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 Post subject: Re: Soundtracks to the End of the World: The Post-Rock threa
PostPosted: Sat February 27, 2016 1:25 am 
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Very cool. The classical style guitar work at the beginning was impressive.


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I like the math rocky stuff as long as it stays in a solid groove. When they get to cute with the beat, I move on. I gotta be able to dance to it!

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The new Yndi Halda album is streaming

http://www.factmag.com/2016/03/02/yndi-halda-stream/


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After 4 months of living with "Dust and Disquiet", I'm pretty comfortable with declaring it Caspian's best album.

It's my first Caspian album and I adore it. What's the next best?

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turned2black wrote:
After 4 months of living with "Dust and Disquiet", I'm pretty comfortable with declaring it Caspian's best album.

It's my first Caspian album and I adore it. What's the next best?

You can't go wrong with "The Four Trees" or "Waking Season".


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The new Yndi Halda album is streaming

http://www.factmag.com/2016/03/02/yndi-halda-stream/


Well, I know what I'm going to listen to for the next hour or so (despite my lukewarm reception to the first song when it premiered last month).


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New Explosions in the Sky is out today. With a first pass through, I like it. There's more atmosphere to their sound that adds space to the dramatic quiet-loud dynamics they're known for.


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I'm enjoying it, wish i could spin it more before my vacation, but i guess that a 9 hour flight listening to a band called "Explosions in the sky" on april's fool isnt the greatest idea

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Enjoying this. Just started side 2 and it's going strong.


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I'm enjoying it, wish i could spin it more before my vacation, but i guess that a 9 hour flight listening to a band called "Explosions in the sky" on april's fool isnt the greatest idea

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New Mogwai (Atomic, a soundtrack) and new Hammock (Everything and Nothing) came out yesterday, too.

Did everyone release albums yesterday? Seems like a lot came out, even in non-post rock genres.


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Yeah it was a crazy good week for me.

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Disintegration Anxiety is so good.

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BurtReynolds wrote:
Disintegration Anxiety is so good.


It's catchy. I'm digging Tangle Formations and Landing Cliffs.


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I don't know what genius decided to release the Hammock album last week, but its good stuff so far.

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new Russian Circles is hot shit


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shitty game, but nice 65daysofstatic soundtrack


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not just nice. Fantastic.

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BurtReynolds wrote:
new Russian Circles is hot shit


I feel like my entire life has been leading up to this moment.

Good song.

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