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Do Make Say Think

 

Post Rock/Math rock

3.40 | 13 ratings

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Sean Trane
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3 stars Reviewing a post-rock album is never an easy task, mostly due to the fact that a lot of the groups in the genre have a similar sound and very little (if any at all) vocals. DSMT is not a unique group into post-rock and their slow languishing sound is not that personal either, but the atmospheres escaping from this very record are very melancholic and the tensions are almost permanent, making this album highly enjoyable for the fans. Reitschule is very much the key track with excellent brass arrangements and solid drumming. Actually sound and solid drumming is one of the strength of DMST in general (it was a little weaker on their debut album) , but this still not their better album. You might want to Try Goodbye Enemy Airships to get a good idea of what they are capable of.
Sean Trane | 3/5 |

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