Looking for a good instrumental post-rock bands.
not the popular ones like godspeed you black emperor or mogwai, explosions in the sky.
more like little bands that makes you feel go hero yourself.
mono is the head of this type music.
there's some of the post rock bands that i like to mention;
one of the best in my opinion. if you can spare time for that it wont be waste.
got your back buddy
Yodaka - s/t (2001)
>japanese post rock, instrumental
I think I know more or less the type you want.
Johnytwentythree - JXXIII
Jakob - Subsets of Sets
Tarentel - From Bone to Satellite & Ephemera
Limp - Orion
Red Sparows - At The Soundless Dawn
Yume Bitsu - Yume Bitsu
Those are the only ones that I feel sound more or less like the video you posted.
Check some of these out!
Collections of Colonies of Bees
>I like this band because they generally tend to avoid crescendocore cliches and use some fairly out of the box composition techniques, especially when it comes to overall sonic texture. Funnily enough, members of this band are more famous for their side project Volcano Choir, which is famously fronted by Bon Iver's Justin Vernon.
>These guys use mostly acoustic instrumentation (violins, banjos, acoustic guitars, pianos, etc,) and play a really cool brand of post-rock colored by the influence of American folk, Impressionist chamber music and Hollywood film scores.
>Like Explosions in the Sky with some vocals and also IN SPACE! Also check out how fucking awesome the album art is (pic related)
Lots of people have mentioned them already but 65dos, Yndi Halda, Caspian and Mono are all really good. As much as I like post-rock it suffers from being a genre where you only need to know a few bands