Montreal's Golden Python are making a bold return with the premiere of their new song 'Meggy'. Featuring members of the much-venerated Gulfer, Golden Python's trademark brand of grungy math-rock shines out in the video, and gives a taste of what to expect in their upcoming album...
The wait for a new Tangled Hair LP is finally over. No more binge watching their Milktime Productions sessions or playing their EP’s and Apples on repeat. They’ve returned with a carefully planned and brilliantly executed record that retains the familiarity of their sound while incorporating captivating nuances.
For a decade now, Tiny Moving Parts have been honing their unique blend of emo, pop-punk, and math rock. This self-proclaimed family band, consisting of brothers Matt and Billy, and their cousin Dylan, has been on a steady successful incline especially since signing to Triple Crown Records in 2014. Their latest effort, Swell, is proof that the trio are constantly finding new ways to push the envelope and keep their listeners excited.
Since their self-titled release in 2011, And So I Watch You From Afar has been crafting a unique blend of boisterous and energetic instrumental rock, with heavy emphasis on guitar shredding and digital pedal trickery.
Sheffield-via-Ireland math rockers Ganglions have unveiled their second group of thoughtfully crafted quintuplets unto the world. The 4 songs on Thirsty are further proof of the band's hard work in 2017, considering their debut EP Fetch! was also released this year.
Depression manifests itself in many ways. Whether diagnosed or not it is a very real and debilitating disease that is nearly impossible to accurately describe to those who are unafflicted. Fortunately there is one outlet that humans have used for thousands of years that portrays these types of intangible emotions: art.
Angel Numbers, the newest EP from Halifax’s auspicious math-pop trio Wot Gorilla? is a rhythmically bombastic display of their growth. The appropriately titled second track '11:11' was previously released as a taste of their upcoming effort, and sounded like a blend of some of their EPs New Arrival EP...
The word “kai” has many meanings in many different languages, but perhaps the rough translation, “oar”, can be applied to Tokyo 4-piece te’ ‘s new album,『櫂』(kai), considering one may need some oars to traverse the unpredictable rhythms and immense waves of sound delivered in each densely packed track of this release.