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post #61 of 485
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My most recommended are

 

65daysofstatic - Escape from New York (Live) - electronica influenced

And So I Watch Your From Afar - And So I watch You From Afar, classic rock guitar based

Balmorhea - Constellations - mellow acoustic 

Battles - Mirrored - for drumming fans

Cougar - Patriot - electronica influenced

Cul de Sac - ECIM - folk influenced

El Ten Eleven - Every Direction Is North - electronica influenced

El Ten Eleven - These Promises Are Being Videotaped - post rock/electronica you can dance to

Foxhole - We The Wintering Tree - classic rock guitar based

Grails - Take Refuge In Clean Living - classic rock guitar based

Long Distance Calling - Satellite Bay - indie rock guitar based

Maserati - Inventions for The New Season - psychedelic influences

Microfilm - A Journey to The 75th - indie guitar with film sound samples

Parlour  - Hives Fives - post rock/electronica you can dance to

Remember Remember - Remember Remember - mellower/folky

The Album Leaf - In A Safe Place - classic post rock

The Drift - Memory Drawings - mellower, trumpet lead

The Samuel Jackson Five - jazz influenced

Tortoise - Millions Now Living Will Never Die - classic post rock

Tortoise - TNT - classic post rock

Unwed Sailor - classic post rock

Yppah - They Know What Ghost Know - psychedelic influences

 

post #62 of 485
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A great post rock ban from Australia, Laura.

 

I Hope From the album Radio Swan Is Down

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On Spotify and outstanding.

post #63 of 485

 

Thanks Prog, and Fuseboxx for those recommendations. They haven't gone unappreciated. It's good to see stuff one knows and even better to see stuff one doesn't. The latter normally go to my monthly emusic subscription. It's a good and cheap way to check out and get new music. 

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F*ck Buttons are my current fave post act.  I have loved both their full lengths. Tarot Sport was my favorite album of last year in fact. Also a big Tortoise fan, so there can never be enough love for them.


Fuck Buttons are great.

 

I also like Slint.

 

Glad Foals moved away from the more 'Math Rock' style of their first album, though.

post #65 of 485
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Tried Slint again and just cannot get into it. Then tried Tera Melos and love the punky style.

 

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post #66 of 485
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Best of both of my musical worlds, Nordic post rock/prog by the Swedish band Moonlit Sailor

 

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I actually lived with band members from A Minor Forest during college, who were pretty influenced by Slint and got me into them and the whole genre.  Their sound is pretty dark and spare between the mad peaks, I can see why it is not for everyone.

 

Thanks to you and Fuseboxx for the recommendations, there are some gems there.

 

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Tried Slint again and just cannot get into it. Then tried Tera Melos and love the punky style.

post #68 of 485

Darn, I hate being the last post in on a page, especially when I've placed a lot of content Anyway:

 

One of the more beautiful albums I've heard in a while. This dude is just 22-years old and he's scoring some great minimalist music mostly using pianos and orchestral sections. Hard to imagine how this isn't going to end up in my Top 10 for this year and I've loved his other work too, particularly Variations of Static and Found Songs.

Ólafur Arnalds - ...And They Have Escaped the Weight of Darkness (2010, Modern Classical / Post-Rock)



post #69 of 485

That's really, really good emotional stuff. It makes it quite hard to imagine that he once was a drummer of a deathmetal band :'). I'm listening to his other albums on spotify now, thanks for the heads-up!

post #70 of 485

Saxon Shore - This Place

 

From the album It Doesn't Matter

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Sublime

post #71 of 485
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That's really, really good emotional stuff. It makes it quite hard to imagine that he once was a drummer of a deathmetal band :'). I'm listening to his other albums on spotify now, thanks for the heads-up!


Metalcore*

Those stuff are surprisingly decent/good. Had quite a bit of potential to make it big but leaving the band was probably a good choice for Olafur. Not sure if it fits here but I really love the glitchy sounds of Kashiwa Daisuke and World's End Girlfriend.

post #72 of 485

^ Those fit perfectly here! I loke WEG, especially Hurtbreak Wonderland :)

post #73 of 485

A bit of post metal...

 

Pelican -  Final Breath

post #74 of 485
A Silver Mt. Zion - Kollaps Tradixionales (2010, Post-Rock/Art Rock)



post #75 of 485

I just got sigur ros - ( ) today.  very atmospheric,i love it.   i feel like in a vanilla sky movies the whole album.  the sound is also breathtaking!


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