You came this way: Home > Tag: Post-rock

“Post-rock” (Used 32 times)

Related Articles

ange on 03/21/2013 at 02:30PM

Radiomaniac - Antenna Theory

A new take on post-rock from one of our newest curators Southern City Labs, a Russian netlabel bringing in some incredible punk releases.

In Antenna Theory, Radiomanic presents unusual sonic landscapes carved out with electronic, post-hardcore and noise influences. While made up of your typical agro guitars and club electronics, this release has an underground and slightly insane feeling that makes it totally unique. From what I understand of their bio (of which a lot seems lost in Google translation), Radiomanic has four members who come from the island of mixed marriages, talented brewers, plants, mines, and infinite late night conversations. It shows.

Via Southern City's Lab » Visit Blog » 3 COMMENTS Share
noisemaxim on 03/18/2013 at 06:56PM

Radiomaniac - Antenna Theory

I am very glad to present to your attention an album of an experemental band of Radiomaniac under the name: "Antenna Theory"

It is one of the most mad things in the direction of post-rock, without foolish smack of ambient. The most real maniacs in creation of unusual sound landscapes in which strong communicate electronics, post-hardcore and noise. It is the present song of radio waves, not human music created by people for people.
That they speak about themselves:
"Radiomaniac - four from the island of mixed marriages, talented brewers and, deceiving topographical intuition, the routes, the Distances impressed with painting, Sonic Youth and Nirvana plates, clips The Prodigy, David Lynch's movies, plants, mines, urbanism, the sound effects upset with guitars, faulty sound pickups, a happening - art, infinite night conversations, and also such groups as: Mogwai, 65 days of static, Joy Division, Radiohead, Pink Floyd, HTRK, Velvet Underground, Television.

As a whole sounding of group similar to if Tom York, Tyorston Moore, Dominique Eytchison and Stephen Morris in common would began to play 65 days of static changing Nirvana, in the spirit of Nine Inch Nails.

We never used an acid, did not arrange a session of group meditation, did not play composition lasting over 6 minutes, did not think of the name for group which would consist of 4 words and more, did not do myself in quality оберегов a figure of participants of God is an astronaut."



Via Southern City's Lab » Visit Blog » 0 COMMENTS Share
clinical_archives on 05/06/2011 at 11:00AM

Clinical Archives Mix - April 2011

Some best music and songs of April on a netlabel Clinical Archives.

01 - - Severn Suzuki - 4:44 (ca436)
02 - Stefano Ferrian's dE-NOIZE Project - Chapter #01 Amphetamine - 10:38 (ca435)
03 - HALStER - drawer no.1 (cricedidae) - 5:21 (ca438)
04 - Trío Antimanierista - fcarregols - 5:09 (ca439)
05 - Nice Wings, Icarus! - Journey Back Home - 4:07 (ca437)
06 - Claudio Nuñez - folkdance vii - 3:25 (ca433)
07 - Joxfield ProjeX - Majestic Pattern City Revisited Evolution I - 5:20 (ca432)
08 - Count Portmon - RCL-290 (excerpt) - 4:56 (ca434)
09 - - Echoes (Rampue Remix) - 8:00 (ca436)

Total time: 51:38

Artists: (Germany), Stefano Ferrian's dE-NOIZE Project (Italy), HALStER (Sweden), Trío Antimanierista (Spain), Nice Wings, Icarus! (Ukraine), Claudio Nuñez (Argentina), Joxfield ProjeX (Sweden), Count Portmon (Czech Republic)

Via Clinical Archives » Visit Blog » 0 COMMENTS Share
katya-oddio on 11/04/2010 at 05:00PM

You Are Not Stealing Records

This week the catalog of Portugal based netlabel You Are Not Stealing Records was added to the Free Music Archive.

The following mix pulls some easy favorites from many of the YANSR albums on the FMA. You will want to jump around in the mix to find items you enjoy, because a broad spectrum of genres are covered.

These include Ambient, Ambient Electronic, Avant-Garde, Blues, Chip Music, Classical, Composed Music, Electronic, Experimental, Experimental Pop, Field Recordings, Folk, Goth, Indie-Rock, Industrial, Lounge, Metal, New Wave, Noise, Noise-Rock, Polka, Post-Rock, Punk, Reggae - Dub, Rock, Rockabilly, Sound Collage, and Surf.

That's a lot of ground for one label! Enjoy!

Via You Are Not Stealing Records » Visit Blog » 8 COMMENTS Share
clinical_archives on 03/15/2010 at 12:15PM

Sakee Sed - Alle basi della roncola

The Sakee Sed are Marco Grezzi and Gianluca Perucchini, guys from Bergamo, Italy, born between 1984 and 1986, grown in the nearby of the “Roncola”, a grey mount in Bergamo. After a two-years experience with the band De Seekas, a band with a stoner-rock attitude, the two guys began to deal with Howard, a piano from the beginning of the century, which drives them to turn letterally upside-down their style and name.
“Alle basi della Roncola” (At the feet of the Roncola) is the title of their debut album as Sakee Sed, coloured and dark at the same time, compact and multifaceted but of great impact. The album contains 13 tracks that blend a sense of lightness with paranoia, friendship and hate, fairy and frenzy, everything hanging by a grey rural dimension and a coloured world soaked in LSD.
Old and vintage instruments, very simple and low-fi recording characterize the album. On the Howard’s tunes and on a dancing drumming, we find ourselves catapulted back to the old saloons of the 50s and we can even smell tobacco. Everything is surrounded by harmonies of acoustic and electric guitars, vibraphones, banjo, ukulele, horgans, basses, chorus, melted with Marco, just awake, voice.
Puns, metaphores and allusions characterize the lyrics. The reality of some images fits in novels that remind of a melancholy fairy.
Sakee Sed still seem to be able to listen to the children novels, the sound of nature and its becoming human, and involve all: introspective sound and stories of drugs and alchool, medicines, fears, everyday life and love.
Sakee Sed usually change their live sets, sometimes unplugged, sometimes loud and electric, and they are supported on stage by “the family”, some friends and musicians of them, like Roberta Sammarelli (Verdena), Nicolas Restivo [n!], Martina Togni e Thomas Maffi.

» 0 COMMENTS Share