music pahc might like thread 22 replies, 27418 views

brenoritvrezorkre
11/23/2010 1:18:00 PM
in this thread, post some music you think other users may enjoy:

i'll go first -- i've been digging this a lot lately. the band's part chimp, album is called thriller. sounds like torche, but noisier and better in my opinion. very loud album that mixes sludge with noise rock and has a real groove to it as well.



click here for link
cbrickhouse
11/23/2010 1:19:00 PM
if you know any particular user is into a certain type of music and you've heard something similar recently, drop that too
Walktheblock
11/23/2010 1:21:00 PM
Checking out because of the album art alone.
brenoritvrezorkre
11/23/2010 2:50:00 PM
hump
-Jeremy-
11/23/2010 2:54:00 PM
I haven't been listening to enough new shit recently to recommend anything to anyone that they likely haven't already heard, but this thread could certainly benefit me.

any sludge/stoner metal along the lines of Eyehategod, Weedeater, etc would be awesome
Lifetime74
11/23/2010 2:55:00 PM
I had never heard of Kill Creek until a few months ago. I have been listening to them ever since.

Venicebeachxc
11/23/2010 2:59:00 PM
I know Cruel Hand is getting bigger, but a lot of people have never heard them and they are awesome. For any users who are into Madball or shit like that.

Adam Grace
11/23/2010 3:06:00 PM
Originally posted by: -Jeremy-

I haven't been listening to enough new shit recently to recommend anything to anyone that they likely haven't already heard, but this thread could certainly benefit me.

any sludge/stoner metal along the lines of Eyehategod, Weedeater, etc would be awesome

the new fleshpress ep's, lesbian, and cough albums are great. I'll post links when I get home.

Also not new, but leechmilk, leechmilk, leechmilk.
brenoritvrezorkre
11/23/2010 3:10:00 PM
Originally posted by: Adam Grace

leechmilk.


hell yes
brenoritvrezorkre
11/23/2010 3:17:00 PM
uploaded leechmilk - starvation of locusts for whoever

click here for link
Adam Grace
11/23/2010 3:17:00 PM
Originally posted by: rain king

Originally posted by: Adam Grace

leechmilk.


hell yes

so good. Hell, add molehill and the rest of the shifty bands on there too.
aboutleaving
11/23/2010 3:18:00 PM
two gallants
the low anthem

by far two of the greatest "americana" bands ever.
joey.
11/23/2010 3:32:00 PM
Strickland and I are almost identical when it concerns ambient/post-rock/minimalist/shoegaze
brenoritvrezorkre
11/23/2010 3:33:00 PM
next up I've upped Mogwai's - Special Moves album that came out earlier this year. it's essentially a compilation / live album, but they've mastered the dynamics of their recorded sound perfectly -- really capturing the atmosphere even though it's a live performance. consists of some of their strongest material to date from previous albums. great flow, and a must for fans. it might be my favorite recording of theirs, actually. full of solace, nostalgia, spine chills. also, best version of like herod ever.



click here for link
Adam Grace
11/23/2010 3:33:00 PM
Originally posted by: joey.

Strickland and I are almost identical when it concerns ambient/post-rock/minimalist/shoegaze

that's a shame.
joey.
11/23/2010 3:52:00 PM
Originally posted by: rain king

next up I've upped Mogwai's - Special Moves album that came out earlier this year. it's essentially a compilation / live album, but they've mastered the dynamics of their recorded sound perfectly -- really capturing the atmosphere even though it's a live performance. consists of some of their strongest material to date from previous albums. great flow, and a must for fans. it might be my favorite recording of theirs, actually. full of solace, nostalgia, spine chills. also, best version of like herod ever.



click here for link

Awesome album.
joey.
11/23/2010 3:57:00 PM


click here for link

password: www.alternative2punk.net



Every once in awhile an album comes along and truly blows you away. 'Why Aren't I Home?' is one of those albums, as from the opening moments Athletics manage to draw you in with their brand of post-rock/alt-rock, that is captivating from the start. A steady build leads to a radiant explosion made up of pounding drums, soaring vocals and brilliant chord progression.

Throughout the New York five-piece leave you hooked, as their sound is grand and brings a momentous feeling which ultimately sounds refreshing for a somewhat tired genre. Tracks like 'See You On The Other Side' and 'Jordan' are founded on raw emotion, which is passionately poured out by Garrett Yaeger. Whilst structurally the band have crafted each song to near perfection, as the lighter, more post-rock moments are comforting and mesmerizing (see 'Speaking For Everyone' and timed ideally to contrast with the bands brash, emotionally rock. It all flows nicely together and enables the band to takes the listener on a journey, that leaves you feeling astonished.

As a complete work its unbelievable, but equally there are stand out tracks including the title track, as well as 'I Am Withdrawal' and the soaring instrumental track, 'Lullaby'. Throughout the drums pulsate and at times dominate, whilst the intriguing guitar work breathe life to the albums quieter moments and along with Yaeger's vocals, Athletics are a powerful tour de force of post-rock that is refreshing, rare and captivating.

Athletics deserve all the praise they receive for 'Why Aren't I Home?', as it is simply that album that does not disappoint from start to finish.

5/5

'Why Aren't I Home?' by Athletics is available now through Deep Elm Records.

joey.
11/23/2010 4:08:00 PM


click here for link



Saw this band's post on a message board last night and checked this out, absolutely blown away by this release! Fans of Fall Of Efrafa take note, this full length is a monster combining elements of hardcore, crust punk, black metal and post rock. This is a direct link from the band, check out their website and shoot them an email if you are interested in purchasing the record when they release it (limited to 300 DIY cd's and 300 Double LPs).

brenoritvrezorkre
11/23/2010 4:09:00 PM
i'd use lix.in if i were you. mediafire links tend to go down quickly lately, so protecting your links might be a good idea.
joey.
11/23/2010 4:10:00 PM
Originally posted by: rain king

i'd use lix.in if i were you. mediafire links tend to go down quickly lately, so protecting your links might be a good idea.

That link is taken directly from the band's website, they posted it for free download.

click here for link
brenoritvrezorkre
11/23/2010 4:11:00 PM
oh

joey.
11/23/2010 4:14:00 PM


click here for link



As with the previous release we've had in by Halves (their eponymous debut EP), the packaging of Haunt Me When I'm Drowsy is incredibly lavish. Across these seven tracks the band do a splendid job of avoiding the formulaic tendencies of the post-rock fraternity, instead exhibiting sufficient diversity and skill to avoid being yet another quiet/loud Mogwai knock off.. You simply can't avoid certain references, however: right down to the vocals, there are clear cut Sigur Ros approximations on tracks like 'In The Sorrows, In The Fire' or 'May Your Enemies Never Find Happiness'. You can make out further Scandinavian influence in the Efterklang-style microbeats and orchestration of 'Amberscene' or the m-isms of 'Medals, but fortunately Halves write and perform well enough to carry off such ambitious music with great aplomb. Genre fans won't want to miss out on this one - Lovely.

There is no question halves stand alone in the Irish music scene. Fusing live strings, electronic beats, and many other toys with a traditional rock setup. They craft unique soundscapes, from delicate yet haunting pieces to almost cinematic scale post-rock.

liamrulz
11/27/2010 12:07:00 PM
Originally posted by: joey.



click here for link



As with the previous release we've had in by Halves (their eponymous debut EP), the packaging of Haunt Me When I'm Drowsy is incredibly lavish. Across these seven tracks the band do a splendid job of avoiding the formulaic tendencies of the post-rock fraternity, instead exhibiting sufficient diversity and skill to avoid being yet another quiet/loud Mogwai knock off.. You simply can't avoid certain references, however: right down to the vocals, there are clear cut Sigur Ros approximations on tracks like 'In The Sorrows, In The Fire' or 'May Your Enemies Never Find Happiness'. You can make out further Scandinavian influence in the Efterklang-style microbeats and orchestration of 'Amberscene' or the m-isms of 'Medals, but fortunately Halves write and perform well enough to carry off such ambitious music with great aplomb. Genre fans won't want to miss out on this one - Lovely.

There is no question halves stand alone in the Irish music scene. Fusing live strings, electronic beats, and many other toys with a traditional rock setup. They craft unique soundscapes, from delicate yet haunting pieces to almost cinematic scale post-rock.


link is dead

these all rule btw. post more everybody