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post #31 of 486
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From Los Angeles, the bass heavy, electronic of El Ten Eleven is post rock you can dance to. On 'These promises are being videotaped' the tracks 'Fat Gym Riot' and 'Adam and Nathan totally kick ass' are superb.

 

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post #32 of 486
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Cougar and their album Patriot, probably one of the best examples of what post rock is all about..........

 

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post #33 of 486

The recommendations here are overwhelming... and I'm not exactly sure that's a good thing.

post #34 of 486
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Well the recommendations keep coming.......Tristeza and Spine & Sensory, which is the closest to melodic easy listening post rock I can think of.

 

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This is my favorite from the softer side of post-rock.

post #36 of 486
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Coincidence, this is what I am listening to right now......

 

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post #37 of 486

At the neo-classical/post rock end is the sublime Rachel's. Start with the wonderful 

Systems/Layers

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post #38 of 486
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Russian Circles 'Geneva', PPPPPPOOOOOOOOWWWWWWWEEEEEERRRRRRRR!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

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The metal driving guitar is phenomenal. 

post #39 of 486

Good call on Geneva.

 

 

For lovers of Explosions In The Sky, check out This Will Destroy You's first EP Young Mountain

listen to track 5: Happiness, Were In This Together

 

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Russian Circles 'Geneva', PPPPPPOOOOOOOOWWWWWWWEEEEEERRRRRRRR!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

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The metal driving guitar is phenomenal. 

 


 

 

"Enter" by Russian Circles is a much better album IMO than Geneva. +1 on the "This Will Destroy You"
 
Ok ill bite and list my favorites 
 
The Evpatoria Report 
Russian Circles
pg.lost
Pelican
Mono
Mogwai
L'elan Vital, this is new to me recently. Digging it very much.
If These Trees could Talk
GY!BE
Explosions in the Sky (The earth is not a cold dead place is an absolute masterpiece)
Ef
Do Make Say Think
 
post #41 of 486

Really great albums in this thread...  Among my favorite post-rock albums not mentioned are 

 

South Pacific - Constance

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Trans Am - Red line

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and my favorite math rock album is Slint's Spiderland.  Very heavy but at moments awe inspiring.

 

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post #42 of 486
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Godspeed You! Black Emperor, 'Lift your skinny fists like antennas to heaven' has a really dramatic celtic, orchestral vibe to it.......

 

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Tera Melos - Drugs to the Dear Youth EP

 

 

Essential math rock

post #44 of 486
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and my favorite math rock album is Slint's Spiderland.  Very heavy but at moments awe inspiring.

 

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YES! Good Morning, Captain is the greatest album closer of all time.

post #45 of 486
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Tera Melos - Drugs to the Dear Youth EP

 

 

Essential math rock


Tried Slint, but didn't get into them at all. However, Tera Melos and this EP is superb 

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