Genre: Post-rock /Electronic
Psewdo is an instrumental project based in Moscow, Russia. It’s sound consists of post-rock, idm-based electronics, math-rock and jazz elements.
Some named a band as ‘russian 65daysofstatic’ although there are more influences of nu-jazz and math in latest works, the accent moves to a mix of broken measures with solo-saxophone and dense electronic part.
The band has some early EPs and promo-singles for the album planned to come in 2010.
听到7 fucks like 12 [啥鬼名字]的时候,我不由得"TMD"就这么出口了...
比起下面的Do not be surprised what is happening,可能相对偏math的东西受众会小很多,不过至少我很喜欢:]
Artist: Do Not Be Surprised What Is Happening
Country: Dzerzhinsk, Russian Federation
Style: Post Rock /Experimental /Electronic
1. It’s D
3. 1 Minus 1
Do not be surprised what is happening is a post-rock band from Dzerzhinsk, Russia. It was formed in 2009. Its lineup consists of Yuri Paholkov (guitar, keys), Georgy Popov (drums, sound effects, vocal), Dmitry Charentsev (bass), Vasily Motylev (guitar).
Do not be surprised what is happening [名字好长,拗口],这个名字对我来说并不算很陌生,乐队发行debut的时候就跟年糕讨论着,"诶,这团不错阿不错,有琴键,运用很不错"
当时吸引我的其实也就乐队自述的俩词汇: Cold Post-rock
Album: Gravitational Waves
Country: Eskişehir, Turkey
Label: Pati Patu Prima Records
Style: Post Rock /Electronic
1. Gravitational Waves
3. Time To Leave
6. Tumol - Part II
at midnight, when you're awake, staring at the ceiling, who are you missing?
right now, close your eyes, who is the first one arising in your mind...
2010.7/4 Lemon's Chair Live in Osaka Club vijon「HIgh Fader NIGHT Vol.9」
还是一句话,live makes perfect,pr注定为live而生吧,还是音乐注定为live而生?
"Ólafur Arnalds - Bridgewater Hall, Manchester - Première performance of '...And They Have Escaped The Weight Of Darkness' with the RCNM Orchestra, Directed by André de Ridder - 01.07.2010
Absolutely flawless & beautiful world première of Ólafur's new album with the RCNM Orchestra, directed by André de Ridder. Óli played his new album in its entirety to a completely silent & respectful Bridgewater Hall. A very moving and wonderful concert. Not much to say...the music will speak for itself. Enjoy :)
NB: Feedback would be appreciated on the Mastering of this one. I like the sound a lot but there where so many different ways I could have mastered this. Classical music has its own particular challenges and so I would love to hear your comments :)"
Kyle, Tom, Andy, David, Lindsay, Ethan, Emily, Jordan
Stubborn Tiny Lights vs Clustering Darkness Forever OK? first gathered in the basement of a commercial building in downtown Waterloo, IA in the fall of 2008. Several meetings occurred here where people of all different backgrounds would come together to make music. Noise and inspiration from the first gatherings twisted into what is now, the 2009 EP: 'OK' . Physical copy's of the EP: 'OK' , are hand made by the band members and feature a cloth sleeve with unique paint splatter art work. Inside the sleeve is the disk and a typed insert with the basic info. Debut Album, "The Infinite Regress," is out now on Futurerecordings.
P话: 又见俗图, and最早玩这个的是哪个团阿,现在是个团就有这样的宣传图片orz...
Artist: Native Lights
Album: Blackwater 7"
Country: TULSA, Oklahoma, United States
Release: January 19th, 2010
Label: Hard Work Records
Style: Shoegaze /Indie
2. Of All The Things We've Made
"Supergroup" is a word that is sometimes carelessly thrown around on the local level, but one band that has most definitely earned the title is Native Lights. The new project is the collaboration of four musicians who have each in their own way found a niche with their day bands–Johnathon Ford, founder of the nationally recognized indie outfit Unwed Sailor, Bryce Chambers, frontman for dream-pop darling Ester Drang, Aaron Hamby, lead singer for local "it" band Callupsie, and Nathan Price, workaholic percussionist and resident drummer for Vandevander.
The band currently has one demo, entitled "El Rosa", posted on their MySpace (myspace.com/nativelights). The song, originally written by Chambers, has the tell-tale hallmarks of each member. Ethereal vocals (sung by Chambers, who shares guitar and singing duties with Hamby) are complemented by haunting guitar melodies and a driving rhythm section (Ford on Bass and Price on drums) that brings to mind the dreamy otherworldliness of Ester Drang, the cinematic soundscapes of Unwed Sailor and the immediate catchiness of Callupsie. The track dovetails into an outro that unites the band members’ common infatuation with early '80s post-punk and shoegazer. Native Lights will release their debut single, "Blackwater" in January 2010.