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Abunai!

Judging off their affinity for psychedelic pop/rock and roll (with some improv elements tossed in aswell), the Boston quartet Abunai! are main admirers of Syd Barrett-era Green Floyd. The music group originally formed through the middle-’90s, when Dan Parmenter (bass), Brendan Quinn (electric guitar), and Joe Turner (drums) met up …

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Mogwai

The cosmic post-rock music group Mogwai was formed in Glasgow, Scotland in 1996 by guitarist/vocalist Stuart Braithwaite, guitarist Dominic Aitchison, and drummer Martin Bulloch, longtime friends with the purpose of creating “serious guitar music.” Toward that end, they added another guitarist, John Cummings, before debuting in March 1996 using the …

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MUTEMATH

Acquiring cues from many decades of alternative rock and roll, MUTEMATH (also called Mute Mathematics and MuteMath) fuse together New Order’s synth-dance epics, the Rock Roses’ shambling shuffle, Radiohead’s chilliness, Air’s ambient pop, as well as the flourishing vocals of mainstream pop/rock and roll. Vocalist Paul Meany, previously from the …

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Barzin

The Barzin project may be the creation of singer-songwriter and keyboard player Barzin Hosseini (b. Canada). Hosseini have been dabbling in single work to discover the best part of ten years before inaugurating Barzin in the beginning of the fresh millennium. Walter Kofman (keyboards), Brett Higgins (dual bass), Sam Cino …

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Wisdom of Harry

The Wisdom of Harry came together in the height of new-revival punk rock (Sonic Youngsters, Nirvana, Mudhoney) in the first ’90s, but didn’t achieve the main buzz like their post-punk counterparts. Made up of the appearance much like My Bloody Valentine, Mogwai, and Catherine Steering wheel, the Knowledge of Harry …

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Stand Before the Firing Squad

Valencia, CA’s Stand Prior to the Firing Squad test out a dizzying mélange of music designs — hardcore, grindcore, spazzcore, rock, math steel, even jazz — on the decidedly post-rock debut record, Sound Machine. Released in 2006 yourself of Hope Information, the album noticed bandmembers Collin Stafford (vocals), Derrick Cisneros …

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Bumps

Yet another among the myriad of rings formally connected with Tortoise, the instrumental percussion group Bumps is made up of Dan Bitney, John Herndon, as well as the seemingly constantly dynamic John McEntire. Avant-hip-hop label Rocks Throw took see from the trio’s beat abilities, putting your signature on them and …

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The Big Sleep

The post-rock/experimental outfit the best Rest feature Danny Barria (guitar), Sonya Balchandani (bass/vocals), and Gabe Rhodes (drums). The Brooklyn-based trio produces a brooding batch of psychedelic rock and roll with an indie rock and roll aesthetic. Ahead of forming the best Rest in 2005, Balchandani produced her debut with the …

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Japanther

Quite likely one of the most unapologetically artsy punk-related music group since the start of Sonic Youth — when Kim Gordon was composing for Artforum, Thurston Moore and Lee Ranaldo caused Glenn Branca, and underground celeb Richard Edson was their drummer — Japanther isn’t whatsoever little bit afraid to get …

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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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