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SUNRISEINTHESEA

Time Columns

 

Post Rock/Math rock

2.88 | 6 ratings

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Forscyvus
4 stars This is music for which the term Math-rock makes sense for me. The music is mainly composed of repetitive, modular riffs which seem very square, angular, and "mathy" to me. Usually they're also in an odd time signature. Most of it moves at a pretty nice clip too.

This music, in contrast to that of bands like Don Caballero, which I tend to percieve as almost toneless, is quite toneful (melodic isn't quite the word, per se). It can become droney at times, when one sort of tonality is repeated for quite some time, but they're all very pleasing tones, almost psychedelic sounding. That, coupled with the lack of vocals (not that that's a criticism!), makes this a good album to have on repeat in the background while you need to shut out some noise or need to concentrate on work.

Oh, and It's free on bandcamp, so just go get it already!

Forscyvus | 4/5 |

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