Can we have a post-rock recommendation thread?
No generic crap.
this is great if you like field recordings in your postrock
>implying this isn't the most beautiful post-rock album ever
/post-rock/ers check out Cerberus Shoal - Elements of Structure/Permanence and Homb
Maybe, but if there's a single album that deserves that title this would definitely be it.
They definitely do. Mogwai got me into post-rock and they're still one of my favorite bands.
Am I the only one who thinks Mogwai is pretty boring compared to other post-rock bands? Am I missing something here? I've listened to the Hawk is Howling, Mr. Beast, Young Team and Come on Die Young and they just never did anything for me.
The Evpatoria Report - Golevka is one of the best post-rock albums I know of. Bands like godspeed, Mogwai, Caspian etc. are what really made me want to explore music more but this album might be my favorite post-rock album still.
I listened to them in a DVD documenting Tony Hawk's Gigantic Skatepark Tour of 2002. That DVD had the GOATest music you will ever listen to. Included Cornelius, The Damned, Quasimoto, Mock Orange, Houston... It was perfect.
They were a supergroup full of talented musicians.
They made slow, adagio compositions that blended americana, post-rock, and chamber music.
It just doesn't exist, I have disc 1 and disc 2 and I have good news to you, I uploaded everything from disc 1
Disc 2 is too scratched to read anywhere ;_; it was the best part and it had toooons of awesome extra content
>Bought an autographed CD from their site because I thought they'd at least be decent and it'd be a cool piece of memorabilia to have
Why nobody ever post this?
aww look this lil qt3.14 didn't get the implication
Meanwhile, Back In Communist Russia... - Indian Ink
>Electronic Post-Rock with spoken word British female vocals, has a really nice dark sound and the singer's voice is captivating
this is becoming one of my faves
who HRSTA here?