Latest Happenings and Journal of our Highlights
September 13, 2019
Amazing line up change underway, TBA soon.
June 27, 2019
Playing the Urban Lounge along with Unholy Ghosts and The Cold Years
June 12, 2019
Radio interview with DAve Crespo on The Spo Show.
Band/Album review by Echoes and Dust
Album review by Labandzi Spiew, Poland
February 1, 2019
We're happy to have Kyson Van Dyke, a very talented guitarist and friend, join us as another guitarist to add his sweet layers to our sound.
January 12, 2019
Release party and concert, A Night of Post-Rock, at The Royal in SLC, UT.
January 10, 2019
Official release of 'It's Only Permament'.
IOP Mixing/Mastering completed, CD production and distribution finalized.
All recording and sampling for the new album is complete. Next steps include production, mixing, mastering, then off to presses!
April 19, 2018
February 20, 2018
Playing @ Metro Music Hall with I Hear Sirens, Holy Fawn and Visitors
January 19, 2018
Live show @ The Loading Dock for a locals only showcase.
December 12, 2017
Nominated for Best Release and Best New Act for 2017 by Post Rock Instrumental. Didn't win, but were certainly honored to have even been recognized. We'll get'em next time ;)
2nd Album composition is underway.
October 31, 2017 - All Post-Rock Halloween show @ Kilby Court.
October 19, 2017 - The Loading Dock.
October 1, 2017
SLUG Magazine Review HERE.
We are pleased to announce that Randy Beasterfield is now joining us on the drums.
Writing and recording new songs while Sean heals. We'll plan to start playing shows again when he's back on his feet...errr...foot ;) Stay tuned!
July 7, 2017
First concert review by Chris Whitehead, Reach Provo
July 1, 2017
Album review from Korean music critic @komeda.tistory.com (excerpts translated from Korean):
"...a high degree of perfection in the visualization of the delicate texture of the sound produced...as well as the musical image of the message that they wanted to include throughout the album.
Their unique post-rock sound and narrative are impressive. Late night, even at low volume, the sound that fills the room is very satisfying. It's a musical pleasure to feel."
June 30, 2017
Live @ Gezzo Hall, Provo UT. Sean toughs it out, blown up ankle and all, now we'll take a break and let Sean heal.
June 25, 2017
Sean got shot in the foot. Scroll down to the bottom of the page for pics.
June 22, 2017
Excerpts from our first album review (translated from Russian) :
"...start the music, close your eyes and see...you'll create your own scenes from the gloomy pages of human civilization. It will be "silent film", accompanied by the sublime, sad and mournful music. A minimalist rehearsal of soft melodies, dynamic cascading builds, gripping tremolo guitars, a steady solemn beat of drums, sweeping ambient textures and meaningful sample programming (including fragments of military radio intercepts, speeches by Neville Chamberlain and Ronald Reagan, quotations from Leo Tolstoy, Thomas Hardy and Wilfred Owen)."
"...the "cinema" you will see will be new and all your own. "Once We Knew the World Well" - a moody work, emotional and expressive, very listenable, and in its stylistic niche clearly competent. For fans of post-rock and instrumental soundtrack music, it's definitely worth a try." - Igor Gorelyi, R.A.I.G Records (click here for full article).
June 13, 2017
Debut Album released, it's the culmination of the last year's labor of love. We're pleased with the results and hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
Music available on multiple streaming services HERE.
May 25, 2017
Album art complete, CDs ordered and are on their way. We anticipate a June release and will look to book some shows soon.
May 17, 2017
Final touches on the entirety of our debut album is complete. Physical and online copies available for purchase soon. Currently working on production and ironing out the final technical aspects of the live show.
Debut album recording complete. Efforts to name the band, album and songs results with the birth of Black Flak and the Nightmare Fighters.
Dan Ibarra joins the 'Hikari' project on the bass. The remaining songs are completed.
McKay Green and Sean Murphy begin their joint project temporarily titled 'Hikari'. Not happy with the direction of their former band, they set off to write and record a strictly Post-Rock album.
The day Sean got shot: