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Post Death Soundtrack – “Chosen Sons”

Rock
October 30, 2018
The menacing, ominous “Chosen Sons” is fit for Halloween — with a creepy overall feel and vocals that alternate between creep nonchalance and scream-centric horror-film exploits. The latest track from Post Death Soundtrack, previously featured with multiple tracks, “Chosen Sons̶...


Post Death Soundtrack – “Transform in White Light”

Tracks
February 22, 2017
We wrote a bit on Post Death Soundtrack’s most recent album, Unlearning Curve, last year — with the track “You Can’t Go Back” riding on creepy organ-synths, dramatic vocal murmurs, and cinematic production effects (like the halted percussion around 02:10) to create a soundscap...


Post Death Soundtrack – “Through the Gates”

Tracks
October 4, 2016
The consumingly dark psychedelic trip-hop sound of Post Death Soundtrack was previously covered on tracks “You Can’t Go Back” and the remix of “Beauty Eyes I Adore“, though new release “Through the Gates” certainly competes to be the most chilling. A stark piano le...


Post Death Soundtrack – “Beauty Eyes I Adore” (Dark Highway Mix)

Tracks
July 26, 2016
Canadian trip hop/psychedelic rock trio Post Death Soundtrack were last featured with the darkly consuming track “You Can’t Go Back“, which featured creepy organ-synths, cinematic production effects, and dramatic vocal murmurs in conjuring an atmospherically psychedelic soundscape that wa...


Post Death Soundtrack – “You Can’t Go Back”

Electronic
May 12, 2016
Certainly possessing an apt name, Canadian trip hop/psychedelic rock trio Post Death Soundtrack craft a consuming dark sound on new track “You Can’t Go Back”, which rides on creepy organ-synths, dramatic vocal murmurs, and cinematic production effects (like the halted percussion around 02...


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Stream: Mark Lenover – “Ladders”

Tracks
September 20, 2012
“Ladders” sounds queasy and bleak, like a fever-induced nightmare accompanied by fog machines and drizzling rain. Mark Lenover’s voice is very similar to a fellow Canadian, Neil Young. His nasally melancholy would probably be suitable for hard-rocking jams as well. “Ladders” i...


The Best Albums of 2010: #20 to #11

Features
December 16, 2010
Our top albums of 2010 feature winds down with half of the top 20 being revealed. Comebacks, debuts, and indie-rock favorites appear to be the theme for this section. Stay tuned tomorrow for the complete list.


The Best Albums of 2010: #30 to #21

Features
December 15, 2010
The best of 2010 continues as we approach the top 20. Albums #21 to #30 are revealed, with a diverse mixture of raw rock 'n' roll, R&B, surf-rock, and psychedelia coming on strong here.