In this second installment our 'How To Collect Pedals' series, Kat talks to Rory Friers of And So I Watch You From Afar about his history with guitar pedals. This article includes an exclusive live video of And So I Watch You From Afar playing at ArcTanGent, courtesy of our friends at Small Pond Recordings.
ArcTanGent 2014 is the talk of the town amongst post- and math- fans of the United Kingdom. Featuring an array of amazing bands across niche genres such as math rock, post rock, instrumental rock, post-metal and the like, this festival is going to reign. Here, we pick our favourites of the festival.
We are back with the second instalment in our Tera Melos chronicles. In this part, Kat talks with the lads about the song-writing process in their recent album X'd Out. Tera Melos give us an insight into writing music, generating song titles, surf, and the intricacies of X'd Out.
In this feature we present 15 classic 'mathematical' bands that we think are deserving of your humble attention. We travel back as far as the late 1980's to dig out some of the hidden gems, and the bleedingly obvious ones. Also be sure to check out the accompanying playlist on our Youtube channel.
An exclusive feature documenting one of math rock's best kept secrets: the contemporary Japanese scene. Call it math rock, post rock, 'j-math' or whatever, there is something special happening here. We explore the sound, the structure, the history, and the present. Featuring interviews with Uchu Conbini, MOMA and te_ri.