Monday, 15 June 2009

We're From Japan!, Now Breathe

U.S., 2006

We're From Japan are a good Portland-based band with an overall melancholic tone that resembles (as for me personally) the works of Riding Pânico and a bit of Explosions In The Sky without the ever-recurring abusive delays and spatial interludes.
Taking advantage of the characteristic guitar-centred approach and a – sometimes aggressive – direct sound, this comes out as anything but boring.
One of my rare post-rock posts.

1. Black Bag Work
2. Bleed
3. Climb Mountain, O Snail
4. There are Horses in the Streets
5. In Every Hive, A Queen
6. Run Shoot Don't Panic
7. September 13, 1848


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