Mathcore, noise rock, post-hardcore, emo, etc. are also welcome
>what you're listening to
>favorite 2015 releases
Who's the biggest qt in math rock and why is it Yvette Young?
Does anyone here know some math/noise stuff with really playful and funky groove, especially lots of emphasis on clangy drumming, similar to the grooviest parts of Thrak-era King Crimson or Skeleton Key?
Lightning Bolt - Fantasy Empire (2015)
Only thing I've really heard this year, I'm kind of out of touch with the youth though.
Covet is going into the studio soon and doesn't have anything released yet, all she's featured in atm is her boring acoustic stuff.
She works a lot better in an instrumental math rock setting obviously, really looking forward to hearing the Covet ep/lp and you should be too
Aye do so, and if you forget to I'll probably post it in future math threads when it's out
Btw more Covet here if you're interested guys (you should be)
It's ridiculous how much better this is than her acoustic stuff
Ok so here's an odd question. There was once a post about a guitar/drum duo who played sweet ass jams. They had a music video where it was basically just a bunch of lights on their instruments in a dark room or something.
I think they were from Australia. If not some low pop state in US
Yeah I'm not a fan of headless as well...judging from her facebook page she's sponsored by Sandberg since she's been in a couple of their videos showing off their gear, she probably had to play it.
Good for her I guess, but I'm not a fan either, love the fact that she uses a telecaster live however
This is a genre I've always wanted to get into because I've liked what I hear then and there, but I have no idea where to start with it or noise rock. Are there essential genre flowcharts/lists?
There's probably a flowchart but I don't know it.
The most obvious ways into math rock are either punk/jammy hardcore, twinkly emo/pop or more experimental hammy stuff
What are you into? I could rec something
not that guy but I'd like to add that What Burns Never Return is more free flowing and American Don is a lot more looped and layered
Both are amazing, my favorite records, but pick the one you think you'd like the most first
I really haven't listened to much, just a couple Battles songs and stuff I've heard in music threads on other boards that I can't remember the names of. Sorry if that's not much help.
I don't mind emo vocals, I like Snowing and American Football.
Here's some shit I like. I guess it can be discussed on what is/isn't math rock but who cares.
I would start with Highly Refined Pirates by Minus the Bear
Pretty straight forward song writing, real catchy, plenty of sexy arpeggios and amazing drummer.
Overall a very fun and accessible album.
So i've seen this album posted in the emo generals for a while but have no idea what its called. The album cover is a dude pushing his hair up and having welts on his forehead. Anyone know it?
I've checked a good portion of these out in the hour since their posting, thank you very much! I'll listen to them all then listen to them all again before coming back to hone in what I like.
>captcha is select all hamburgers
>only chicken burgers in image selection
As an American, I feel dishonored.
I agree that all these genres are pretty much the same kind of music but in different forms, I just really wish there was one unifying term.
any love for GOAT guitar playing and tones?
good thread. listening t critical meat atm. https://youslut.bandcamp.com/album/critical-meat