|Albums I Intend To Acquire|
These are just some albums that I really would like to own at one point or another, for various reasons.
This just seems like an extremely varied album that would lead me into some newfound musical territory.
The Invisible Mountain
This strikes me as a powerful listen in the realm of "drone" as some may call it, or a "post rock" as I kind of view it. Plus it kind of reminds me of Shadow of the Colossus.
What We Must
I've always wanted to own one of their albums, but never took the plunge. Seems rewarding.
|4||Amia Venera Landscape|
The Long Procession
I love the style in which these guys write. Too bad I cannot seem to acquire a hard copy anywhere I look.
A strange set of sounds indeed, maybe not as progressive in the conventional sense, but these guys seem quite engaging.
...And So We Destroyed Everything
Great smash up of proggy influences, along with post-ish stuff. And they want twenty bucks for it.. which is insane.. but possibly another plunge I will take.
Fear of a Blank Planet
It's been entirely too long since I've picked up something from these guys, and I need something that may compete with Deadwing for their top piece.
|8||Wolves in the Throne Room|
This seems like it would take hold of me and consume my thoughts for months afterward. Plus I'm not all that into black metal, but these guys seem to have a piece of the equation that I appreciate.
|9||A Winged Victory for the Sullen|
A Winged Victory for the Sullen
Just came across this, reminded me of Goldmund, made me happy, I want it.
Self Preserved While the Bodies Float Up
It's hard for me to decide whether this would be a better purchase, or if Effloresce is more worth my time. I'm not sure, so this one is still up in the air. Frames constantly grows on me like some glorious fungus, so I know their other stuff must possess something special.
There's something about this album that teases me, taunting me to purchase it and understand the fuss. So do I do it?
Ever since I heard about this guy from The Needle Drop I have been intrigued. I'm not a big fan of laptop musicians, but this seems like great music to drive/think to.
|13|| ||Pagan's Mind|
There are some great, proggy tracks to be had here. A must purchase at some point in my life.