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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.

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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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 This Is Our Punk-Rock, Thee Rusted Satellites Gather + Sing by SILVER MT. ZION, A album cover Studio Album, 2003
3.30 | 52 ratings

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This Is Our Punk-Rock, Thee Rusted Satellites Gather + Sing
A Silver Mt. Zion Post Rock/Math rock

Review by siLLy puPPy
Special Collaborator PSIKE, JRF/Canterbury, P Metal, Eclectic

4 stars Having taken his side project from Godspeed You! Black Emperor from a one off tribute to his dog Wanda to a veritable second career, Efrim Menuck found a new way to express his post-rock fantasies in the ever changing band that featured not only new members and new sounds but also a new name! On the third album the band that started out as A SILVER MT ZION had expanded into the mind boggling THE SILVER MT ZION MEMORIAL ORCHESTRA & TRA-LA-LA BAND WITH CHOIR and if that wasn't a mouthful enough the title of the album, "THIS IS OUR PUNK-ROCK," TEE RUSTED SATELLITES GATHER + SING must take the record as one of the longest band name / album title combos in the history of recorded music.

THIS IS OUR PUNK ROCK takes the spectacle of SILVER MT ZION even deeper into extreme excess with an addition of Thee Rusted Satellite Choir which adds as well as the already expansive chamber folk backing that joined Menuck on "Born Into Trouble as the Sparks Fly Upward." And with four tracks that add up to almost 58 minutes of playing, what the ZION clan delivers this time around is another slice of cerebral slow burners dominated by lugubrious cyclical riffs that showcase the incremental tension that builds up to thundering crescendoes. Very much in the vein of Godspeed however Menuck intentionally steered his new project well away from any similarities other than the genre and captured the spirit of a 20th century classical orchestra that excels at multi-layered simplicity guaranteed to test the listener's patience.

With a much greater emphasis on vocals on THIS IS OUR PUNK ROCK, Menuck delivers his usual gruff singing style only accompanied by an amazing harmonic backing. The results give a larger than life presentation that takes the entire band project to new heights and while the musical flow is based upon simple repetitive melodic clusters, the ratcheting up effect and change of tones, timbres and dynamics are taken to post-rock's most outrageous logical conclusions with slow oozing chamber folk segments transmogrifying at glacial speeds into heavy fuzz guitar dominated noise-fest with percussion thundering that teeter on total chaos. And the best part is that once again Menuck delivers an album that sounds completely distinct from the one that came before through strong compositions and attention paid to every little detail.

Post-rock can really be one of the most difficult music sections in the modern world not because it's super complex like the knottiest prog albums of the past but rather because it demands a total focus on the minutia in order to fully comprehend its full magnitude. Menuck has proven his genius through a consistent flow of Godspeed and MT ZION albums that bedazzle and amaze in completely new ways and this third album continues that trend with four strong tracks that keep the initiated enthralled for its entire playing time. While i always find Menuck's vocals to be the weakest link in his otherwise flawless creative control, they never detract enough to keep me from loving his brilliance and on this third release he ratchets up the fire power of SILVER MT ZION several notches. Another brilliant release that doesn't end here.

 Eraser by LONG DISTANCE CALLING album cover Studio Album, 2022
4.15 | 25 ratings

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Eraser
Long Distance Calling Post Rock/Math rock

Review by Mellotron Storm
Prog Reviewer

5 stars 4.5 stars. LONG DISTANCE CALLING out of Germany have been pretty consistent at releasing a new album every 2 years and this is their latest "Erasure" from 2022. I first became aware of them when I heard that Jonas the KATATONIA singer was featured on one of their songs on "Avoid The Light" from 2009 their second release. I bought it the year it came out and became a huge fan. The next one which is self titled and from 2011 is just as good if not better. Later I went back and got the debut as well as "Trips" but both disappointed me. So it wasn't a given to pick this one up but man I'm glad I did.

This is an instrumental concept album about endangered species. A powerful and at times emotional album. We get the short intro track "Enter: Death Box" which is a sad intro for the next seven track with piano leading the way. Each track that follows is about a different endangered species and in the liner notes it details where each one lives and approximately how many are still in existence, how endangered they are and the habitat they live in. The final track is about humans and of course we are far from endangered and with over 8 billion or so of us we are just about everywhere on this planet.

A four piece of dual guitars, bass and drums these guys can play and I have always been attracted to their sound. They have brought in some guests to add piano, trombone, trumpet, cello, violin and lastly sax from SHINING's leader Jorgen Munkeby. "Blades" is about the Black Rhinoceros and is powerful and heavy right out of the gate. One guitar solos the other offers expressions. They don't let up on the throttle much on this one. "Kamilah" is about the Eastern Gorilla and while this isn't as heavy as the previous track it sounds amazing with the steady bass and drums while the guitarists do their thing.

"500 Years" is about the Greenland Shark and it's haunting to start out lots of atmosphere, quite dark then we get hit with a heavy and slow rhythm. I like the riffs later on. "Sloth" about the Pygmy Three-Toed Sloth has a different vibe with the sax and piano. And there is emotion late on this one for me. "Giants Leaving" is about the Wandering Albatross and it hits the ground running. Uptempo and on fire before setting back with post rock guitars.

"Blood Honey" is the longest at over 10 minutes and about the Long- Horned Bee. Just a great sounding rhythm here and post rock guitars. An interesting section around 3 1/2 minutes, quite inventive with the drums and guitars. I like the calm too around 5 1/2 minutes where percussion and bass stand alone but not for long. "Landless King" is about the Tiger and is one of my favourites. The cycling guitar, the atmospheric calm, the build and after 5 minutes were away, so good. "Erasure" is us, the humans. Far from being endangered of course and this is a killer closer at over 9 minutes. It ends sadly with strings which seems appropriate.

This makes a nice top three for me when to comes to this band. This fits in nicely with "Avoid The Light" and the self titled one. Bumping this one up.

 Cold Waves Divide Us by MIDAS FALL album cover Studio Album, 2024
3.93 | 6 ratings

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Cold Waves Divide Us
Midas Fall Post Rock/Math rock

Review by KansasForEver2

4 stars It took almost six years for the Scottish female duo MIDAS FALL to follow up the excellent "Evaporate" reviewed at the time on profilprog. com by the no less excellent Gérald HAWEY! A duo which became a trio for the new album "Cold Waves Divide Us" with the inclusion of Michael HAMILTON, a multi-instrumentalist like the two girls, this is also the fifth disc of MIDAS FALL.

Summarizing and fitting MIDAS FALL somewhere is relatively complicated, their music is a mixture of alternative rock, progressive rock and post rock, I would personally classify them as climatic rock in that there are calm passages and others on the contrary very rock, very energetic, the title track is therefore very representative of what I have just written. It is sometimes said that the voice is an instrument in its own right, that is exactly what happens here with the vocals of Elizabeth HEATON. Female vocals are an element that must be taken into account in the originality of their music.

The opening track "In the Morning We'll Be Someone Else" begins gently on the piano before the guitars appear tense and nervous, it's moving to say the least, a little Siouxsie side very present on the elegiac vocals of Elizabeth HEATON (9/10)."I Am Wrong" starts with tribal drums, the rhythm here taking precedence over the other instruments, it's almost post rock metal, here again it effectively cleans up the eardrums (8/10).The third track "Salt" is calmer at the beginning (fortunately in a certain way), this time it's ambient post rock wave, a tense atmosphere once again (8/10 ) from ECHO AND THE BUNNYMEN with MIDAS FALL sauce! "In This Avalanche" delicate piano at the opening, Elizabeth's diaphanous voice, superb strings, deep and cottony at the same time, the first soft track of the album (8/10). Change of register with "Point of Diminishing Return", a powerful electronic whirlwind, reminiscent of Thomas DOLBY or even Gary NUMAN and his metropolitan army, all in supercharged mode, my favorite piece on the entire disc ( 10/10).

"Monsters" which comes next, is the second calm track, magnificent high-pitched voice, lots of strings here again, high class melodic post rock which accelerates gradually, a cross between THE CURE and ECHO AND THE BUNNYMEN (already mentioned), the cream of the British new wave of the eighties with the sound of 2024 (9/10). "Atrophy" is probably the most ionesque of the pieces, where the vocal phrasing of Elizabeth HEATON joins that of Joanna HOGG, pleasant but one of the least exciting on the record for my taste (7/10). The title track which follows, the longest of the album, close to six minutes, engages in the same channel, ethereal vocals in a dreamy mist which soar well beyond from 1:24, evanescent without pun intended, the trills of six strings, mainly from Rowan BURN, burst out, even splashing on a mid tempo sprinkled with strings (them again) and percussions of real inventiveness, the second pearl of the work (10/10).

The last two tracks "Little Wooden Boxes" first of all, a calm, sweet singing, before the rise in tension of the guitar from 1:11 with vocals that rise higher, percussive handclaps, a climatic mid tempo, a bit like the whole album, which gets energized at 3:40 to close with powerful guitars, a wall of sounds (8/10). Finally the last one "Mute" is excellent in the melodic post rock genre, too short in my opinion, the listener is never satisfied (!), the unbridled synthesizers and the demonic percussions do tons to delight our ears (8/10).

MIDAS FALL, a revelation for me, it's never too late to catch up, I will nevertheless listen carefully to their previous productions.

 Evaporate by MIDAS FALL album cover Studio Album, 2018
4.71 | 12 ratings

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Evaporate
Midas Fall Post Rock/Math rock

Review by tszirmay
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

5 stars Not really knowledgeable in a particular style means nothing when there so much blurred demarcation lines between prog genres anyway. Case in point, this remarkable album by this Scottish trio, which I landed upon by sheer good fortune and, as it can occasionally happen, bowling me away completely like a rolling strike right down the alley, pins flying, taking toll. The track list feels like an endlessly radiant suite, each piece blending with the previous challenge, opening eyes and ears with refined infusion.

Being a total pushover for dense atmospheres and a celestial voice, the very first seconds of "Bruise Pusher" nailed me to a proverbial cross of infinite salvation, as the tingling harp line intermingles with dense guitar swaths, walls of orchestrated string and a female vocalist by the name of Elizabeth Heaton that radiates both delicate power and shimmering beauty. The title track veers to a more electronic realm, with brooding, almost sinister bass tremors, the plaintive emanations from her sorrowful voice hitting hard and most of all, a constantly hopeful piano twinkle that serves to raise the spirit. The orchestrations again rule the waves, as the vaporizing water flood the ears. "Soveraine" segues perfectly into a heartfelt chant, each note expressive and meaningful in its fragility, guided along by the layered cello, as well as echoing guitar arpeggios, and a sense of eternity that just grabs at the senses. Imagine a proggier version of Portishead, Beth Gibbons was after all, one of the finest singers in music. This impression is most evident on the immensely seductive "Glue", featuring a magnificent performance all around, what with the electronic pace, the symmetric guitar rasps and that serpentine swirl of a siren sitting atop a rocky crag, beckoning the sailors to meet their fate. The denouement is just plain sublime. An exhausted piano serenely searches for a new avenue of expression, even more sedate than the previous commotion, "Sword to Shield" showcases a more orchestral chamber quartet feel that provides excruciating beauty to the arrangement, kneeling at the shrine of forceful emotional rapture and acceptance. Here again, the pained buildup of "Dust and Bone" emits an overt sense of vulnerability, hesitantly bold in a rather odd way, as exemplified by the percussive percolations of Ross Cochran-Brash's kit. This gem is followed ideally by a swooning voice that glimmers in the twilight, "Awake" suggesting that gentle rekindling of awareness that initiates every day, the consciousness of breath and senses. A pastoral deflection on the originally bright "In Sunny Landscapes", a peeling off layers of resistance, reflective in the mood variations and the basic simplicity of the arrangement, the heavenly voice firmly ingrained, the sweet orchestrations ruffling no feathers, and a perfect landing finale. As if wishing to define the notion of contrast, the cottony mist of "Lapsing" is like witnessing a solo piano dirge that slowly escalates out of its two-note torpor, a dripping cello expressing deep felt emotions and a bass furrow opting for even more undertow gloom, this tremendous piece is where the darker side resides. Somber, ghostly, and utter melancholy. Would you be at all surprised if the final track is the apotheosis of this album, fittingly encapsulating all the qualities that make this a sensational discovery? "Howling at the Clouds" is the stamp on your sonic passport, proving that you have entered the realm of the divine. After the childlike piano intro, the zither has its say, the reverberating drums echoing off the walls, trembling guitars that seem to shriek and bellow, setting the table for the vocalized mournful story, eventually stormed by the onsetting winds of despondence, scattering the clouds in all directions. A magnificent silence it all.

This was an overwhelming experience the first time I heard it and now, ten times in, it just keeps revealing itself to me as a prized masterpiece.

5 dehydrations

 nihsahshsaH by HASHSHASHIN album cover Studio Album, 2016
4.00 | 4 ratings

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nihsahshsaH
Hashshashin Post Rock/Math rock

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

4 stars Drastically positive and aggressive. Exactly via their 'controversial' debut album, we can hear lots of "meditative eastern sounds blended with drone, prog and psychedelia" according to their words. Also through the sleeve of their debut opus, their massive orientalism and ethnicity (maybe from the northern faraway nations) are active and vivacious all around. We the audience cannot help feeling something like their longing or admiration for Oriental musical culture and courtesy, and it's mysterious I (a Japanese) feel quite natural in their orientalische soundscape. That means, HASHSHASHIN's highly-qualified creation and highly-potentialized creativity should notify us that they play in a pretty natural manner.

Especially in the second track "The Ascetic" we can be beaten by complicated polyrhythmic beats produced by Evan's drumming and Cameron's bass playing. The melody lines are also quirky and edgy regardless of repetitive psychedelic phrases but clearly make full use of ethnic appearances. Their vibes make an invasion into our inner mind so swiftly and drench us in such a muddy atmosphere at one stroke. It's excellent that complex melodic / rhythmic structures do not break nor dissect the mainstream of this song. Battles of drums and guitars in the following track "Immoration" are splendid too. Their sound unification is perfectly solid, precise and unwavering. We cannot help but be surprised at their productivity. On the contrary, the first shot "Prostration" sounds much more meditative and psychic than other ones. Three-minute meditation should be appropriate for our preparation to authentic heavy shoegaze-y psychedelia.

My favourite is "Disintegration" that gets started with a magical tribal chorus (or chant?), followed by deeply sticky sound venoms just like Dark Buddha Rising. Quite impressive and immersive we can notice as if our mindset would collapse and melt down to the ground. Kinda short track gives us colourful kaleidoscopic hallucinations. On the other hand the previous (and the longest) one "Levitation" gives us a powerful diversity veiled in depressive dissonance. We enjoy speedy distortions, quiet psychic fantasies, and funky punksy movements simultaneously in the song. What a gorgeous one. Another smooth straight bomb can be attached in "Derge", filled with a post-metallic atmosphere. This song might be the most straightforward one in the opus, I guess. Such purity is good too. The last "Rebirth" is a sort of problematic one (in a fantastic sense) ... the latter phase is full of Lachlan's fuzzy guitar grandeur and creepy whispers just like the end of a human life. This contrast drives us into madness again.

Recommended for fans of post-rock ethnicity and eternity.

 Kyul by DONGYANG GOZUPA album cover Studio Album, 2022
4.00 | 2 ratings

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Kyul
Dongyang Gozupa Post Rock/Math rock

Review by octopus-4
Special Collaborator RIO/Avant/Zeuhl,Neo & Post/Math Teams

4 stars After having listened very much to the very prolific Russian multi-instrumentist SENMUTH, I wasn't expecting to find something sounding similar to him. The similarity is mainly in the rhythmic part and in the chord progressions. Of course, Senmuth plays a lot of ethnic instruments, but I'm not sure about the Korean Dulcimer that Yun plays excellently. I have no idea of the kind of skill neded to play it, but I have the impression of a virtuoso.

Similarity in the kind of sensations and mental images that their music is able to raise. Despite being from the far East, it's only on track #5 "Rust" that we can hear something clearly oriental, and it's a beautiful track. Repetitive but not obsessing, melancholic but not dark on which the fretless bass enters unexpected and takes the lead for few bars before giving the stage back to the dulcimer.

This track would be enough to make this album a good purchase, but the whole album is extremely enjoyable, moving from dark ambient to newagey oriental flavors. The musicianship of this trio is remarkable. Drums and sometimes percussion create a perfect background on which bass and dulcimer take the lead.

The absence of guitars and keyboards is not perceivable. When some distortion is needed it's the bass that works as an electric guitar.

The production is very clean, and for this kind of music a clear production is a must. I think it could be used to test ampli and speakers by audiophiles.

I want to mention track #8 "Hide and Seek". even if it has a fast and strong rhithm, it makes me think to Vangelis with the chord progression, with the addition of a very fast dulcimer playing. It's incredible the way it sounds "full" even without a keyboard background.

A 4 stars album from a highly skilled trio.

 Young Mountain by THIS WILL DESTROY YOU album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 2006
4.13 | 26 ratings

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Young Mountain
This Will Destroy You Post Rock/Math rock

Review by Boi_da_boi_124

4 stars Review #167!

While this EP isn't post-rock's most brilliant or experimental or innovative, it is beautiful and should not be underestimated. This is Young Mountain, California-based This Will Destroy You's debut EP(even though it clocks in at 36 minutes), and it is great. It is aptly titled, since the band was still maturing as they made this, but all the same, it is a peak in their discography. Characterized by soft, yet complex melodies centered around guitars and drums, this proves a fitting and enjoyable album for almost all lovers of post-rock. It soars through genres, from Prog Electronic, to Math Rock, to Noise. It is powerful, enjoyable, and worth the listen. Prog on.

 Water, It Feels Like It's Growing by ATSUKO CHIBA album cover Studio Album, 2023
3.86 | 29 ratings

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Water, It Feels Like It's Growing
Atsuko Chiba Post Rock/Math rock

Review by BrufordFreak
Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

4 stars From Montreal, Québec, this is the band's third full-length studio album release since 2012 and ninth including singles and EPs.

1. "Sunbath" (6:31) sounds like heavy, plodding psychedelia to me! Then, surprise! Strings take over in the third minute's "psychotic break" /interlude. Instrumental break out at 3:00 with full Mellotron support and multiple guitars strumming away with their thick, heavy, psychedelic power chords; sounds a bit like one of their big influences, THE MARS VOLTA. Great vocal shift at 5:20! Good start! (8.875/10)

2. "So Much For" (6:36)sounds very much like something from one of 2022's KING GIZZARD & THE LIZARD WIZARD songs--even down to the cheery hip-drug culture lyrics--but then the chorus is almost closer to the BEASTIE BOYS! But the jamming session that it turns into for the second half (with horns) returns to a KG&LW sound and style. Nice song, I just wish it were a little more organized and flowing. (8.667/10)

3. "Shook" (I'm Often) (4:44) quite dull and monotonous. Not even sure how to describe this music except insidious and repetitive. (8.33/10)

4. "Seeds" (7:45) I LOVE the droning infinity guitar throughout. And the Kevin Richard Parker (TAME IMPALA) voice and effect for singer David Palumbo. Also, the sound palette reminds me of Boston's GHOSTS OF JUPITER. By far the best and my favorite song on the album. (14.25/15)

5. "Link" (2:40) sounds like a cover of a CLASH song! Or else one of MOTORPSYCHO's. (8.5/10)

6. "Water, It Feels Like It's Growing" (7:45) interesting stylistic synthesis turns out to be most similar to heroin-filtered THE MARS VOLTA music. I do like the band's experimentalism with strings, horns, and layers of synths and effects. (13.25/15)

Total Time 36:01

B+/four stars; an excellent addition to any prog lover's music collection--especially if you like modern stoner rock.

 Grieghallen 20180528 by ULVER album cover Live, 2023
4.05 | 2 ratings

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Grieghallen 20180528
Ulver Post Rock/Math rock

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

4 stars Good to know their heaviness and rockability back to themselves. The previous studio-based work "Scary Muzak" possesses "dreamy but scary muzakish electronika" but this live album, on the contrary to that, is filled with a slightly post-y but fully heavy-crossover atmosphere that we can easily get familiar with (except the epilogue "Coming Home"). Guess it would have been better for the audience to accept their soundscape especially on stage in a natural and smooth manner, and even if this soundscape was launched 5 or 6 years ago, it is worthy for ULVER to release such a heavy live material as an official album. And the live performance was held just after one of their landmark albums "The Assassination Of Julius Caesar" and an ep "Sic Transit Gloria Mundi" were out in 2017. "Grieghallen 20180528" symbolizes they should cherish and treasure their creativity in those days. Sounds pretty fantastic and pleasant for us.

Anyway "Grieghallen 20180528" consists of the songs in the two albums mentioned above, but their performances on the stage sound more qualified and straightforward than the two underlying creations. No dissonant effect nor quirky processing is needed in a venue but a sense of unity or affinity developed between performers and the audience should be important and essential. From the prologue "Nemoralia", we can feel such a rigid solidarity amongst their sound launches featuring fundamental rock instrumentals and additional synthesizers or electronics. The epilogue "Coming Home", much longer than the original one, is drenched in drastic post-rock, psychedelic texture, improvisational shoegaze-y development, melodic rhythmic flexibility, and especially infatuation around the audience. Cannot help listening carefully to the serious movement until the end of the track. We will be immersed in their real rock performance in 2018, for sure.

 Horros by VIRTA album cover Studio Album, 2023
4.95 | 2 ratings

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Horros
Virta Post Rock/Math rock

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

5 stars Just as expected. "Horros" was released as the third full-length album by a Finnish post-rock commune VIRTA. Already their musical talent was explosively blossomed just as their second album "Hurmos" launched in 2016 and we 'VIRTAnians' have looked forward to their next gem for about 7 years. Our expectations have risen up when their new single "Turmoli" was out in early 2023 (please refer to my humble review of the single), and finally in the autumn of the same year, our dream came true. Like some authentic Finnish post-rock combos, they greatly mix psychedelic basements with dark, inorganic electronic aromas and sorta sharp-edged (but heartwarming) anarchism. The previous opus is produced with a perfect blend of sounds, so it's natural for us to get driven mad by their latest one. The first air bomb "Aelita" tells us all mentioned above.

Quite appropriate for the prologue of this album is "Aelita", that features electronic quietness, complicated percussive rhythm innovations, solemn echoic chorus, and smooth enthusiastic saxophone solos. The instrumental combinations always call majestic surrealistic landscapes through our inner mind. The very last depressive sound vaporization is also dreamy. In "Tunneli" fantastic and addictive is every dissonant guitar-oriented sound miracle as well. Simple but energetic constructions of melody lines, and psychic mindful atmospheres are vivid and vivacious too. The following "Sola" reminds us of some similar veins to oriental tribalism via saxophone and percussion sounds. Electronicity beneath the song, enough for their own style, makes us feel something immersive to their experimentalism. Such an experimental creativity can be heard through the fourth track "Millennium" consisting of speedy rhythmical percussion attacks and saxophone-based passions. Pretty interesting are spoken words like 'an announcement in a Japanese train' in the middle part. The melody lines are not only complex nor fickle but also delicate and comfortable.

Another flowering, birds chirping and children laughing. In "Toukokuu" (May in English) lots of sound effects are effective around percussive enjoyments and talkative electric guitar playings. A short but fruitful one really. And guess they would say the blue sky is pretty deep and bright, and especially good for our overworked eyes in the next "Sininen". Repetitive melodic baselines express the magnificent blue sky is enormous and limitless all over. Without any breathing, "Tuuli Nousee" blows cool clean winds along with fresh keyboard streams, strictly precise but mysteriously humane percussion taps, melty guitar kisses, and slightly blunt saxophone tips. Sound faintness in the last scene is mystic too. On the other hand, "Karhu" is another mystery. Just like a pop candy, it makes our mouth sweet and happy. Such catchy, acceptable phrases in the former part of "Karhu", unsuitable for their musical style, can be heard via e.g. Japanese traditional folk music or so, but the middle occasion explodes massive postrock kicks. The epilogue "Aamu", that gets started with psychedelic repetitive phrases like Tubular Bells, should demonstrate true, serious values combined with vague electronicity, lingering chorus and synthesizer sounds, dramatic percussion, and totally crossover sound motivations.

Again let me say, bravo just as expected. Why cannot we call this kinda "appassionato"?

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