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post #331 of 486

This Will Destroy you I think can be put in a different genera depending on the album. The latest is closer to drone or ambient that the debut ep

post #332 of 486
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When I was compiling that list I found Tristeza particularly difficult to place. A listen to Paisajes and I would say jazzy post rock. It is a really refreshing listen and highly recommended.

 

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post #333 of 486
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Now one of my top 5 favourite post/math rock albums, Don Caballero and Punkgasm

 

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In a few days time my birthday treat to myself, Battles live

 

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post #334 of 486

They're doing a free show nearby in July, I'm very much looking forward to it :D

post #335 of 486
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My ticket cost me £15. I did get to see Peter Gabriel at a free concert outside the UN building in NY in 1986.

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My ticket cost me £15. I did get to see Peter Gabriel at a free concert outside the UN building in NY in 1986.



I've had good luck with ticket prices lately, Mogwai and Explosions in the Sky are both ~$20 tickets.

 

Very nice catch on the Peter Gabriel, sadly I wasn't alive to catch that one :p

post #337 of 486

I wish ticket prices were the least of my worries. Most shows are in chicago about 2.5 hours from me. Then I have to get a hotel, then we go see sights and record stores and bars... adds up quick for just a concert. Its fun though.

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I wish ticket prices were the least of my worries. Most shows are in chicago about 2.5 hours from me. Then I have to get a hotel, then we go see sights and record stores and bars... adds up quick for just a concert. Its fun though.


That's the nice thing about Milwaukee, we have a decent music scene ourselves, and Chicago is only about an hour away :D

 

post #339 of 486
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I've found out MONO at at the same venue a couple of days later, but I am working and it blows my monthly concert budget. It is so annoying to miss a band who are touring. I have posted this before, but cannot remember if it was here or not, but Songkick is a very good way of tracking bands.

 

 

post #340 of 486
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Originally Posted by Prog Rock Man View Post

Now one of my top 5 favourite post/math rock albums, Don Caballero and Punkgasm

 

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I find this their worst album but I absolutely love "For Respect" and "Don Caballero 2"

 

post #341 of 486
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The new album 'With Route One or Die' from Three Trapped Tigers is intensive electronica math rock and a really exciting listen. The last track 'Reset' is immense.

 

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Edited by Prog Rock Man - 6/6/11 at 9:59am
post #342 of 486
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Mellow and reminiscient of Mogwai, Norwegian band Monopot.

 

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post #343 of 486
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Lively, jangly guitars and very well recorded

 

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post #344 of 486
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From Ireland wonderful music from the brilliantly titled 'This is the second album from a band called Adebisi Shank'. If you like Battles or Don Caballero, try this

 

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post #345 of 486
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Cougar's debute album, which I have just found on Spotify incorrectly credited to the 'Youngblood Brass Band' and reported that.

 

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