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HOW COMES THE CONSTELLATIONS SHINE

Post Rock/Math rock • Portugal


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Originally called Purfect,How Comes The Constellations Shine was formed in Lisbon,Portugal in 2005 by guitarist Gonçalo Pereira.

Working by himself,he completed most of the Constellations future songs.By late 2005 Pereira began the search for band members.The first to join was fellow drummer and long time friend André.Soon afterwards the two musicians linked up with bassist Nuno and guitarist Tito.

The band?s music is characterized by expansive, cinematic pieces that have seen the group compared to post-rock and modern classical.

They typically compose instrumental, sometimes lengthy guitar-based pieces in the post-rock tradition.


Members
Gonçalo Pereira
(JagMaster,Telecaster,Stratocaster,Piano)

Tito Silva
(Toronado,Stratocaster,Artcore)

Nuno Fragoso
(JazzBass,Precision)

André Abreu
(Cheap Drums,Xylo)


Based on band site's info.

Slava (Snobb)

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Precious Precious Silver Gold
2010
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Belongs to Mafra
2012

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Mémoire
2013

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 Precious Precious Silver Gold by HOW COMES THE CONSTELLATIONS SHINE album cover Studio Album, 2010
3.95 | 4 ratings

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Precious Precious Silver Gold
How Comes The Constellations Shine Post Rock/Math rock

Review by The Truth
Collaborator Post/Math Rock Team

4 stars A real beauty that will sadly never gain much recognition simply because of the band's obscurity and how hard the record is to find.

The music here brings to mind some of the epic moments of GY!BE with it's extreme passages of bombastic rock resembling an orchestra. This music however, contains a bit of roughness around the edges that is nonetheless a pleasant but somewhat raw listen. The use of strings is pretty lovely all through the album, graceful melodies floating around an apocalyptic post-rock sound.

I really enjoy the way it flows as well, there's never really a dull moment and this is an extremely solid record that deserves way more recognition than it gets. I heartily recommend it to post-rock fans and partially recommend it to more adventurous prog fans.

It's not a bad idea to give it a shot!

4 solid precious precious silver and gold stars.

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 Precious Precious Silver Gold by HOW COMES THE CONSTELLATIONS SHINE album cover Studio Album, 2010
3.95 | 4 ratings

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How Comes The Constellations Shine Post Rock/Math rock

Review by snobb
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

4 stars Debut album of Portuguese post rock band. Not much information is available about this team. Doesn't matter - music is good.

Long dreamy atmospheric compositions, lazy mid-tempo sound, soundscapes of electronic and gentle, but energetic guitar temples. Even if still in classic post-rock frames, their music is more elegant and beautiful, than is played by many of their competitors. Sound effects are minimalistic and fresh, common sound is quite acoustic, with accent on harmonies and melody, not drive. Some elements of classic and SW European folklore are presented in music as well.

Great debut.Not less than 4!

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