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I am going to see ASIWYFA for the second time next month. They must hold some sort of record for being constantly on tour. Thanks for the link to the new album.



I'm jealous :/ Do they ever make it to America?!

 

Lozanoa, I'll see you there! I'll be the white kid from Minneapolis :p

post #302 of 485
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I am jealous of the post rock bands who only seem to tour the US. Unwed Sailor, El Ten Eleven etc etc. I did get to see Grails though.

post #303 of 485

Great Irish math rock band:

 

http://lamp1.bandcamp.com/album/sagittarius

 

these guys are well worth a listen, they are somewhat innovative as far as I can tell.

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The Drift, post rock/jazz fusion, beautiful, try 'Land's End' in particular.

 

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Their 2005 album Noumena has appeared on Spotify. Post rock/trumpet.

 

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post #306 of 485

Just found this thread this morning, and I've been reading it the whole day until the last page; while working..LOL

Superb recommendation, never knew about this post/math-rock genre before, listen to Mogwai once before and like it, but just don't know the music genre that they are playing.

Thank you everybody for all the recommendation, and especially Prog Rock Man; you seems like the "maestro" of this genre!!

ASIWYFA is one of the recommendation that I"ve tried and love it straightaway, wicked!

Thanks again for this wonderful thread..


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post #307 of 485
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Thanks to Spotify for opening up a whole new world of music, primarily post rock, which I had not even heard of (with the exception of Mogwai) till a couple of years ago. Presently listening to a Maserati album which is now available to listen to, 'The Language of Cities'. Super heavy psychedelic post rock. I love the track Cities which grows layer upon layer.

 

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post #308 of 485

If you like Maserati, you might also like Turing Machine, a post-rock trio that combines the best of Helmet-style metal with motorik rhythms and some interesting detours. Massive, fierce, and crazy precise. There are some good fan-made videos on YouTube (good video with bad audio, unfortch, but you get the idea)

 

Jerry Fuchs was the drummer for both bands and more. A mad genius on percussion who unfortunately died too young. (Here's an obit with plenty of links to videos and more resources)

post #309 of 485
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Top band and 'Don't Mind If I Don't' is one of my favourite post rock tracks

 

    

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ASIWYFA's new album 'Gangs' now on Spotify

 

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An excellent album, but it lacks the stand out tracks their self titled debute album.

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I have fallen DEEPLY in love with this record:

 

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I have fallen DEEPLY in love with this record:

 

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One of my favorites!  "Autumn Into Summer" blows me away everytime I listen to it.

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Presently enjoying the Pelican recommendation (available on Grooveshark). A second listen to ASIWYFA and Gangs and it is getting better with 'Think:Breath:Destroy' a stand out track. If you like Pelican, try Maybeshewill and Long Distance Calling.

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Early post rock from Fridge, whose Kieran Hebden has worked with Aphex Twin, Explosions in the Sky, Block Party, Radiohead, Battles and Black Sabbath (according to Wikipedia)

 

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One of my favorites!  "Autumn Into Summer" blows me away everytime I listen to it.


Last Day of Winter was amazing live!

 

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