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Her Name Is Calla
The Dead Rift EP

Folky post-rock indie loiners Her Name is Calla have come a-knockin’ again with new EP The Dead Rift. With its dramatic violin and fuzz bass, the opening song of the same name doesn’t sound so far from an indie version of Radiohead’s ‘Burn the Witch’, but Tom Morris’ ...view item »

Her Name Is Calla

Brooding folky post-rock types Her Name Is Calla are back with their third album, ‘Navigator’ which has been produced over the last few years with band members Tom and Adam passing demos back and forth to each other to be eventually filled out with their usual sound of uber downbeat post-apocalyptic folk. ‘Navigator’ is a...view item »

Papier Tigre
The Screw

Papier Tigre emanate from France, where they have developed a hybrid of mathy angular post-punk and catchy poppiness, with a good dose of let’s-try-this experimentalism in there too. Their latest work on The Screw is tangled, complex stuff, but also instantly understandable on the instinctive level: you just move ...view item »

Jack Chuter
Storm Static Sleep: A Pathway Through Post-Rock

Jack Chuter’s book Storm Static Sleep promises to lead the reader on a Pathway Through Post-Rock, which it does rather effectively, through more than thirty first-hand interviews. Members of Mogwai, Slint, Tortoise and many more all contribute, making thi...view item »


Function Records are delighted to announce details on the new album from Toronto’s Picastro. Set for release on 17th February  2014, "You" is the follow up to 2010's 'Become Secret'. Picastro began in Toronto in 1998 when the Toronto music scene was predominately catering to loud rock bands with Liz Hysen...view item »

These Monsters
Heroic Dose

Heroic Dose is the 2nd album from Leeds' These Monsters and the follow up to 2010's Call Me Dragon.  Now a three piece following their saxophonist’s move to China their sound has evolved from freaked out riff-driven space prog force to a more grimy agressive speed fueled punk; the 6 minute, principally instrumental slabs of...view item »

TE Morris
And You Were The Hunter

And You Were the Hunter is the debut album from TE Morris. Tom (TE) Morris is the front man of Her Name Is Calla and although relatively new to releasing solo material, he has already amassed a healthy back catalogue of 5 self-released EP’s and one full length over the course of the last 18 months. 'And You Were The Hunter' sees...view item »

I Was Here For a Moment, Then I Was Gone

I found this band from a compilation which had the song 'Red Paper Lanterns' on it, and from that I didn't initially advance in listening despite it being an amazing song, however as more people starting discovering them in my Facebook group Prog Snob, i then heralded to give just the album a try as even though I enjoy instrumental music, I can'...view item »


This is the debut album from Chicago born Jeff T Smith, now residing in Leeds, UK, which is of course where we live too. I'd encountered him live one or two times, most memorably when I took my girlfriend (favourite band: Mumford and Sons, last gig: Lionel Richie) to see her first underground rock gig. There stood Juffage making an almighty ...view item »

Munroe Effect
Who’s Throwing Rocks/ Death Clash

Reviewed By: Andy Vincent Label: Function Records Format: 7' Munroe Effect's debut single, 'Subterranean Death Clash', opens as all debut singles should, with a heavy-as-sin jarring musical crescendo, before descending into something altogethe...view item »