Tag: post-rock

Scene: Cross Border Series: Malaya

If you have been following us for a while now, our passion for instrumental music is definitely obvious based on the gigs we do and the artists we frequently share about. We have always been specifically advocating the richness of…

Exclusive EP Stream: “Primordial” by Permanence

One of the many objectives of ATMOS as a collective is to provide a platform for new bands to showcase their work to people who genuinely find pleasure discovering talent in genres such as “post-rock”. Ever since ATMOS was birthed,…

SCENE: The Sibei Series Volume 1

If you’re looking for a night of local and regional instrumental music on a Saturday night, head down to The Music Parlour this Saturday for the very first series of “The Sibei Series” hosted by local instrumental outfit, Arkentree. The colloquialism…

Symmetry Entertainment Explosions In The Sky

Live Review: Explosions In The Sky at The Coliseum

It’s imperative to start off this review with a short personal opinion on the appeal of instrumental music. With the absence of lyrics, it is entirely up to an individual to dictate how an instrumental track is conveyed to them. And that’s exactly…

Exclusive Stream: Bumi Retak | A R A J U A

Our TROPOS series alumni from TROPOS 1.0, A R A J U A have captured the hearts of many with their atmospheric soundscape and ambient subtleties. On 21 January 2017, they will be releasing “Part One” of their EP, The World As…

Surface: This Is Atlantis

We have been trying our hardest to rope in the following band we are featuring in this piece ever since our inaugural show earlier this year. However, bad timing and unfortunate circumstances meant that the opportunity to do so never materialised….

Dingin | Yong Belar

The third live recording from TROPOS 2.0 is Yong Belar‘s track “Dingin” from their EP Menular. Produced and edited by Sidetrack Productions for Atmos (http://www.atmos.sg).  

Album Review: Tom’s Story “Self-titled”

Playful, euphorically erratic though prone to bouts of introspection. Chill, I’m not reliving your teenage youth. That ship has sailed m’boy! No, those exact words are actually a pretty apt description of Tom’s Story. Tuning in to their sound feels…