain and This Will Destroy You!
Six years in the making, the third album The Infinite and the Unknowable from Daniel Thomas Freeman is a dark cascading descent into the unknown abyss. An album that pulls you along slowly through the infinite ocean as the ripples echo off into the bleak foreboding reaches of existence.