|Kayaking and Diggage|
About to go kayaking for a little bit since it's finally nice enough outside and most water sources are no longer freezing balls cold. Anyway, check out these albums if you have time, you won't be sorry. Go ahead, do it.
Awesome mixture of 80's dance-pop, alternative rock, indie-pop, and post-rock.
Will start working on review either tonight or tomorrow afternoon (more than likely the latter). Infectious SNES style chip-tune with driving punk instrumentals behind it.
Following the Tracks, Forcing Motion Thr
Not exactly another As The Roots Undo, but still an excellent emotional hardcore release.
Hymn To The Immortal Wind
Take Downer's advice, this is an absolutely wonderful post-rock album.
It will remain in these lists until I start working on the review, which will be sometime this week. Excellent old school math-rock record.
|6||Bomb The Music Industry!|
Excellent DIY punk album, even if they did steal the cover idea from Less Than Jake's GNV FLA.
|7||Genius Hired Guns|
Not exactly sure what to classify this as, but it's a great album. I guess it's something like extremely edgy alternative rock?
Not as good as Mirrored, but it's still a unique and interesting math-rock album.
|9||Bandits of the Acoustic Revolution|
A Call To Arms
Just recently got around to checking this out and I have to say, it's pretty great.
The Plot Thickens
I know I mention this album quite a bit, but there's a reason for it. I still feel like this is one of the most interesting and unique releases to come out of the post-hardcore genre in recent time, and I feel like everybody should check it out. EVERYBODY.