“Post-rock” (Used 64 times)
1724_Records on 08/13/2016 at 05:37PM
Recorded at the beginning of 2015,in the noise of Spring Festival.But yeah,it’s a jam session work,alone with the speech of Allen Ginsberg.Our label 1724 Records made the CDr physical as plus gift for our first EP buyer.For here,listen & download as free.Share to your friends if you like it.
Listen & download https://mugglefromchina.bandcamp.com/album/muggle-2
BTW,Muggle’s new album recording now.
Feel free by facebook page get in touch with them https://www.facebook.com/mugglefromchina/
BeastRobot on 10/01/2015 at 08:18AM
♫ Artist: Salmo
♫ Track: L'Irlandais
♫ Album: Kaos O Labo (Piece of Wood)
♫ Genre: Rock, Post-Rock, Post-Punk
BeastRobot on 09/18/2015 at 06:39PM
New Fan video https://youtu.be/qYO9i1haPFc
BeastRobot on 08/20/2015 at 11:55AM
Check out the fan video here https://youtu.be/wOhbDGbxf7I
Richard Bénétrix registered in late 2014 and mastered by Choko in Supadope Factory, The Subsistances, Lyon, May 4 2015.Artwork by Florent SomnierSALMO is Grégory Companion - Olivier and Kevin GouthardInvités Guyomar download: Jean-Philippe Ramos saxophone ( tracks 3-4-5-6-7)
King_Capisce on 06/18/2015 at 03:58PM
King Capisce return to the fold with a new album, renewed ambition and arguably their most mature work to date. 'The Future Cannot Be Born Yet, It Is Waiting For The Past To Die' is an eclectic mix of influences that broadly take in the Jazz and Post/Alt rock spheres, but aims to move beyond that into their own dynamic, instrumental and thought provoking sound, from the cinematic to wall of sound.
The new record, 'The Future Is Not Born Yet, It Is Waiting For The Past To Die'.
Press for the album.
“Frantically intelligent instrumental jazz”- Drowned In Sound
“It could easily have been them on the Mercury Prize 2014 short list – maybe next year” - The Guardian
“An exciting cross-genre talent, fusing jazz with other influences to create a sound that is unmistakably their own” – Tom Robinson, BBC6 Music
“Jazzy post-rock gold done to a ludicrously high standard” - Artrocker Magazine