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    Posted: March 09 2012 at 22:53
Time Columns is a two-piece band. No kidding. They manage to pull it off live too, if you ever get a chance to see them.

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They finally released their first full length, and after waiting for so long it's finally out! These guys are seriously innovative for the post-rock/progressive genre. Get their album on bandcamp, and give them a review (the album just went up on this site).

Any fans of this band? Or am I the only one who knows them. They go on tour this month, so watch out for that.

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Not very bad. Something along the lines of Ozric Tentacles, Durutti Column, and Faust.
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This is one of their more progressive tracks, off the same album:




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Originally posted by pianoman

This is one of their more progressive tracks, off the same album:



Yes, this was definitely worth releasing. I like the experimental side of it. Do you have anything to do with the group or you just heard of them?


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I know them as friends, and are playing with them with my band on their SXSW tour on March 20th, but I have nothing to do with them other than that. They were a local band that played in town when I was in high-school two years ago, and now they are just getting recognized.
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