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Post Rock/Math rock definition

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.

POST/MATH ROCK TEAM MEMBERS:
Zravkapt (Darryl)
Kelvin (LearsFool)
Audun(The Bearded Bard)
Angelmk (Angel)
The Truth (Tanner)
Austin (Horizons)
Jason (Second Life Syndrome)

Post Rock/Math rock Top Albums


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4.31 | 61 ratings
RANDOM AVENGER
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4.28 | 69 ratings
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4.29 | 45 ratings
FOR LONG TOMORROW
Toe
4.13 | 497 ratings
LIFT YOUR SKINNY FISTS LIKE ANTENNAS TO HEAVEN
Godspeed You! Black Emperor
4.13 | 501 ratings
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Sigur Rós
4.14 | 175 ratings
ENTER
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4.17 | 59 ratings
SOUNDTRACKS FOR THE BLIND
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4.07 | 372 ratings
F# A# ∞
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4.58 | 12 ratings
DREAMS THAT COME A THING (PT I) - ...NEVER THOUGHT IT MAY SEEM...
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4.20 | 41 ratings
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4.07 | 231 ratings
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4.25 | 30 ratings
BEAUTIFUL
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4.09 | 125 ratings
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4.17 | 40 ratings
PHANTASIA
Lite
4.25 | 25 ratings
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Blueneck
4.34 | 18 ratings
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ONE TIME FOR ALL TIME
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4.08 | 80 ratings
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4.04 | 129 ratings
IN A COLD EMBRACE
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Latest Post Rock/Math rock Music Reviews


 Asunder, Sweet And Other Distress by GODSPEED YOU! BLACK EMPEROR album cover Studio Album, 2015
3.74 | 90 ratings

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Asunder, Sweet And Other Distress
Godspeed You! Black Emperor Post Rock/Math rock

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

4 stars By the time the second decade of the 21st century had begun, hardcore fans of GODSPEED! YOU BLACK EMPEROR probably were under the impression that the band had released their best output and moved on to the myriad other projects they had been creating and when the band finally emerged with "Allelujah! Don't Bend! Ascend! ten years after "Yanqui U.X.O," fans may have been tempted to believe the band was finally getting a second wind and finding new inspiration however in reality that album was really just reworked from unreleased material that was churned out during the prolific era around the turn of the millennium. It wasn't until three years later in 2015 with the release of their fifth album ASUNDER, SWEET AND OTHER DISTRESS that GYBE! came up with a newly created album of original material. True that the members had been busy with their offshoot solo projects ranging from Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra, Fly Pan Am and Esmerine just to name a few so it's not like the creative forces disappeared into the ethers but rather were dissipated by outside influences. It's always great for a totally unique sounding band like GYBE! to reunite and pick up where they left off and that's exactly what they do on ASUNDER, SWEET AND OTHER DISTRESS.

Like previous albums, GYBE! continues the post-rock compositional style of creating long sprawling tracks (in this case four) that slowly unfurl out in patience testing doses and ultimately connect to create a single long album listening experience. ASUNDER also happens to be the shortest album the band had recorded to date as well and clocked in at a more normal time limit of just over forty minutes which IMHO suits the band quite well as the music is just as apocalyptic and intense as ever. "Peasantry or 'Light! Inside of Light!'" starts things off and has a distinct heavy guitar riff which distinguishes it from the more chamber rock drone type compositions of the past, but have no fear. It is simply one instrument amongst many to add an extra melodic element to the sprawling musical ant march across the great divide. The opening track begins with a heavy looped guitar riff but becomes incrementally softer and diminishes its heft as it slowly dissolves into the droning middle tracks "Lambs' Breath" and "Asunder, Sweet" which for all intents and purposes conspire to give the feel of a single behemoth track before the heavier rock sound make a reprise on the closing "Piss Crowns Are Trebled."

While it's true that at this stage there is no more wow factor with this type of apocalyptic post-rock soundtrack music as it is a good twenty years old at this point, it never fails to amaze me how good this type of music can be and despite the minimalism and test of endurance as the sounds slowly ratchet one way or another like a complex carbon-based molecule chain, GYBE! show why they are the masters of emotional manipulation as if they connected our consciousness to a transistor knob where they can simply tweak our reactions with the slightest bends of notes or the infinitely long suspension of others. As with all their music, there is a huge debt owed to the minimalism of musique concrète, impressinalism and progressive electronica from the past, but GYBE! manage to take the best features of those disparate genres and take them to a sort of post-apocalyptic world where a world like Blade Runner churns on after the utter collapse of reality as we know it.

Absolutely no one sounds like GYBE! including all the splinter bands that have emerged in their absence, so this is a style of sophisticated post-rock that i personally can't get enough of. While ASUNDER, SWEET AND OTHER DISTRESS hasn't seemed to have gotten the love that its predecessors have, there is no reason that it shouldn't as it delivers all the GYBE! goods in a fully mature fashion that adds enough twists and turns to ensure that they are not simply dog paddling in the same musical arenas time and time again. This album is excellent and an intense and satisfying return of one of the masters of horrific grandiosity and a sign that the band is still alive and kicking despite the incessant flow of its member's outside projects.

 Luciferian Towers by GODSPEED YOU! BLACK EMPEROR album cover Studio Album, 2017
4.03 | 61 ratings

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Luciferian Towers
Godspeed You! Black Emperor Post Rock/Math rock

Review by thesameoldfears

5 stars This is the album I'd been waiting for. A little backstory, shortly after the release of the last album Asunder, Sweet I saw on Youtube that they had been playing an even newer long song that really blew me away. Then I saw the band play it live in 205 and said to drummer Timothy Herzog after the show "that new song is an instant classic." That song turned out to be titled Anthem For No State, and it was worth the wait to finally hear it released.

Godspeed! didn't pull any punches with this one. There are two shorter "drone" songs, but they each keep building up rather than staying constant, so you definitely don't get bored. The long songs are really what stand out though. Bosses Hang is a great example of what you can do with just a single melody developed effectively. As the song builds, you get a series of interlocking guitars playing off each other, but the main melody comes back at the peak. Definitely feels triumphant.

Anthem For No State is one of my favorite songs right now. The intro with violin and soft guitar is one of the most beautiful passages this band has done. But as to be expected, the song builds over 14 minutes into a giant bang of a conclusion. The last 3 minutes are an absolute triumph, right up there with King Crimson's Starless as most epic ways to close an album. Very loud playing, but also great emotion and melody.

 The Assassination of Julius Caesar by ULVER album cover Studio Album, 2017
3.85 | 56 ratings

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The Assassination of Julius Caesar
Ulver Post Rock/Math rock

Review by Mellotron Storm
Prog Reviewer

4 stars In 2017 ULVER have created an 80's styled Synthpop record in the mold of DEPECHE MODE. I personally don't have any issues with this style of music being a pretty big DEPECHE MODE fan, and being in my late teens, early twenties through the first half of the eighties meant I heard a lot of this style of music. Of course this is ULVER so they mix it up a little but there are some really good songs on here. Lots of synth pads and electronics and the atmosphere is often dark. Some feel there's a vibe from their classic "Perdition City" album. Personally I prefer that live album("ATGCLVLSSCAP") they did recently to this new studio album but that's me.

"Nemoralea" is a favourite of most that have reviewed this. It doesn't make my top three and in fact I think the lead off track should have been something else. Heavy drums to start as vocals and synths join in. Some vocal melodies too on the chorus. Catchy stuff. I like the brief instrumental section 2 1/2 minutes in. Not a bad start.

"Rolling Stone" is a top three for me. Percussion and experimental sounds before a heavier beat and fuller sound takes over. Sax from guest Nik Turner arrives. A full sound after a minute. Vocals just before 2 1/2 minutes followed by the chorus with female vocals. Love the intensity around 8 1/2 minutes. Oh my! Just an insane wall of sound.

"So Falls The world" has this dark atmosphere with sparse piano then vocals and a fuller sound arrive before a minute. The chorus has such a feel good vibe to it. The focus is on the vocals here and this song is one warm and melodic piece. The tempo picks up surprisingly after 4 minutes driven by electronics and drums.

"Southern Gothic" has this experimental intro with odd sounds coming and going. Drums kick in with a full sound. So 80's sounding including the vocals that join in. One of the more commercial sounding tracks on here.

"Angelus Novus" has some beautiful atmosphere to start with spacey synths before the vocals and a more serious sound takes over. This is fairly dark but it does brighten as it plays out.

"Transverberation" has a lightweight intro I'm not into. In fact this is the most commercial sounding tune and there are vocals. It's actually not bad once it gets going.

"1969" is a top three for me. Synths and beats as the vocals join in quoting John chapter one. Female backing vocals help out and there's many references to 1969 including Rosemary's Baby, Helter Skelter, the moon landing, Let It Bleed and more. Great track!

"Coming Home" is my final top three. A spacey intro to say the least before spoken words and powerful sounds start to come and go. Interesting. It starts to pick up after a minute as he begins to sing. He's speaking the lyrics soon enough as it settles back. Electronics take the lead as the vocals step aside before 3 minutes. It picks up again though after 3 1/2 minutes. This is good. Sax joins in too with some innovative sounds. The vocals are back after 7 minutes.

This isn't for everybody clearly but in my opinion this is incredibly well done but it's not without it's flaws. A solid 4 stars regardless.

 Vixit by BATTLESTATIONS album cover Studio Album, 2017
4.32 | 8 ratings

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Vixit
Battlestations Post Rock/Math rock

Review by Mellotron Storm
Prog Reviewer

3 stars BATTLESTATIONS are a mysterious band out of Belgium who purposely keep a lot of information to themselves about the music. I'm pretty sure they are fans of Horror movies judging from the album covers of "In A Cold Embrace" and "The Extent Of Damage" and this is especially true of that video link that some got with "The Extent Of Damage". I am so not into disturbing images or videos. Anyway the music on both of those albums didn't come across as being as creepy or evil as the album covers and video would suggest.

So they really threw me a curve with this their latest album 'Vixit". The music sounds like something you'd hear in a centuries old church in Europe somewhere. We get mostly synths and orchestration(usually in the form of strings) plus real choirs. There's also some piano, percussion and maybe electronics at one point and maybe some guitar. The Latin word "Vixit" means "lived" and the Romans often used this when referring to someone who died not wanting to focus on the loss but on the fact the person did live. Of course the album cover shows a person who is clearly dead floating upwards to the sky and the music here would seem to be the soundtrack to this event. Yes this record comes across heavily as being a soundtrack album in my opinion.

The album is divided into three passages or songs ranging from the 24 minute opener to the 3 1/2 middle section to the 14 minute closer. The music sounds samey so it could easily have been one seamless piece but the divisions are there for a reason. There's so much atmosphere usually in the form of synths or strings and the choirs I swear at some points cry "Holy" over and over. This is pretty cool but maybe for me it's just me and my beliefs that when I die it will be all about light and love with no darkness to be found.

I have played this many times and it's just not appealing to me at all even though I think it should. Two reviewers on here who I respect gave it 5 stars but I can't even give it 4 stars as I really have no desire to spin this again. I was glad of course to hear this and this new direction they have taken. Clearly I'm in the minority looking around the internet at some other reviews. Check it out!

 Stories by SOUNDS LIKE THE END OF THE WORLD album cover Studio Album, 2017
3.02 | 4 ratings

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Stories
Sounds Like The End Of The World Post Rock/Math rock

Review by Windhawk
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

3 stars Polish band SOUNDS LIKE THE END OF THE WORLD was formed in 2012. and released a first initial EP one year later, and their full length debut album followed in 2014. Three years and some line-up alterations later they return with their second album "Stories", which was released through German label Progressive Promotion Records in the spring of 2017.

Sounds Like the End of the World doesn't really live up to their band name in my view, but their take on post-rock is one that use a few more twisted and noise-flavored guitar details than many other bands of the same kind I've encountered. Fairly typical post-rock, but with a wilder, rougher expression as something of a defining trait. An album that merits a check by post-rock fans that finds such a description alluring.

 Stranded Under Endless Sky by HAMMOCK album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 2005
3.44 | 6 ratings

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Stranded Under Endless Sky
Hammock Post Rock/Math rock

Review by memowakeman
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

3 stars A glimpse of calm passages.

The music of Hammock has entered in my life in the last couple of years, its multi-layered music offers calm and even mental healing if you are having a difficult moment, so their music could be a very good friend of your ears and soul. The duo released their first EP back in 2005, four very nice songs that might be labelled as post-rock, ambient music, or even new age for the purists; making a total time of 25 worth listening minutes.

"Stranded Under Endless Sky" is the title track and the opener. Here you will be enchanted by its beautiful 5 minutes, you just have to close the eyes, feel comfortable and send your stress away. "Birds Flying in Sequence" is a very visual track, if you are in the correct mood, I bet you will create lots of passages in your mind, so maybe a history can be told within these 8 minutes of peace and tranquility.

"Always Wishing You Were Somewhere Else" is short but with so many colors and textures, a nice vivid trip to self-conciousness. Finally, "An Empty Field" give us almost ten minutes of a great introspective journey, where the sounds flow as well as the mind's pictures. Although it might have the same style all the time, this EP is not plain at all, but you must be open to receive its nuances and let yourself be embraced by its charm.

This is not the best introduction to Hammock's music, but you might give it a spin and enjoy the calm.

 The Harp Factory On Lake Street  by GASTR DEL SOL album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 1995
1.09 | 3 ratings

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The Harp Factory On Lake Street
Gastr del Sol Post Rock/Math rock

Review by memowakeman
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

1 stars Ten years have passed since the last Gastr del Sol review was posted in this site. Maybe the name still is unknown to so many people and only recognized within the post-rock realm, maybe it is because the project vanished almost twenty years ago, but well, it is important to know Jim O'rourke participated here. The music of this project has a blend of post-rock, electronic and experimental music. If you are going to listen to them, please go and dig their Upgrade & Afterlife or the Camofleur albums.

But most important, please avoid listening to this EP. I did it because I found it with a bargain price so I didn't hesitate and bought it, however, the few times I've tried to dig it I've finished with a "wtf" as reaction. Maybe I am not that experimental, I don't know, but the 17 minutes of THE HARP FACTORY ON LAKE STREET are senseless and worthless. There are so many pauses, a forgettable use of synth that works as background and an strange use of brass instruments, all lead to nowhere, there are no paths to follow so you can lose the interest in any moment.

It's been a long time since I published my last 1-star review. Unfortunately, this EP deserves it.

 Vixit by BATTLESTATIONS album cover Studio Album, 2017
4.32 | 8 ratings

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Vixit
Battlestations Post Rock/Math rock

Review by BrufordFreak
Collaborator Jazz-Rock / Fusion / Canterbury Team

5 stars These guys have come so far! From the almost-cheezy computer sounds and mis-timed instrumental performances of their flawed (but brilliant) debut, In a Cold Embrance, in 2012, the band has developed a stronghold in cinematic music-making far beyond anyone that I know of who is not doing film or television scores. Seriously, this may be the best "score"-that's-not-a-score or liturgical-piece-that's-not-meant-for-church (or maybe it is meant for church--a requiem or elegy) that I've ever heard. Period. James Newton Howard, Howard Shore, Hans Zimmer, Ennio Morricone, John Williams, James Horner, Rachel Portman, Danny Elfman, Alexandre Desplat have got nothing on these guys. Don't know if you still want to consider this prog since there are no drums or seering electric guitars, but it is definitely musical perfection, musical

1. "Vixit I" (24:02) As majestic and beautiful as the most beautiful Beethoven, Górecki, or Samuel Barber work. Broad washes of slowly moving strings with big choral sounds make this truly a spiritually moving experience. (10/10)

2. "Vixit II (3:21) piano, sparse, distant synth sounds, occasional noise from some kind of unidentified stringed instrument (the same one used in the first song of their debut album, "Prologue: Nature Morte / You're Not Welcome Here"), floating, panning synth washes. This must be Heaven. (9.5/10)

3. "Vixit III" (14:05) opens with the most electronica sounding passages on the album: panning synth, poppy voice choir, Mellotron and other synth washes, Very New Age-like--though the synths in the sixth and seventh minute sound like I'm YES heaven (the end section of "Awaken"). Love the return to old themes at 7:20! And then church choir rejoins with a FOCUS (Tommy Barlage) "Tommy" melody until the eleventh minute when it shifts dominant notes with the strings, bass, and tuned percussives giving it a little The Gathering If_then_else feel and sound to it. The final vocal section has an individual-sounding female alto voice carrying the lead--though this is still heavily mixed within the thick syrupy walls of synthesized sounds. This one is far more nostalgic and segmented yet it flows as well as any symphonic piece. (9.5/10)

Five stars; a shining masterpiece of progressive electronic music.

 Omniscience by SWANS album cover Live, 1992
4.05 | 3 ratings

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Omniscience
Swans Post Rock/Math rock

Review by Warthur
Prog Reviewer

4 stars The most melodic and accessible phase of Swans' discography came to a close with Omniscience, and whilst White Light From the Mouth of Infinity and Love of Life have seen recent reissues it seems like Omniscience must stay out in the cold a little longer. That's a shame, because whilst I wouldn't call it essential Swans, it's an intriguing live journey into a musical realm that is suggested in part by those studio albums and the Burning World, and in part by the various Skin/World of Skin side project albums, ant yet not quite reached by any of them - a piece of the puzzle which stands by itself and has its own contribution to make.
 The Glowing Man by SWANS album cover Studio Album, 2016
3.86 | 61 ratings

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The Glowing Man
Swans Post Rock/Math rock

Review by Warthur
Prog Reviewer

4 stars A solid followup to To Be Kind, and a substantial improvement on it. Swans' post-rock sound here remains strongly influenced by other artists in this realm - substantial sections of The Cloud of Unknowing in particular make me think of this incarnation of the group as Godspeed You Black Swans! - but the musical twists and turns into other styles feel better judged and the material is less padded out. At points they go to places you never expected to visit with Swans; in particular, at one point The World Looks Red/The World Looks Back shifts gears and starts sounding booty- shakingly funky, but it somehow works within the wider context of the composition.
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[BLEU] Switzerland
100 ONCES United States
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 SHELTER IN THE DESERT Mexico
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
AIMING FOR ENRIKE Norway
AIUA United States
AL SABO United States
ALBINOBEACH South Africa
THE ALBUM LEAF United States
ALFHEIMR United States
ALL ANGELS GONE France
ALL WILL BE QUIET Finland
ALL YOU'VE SEEN Switzerland
THE ALLSTAR PROJECT Portugal
ALRIGHT THE CAPTAIN United Kingdom
AMBIENTE Mexico
THE AMERICAN DOLLAR United States
AN ORDINARY VISION Italy
ANA NEVER Serbia
ANALECTA United States
ANATHEME France
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
THE ANTONI TASHEV PROJECT Bulgaria
APRICOT RAIL Australia
APRIL RAIN Russia
ARBOR LIGHTS United Kingdom
ARCTIC PLATEAU Italy
ARROWAY France
ART.FICIAL Brazil
AS THE POETS AFFIRM Canada
THE ASCENT OF EVEREST United States
ASTRO SONIC Norway
ATTILION Indonesia
AUDREY FALL Latvia
AUSTIN TV Mexico
AUTO!AUTOMATIC!! United States
AUTOMASSAGE Slovenia
AUTUMN MOONLIGHT Argentina
THE AUTUMN PROJECT United States
BAFFODORO Italy
BALMORHEA United States
THE BALTIC SEA United States
BANGLADEAFY United States
BARK PSYCHOSIS United Kingdom
BATTLES United States
BATTLESTATIONS Belgium
BEAST PLEASE BE STILL United States
BEATEN BY THEM Multi-National
BECAUSE OF GHOSTS Australia
BELEGOST United States
BELL ORCHESTRE Canada
BELOW THE SEA Canada
BELYE FLAGI ZAZHIGAYTE MEDLENNO Russia
BESIDES Poland
BETRAYAL AT BESPIN Finland
BEWARE OF SAFETY United States
BEYOND FREQUENCY Brazil
LA BIBLIOTECA DESERTA Italy
BILL IN THE TEA Italy
BILLY MAHONIE United Kingdom
BLACK FOREST/BLACK SEA United States
BLACKPAPERPLANES Belarus
BLUEBRIDGE QUARTET Sweden
BLUENECK United Kingdom
THE BODY LOVERS United States
BOSCH'S WITH YOU Russia
BOXHEAD ENSEMBLE United States
BRAINBOW United States
BRASS KNUCKLE SURFER United States
BREADWINNER United States
BRONTIDE United Kingdom
BRONZE FAWN United States
THE BRONZED CHORUS United States
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BULLETS IN MADISON United States
THE BURNING SEA Australia
BY THE END OF TONIGHT United States
C Czech Republic
C'EST MORTEL United States
THE CALM BLUE SEA United States
CANYONSOFSTATIC United States
CARLOS DANGER United States
CARNENERA Italy
CARTA United States
CARTOGRAPHER Netherlands
CASPIAN United States
CAUDAL Germany
CAVES OF STEEL Norway
CECILIA::EYES Belgium
CELESTIAL WOLVES Belgium
CHARTS AND MAPS United States
CHEVAL DE FRISE France
CHICAGO ODENSE ENSEMBLE Multi-National
CHON United States
CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE United States
IL CIELO DI BAGDAD Italy
CINEMATIQUE Austria
CINEMECHANICA United States
CLEAN OF CORE Japan
CLESSIDRA Italy
CLEVER GIRL United States
CLOUD ARCHIVE United States
COALA PASCAL Ukraine
CODES IN THE CLOUDS United Kingdom
COLLAPSE UNDER THE EMPIRE Germany
CONCENTRIC United States
THE CONQUERING LIGHT OF FLORA AND FAUNA Denmark
COPTIC LIGHT United States
CROMBIE United Kingdom
CUE United States
CUL DE SAC United States
DATURAH Germany
DAY FOR AIRSTRIKES United Kingdom
DAYCAST United States
THE DEAD SEA Australia
DEADFILE Greece
DEADHORSE United States
DEL REY United States
DESERTSHORE United States
DETWIIJE United Kingdom
DEXTRO United Kingdom
DIANOGAH United States
DICK HUDSON Italy
DIETRICH Argentina
DIRTY THREE Australia
DISCO INFERNO United Kingdom
DISPOSITIVOPERILANCIOBLIQUODIUNASFERETTA Italy
DO MAKE SAY THINK Canada
DON CABALLERO United States
DON'T LOOK BACK France
DON'T MESS WITH TEXAS Croatia
DORENA Sweden
DRESDA Italy
DROP ELECTRIC United States
EASTSTRIKEWEST United Kingdom
EAT THE SUN United States
EATEN BY TIGERS United Kingdom
THE ECHELON EFFECT United Kingdom
ECHOES AND SIGNALS Russia
EDGAR (ANIMO) Belgium
EF Sweden
EFRIM MANUEL MENUCK Canada
EFTERKLANG Denmark
EIMOG Italy
EKSI EKSO United States
EL RUPE Portugal
ELLIS THE VACUUMCHILD Sweden
ELOHYMN United Kingdom
EMPHASIS Croatia
EMPTY SILOS ECHO WAR United States
EN PLEIN AIR Italy
ENABLERS United States
ENGRAMA ([ENGRAMA]) Multi-National
ENVY Japan
EPIGRAM Canada
EQUUS Switzerland
EROICA United States
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