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POST-ROCK:

The term post-rock was coined by Simon Reynolds in issue 123 of The Wire (May 1994) to describe a sort of music "using rock instrumentation for non-rock purposes, using guitars as facilitators of timbres and textures rather than riffs and powerchords."

Originally used to describe the music of such bands as Stereolab, Disco Inferno, Seefeel, Bark Psychosis and Pram, it spread out to be frequently used for all sorts of jazz- and Krautrock-influenced, instrumental, electronica-added music made after 1994. Bands from the early 1990s such as Slint, or earlier, such as Talk Talk were influential on this genre. As with many musical genres, the term is arguably inadequate: it is used for the music of Tortoise as well as that of Mogwai, two bands who have very little in common besides the fact that their music is largely instrumental.

The aforementioned Tortoise was among the founders of the movement. After the second Tortoise LP Millions Now Living Will Never Die, the band became a post-rock icon. After Millions... many bands (e.g., Do Make Say Think) began to record, inspired by the "Tortoise-sound" and were often described as post-rock.

In the late nineties, Chicago, Illinois, became the home base of many different groups. John McEntire (of Tortoise) became an important producer for lots of them, as well as Jim O'Rourke (of Brice-Glace, Gastr del Sol and many more). Post-rock began to range from the slow, guitar-based ambience of Boxhead Ensemble to the up-tempo electronica of Stereolab.

Montreal, Quebec band Godspeed You Black Emperor! - later renamed 'Godspeed You! Black Emperor' - brought a political element with anti-globalization movement leanings.

By the early 2000s, the term had started to fall out of favor, while the major artists kept on making high quality recordings. The wide range of styles covered by the term had robbed it of its usefulness almost from the moment it was coined.

Closely related to post-rock is the genre known as Math rock, characterized by more percussive timbres, and more dissonant harmonic gestures.

This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. It uses material from the Wikipedia article "Post-rock".



MATH ROCK:

Math Rock is a genre that emerged in the late 80's and that was influenced by both the intricacies of progressive and avant-garde rock - King Crimson, Frank Zappa, Henry Cow - and 20th century composers such as Steve Reich and John Cage. The music is characterized by complex structures, angular melodies and constant abrupt changes in tempo and time signature. The name Math Rock is a term that grew out of the Chicago scene and the artists working with engineer Steve Albini in an effort to describe the new style.

The basic building blocks of Math Rock can be traced back to the late 60's and 70's where Progressive Rock artists were making more elaborate compositions than the standard rock bands and were experimenting with song structures. Early Avant-garde groups like Massacre, and artists such as Captain Beefheart and John Zorn were highly influential to Math Rock bands and traces of their music can still be heard throughout the genre. Another big influence to the Math Rock approach was Slint with their album "Spiderland" which showcased many techniques that Math Rock bands will follow in the future. Punk also had significant impact on the sound of Math Rock bands. Other notable influences are: Post-Rock, Heavy Metal, and Jazz.

Although there are Math Rock bands in different countries around the world, most reside in the United States, the Midwest in particular, and tend to be divided by regions: Pittsburgh bands (Don Caballero, Six Horse) Chicago bands (Shellac, U.S. Maple), Ohio bands (Keelhaul, Craw) Louisville bands (June 44, Rodan, The For Carnation, Crain), and San Diego bands (Drive Like Jehu, Tristeza) among others on both coasts. Japan was also an important country in the Math Rock genre with bands like Ruins and Zeni Geva.

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 A Matter of Life... by PENGUIN CAFE album cover Studio Album, 2011
4.00 | 2 ratings

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A Matter of Life...
Penguin Cafe Post Rock/Math rock

Review by Matti
Prog Reviewer

4 stars The leader of one of the most unique and hard-to- categorize bands ever, Penguin Cafe Orchestra, was the multi-instrumentalist and composer Simon Jeffes, who died of brain tumor in 1997 at the age of 49. His son Arthur Jeffes founded Penguin Cafe around 2009 in order to honour his father's musical heritage. Soon he added his own new compositions to the repertoire, and this debut album is completely composed by Arthur (one track being co-written with one of the album's co- musicians).

I am not an advanced connoisseur of PCO, and this album is my first and only contact with PC this far, but it seems to me this album comes very close in sound and spirit to the music of PCO. If I was told that it actually was a PCO album, I would't have a clear reason to question it. Perhaps the piano, Arthur's main instrument, dominates the music more. Other featured instruments include cello, viola, violin, harmonium, ukelele, etc. Percussion is central on some pieces. Just like PCO, this is instrumental, acoustically oriented, rather calm, unoffensive and quietly intelligent music combining elements of classical chamber music, chamber jazz, minimalism, World Music and ambient. Maybe the later PC albums are easier to see as post/math-rock?

An interesting feature here is Arthur's brief introducing text for each piece. They get pretty technical, speaking about phrase-ends, bar structures, differing meters such as 5/4 and 10/8, sequences, C minors, etc. Nevertheless, they give a useful view to the music and the ideas behind it. 'That, Not That' is a piano and cello duet reminding me of Michael Nyman's film music. On the next, rhythmically very complex piece Kathryn Tickell's Northumbrian pipes carry the theme intoduced by a melodica. The sharp minimalism approaches that of Philip Glass. On a couple of following tracks there are traces of African music.

The moody and slow-paced piano & cello piece 'Finland' is not about my home country but about a dying dog of that name, "but I think over the years it has come to be more about loss in general". One track is inspired by the Fibonacci sequence of numbers. All in all, this calm-natured album is not difficult to listen to, but it's not giving me (emotionally) very deep impressions either. Maybe because of that I'm not tempted to rate it higher than 3,5 stars, but I'll round it up for the high level of sophistication and for the supplementary texts. Recommended to fans of PCO and listeners of modern chamber music.

 Currents by COVET album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 2015
4.00 | 3 ratings

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Currents
Covet Post Rock/Math rock

Review by Cylli Kat (0fficial)

4 stars Fun and Serious Chops!

Yvette Young and co. have assembled a collection of songs here that I think would appeal to fans of Stanley Jordan, Exvious, & Genetics (formerly Dianetics) and maybe to some degree Michael Hedges.

She has fabulous technique which never makes any of the songs seem designed to wow with virtuosity, yet never fail to impress nonetheless!

Here we find really strong compositions that are allowed to grow and breathe and wander.

Yvette uses mainly clean tones to incorporate virtuosity into the structures of the songs rather than to noodle about over the top as many guitar oriented albums oft do. The rhythm section of David Adamiak and Keith Grimshaw help to move the music effectively and efficiently. And the voices on the closer Sea Dragon shows Yvette to have a very pleasant voice too! This is engaging and refreshing, recommended indeed for fans of technical, guitar oriented but not Metal instrumental music!

As always, your mileage may vary,

Grace and peace, Cylli (Jim)

 Menetekel by RĆDSEL album cover Studio Album, 2021
3.05 | 2 ratings

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Menetekel
Rćdsel Post Rock/Math rock

Review by DamoXt7942
Forum & Site Admin Group Avant/Cross/Neo/Post Teams

3 stars Another new post-rock wave from Kassel, Germany. RĆDSEL were founded in 2017 as a promising German post-rock project. This album "Menetekel" was released as their second album via an independent post-rock / ambient label Fluttery Records in 2021, which is filled with their young energetic attitude for every single progressive rock fan. The quartet's play and performance have already been sufficiently polished and would give an immersive impression for the audience regardless of their authentic post-rock style. I think "Menetekel" should be worth listening to with a peace of mind, in a good sense.

In this whole creation, we can feel their fresh and fruity rock power. The first shot "My hands Your Eyes" gets started with delightful acoustic initiative in a heartwarming manner, followed by sensitive but assertive fantasia full of deep, heavy fuzz and destructive loudness. The melodic lines are pretty acceptable and favourable, as if they would say there be no toughness nor painfulness, even under such a pandemic situation. "Treetop" features smooth, dreamy beats, massive attractive dissonance, and delicate chorus. In "Medicore" we can touch their romantic acoustic, ambient potential overall. Guess they might have intensive delicacy on the intima. The titled track is one of the darkest, the most enthusiastic ones really. Repetitive phrases on their shoegaze performance are pretty cool. And heavy, explosive approaches knock our mind door. The last "Follow The Little Dotted Line" is well-balanced, exactly a combination of a bit complicated / full-of-passion movements, slightly calm / tragic moments, and uptempo magnificent rollingstone-y vibes.

A wonderful opus really, and this should notify us that they will create more and more innovative stuff in near future. Cheers.

 The Martial Arts by CINEMECHANICA album cover Studio Album, 2006
3.31 | 4 ratings

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The Martial Arts
Cinemechanica Post Rock/Math rock

Review by siLLy puPPy
Collaborator PSIKE, JR/F/Canterbury & Eclectic Teams

3 stars While the college town of Athens, Georgia may bring a bring a whole host of indie rock bands like R.E.M., The B-52s, Of Montreal as well as such acts of the Indigo Girls and The Black Crows, the small city east of Atlanta is an underground hotbed for punk and metal as well. The band CINEMECHANICA is a bit out of place amongst its alternative rock cousins as it is one of the few bands that has ventured out of the city's comfort zone and delve into the more experimental progressive realms of math rock.

This band began in 2002 by Mike Albanese (drums), Bryant Williamson (guitar, vocals), Andy Pruett (guitar, vocals) and Joel Halstat (bass) and under that lineup released one album, one EP and a split before disbanding and then regrouping with a different lineup and firing off one more album in 2016. This debut album THE MARITAL ARTS V2 came out in 2006 and featured nine tracks that captured the spirit of heavy aggressive post-hardcore not too distantly far from what The Mars Volta was putting out about then only in the context of nerdy math rock with some moments of post-rock cyclical grooving.

At only a tiny bit over 31 minutes, THE MARTIAL ARTS V2 comes off as a post-punk album in every way with quick snappy tracks that burst with energy and alternate between vocal driven angsty numbers and more contemplative instrumentals. The vocals are probably my least favorite aspect of CINEMACHANICA as they feature those familiar snarly screamo styled shouts but the music on here is more akin to a much heavier Minutemen with a bit of Captain Beefheart angularity from time to time. This is rapid-fire math rock with frenetic rhythms, explosive deliveries and heavy distortion. You know, youthful angsty noise music only with the nerdy incorporation of brutal prog elements.

Overall not a bad album at all with lots of complex syncopated rhythms, unexpected hairpin turns yet solid grooves and seasoned musicians who are well versed in prog complexities. Despite all that this band still retains all those abrasive youthful qualities that make post-punk so punky! As much as i want to like this one, something just doesn't take it to the next level as there's nothing here that's totally original and as i've already stated i'm not a big fan of the vocals. For those who crave to seek out every last nugget of the progressive punk = pronk artists then this is definitely one you won't want to miss but it lacks a return value.

3.5 rounded down

 Kin (OST) by MOGWAI album cover Studio Album, 2018
4.36 | 16 ratings

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Kin (OST)
Mogwai Post Rock/Math rock

Review by moshkito

5 stars Mogwai KIN England 2018

To start with, the only thing that can be said about this album is that it is magnificent, and you don't need to see a film to appreciate its beauty as a CD. The music, its moods and designs are really well (either) thought out or designed, and the music flows well ... and some things seem to go together (not in the film) like "Funeral Pyre" and "Donuts" both excellent and simple in their design ... but the feeling is really well developed within it, and the film would not be able to show these in their entirety, however, it was used very nicely ... although when you hear the CD, you will find the music itself is really nice to follow and get into. But it is really easy to say that the film clarifies a lot of the music, and for me it added the visuals ... although that might be difficult with just the CD and not seeing the film, but you end up with a more complete "story" that the film can not exactly execute in its entirety.

The album starts with a very simple piano opening that one might think has some far off and weird bits behind it ... but it never takes away from the main theme of this film. It is "Eli's Theme" and it might be considered how the kid feels in the story of the film ... and it might have been written that way, which would be very different from a simple rock song based on a beat.

Continuing with the story of the film, "Scrap" adds a little more to the main theme and it seems to suggest that something is about to happen. This is also a magnificent piano based piece, and beautifully developed and realized. And we to "Flee", where we see Eli and his brother getting in a car and running away to escape ... something that is not clear as yet. This piece expands into a rock song, with really good development and its mood enhanced each and every second ...

For me, the two pieces that really make this outstanding for me, is "Funeral Pyre" and the follow up "Donuts". "Funeral Pyre" has a haunting suggestion that makes you think ... and it leads to "Donuts" which is a sumptuous affair with beautiful keyboards and soaring leads over it, that just stands out all over the album, though we can not hear all of it in the film.

It's difficult to try and explain so much of this material ... I think it is strictly designed to be visual and not just "music" and specially "rock music" feelings, and I found it lovely to be able to close my eyes and just fly with it. I had not even seen the film at that time, and this piece alone already had my imagination so fired up it was crazy. Of anyone creating music, specially film, I can only think of Vangelis as the true one ... although it is very difficult to leave behind so many folks that added so much to the film, as was the case with David Lean and others, who loved to use music.

The rest of the songs in this album, are a part of the film, and it might be difficult to expand and express their design and connection ... I have to watch the film again to see when "Miscreants" and "Guns Down" are, which would be around the last half or third of the film ... and then if you did not have enough, you get the title of the film and is "big" with a slight rock beat accompaniment ... which is something that this whole album seems to not want to fall into ... which makes it one of the great albums of music ... even without the film.

Seeing the film, will likely help you enjoy the music even more, because you will see how well it was used, and how well designed the music was!

A great album ...

5 STARS

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This is the film review I have for this film and its soundtrack.

A very nice film, not usually the kind that I see, but somehow one thing got my attention ... the album of music by MOGWAI is massively great and beautiful, and immediately sent me chasing the film to see it ... and no sooner I got the DVD ... son of a gun ... I watched it twice, back to back, just because ... just because ... I don't know ... for once an "action" film, was not shot to be clever for its tricks and stuff ... but it used these things really well within the context of the story and made the film nice to watch ... and its music moments are magnificent, and not over done by film that make it look like music is so important to make this moment greater than it really is ... this film is already "alive" and the addition of the music in some parts, is extremely well done, and adds the right amount of feelings that your stomach and mine might have for the moment ... the music is not used for sentimental values and ideas ... it's used as a part of the film itself ... and that makes this film, special in many ways!

And for once, you do not get involved in this film for its clever, and science fiction styled details ... they just seem to be nicely setup maybe, just maybe with one exception towards the end, that I am not sure is necessary, but the film maker has the right to feel otherwise and show us the story as he sees it.

The story itself is probably open to interpretation but a kid, one that we would otherwise consider a "loser", finds a package that he takes home, and eventually learns it is some kind of weapon that does some serious damage ... and he learns to use it once or twice ... and then we come to the part that makes is a bit of the sci-fi thing ... the weapon was lost and there is a group trying hard to find it, and they finally locate it, and it helps (I think?) that it ends up clearing up the story of the kid ... and his apparent confusion and occasional lack of ability to make a decision, but when the time comes, somehow it appears to work just fine.

But he learns all this during what seems to be a cross country trip making an effort to escape ... and the only thing we know is that his brother is being pursued by bad guys and somehow the brothers are joined up by a dancer ... and Eli almost accidentally learns to work the big package.

And at the end, it is returned to its rightful place and the bad guys are done in. Eli has grown up a little, and the dancer goes her own way! No love story here ... just friends that meet on the way to .... and this is how the film feels ... and I think this is the part of the film that is far out ... we don't think of it as some sci-fi thing ... and we just hope that the bad guys all go away ... etc, etc ...

For me, a very enjoyable film, and seeing the music used properly in the film instead of just a background a la Hollywood ... shows some serious maturing and understanding from the brothers that wrote and directed this film.

It is a wonderful exercise ... a low key film, that works ... and doesn't have to show off its clever tricks to gain an audience.

4 GIBLOONS

Band Members: Stuart Braithwaite (guitar, vocals) Barry Burns (guitar, piano, synthesizer, vocals) Dominic Aitchison (bass guitar) Martin Bulloch (drums)

 The Imperfect Sea by PENGUIN CAFE album cover Studio Album, 2017
4.00 | 2 ratings

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The Imperfect Sea
Penguin Cafe Post Rock/Math rock

Review by DamoXt7942
Forum & Site Admin Group Avant/Cross/Neo/Post Teams

4 stars Sorta decent chamber-avantgarde-post-pop secreted. A British dectet PENGUIN CAFE were founded in 2009 as the successor of The PENGUIN CAFE ORCHESTRA (PCO) by Arthur JEFFES, son of the leader of PCO Simon JEFFES. Regardless of the similarities in the moniker, PENGUIN CAFE have apparently different elements from the original PCO. This makes sense in general via "The Imperfect Sea" released as their third album in 2017. Based upon chamber rock, their soundscape is filled with avant-garde moments and dissonant touches, and especially catchy vibes.

From the first shot "Ricercar" we are drenched in their repetitive hallucinogenic psychedelia seasoned with post-rock- ish violin-oriented dissonance. Light-touched and crispy percussion sounds quite simple but pleasant for us. Another comfort is flexible piano playing. Delightful departure really. "Cantorum", on the contrary, has somewhat depressive, serious flavour all around. The whole atmosphere is not heavy but energetic enough to vibrate our inner mind. "Control 1 (Interlude)", one of my favourite stuffs actually, is quiet and monotonous basically. Simultaneously this interlude involves massive beauty and fragility to infiltrate our stomach. Quivering violin sounds work incredibly.

Their homage "Franz Schubert'' possesses tiny, soft and smooth texture that reminds us of the same vein of Schubert's piano sonatas (I love D960 full of safe and sound). Their sound simplicity should be pretty suggestive. In the shortest track "Half Certainty" delicate melodica sounds under percussive xylophone attraction are acceptable and positive. "Protection" kinda dramatic chamber pop would be veiled in complicated melody lines and quirky sound cracks potentialized by the violin. The combination sounds a bit mysterious indeed.

Theatrical post rock "Rescue" should be called as another masterpiece for them. They never lose understandable vision even on the track but utilize serious atmosphere and mystically fascinating distortion fully all over.. The last phase filled with sincere, precise dectet crystals is very impressive and moving. In "Now Nothing (Rock Music)" they might want to say rock is hibernated I guess ... as if the title would mention rock has no future ... wondering why this creation sounds sorrowful. The last lyrical epilogue "Wheels Within Wheels" configured with repetitive percussive phrases like the first track provides us obvious desert rock and enthusiastic inner oasis, that we cannot help feeling motivative.

This creation cannot be classified easily but shou include colourful essence mentioned above. A good one.

 Mercurial by ECHOES AND SIGNALS album cover Studio Album, 2021
4.00 | 2 ratings

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Mercurial
Echoes And Signals Post Rock/Math rock

Review by nick_h_nz
Collaborator Prog Metal Team

4 stars [Originally published at The Progressive Aspect]

Russian band Echoes and Signals first came to my attention, as I'm sure was the case for many others, after Marjana Semkina (of iamthemorning) let her followers know that she provided vocals on their second full length album, Monodrama. That track stood out for the vocal presence, as Echoes and Signals, like so many other post-rock bands, are a largely instrumental affair. But don't let that last sentence give you the wrong idea, as Echoes and Signals are not like so many other post-rock bands. In fact, I've often hesitated to call them a post-rock band at all. I like a lot of post-rock, don't get me wrong, but a lot of it is very safe and sticks firmly to a formula. You can hear what's coming long before it arrives. This sort of post-rock isn't necessarily unenjoyable, but it's definitely unsurprising. I don't mind signposts when I'm listening to music, but it's always more enjoyable to not know quite where I'm being taken. Echoes and Signals seem to share this preference, and the previous album was all about the journey, and not the destination.

Monodrama had a real lightness of touch about it, deftly and delicately playing with dynamics, and presenting an aural equivalent of the beautiful and tranquil watery cover art. There was a sense of movement and flow, but it was never quite clear where one was being taken. Rather, there was the idea to just drift, and be taken where I was taken without worrying or wondering where that might be. I was enchanted by it, and immediately sought out the band's debut full length V (presumably so named as it was their fifth release). I actually prefer V to Monodrama, as even though the latter is a far more mature and assured sounding release, I quite like the rawer sound of V. It provides a greater contrast between the beautiful and delicate interludes, and the heavier main tracks. There's no way you could call those interludes filler as they are as integral to the album as the "intermissions" of iamthemorning. Actually, the two bands that V reminds me of most are iamthemorning and Anekdoten ? which perhaps just goes to show how far from more "normal" post-rock Echoes and Signals are.

So why this lengthy preamble? Merely to make it clear that I have been a fan of the band for some time, and am familiar with their previous releases, because when I first heard Mercurial, I wondered if I were even listening to the same band. Their previous releases had all slightly differed from each other, but the differences had never been as marked as this. I may have hesitated to call them a post-rock band in the past, but in the end it was the most pragmatic label to give them. There was always prog in the post- rock mix of Echoes and Signals, but with Mercurial, it seems they've now pretty much left the post-rock behind. There are still traces, but honestly this album just sounds so different. It's taken a long time and a lot of listens to decide I actually like this more than anything else the band has previously released. I suspect anyone new to the band will have a more instant reaction and attraction to the album.

Of the original trio, only Fedor Kivokurtsev (guitars, vocals) and Alexey Zaytsev (bass, keyboards) remain. Leo Margarit (Pain of Salvation) takes up the drummer's seat left vacant by Yaroslav Egorov. It's hard to compare the two, simply because the style of music has changed so much. Before listening to this, I was a little worried about the guest "star drummer", as part of the fluidity of sound of Monodrama, for example, was because of the superb rhythm section of Alexey and Yaroslav, which allowed Fedor's guitar to flow over the top. But with the change in style being so great, it's a bit of a moot point, and Leo certainly delivers the goods with panache and passion. There are definitely no complaints here! But one of the biggest changes is the vocals, because Echoes and Signals is definitely no longer an instrumental band! Every track has vocals, and Fedor has a very fine voice that is an absolute pleasure to listen to. Mercurial takes the darkness from V and the sophistication of Monodrama, and combines them beautifully.

In every way, it's hard to deny that Mercurial has raised the bar significantly, but I have no doubt the journey is far from over. The previous mix of psychedelic, post-rock and prog has given way to something closer to prog metal. Where I might have been reminded of Pink Floyd or Porcupine Tree on earlier releases, it is now more like Riverside or Indukti. Where I might have been reminded of iamthemorning or Anekdoten, it is now Queensr˙che or Tool. Which is not to say the band ever sounded particularly like the former, nor that they now sound particularly like the latter, but it gives some indication of how much the band has changed in sound, while still retaining some of the same aspects that allows them to maintain their identity. I might have initially been so surprised by what I heard, that I wondered if it were the same band, but it didn't take long to recognise this was the Echoes and Signals I loved. They have merely taken me along on another unexpected turn on their journey. And make no mistakes about it, Echoes and Signals are still very much about the journey, and not the destination. I hope it is many years yet, and many more fine albums, before we reach that destination ? wherever it may be.

 G_d's Pee AT STATE'S END! by GODSPEED YOU! BLACK EMPEROR album cover Studio Album, 2021
3.91 | 24 ratings

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G_d's Pee AT STATE'S END!
Godspeed You! Black Emperor Post Rock/Math rock

Review by siLLy puPPy
Collaborator PSIKE, JR/F/Canterbury & Eclectic Teams

4 stars GODSPEED YOU! BLACK EMPEROR may not have invented post-rock but i'd be hard pressed to find another band that has taken the genre to the limits that this Quebec band has done. For all the Mogwai clones, Bark Psychosis wannabes and Slint worshippers in the mix, nothing really compares to the transcendental recordings that GODSPEED has so successfully forged for over two decades now and for me personally it's always a beacon of light to hear that this excellent band has returned to unleash yet another apocalyptic instrumental display of epic post-rock that continues the style laid down so very long ago.

Emerging just in time for Easter 2021 after a weary planet has grown ever so fatigued by a decaying world of corruption, disease and economic collapse, GODSPEED's music has never sounded so relevant as a soundtrack to the planet upon which we reside and the newest edition of the band's maestrohood comes to us in the form of G_d's Pee AT STATE'S END! which pretty much resonates in the awesomeness that we have come to know as GODSPEED YOU! BLACK EMPEROR with that instantly addictive post-rock cyclical journey accompanied by chamber rock, drones, slow building tensions that result in phenomenal crescendoes and of course freaky sounding field recordings. The album title seems to display a disgust for the world situation in a time when all of us whether we reside in Albania or Zimbabwe are sharing a common human experience.

G_d's Pee AT STATE'S END! is probably the closest thing to the band's critically acclaimed masterpiece "Lift Yr. Skinny First Like Antennas To Heaven!" which featured a mere four tracks and encompassed a whopping playing time of over 87 minutes however GODSPEED was wise when revisiting similar textures and soundscapes that evoke the so-called "classic" era (since the band's last two albums haven't been quite as revered). While the "Skinny Antennas" album warranted the double discker status as it provided that WOW value for most of us who have never experienced post-rock performed at such levels, the following albums had to stand in the shadow of that powerhouse production and although i found them extremely satisfying they clearly didn't achieve the state of perfection that that 2000 release had reached.

Thankfully G_d's Pee AT STATE'S END! mined those past achievements but eschewed the ridiculously long playing time as in the last 21 years our attention spans as we music lovers have eroded and as many of us have taken on the task of not only keeping up with the contemporary world of music but also have mined the past as more and more obscurities. This official 7th album of GODSPEED features four tracks but only clocks in at a rather short (for GODSPEED) playing time of 52 minutes and 38 seconds. Everything there is to love about this band is back in full vengeance. We have those beautiful mysterious soundscapes that take eerie distorted guitar sounds with creepy violins, dark atmospheres, erratic percussion, perfectly selected field recording sounds and oddball tones and timbres from glockenspiels and radio feedback.

Led by the now post-rock gods and founding members Efrim Manuel Menuck and Mauro Pezzente, GODSPEED has been quite successful at keeping its integral sound while existing as a collective with a rotating cast of members over the years. G_d's Pee features two long tracks with ridiculously long titles and both hover around the 20-minute mark and provide the connection to the band's glorious past with lengthy journeys through sound that result in the desired outcomes. The two shorter tracks hover around the 6-minute mark and rely less on the cyclical loops and develop ominous atmospheres. The album seems to balance these aspects perfectly which results in a hella satisfying post-rock experience.

Yes GODSPEED is back and just when we needed another dose of "Skinny Antennas" styled apocalyptic post-rock that shows all those whippersnappers how this music is supposed to sound (sorry if i sound like a fanboy but i am!) In my book, GODSPEED hasn't released a single bad album with even their last two releases scoring high in my world but with G_d's Pee AT STATE'S END! this band takes things back to familiar grounds that although not exactly new offers a beautiful display of ominous guitar driven post-rock in conjunct with the chamber rock sounds that brought them to the limelight. True that this album simply regurgitates that which has been expressed before but with music this dynamic, i can't help but being blown away. While clearly missing that extra oomf from the WOW factor, GODSPEED has to stand on the strength of its own unique style that doesn't ever seem to get old for my ears. Perhaps it's because the band hasn't overplayed itself with a huge canon of similar sounding albums but i think this one is going to stand the test of time even though i've only just begun to let it sink in.

4.5 but i can't seem to round it up (yet)

 Sincčre autopsie de la finesse by [BLEU] album cover Studio Album, 2009
3.75 | 3 ratings

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Sincčre autopsie de la finesse
[bleu] Post Rock/Math rock

Review by luisM.

4 stars THE UNREVIEWED ALBUMS ADVENTURE (3/10000)

I haven't found any information about this band, so I'm going to jump straight to the songs on this album. The only thing that i know about them is that they are a Post-Rock Ambient french band

-Temps Temps Temps Temps Temps. The song that starts the album is a very happy one. Very melodic and motivating, I actually liked it. I like how there is a saxophonist in this band and song too. Very cool song, an interesting start for this album, though it can get repetitive in some parts.

-Didaskalia. This is a song where the protagonists are a chorus, it's sounds happy but at the same time it has a sad touch. Melancholic but happy. I liked it. It has a female and a male chorus, which makes a perfect combination.

-Auto-gerbés. Finally, in this song there are vocals., This song is like the previous one. Sad but happy at the same time, an interesting combination that this band can make. One of the best songs on this album in my opinion.

-Didascalus. This song has a weird and dark atmosphere with it. It's curious, the album went from happy, to sad and then scary. For me, this song is an introduction to the next big song.

-Brumeuse. This one is an 18-minute song, This song is a really ambient-based song, It has a dark scary atmosphere, epic choruses that makes us feel like we are in a civil war, and a beautiful and relaxing ending.

Honestly. I thought I was going to get bored eventually, but it was not bad at all! It was actually a pretty good album, I quite enjoyed it. This band even though it's an underground and almost unknown band it has a great production behind, and that's great and admirable. If you are a guy that is into Post-Rock Ambient and Contemporary music, you are going to enjoy this album, absolutely recommended.

 Spoor EP by .O.RANG album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 1994
3.00 | 1 ratings

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Spoor EP
.O.rang Post Rock/Math rock

Review by luisM.

— First review of this album —
3 stars THE UNREVIEWED ALBUMS ADVENTURE (2/10000)

The second album (actually an EP) of this adventure, according to Wikipedia:

.O.rang (or 'O'rang) was an English experimental music project led by former Talk Talk members Lee Harris and Paul Webb, with a shifting cast of guest musicians. .O.rang's music exhibits more culturally diverse influences than Talk Talk. Webb has commented "We used to be in a reggae band when we were younger... The Talk Talk thing was always very Westernised, and we were listening to other kinds of world music." Among other elements, the project draws on dub, Krautrock, post-rock and world fusion music.

So yeah, let's see what they have to offer:

-N'Hoojek is the first song on this album, this song has a really African-based percussion and Arabian-like vocals, it sounds like they are in a ritual making a sacrifice, hahaha. Anyways i actually liked the song, very interesting.

-Charabanc D.I.P is the second song on this album, it's an ambient based song with a lot of different instruments, it reminds me of China for some reason, an interesting song, something Pink Floyd would make.

-An Ocean Head is the next song on the album, it's a more electronic song. Very weird song I have to say, but not bad at all.

-Core is the final song on this album, and uses the same formula as Charabanc D.I.P, it's very ambient, but not bad, it has some interesting ideas when using the different instruments.

This EP uses a lot the atmosphere and the ambient to make music, which is not bad, it's actually a very good EP, not a masterpiece, but not a terrible composition. If you are into experimental music, you should hear this EP, it has interesting things to offer, and maybe you would like it.

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.O.RANG United Kingdom
[BLEU] Switzerland
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1099 Norway
12TWELVE Spain
33.3 United States
37500 YENS France
3ND Japan
417.3 Russia
52 COMMERCIAL ROAD United Kingdom
65DAYSOFSTATIC United Kingdom
A FOOL'S ERRAND Netherlands
A. ARMADA United States
ABOUT TESS Japan
ACANTILADOS Argentina
ACROSS THE WAVES Iran
ACTARUS Luxembourg
ACTIVITIES OF DUST United States
ACTUAL MUSIC QUARTET RSM Russia
ADEBISI SHANK Ireland
AERIAL Sweden
AESTHESYS Russia
AFFORMANCE Greece
AI Italy
AIMING FOR ENRIKE Norway
AIUA United States
AL SABO United States
ALARMIST Ireland
ALBINOBEACH South Africa
THE ALBUM LEAF United States
ALFHEIMR United States
ALL ANGELS GONE France
ALL INDIA RADIO Australia
ALL WILL BE QUIET Finland
ALL YOU'VE SEEN Switzerland
THE ALLSTAR PROJECT Portugal
ALPHA MALE TEA PARTY United Kingdom
ALRIGHT THE CAPTAIN United Kingdom
AM FOST LA MUNTE SI MI-A PLACUT Romania
AMBIENTE Mexico
THE AMERICAN DOLLAR United States
ANA NEVER Serbia
ANALECTA United States
ANATHEME France
ANCIENTS Multi-National
AND SO I WATCH YOU FROM AFAR United Kingdom
AND STARS COLLIDE United Kingdom
ANOICE Japan
ANTARCTIC United States
THE ANTARCTICANS United States
ANTENNAS TO HEAVEN United Kingdom
ANTETHIC Russia
ANTIER Spain
APRICOT RAIL Australia
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ARAMID United States
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ARROWAY France
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AS THE POETS AFFIRM Canada
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ATSUKO CHIBA Canada
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AXES United Kingdom
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BELEGOST United States
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GO RUN DONKEY HOT! Croatia
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IMMANU EL Sweden
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