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April 3, 2016

by Alexander Punj

(RuseMaster Loki)

This album came out in 2005. We are reminiscing.

You don’t fully like post-rock if you haven’t been mesmerized by this song. Saxon Shore currently are on hiatus and are working on different projects, but this album is timeless. Steve, whom I have mentioned before from Pleistocene, replaced J Tillman (of Fleet Foxes) and became a full member of the band. His addition to the band made Saxon Shore a staple in the post-rock world. This album is much more emotional and etherial than previous, helping define post-rock as not just instrumental, but as storytelling through emotional, layered guitars and drums. 

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