Tag Archives: instrumental
Benjamin Dunn, Nathan Horst (SisterBrother), and Jesse Proctor (John Mark McMillan) have a side project called The Light / The Heat. The group released their debut EP in April but for this week you can pick it up on Noisetrade for free (if you choose not to tip). Don’t wait on this!
Sleeping At Last has released their 30 song collection titled Atlas: Year One today on iTunes. I highly recommend picking it up & soon because it’s on sale for $9.99 for a short time ($24.99 regular). In other band news for the remainder of this week you can download 36-track collection Yearbook from Noisetrade (below). “100% of all “tips” received between July 1st and July 14th, 2014 will be given directly to Preemptive Love Coalition to…
Comrades will be on the road all summer so be sure to check out the tour poster with dates below. If you haven’t picked up the band’s new album, titled Safe Keeper, out now on Blood & Ink Records. You can listen to the album below.
Sleeping At Last’s Oceans may not be a complex cornucopia of sounds and instruments, choosing instead to rely heavily on the piano, but its deceptive simplicity will reel you in.
Comrades have released another new track which you can check out over at BrooklynVegan.com. You can check out the album cover for Safekeeper & the tracklisting below. The album will be in stores May 6th via Blood & Ink Records. Pre-orders are available for Bandcamp & physical copies/vinyl at the label link.
Pangram is an instrumental concept album which lives up to its namesake, borrowing pieces from a plethora of genres. Read on for the full review.
Check out the new song by Jason Truby (Ex-Living Sacrifice) titled “New Creation” off his new instrumental album “Passages”. This song features legendary songmaker/guitarist, Phil Keaggy
Harpist Timbre, known for playing with bands such as the Chariot, mewithoutYou, and Jack White, is raising funds for a new incredibly ambitious new double disc album. “Sun and Moon”. It will cross genre barriers by featuring music written and performed by her band as well as classical music written for full orchestra and choir. Her music has proven to uniquely beautiful in the past, and judging from the songs that have surfaced so far, this new album will…
Bethel has released their first instrumental album ‘Without Words’ with reimaginings of hit singles ‘God I Look to You’, ‘Come To Me’ and ‘I Will Exalt’. Here is the review
A fellow IVM reader submitted this news and I thought it was interesting. Randy Torres (Ex-Project 86) has been working on some new music under the name “Celebrated Heroes” which appears to be mostly instrumental. You can check out his new music here. It sounds pretty cool. [Thanks Dave]
The Sleep Design (John Ball) has released their new ep titled “Kings” for free download at the Come & Live site. Come & Live also have some other recent free downloads available from artists like Everett, Solid Rock, and The Anchor Fellowship. Check out those downloads and more right here.
Columbus Ohio’s instrumental post-rock band The End Of The Ocean came out with a new Ep entitled In Excelsis a few weeks ago. Just like their last record Pacific·Atlantic, In Excelsis takes you on the most wonder journey your imagination can create. You can stream the EP below or buy it here for $5.
Check out the review for This Patch of Sky’s second EP, Newly Risen, How Brightly You Shine.
Revival Hymns’ album “Feathers” is out now! Pick it up wherever albums are sold! Solid five piece from Finland making us Americans look amatuer :)
Blood And Ink Records have recently signed Virginia’s 3-piece post-hardcore group Comrades. Blood & Ink have released a compilation of Comrades songs from between 2010-2011 titled “Collections: 2010-2011″ that you can check out here.
I recently completed an email interview with the band, so take a second and get to know Comrades:
First tell us a little background on the band, who you guys are, where
are you based out of, what style of music do you guys play?
We are based…
This Patch of Sky play a heavier brand of instrumental post-rock than most groups these days, bringing in elements of Thrice, Beloved, and mewithoutYou.