Relatively soon after the release of 'How Do We Want To Live' it was apparent that Long Distance Calling would have to postpone the planned 'Seats & Sounds' tour one more time. It was however possible for the band to play a few live shows towards the end of summer 2020 before concerts became impossible... Continue Reading →
After having released the stellar 'How Do We Want to Live?' longplayer in 2020 and after having played some small live shows during summer, Münster-based post-rock specialists Long Distance Calling unleash with 'Ghost' an EP that shows for a next time the entire musical potential of the quartet. Having found their own unique sound, the... Continue Reading →
After having had a chart entry in Gewith their latest studio album 'How Do We Want to Live?' and some live shows during late summer, Long Distance Calling started work on a jam EP entitled 'Ghost'. And here is the good news, recordings have been finalized. In a way 'Ghost' is the successor of the... Continue Reading →
Sólstafir's music reflects the coolness of an Icelandic glacier and the flaming heart of a volcano, manifested on seven releases of which 'Endless Twilight of Codependent Love' is the newest one. The Reykjavik-based quartet started their music endeavor in 1995 and it took a while until a debut album could be spotted in the record... Continue Reading →
Icelandic post-rock outfit Sólstafir is preparing the last details for the release of their upcoming album 'Endless Twilight of Codepending Love', scheduled for for November 6th. One of the songs on the album is 'Her Fall From Grace', which the band now release as single and it can be watched here: https://youtu.be/NkZH0sCWGK8 Vocalist Aðalbjörn Tryggvason... Continue Reading →
In normal times, Long Distance Calling should put the last dots on the 'i', preparing for the 'Seats & Sounds' shows, but the pandemic sticked a needle in this endeavor. The tour is postponed to next year, but even COVID-19 can't stop the quartet from playing live. Not only the bands have to suffer these... Continue Reading →
'How Do We Want to Live?' is both, conceptually and musically, a masterpiece that fits perfectly into the current times. Long Distance Calling extend their own sound with electronic elements, making the album even tighter and more intense without sacrificing the typical Long Distance Calling trademarks. The four guys build on 'How Do We Want to Live?', a world of sound that fascinates and inspires you to ask yourself the basic question of this album - how do you want to live?. One thing is certain. The way I want to live is for sure with this album.
German post-rock specialists Long Distance Calling announce a special release show. Their new album 'How Do We Want To Live?' is scheduled for June 26th and will come through InsideOut Music. Since traditional live shows aren't possible right now, the quartet from Münster teamed up with Autoarena Oberhausen for a very special album release show... Continue Reading →
German post-rock specialists Long Distance Calling announce a new album. The title ' How Do We Want to Live?' couldn't fit better into the current times of change, a decisive factor for the band to release the album on June 26th this year instead of postponing the release to a later date. The record comes... Continue Reading →
'Summerland' is the anticipate bold next step of Dool. It showcases a band that maintain the revolutionary wildness of the debut, adding more layers and twists to their sound. Dool is one of the most exciting bands these days and their second longplayer underlines, why this is the case.
'Eupnea' is an album with a good flow. Although having some layers weaved into the different songs, melodies are always in forefront, which makes this longplayer to a sensitive, but also rocking one. 'Eupnea' helps to get to normal, good, unlabored breathing while still being excited.
‘The Sun and the Cold’ is an album with songs that, allegorically spoken, reflect the darkness of the Mariana Trench as well as it shows the beauty of the colorful sea that invites for easy-going snorkeling. So put on your diving googles and jump into ‘The Sun and the Cold’. It will be a surprising dive.
(10/10) German Post-Rock powerhouse Long Distance Calling played three special show in early 2019. The quartet has chosen unusual locations for concerts that have been performed under the banner of ‘Seats & Sounds’. The final show of this triple took place in Hamburg at Kulturkirche Altona. The neo-gothic church, built in 1873, was the impressive... Continue Reading →