The Union Trade, 7, Maschio, Stati Uniti
www.theuniontrade.comUltimo accesso: Maggio 2012

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"As emotional as it could get, “Everyday Including” is a transcendental album awash in guitar fuzzy logic and hugely catchy triumphs. Simply amazing and simply essential."

– Smother Magazine

"There are elements of shoe-gazing to go with the post-rock, but even this is done in as sonic, maverick style that reminds you of why you loved My Bloody Valentine, early Ride and Spacemen 3"

– The Beat Surrender

"Guitars swim in the swelling mix, like The Edge playing next door, while lyrically things are kept sparse, leaving the sound, to very wisely, do all the talking. It’s an atmosphere laden trip and one well worth making."

"Lofty, sweeping chords and the deliberate, steadfast pace of the Union Trade tell the tale of a band that eschews flair and fireworks for an intricate, drawn-out listening experience in the vein of Explosions in the Sky. Critics like to lash out against post-rock wanderers for their "long-winded" and "pretentious" takes on rock, but while San Francisco's Trade perform with no shortage of confidence, they guard against swimming into melodious abstraction on their tightly composed EP Now the Swell."

-The SF Bay Guardian

"Now The Swell is the perfect find for those of us who obsessively pore through music in search of aural enjoyments to add the soundtracks of our lives. Each subsequent track flutters between the tranquil and the turbulent, lingering on the side of quiet simplicity before suddenly surging into grandiose and delightfully cinematic orchestral sounds."

-The Owl Magazine

"While the Union Trade are playing for a niche audience, they certainly prove they’ve got some skills. Fans of groups like Mogwai and Explosions in the Sky should investigate."

– Zero Magazine

"blends elements of shoegaze and post-rock into dense, melodic anthems..."

– The Bay Bridged

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