Sporting slow motion, incandescent incantations and miles of majestic instrumental magick, San Francisco‘s The Drift post-rock so hard they think nothing of teasing four minutes of hazy gaze three times over until it becomes a 12-minute epic. Herein lies their triumphant strength: they allow each instrument the space and context to develop and abstract-the longer the songs, the better they are. Battling for conceptual cornerstone are the glimmering guitar of Tarentel‘s Danny Grody and Jeff Jacobs‘ bastard Bitches Brew fusion trumpets and flugelhorns-every other instrumental band should be terrified about now.