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My 100th post in this thread, I do apologize :o 

Absolutely no need! I discovered many great bands thanks to you. Lots of GBs downloaded :)

I really like the other 2 albums of Take One Car, it reminds me of Me Without You crossed with As Cities Burn. Now to listen to this 3rd one hehe

Jardín de la Croix  are superb and are my go to test tracks for my IEMs/DAPs , "Colorado Springs" has everything, love that track.

And lastly the band A Tumbled Sea, while their albums aren't greatly recorded/mixed, it's just so soothing, a nice refreshing angle at minimalist post-rock.

 

edit: :beerchug: here's to your next 100

post #647 of 649
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Originally Posted by Shaffer View Post

Bass-driven Minimal Techno and Dubstep: https://subline.bandcamp.com

Everything on the page is available

 Top link mate.

post #648 of 649
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Originally Posted by Cagin View Post
 

Absolutely no need! I discovered many great bands thanks to you. Lots of GBs downloaded :)

I really like the other 2 albums of Take One Car, it reminds me of Me Without You crossed with As Cities Burn. Now to listen to this 3rd one hehe

Jardín de la Croix  are superb and are my go to test tracks for my IEMs/DAPs , "Colorado Springs" has everything, love that track.

And lastly the band A Tumbled Sea, while their albums aren't greatly recorded/mixed, it's just so soothing, a nice refreshing angle at minimalist post-rock.

 

edit: :beerchug: here's to your next 100


Thanks fella. I love Take One Car, 'Everyone You Know Is Here Right Now' sits easily in my top 10 albums, I've rarely heard an album with that passion, albeit doomy passion. I didn't post their 1st album until now because I finally get them, I didn't like it when I first heard it. They remind me of Tool, Rise Against and Heatmiser (Elliott Smith Period) particularly on the EYKIHRN album.

 

The War On Light album is sublime IMHO, My GF listens to that when she bathes, she says it soothes her soul or something. Women, eh? :D The Cloudeater Purge album was a massive surprise, not my type of music at all but I play it daily. Love the Sunpilots and Tetrafusion albums,  great Prog albums. Jardin are insanely good. Rook I've been playing all day today, Supervoid and Soul Cycle are regular players as well. SERDCE and Schizoid lloyd were musical game changers for me, so original. 100 Onces, much love for the drummer, he is INSANELY good, someone said he reminded them of Bonham, I totally agree with that, they really need a singer though.

 

I spend hours searching (12 hours one day) but it's worth it when you find a hidden gem. I play 90% of what I've posted regularly and have paid for the majority of them. I particularly love the Deep Elm Label but not exclusively. Glad you found something you like, it makes posting worthwhile.:beerchug: 


Edited by taffy2207 - 7/25/15 at 3:00pm
post #649 of 649

LukHash - The Other Side

https://lukhash.bandcamp.com/album/the-other-side

 

The first track alone is glorious.

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