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Tagged #post-rock

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#fawns #ambient #electronic #experimental #post-rock #seattle
February 13, 2013 | Post a Comment
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Mark Muehling
published a music feature
417.3 Interview417.3 Interview

417.3 is an instrumental post-rock/ post-metal band from Russia. I first heard them just recently thanks to facebook. Their album "2", which is their 2nd full length album, came out on December 7, 2012. A link to listen and purchase the album was posted on facebook through a post-rock community page. I was first drawn to 417.3 by their heavier drome/ doom sound and low tunings and low end tones, then was mesmerized and addicted to the sound as it turned a bit softer and more melodic. It is a perfect balance of heavy and melodic which draws the listener to a surreal place away from reality and...Read More

#post-rock #post-metal #instrumental #ambient #4173 #russian #2

December 20, 2012 | Comments (5)
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Mark Muehling
published a music review
Jakob Artist Review"Jakob" Artist Review

Jakob is a New Zealand instrumental/ post-rock band, based in the Hawkes Bay city of Napier. The band consists of guitarist Jeff Boyle; bassist Maurice Beckett; and drummer Jason Johnston. They have been compared to such bands as Mogwai, Sonic Youth, and HDU, though they largely eschew any vocals or samples in their songs.

This three-piece formed in July 1998, and began by opening for New Zealand bands Salmonella Dub and Pitch Black at the local pub O'Flaherty's. They toured extensively throughout 1999, releasing that same year a self-titled EP recorded with David Holmes at Napier's Venn Pr...Read More

#jakob #instrumental #post-rock #newzealand #amazing

January 4, 2012 | Post a Comment
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Mark Muehling
published a music review
God Is An Astronaut Artist Review"God Is An Astronaut" Artist Review

God Is An Astronaut (GIAA) is an Irish "instrumental/ post-rock" band for the Glen of the Downs, Co. in Wicklow, Ireland. After forming in 2002, God is an Astronaut took the inspiration for its name from a famous quote in the movie Nightbreed. God is an Astronaut's debut album The End of the Beginning was released in (2002) on the Revive Records label which is independently owned by the band. Two music videos for "The End of the Beginning" and "From Dust to the Beyond" produced by the band received airplay on MTV UK and on other MTV Europenetworks.
All Is Violent, All Is Bright (2...Read More

#godisanastronaut #giaa #instrumental #post-rock

December 28, 2011 | Comments (2)