math rock, post-hardcore, noise rock, emo, etc. general.
share what you're listening to, rec shit, yada yada
pic related has been on heavy rotation
I am currently into the same shit as you. Give Moss Icon a shot, they have a really cool sound, sounds a little bit like Slint but way more aggressive.
Also Jawbox is insane - For Your Own Special Sweetheart is a goat album.
Ghosts and vodka
You probably already know it...
I dig Jawbox a lot. J Robbins has got an awesome voice.
/math/ thread? Just found out Toe is coming close to me. That's pretty rad. And this year marks another where I can't afford to go ArcTanGent. So boohoo on that front.
Been listening to The Life And Times lately since they're coming by my city soon. (Allen Epley's band after Shiner). Not as heavy or math-y, but their still pretty good.
These guys are pretty dope. Their drummer is a beast and he's actually not that bad of a rapper either.
you have to read the lyrics to understand why the vocals are done that way. I think it just adds on to the emotion and passion and their voices foil each other perfectly. Especially on the chorus of this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HxOFViGBSHQ
I haven't heard this album, I like the way they sound on here a lot better than what I've heard. I like this song a lot too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SL2e6w01xEY
Thanks for the rec anon.
fuck yea post-hardcore unite!
>Animals as Leaders meets Radiohead
Blends technical and smoothness seamlessly, ala TTNG.
I've been listening a lot to these guys lately.
Instrumental math rock, mathcore, post-hardcore, metalcore, experimental
They're on spotify but their whole discography isn't there. I could upload it if anyone is interested
I like US Maple's blues-inspired math rock
plus the use of silence on pic related is fantastic
the best fugazi album
any non-fugazi albums like this?
check out these charts too:
some bands I can personally recommend you that are not found on these charts:
Texas Is The Reason
Further Seems Forever
We Were Skeletons
Captain We're Sinking
Don't really see much discussion about PBTT around here, but they're one of my favourite bands and I think Old Pride is one of the best screamo records out there. What do you guys think about them and the 3rd wave post rock/emo sound in general?
Cheval De Frise
also Ahleuchatistas, Rumah Sakit, Nuito (duh), Tera Melos (also duh), and Papaye
also Ivo Papasov
June of 44
Duck. Little Brother, Duck!
>the way his voices just peters out at the end of In SL
if you like math rock listen to Tiny Moving Parts
The guy's got skills, but the lyrics and music are a bit too comical for me. I do have mad respect for him for being musically diverse enough to drum in an awesome math rock band and make hip hop on the side.