Introducing: Dialects

by Kyle McCormick
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on 12 March 2015 in Features

Hailing from Glasgow, Dialects are an instrumental quartet that channel the intricacy and ferocity of post-rock behemoths And So I Watch You From Afar to enthralling effect. Their debut EP entitled ‘LTKLTL’ (or ‘Let The Kids Light These Lanterns’) is released on May 11th and is an exciting introduction to a cosmic-themed sound.

Taking a more immediate approach than their friends down the road in Vasa who explore more spacious soundscapes, Dialects blend the usual components of loud-quiet dynamics and meticulously interwoven instruments to evoke feeling in the absence of words. You can stream ‘Restless Earth’ below, the first of the five tracks on ‘LTKLTL’ which transport the listener on an engaging journey of musical discovery.

Technically adept and creatively competent, Dialects compose energetic music to get your pulse racing. Whilst the band may get lost in the swell of other instrumental post- and math-rock bands in the UK they are certainly a formidable force, and ones to watch for avid fans of the genres.


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