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PopIsDead 04-15-2007 03:08 PM

I'm a pretty big fan of Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Set Fire To Flames (which has some members of Godspeed...), Mogwai, and Sigur Ros.

I'm also in a small post-rock band myself. We don't have any recordings yet, so don't ask me for them. My brother's in fairly big post-rock band in Duluth, Minnesota. If you feel like it, their myspace site is www.myspace.com/portraitofadrownedman

enemyat_thesix 04-15-2007 04:00 PM

it's about time we had a post-rock thread. it is the most expressive style of music, in my experience. and yes, i've listened to an extensive amount of everything. :D

here are some bands you guys should check out--besides the staples already mentioned, of course:

65daysofstatic
the american analog set
the ascent of everest
caspain
esmerine (my favorite post-rock of late)
fly pan am
giants
god is an astronaut
grails
hangedup
hrsta
jakob
laura
lights out asia
my dad vs. yours
pg.lost
salvatore
the samuel jackson five
saxon shore
set fire to flames
signal hill
six organs of admittance
sparrows swarm and sing
this is your captain speaking
the timeout drawer
tristeza
unwed sailor
ynda halda

PopIsDead 04-15-2007 04:08 PM

Man, I'd love to live in Montreal, with their thriving post-rock scene. There are so many Godspeed You! Black Emperor side-projects. It's some good stuff.

The Dave 04-15-2007 04:27 PM

I don't listen to much, mainly just classic ones like Sigur Ros and Explosions In The Sky and From The Sky (They are on SD).

enemyat_thesix 04-15-2007 11:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PopIsDead (Post 358914)
Man, I'd love to live in Montreal, with their thriving post-rock scene. There are so many Godspeed You! Black Emperor side-projects. It's some good stuff.

i've often thought this myself.

sleepy jack 04-15-2007 11:38 PM

Set Fire To Flames is some sexy shit.

TheBig3 04-17-2007 09:15 AM

Oh good, i need some help here anyways:

I don't know anything about post-rock but never shy, I bought an explosions in the sky CD. I was going to buy the CD with the angle on the cover because the art was great, but apparently thats their "mediocre" album. So I was told to get some white one with writing all over it, but the clerk said it was their softer one, so I ended up buying "All of a sudden" and have yet to listen to it.

Long story short: Is "All of a Sudden" worth the listen, or should I have picked up something else?

Edit: I listened to esmerine on the back of Six's recommendation and having heard that I'm wondering what the qualifications were for Post-rock?

And do the two Buckethead gem's "Electric Tears" and "Colma" count as post-rock albums?

I think their great, try White Wash, Ghost (both from Colma) or "Sketches of Spain (for Miles)," or "Mantaray" (both from tears)

sleepy jack 04-17-2007 02:26 PM

I like Earth Is Not etc, best. All of a Sudden is worth a listen but I would've picked up somethinhg else, however since you have it put it on.

Trauma 04-17-2007 02:42 PM

^
Good album.

Recent favourites:

Explosions In The Sky
Godspeed You! Black Emperor
A Silver Mt. Zion
This Will Destroy You
Yndi Halda
Sparrows, Swarm, And Sing!
Red Sparowes
Set Fire To Flames
Souls Vibrating In The Universe
If These Trees Could Talk
God Is An Astronaut
Gregor Samsa

enemyat_thesix 04-17-2007 03:29 PM

red sparowes and gregor samsa are post-metal.


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