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Holy **** is post-rock/electronic, more on the electronic side though. Are there any bands similar to them?

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Holy **** is post-rock/electronic, more on the electronic side though. Are there any bands similar to them?

 

65daysofstatic's new album?

post #78 of 486

Where would this album fit in terms of these genres?:

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irony_Is_a_Dead_Scene

 

Because I gotta tell you, I forget how I stumbled upon that album but I love it.  Love love love.

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Holy Fuck is post-rock/electronic, more on the electronic side though. Are there any bands similar to them?


I agree about 65dyasofstatic and you could also try The Bear Quartet and Eternity Now with its heavy, industrial electronic sound

 

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post #80 of 486
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Experimental, instrumental, electronica, Chessie

 

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Where would this album fit in terms of these genres?:

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irony_Is_a_Dead_Scene

 

Because I gotta tell you, I forget how I stumbled upon that album but I love it.  Love love love.


An excellent EP and certainly by the style of the music and their own definition of being mathcore, The Dillinger Escape Plan fit into this thread as punk/metal influenced math rock. Intense.......

 

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post #82 of 486

Some gems here for sure, I will add one :)

 

Maserati - Inventions For The New Season

 


Edited by arteom - 6/14/10 at 1:01pm
post #83 of 486
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From Brooklyn, Turing Machine and heavy rock math rock

 

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post #84 of 486

for that lazy sunday while reading by the fire, there is Miljard, where Finland's own Circle attempts a sort of post-rock / experimental / ambient double-album.

 

mostly sketches composed by their keyboardist Mikka Ratto.

and simply gorgeous.  and unlike anything else they've recorded to date.

 

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post #85 of 486
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Circle are on Spotify, but are mixed in with a jazz/prog band from the early 1970s. Spotify often group different bands with the same name together. At the moment I am enjoying the anthemic Jakob, a post rock band from New Zealand. Highly recommended.....

 

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post #86 of 486

Here's another fave of mine, Salvatore's Tempo album.

Norway's Salvatore sound like what you'd get if Tortoise and Can had a baby...

 

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Tried Circle, 'Miljard' and need to have another go. Presently still enjoying Turing Machine and Salvatore are up next. They are on Spotify, but again mixed in with other bands of the same name.

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Here's another fave of mine, Salvatore's Tempo album.

Norway's Salvatore sound like what you'd get if Tortoise and Can had a baby...

 

salvatore-tempo-2002.jpg


Absolutely brilliant 

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Salvatore are brilliant.................

 

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And this one.......

 

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