New Ways Of Living: Track By Track With The Winter Passing


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September 6, 2017

Opening the Arc stage for the weekend is Cardiff’s Right Hand, Left Hand (6.5). The duo entice the early birds with their unchallenging, simplistic and mostly chilled music, with certain tracks and segments even fringing on the borders of minimalism at times. In turn, it creates a pleasant and soft atmosphere that’s perfect for an early morning start to the day’s festivities. In comparison, Madilan (5) attempt to be a more captivating and curiou...

September 3, 2017

; even saying the name shoots polyrhythmic shivers down the spine. Not since TOOL has there been a band that sends your mind into an infinite loop of contemplation, which explores uncertain territories of geometrically-sonic landscapes. Coming up to 2 years since the release of their masterpiece Polaris, we caught up with guitarist James Monteith at the ArcTanGent festival and got some insight into the life and future of British tech-m...

August 25, 2017

Now in it’s fifth chapter, Bristol’s ArcTanGent has rightfully proven itself to be the Mecca of post-rock, math rock, noise rock and general weird contemporary rock music, with 5000 dedicated fans from across the globe making the annual pilgrimage. The sister festival of 2000 Trees, ArcTanGent has quickly amassed a global following due to it’s phenomenal and diverse line-ups, fantastic organisation, local food, absorbing atmosphere, intimate set...

We’re smack dab in the middle of festival season and already this year has seen some unforgettable moments from some of the world’s best. The fun isn’t over yet; oh no! For three whole days, the west country will bear witness to the finest underground tech, math, hardcore and punk bands to ever grace the muddy fields of the Bristolian countryside. Are we pumped? Judging by the ridiculous line-up (and assuming they’ll be an ostrich burger stall),...

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