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This Town Needs Guns

Poking fun at their house city’s low crime price, Oxford, Britain math rockers This City Needs Guns named their music group on the whim in 2004. Structured around guitarist/vocalist Stuart Smith and business lead guitarist Tim Collis, the tempo section rotated many times over another several years, producing a music …

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Mass Solo Revolt

Indie rock-band Mass Single Revolt were shaped in Athens, GA, by Martin Brummeler (electric guitar) and Adam Frye (bass). Both got shifted to Athens from Ypsilanti, MI, where their prior rings, Data Cadet and Propeller, got released records. The 3rd member of the initial trio creating Mass Single Revolt was …

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Planets

A post-rock/math-rock duo formed in Napa, California, Planets was probably most widely known as the crazed bass and drum duo that performed their displays in white spandex body matches. Their first record, a self-released and self-titled affair, was out in 2008. To market the record, they strike the west coastline …

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SBach

Spencer Seim, guitarist for Hella and drummer for the benefit, intermingles lo-fi Commodore 64 noises with frenzied, riff-heavy mathematics rock instrumentals seeing that his alter-ego, SBach. Utilizing a moniker produced from merging Mr. Spock and Sebastian Bach, a term he made in an effort to explain alien-sounding traditional music, Seim …

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Foals

Shaped in Oxford, Britain, by longtime friends Yannis Philippakis (guitar) and Jack port Bevan (drums), along with Andrew Mears on vocals, guitarist Jimmy Smith, and bassist Walter Gervers, Foals — whose name can be a play for the etymology of Philippakis’ name — started in an effort to protest against …

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From Safety to Where

With a good, noise-driven sound that depends on strong bass lines and angular rhythms, From Basic safety to Where appeared in 2000 being a throwback towards the like-minded punk of the first 80’s. Getting to mind performers such as Objective to Burma and Gang of Four, the band’s hard-to-find 7″ …

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Year Future

A noise-oriented punk music group with some artsy experimental tendencies, 12 months Long term leavens their screamo attack with unpredicted components like heavy dub basslines and gothy key pad textures, with affects which range from Fugazi and early Sonic Youth to General public Picture Ltd. and Deceased May Dance. Something …

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Grouser

Richmond, VA, mathematics rock metallic punks Grouser played locally for a long time before releasing their debut Compact disc, Harmonic Freight Teach, on Porcelain Productions in June of 1999. The group, led by drummer/vocalist Neal Clark and guitarist/vocalist Mike Wells, place their amount of time in once again on the …

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31Knots

31Knots fuse organic rhythms with jagged guitars for mathematical tunes that zigzag through adjustments and anxious start-stop riffs, getting in touch with to brain Sonic Youth, Modest Mouse, the Ex lover, as well as Fugazi’s more difficult function. Experimentalists on par with rings like Tortoise, the users of 31Knots stand …

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65daysofstatic

65daysofstatic are an British instrumental post-rock outfit who are heavily influenced by digital music styles such as for example drum’n’bass, techno, and glitch. Their guitar-led melodies and live drums are coupled with sampled drums and atmospheric occasions that are comparable to contemporaries Mogwai, Godspeed You! Dark Emperor, and Explosions in …

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