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    Posted: August 06 2012 at 02:05
http://antlers.bandcamp.com/album/2607-space-godz   


Edited by Svetonio - August 06 2012 at 02:09
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UUUUUHHHHHHHHUUUUUHHUUU I really really dig this stuffClapBig smile

Yummy! It may well sound like a slightly more progressive riffing proto act, but man oh man this band's got me hooked!

I just looked them up on RYM, and it says they're math rockErmm Mjieeeah, well maybe not according to the latest release - that's for damn sureLOL

Like I said, this sounds like something from the late 60s, but I'll swing it by the psych hut. 
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Originally posted by Guldbamsen

I just looked them up on RYM, and it says they're math rockErmm Mjieeeah, well maybe not according to the latest release - that's for damn sureLOL
 

Not to be confused with indie/math-rock act The Antlers.
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Originally posted by Kotro

Originally posted by Guldbamsen

I just looked them up on RYM, and it says they're math rockErmm Mjieeeah, well maybe not according to the latest release - that's for damn sureLOL
 

Not to be confused with indie/math-rock act The Antlers.


No no, it's this band as wellLOL http://rateyourmusic.com/artist/antlers Math rock.
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Originally posted by Guldbamsen

Originally posted by Kotro

Originally posted by Guldbamsen

I just looked them up on RYM, and it says they're math rockErmm Mjieeeah, well maybe not according to the latest release - that's for damn sureLOL
 

Not to be confused with indie/math-rock act The Antlers.


No no, it's this band as wellLOL http://rateyourmusic.com/artist/antlers Math rock.
 

LOL Wow. What a change, then.
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Exactly!
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finally done now Bowdown
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