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Posts Tagged ‘Post Rock’

Nishit Gajjar’s EP Album ‘Oblivion Messages’ is an interesting journey which will keep the listener attentive and engrossed

Creative Producer and Electronic Music Composer Nishit Gajjar’s new EP Album ‘Oblivion Messages’ is rather a unique blend of Ambient, Post Rock and the New Age genre. The flow in each track is sometimes linear, partly dis...


The Glacier Effect: “False Memories” – symmetric musical structures

The Glacier Effect is Jason McCann, a self-taught multi-instrumentalist and graduate of the Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences who is currently based in Sacramento, California. The project’s music incorporates elemen...



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Vessel Decimal: “CONVERSION: Level Two” packed with all the things you’d expect

Those of us who are fans of the Cleveland founded band, Vessel Decimal, might occasionally wonder why they aren’t more popular. Well, the answer is simple, and it says a lot about the culture in which we live. Vessel Deci...



Echo Pearl Varsity: “Dopener” – musically inclined on a whole other level!

Portland, Oregon-based band, Echo Pearl Varsity performs a blend of jazz-fusion and post-rock. The band began taking shape in the summer of 2012 with the joining of guitarist-singer and lead songwriter Sam Luna, and drummer, Ia...


The Static Dynamic: “Late Season” – compelling melodic buildups and emotional climaxes

The Static Dynamic is Jess Collins – (Vocals/Keys), Steph Curran – (Guitar/Programming), Mark Avery – (Bass) and Kyle Burkert – (Drums). Originally formed in 2007 by Jess (Petty Morals/Mellow Bravo), and Steph (Marianas...



Amorph: “Dreiundzwanzig” – is the epitome of the post-rock sound done right

Founded in 2005, Amorph, the five -piece Swiss band are trying to break conventional musical structures, leaning towards amorphous tendencies. They are predominantly a post-rock band, moving through a wide range of styles and g...