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post #226 of 486

That's on my radar. I'm digging EITS' "Earth is not..." and the opening track "White Noise" off of Mogwai's leaked album. That, Sigur Ros, Godspeed is more of my sound. I like Moonlight off the Mono album, gonna pick up that live album when I get a chance.

 

Anything you'd recommend that isn't borderline metal, sort of really uplifting post rock?

post #227 of 486

Chiaroscuro 

Do Make Say Think

Ef

Followed By Ghosts

Helios

If These Trees Could Talk

Yndi Halda

post #228 of 486

I got an email today from seetickets, saying that my delivery will be in the next five days? blink.gif Ticket? I've just seen Godspeed You! Black Emperor. Someone must have my card details I panicked.

 

So I go to the website (not via the email link), put in the reference number and...

 

MOGWAI O2 Academy Brixton

Friday, 25 Feb 2011 at 7:00PM

Unreserved circle

 

biggrin.gif I only ordered it in July last year and promptly forgot. 

post #229 of 486

New Mogwai Album...

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post #230 of 486
Thread Starter 


 

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New Mogwai Album...

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atsmile.gif Wonderful.

post #231 of 486

Posting a list of my favorites for people who may not have heard of some:

 

Sigur Ros

Balmorhea

Pg Lost

Ef

Tundra Lights

Olafur Arnalds

Explosions In The Sky

This Will Destroy You

If These Trees Could Talk

Collapse Under The Empire

Yndi Halda

Immanu El

I Hear Sirens

Jonsi

The American Dollar

Godspeed You! Black Emperor

God Is An Astronaut

Saxon Shore

Parachutes

Moonlit Sailor

Moving Mountains

Mogwai

65daysofstatic

post #232 of 486
Thread Starter 

Top list Matthew bigsmile_face.gif  Yndi Halda and The American Dollar are bands I had not heard of and they are on Spotify. Presently listening to the post/metal influenced Maybeshewill

 

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post #233 of 486
Thread Starter 

Anthemic and atmospheric and a bit like Mogwai

 

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post #234 of 486
Thread Starter 

Excellent with its ambient, electronica style

 

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post #235 of 486
Hey guys, just wanted to chime in and say thanks for this awesome thread! It's really opened my eyes to this genre, starting with ASIWYFA (which rocked my socks) and Mogwai a few weeks ago. I'm really looking forward getting deeper into the genre with the help of this thread. Thanks guys!!
post #236 of 486
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Hey guys, just wanted to chime in and say thanks for this awesome thread! It's really opened my eyes to this genre, starting with ASIWYFA (which rocked my socks) and Mogwai a few weeks ago. I'm really looking forward getting deeper into the genre with the help of this thread. Thanks guys!!


Definitely recommend it man. Some extremely beautiful music!

 

And @ Prog Man, glad you liked Yndi Halda and The American Dollar! Both great artists.

post #237 of 486

Can anyone recommend me something like Turing Machine? I've loved Turing Machine for maybe 6 years now but don't really have anything else really like them

post #238 of 486
Thread Starter 

Zida, try Battles, ASIWYFA and The Samuel Jackson Five.

 

EDIT add in Russian Circles.

post #239 of 486
Wow, I just put together a long list of the bands mentioned in this thread.
I think I missed some of them, but whatevs.
Got lotsa homework to listen biggrin.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
65daysofstatic

A.Armada
The Album Leaf
The American Dollar
And So I Watch Your From Afar
Auburn Lull

Balmorhea
Battles
The Bear Quartet
Boards of Canada
Broken Social Scene

Cam Butler
Can
Caspian
Chessie
Circle
Collapse Under the Empire
Cougar
Ctrlaltdelete
Cul de Sac

Daturah
The Dillinger Escape Plan
Dirty Three
Do Make Say Think
Dorena
The Drift

EF
El Ten Eleven
Errors
Eternity Now
The Evpatoria Report
Explosions in the Sky

Faraquet
Followed By Ghosts
The For Carnation
Foxhole
Fridge
Fuck Buttons

Glass America
Godspeed You! Black Emperor
God Is an Astronaut
Grails
Grayceon

Helios
Hella
Holy Fuck

If These Trees Could Talk
I Hear Sirens
Immanu El
Isis

Jakob
Jonsi
Joy Wants Eternity
June of 44

Kashiwa Daisuke
Kwoon

Laura
L'elan Vital
Lights Out Asia
LITE
Long Distance Calling
The Low Frequency in Stereo

Mars Volta
Maybeshewill
Maserati
The Mercury Program
Microfilm
A Minor Forest
Mogwai
Mono
Mooncake
Moonlit Sailor
Moving Mountains
Mt.
Mutyumu

Neil on Impression

The Octopus Project
Ólafur Arnalds

Parabstruse
Parachutes
Parlour
Pelican
pg.lost
Pretend

Rachel's
Red Sparowes
Red Sparowes / Gregor Samsa
Remember Remember
Richard Barbieri
Russian Circles

Salvatore
The Samuel Jackson Five
Saxon Shore
The Sea and Cake
September Malevolence
Set Fire To Flames
Shudder to Think
Signal Hill
Sigur Ros
A Silver Mt. Zion
The Six Parts Seven
Slint
South Pacific
Stellardrive
Straightforward
Sweek


Tera Melos
This Will Destroy You
Three Trapped Tigers
Tortoise
Trans Am
Tristeza
Tulsa Drone
Tundra Lights
Turing Machine

Unwed Sailor

World's End Girlfriend

Yndi Halda
Yppah

Zida
post #240 of 486
Very nice list, Canoners, thanks for all the effort!

How are y'all liking the new Mogwai album? I can't say that I was all that impressed with it, not very much memorable stuff until the end.
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