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sleepy jack 03-17-2006 03:29 PM

Post-Rock Thread
 
Radio Ballet: A Post-Rock & Ambient Mix
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1. A Silver Mt. Zion "More Action! Less Tears!"
2. 5 Niggaz 2 Blades "Sky rockets in flight. Burmese afternoon delight."
3. ...Of Sinking Ships "The Last Signal..."
4. This Will Destroy You "Quiet"
5. Joy Wants Eternity "What Fell Down From The Moon Last Night"
6. Library Tapes "Skiss Av Löv"
7. Eluvium "Radio Ballet"
8. Monroe Transfer "A Long Fall & No-One To Catch You"
9. Destroyalldreamers "The Sky Was Glorious For A Moment"
10. Youth Pictures Of Florence Henderson "I've Got a Picture of You Boss"
11. Explosions in the Sky "The Long Spring"
12. God is an Astronaut "Elysian Fields"
13. A Red Season Shade "Dwaze Zaken"
14. 65daysofstatic "Radio Protector"
15. Yndi Halda "Dash and Blast"
16. Bright Red Paper "D is for Dead Sea"
17. Sigur Rós "Vaka"

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I think it's time we had a thread on it, not just to discuss the usual Godspeed and Explosions in the Sky stuff as good as it is but for the less heard of bands. Some of them I really like are:

Joy Wants Eternity
Mono
A Red Season Shade
65daysofstatic
Yndi Halda
Bell Orchestre
As the Poets Affirm
Monroe Transfer
Sparrows, Swarm And Sing!
Destroyalldreamers

A_Perfect_Sonnet 03-17-2006 11:47 PM

Yndi Halda is amazing.

IndiElectronica 05-26-2006 06:05 AM

check out a band i saw last night opening for Electrelane - were very good!

The Early Years

Something in the realm of Mogwai, Explosions in the Sky, Ride and Slowdive! What a mix!!

Check them out at http://www.theearlyyears.org.uk/Download.asp

The first single was 'All Ones and Zeros' and another good track is 'The Simple Solution'

- Other bands to add to your list

Mogwai
Tortoise
The Early Years ;)
Godspeed You Black Emperor!
Fridge
Disco Inferno
Mouse on Mars
Jim O'Rourke

- I'm obvoisly a fan but mostly of EITS, Sigur Ros and Mogwai. I find myself getting bored after listening to most of these bands for too long as, let's face it, they get a bit up their own arses sometimes.... :)

Sneer 05-26-2006 07:10 AM

Pale Faced Princess
Cassestte for Cassette
Edward Fitzgerald Complex
Jaga Jazzist

cardboard adolescent 05-26-2006 08:20 AM

Flying Saucer Attack
Bark Psychosis
Ui
Rachel's
Gastr Del Sol
Trans Am

Sound Devastation 05-26-2006 10:12 AM

Red Sparowes are my favourites, along with grails, gregor samsa, jeniferever and loss of a child.

hookers with machineguns 05-26-2006 10:12 AM

You guys should definitely check out Clogs...I wouldn't say they are a post-rock band, but a very beautiful atmospheric kind of band that most post-rock fans would really like.

There's a song on http://www.myspace.com/brassland to check out.
http://www.clogsmusic.com/recordings.asp (Please check out Lantern, it is an unbelievable album.)


Oh and no one mentioned 65daysofstatic. ;)

Fenixpunk 05-26-2006 11:02 AM

um....Tarantula A.D.??


to many damn genres to keep up with nowdays..

Expletive Deleted 05-26-2006 04:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chapman
Mono

I'm seeing them on Monday with Pelican and Tarentel.

I'm in love with We Vs. Death right now, who I found out about while I was looking for Mono's website (apparently there's a Dutch Post-Rock band also named Mono, and they're on the same label as WvsD).

Sound Devastation 05-26-2006 04:59 PM

Mono, Pelican and Tarentel... awesome line up, havent seen Tarentel but the other two are stunning live. (i prefered Pelican's doomier work but hey..)

we vs death ive seen too, thought they were a bit average but nevermind.

mono have the best website ever! :D


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