Fridge

Fridge

Fridge are now entering their second decade of placid post-rockery. Touchingly, the Putney schoolfriends still get together to make music despite all having gone on to achieve greater acclaim independently: Kieran Hebden with the vivid folktronica...

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Fridge  : Happiness

Fridge : Happiness

It used to be called post-rock, the crossroads where guitar bands messed about with wires, and tunes gave way to fax machine tones. And - with their maths degree courses and stashes of jazz records - young Londoners Fridge ( Fridge! ) were there...

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London SE1 Purcell Rooms

London SE1 Purcell Rooms

If anything, post-rock unintentionally teaches us the value of true rock'n'roll. Most post-rock fails to grasp the essential, intangible magic of rock, the glitch in their equation being that music is so often more than the sum of its parts....

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Eph

Eph

Can you handle the excitement? No really, can you? Because there's something profoundly exciting about Fridge . It's that same intangible sense of excitement that rivers and great buildings inspire; something so fundamentally thrilling and basic...

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London WC2 12 Bar Club

London WC2 12 Bar Club

Those who disparage that which is called post-rock for being 'faceless' don't know the half of it. Thanks to the legendarily restricted confines of the 12-Bar, unless you're one of the lucky two-dozen closest to the stage, the balcony's...

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Sevens And Twelves

Sevens And Twelves

Somewhere in the vaporous glow of post-rock heaven, all good bands will have their ungainly mortal brains replaced by the optimum frequency modulation. Fridge, thankfully, won't be one of them, too happy rambling through all the permutations of...

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