Pennsylvania Math/Instrumental Post-Rock Band North End To Release ‘Halted’ Via Better Looking Records, Somewherecold Records

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Pennsylvania math/instrumental post-rock band North End to release ‘Halted’ via Better Looking Records, Somewhere Cold Records

North End is a math rock/instrumental post-rock band based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with releases dating back to 2011. The band is constantly pushing the boundaries of post-rock instrumental music with a heavy emphasis on the complicated melodic and rhythmic phrasing of indie math rock pioneers such as Slint, Polvo and Don Cabellero. North End finds its influences in the underground post-rock scene with contemporaries such as Enemies, And So I Watch You From Afar or Via Luna.     

North End’s Halted EP is set for a March 31 release date. The lead single was released February 11, 2022, to all digital stores via Better Looking Records (The Jealous Sound, Tristeza, The Good Life). Listen to it here.

The Halted EP was recorded at Akdar Studios in Reading, Pennsylvania. North End used Anup Sastry for mixing and mastering.  North End wanted Anup to take an aggressive and drum-forward approach with Halted, staying true to the band’s roots. The photography from Ian Detwiler and the album art from Rishi Neal Arora (Signal Hill) reflects the world during the time ‘Halted’ was written, creating a remote, but hopeful atmosphere. Halted is dedicated to Kevin’s mother, Peg Burk.  

Halted will be streaming across all digital platforms through Better Looking Records, with limited edition clear one-sided 12” vinyl and CDs available through Somewherecold Records. Pre-order it here.

Following the release and distribution of Halted, North End plan to play shows in the northeast U.S. 

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