In a lot of ways, writing a live review of a band like Godspeed You! Black Emperor might be the worst way to start off a music blog. The band plays in almost complete darkness (HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO GRAM THIS SHOW!?), there are no vocals, and they typically play only four songs during their two-hour plus shows. They don’t really lend themselves to reviewers. But this is exactly the way that the members of the Canadian post-rock collective want it.