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Instrumental Recs

Top of the list is stuff I enjoy and the 2nd half is stuff I am still trying out. Recs would be pretty cool?
1Cloudkicker
Beacons


Instrumetal bliss. So, so very good. The pacing works so well here with the shorter, simpler tracks that kind of set up and bleed into the longer, meatier tracks. It's chock full of great riffs and just doesn't seem to get old.
2Jizue
Novel


A glorious jazz/post-rock fusion. I have never been much of a jazz fan, but when it is combined with other genre(s) like this is, I can definitely get on board with it.
3Solterra
Umbra


More instrumental rock/metal/prog kind of vibe. Really cool stuff. Could have gone without some of the spoken vocal parts in the background, but it doesn't really detract from the music.
4Solterra
Soul, Earth, Sun


I really dig their sound. I look forward to more material from them.
5Toe
For Long Tomorrow


Similar to what Jizue has going on (or vice versa since Toe has been around longer), they have a post-rock kind of vibe, but seems a little less on the jazz side.
6 Blankity
Blank


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7Niechec
Smierc w miekkim futerku


Not the most accessible music I have ever heard. I went back and forth on the tracks I listened to. Some I really liked and others seemed kind of alienating and just strange. It was an odd experience, but I definitely want to try it out some more before I decide on it.
8Lotus
Lotus


This seems pretty cool. Kind of has a simple rock vibe with some electronic influences. I think I would like it more if it was just straight instrumental and they did not have the random vocal parts in the background.
9Lotus
Hammerstrike


I feel pretty similar about this as to the S/T, would have been better without the vocal parts, but otherwise solid stuff.
10Mouse On The Keys
Machinic Phylum


More post-rock and jazz stuff. These seem to go really well together.
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