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Fly Pan Am
C’est Ça

One of the Constellation label’s greatest early signings, Fly Pan Am disbanded in the mid-Noughties following a series of acclaimed, enjoyably messy post-rock albums. Reuniting a couple of years back, the Montreal band have effortlessly slipped back into their previous impressive form, with new album C’est Ça sounding like they’ve never been away. 

Fly Pan Am
Fly Pan Am

Fly Pan Am’s debut LP was one of the records that helped burgeon Constellation’s reputation as an exciting new label when it first came on the scene. The group’s eponymous record - CST008 - remains a fascinating listen two decades later. This is expansive, long-form indie rock that cleverly incorporates techniques from musique concrete. We reckon fellow Montreal band Ought owned copies of Fly Pan Am.

Fly Pan Am
Sedatifs En Frequences Et Sillons

After the success of their eponymous debut LP in 1999, Fly Pan Am heralded the new millennium with the Sédatif en fréquences et sillons Edited Player. This most unique of bands were known for blending Slint-ish post-rock with influences from musique concrete as well as making liberal use of electronics and studio techniques. In Sédatif en fréquences et sillons they made another unique set of tracks one that looks to dub and Eno & Byrne’s My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts. Label mates Godspeed You! Black Emperor help out with some production stuff here.