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God Is An Astronaut - Forever Lost - brilliant song, which I've set as a soundtrack. Check out more videos on my channel including video art I filmed myself. Enjoy! About post-rock (from Wikipedia): 1990s post-rock Bands from the early 1990s, such as Slint, or earlier, such as Talk Talk, were later recognized as influential on post-rock.[2] Slint's Spiderland[2] and Talk Talk's Laughing Stock[13] are credited as giving birth to post-rock.[3] Post-rock group Mogwai performs at a 2007 concert. Originally used to describe the music of such bands as Stereolab,[14] Laika,[15] Disco Inferno,[16] Moonshake,[17] Seefeel,[2] Bark Psychosis, and Pram,[1] post-rock grew to be frequently used for a variety of jazz and krautrock influenced, largely instrumental, and electronica-tinged music made after 1994. Groups such as Cul de Sac, Tortoise, Labradford, Bowery Electric and Stars of the Lid are cited as founders of a distinctly American post-rock movement.[18] The second Tortoise LP Millions Now Living Will Never Die, made the band a post-rock icon.[2][19] Many bands (e.g., Do Make Say Think) began to record music inspired by the "Tortoise-sound".[20] In the late 1990s, Chicago was the home base for a variety of post-rock associated performers. Both John McEntire of Tortoise and Jim O'Rourke of Brise-Glace and Gastr del Sol were important producers for many of the groups.[21] One of the most eminent post-rock locales is Montreal, where Godspeed You! Black Emperor and similar groups, including A Silver Mt. Zion, Do Make Say Think, and Fly Pan Am record on Constellation, a notable post-rock record label.[22] These groups are generally characterized by an aesthetic rooted in, among other genres, musique concrète, chamber music, and free jazz.[23] Godspeed You! Black Emperor and Scottish group Mogwai were among some of the influential post-rock groups to continue their music career or end before the turn of the 21st century.[3][24] [edit] 2000s post-rock In the early 2000s, the term had started to fall out of favour.[25] It became increasingly controversial as more critics outwardly condemned its use.[3] Some of the bands for whom the term was most frequently assigned, including Cul de Sac,[26][27] Tortoise,[25] and Mogwai,[4] rejected the label. The wide range of styles covered by the term, they and others have claimed, rob it of its usefulness.[28] Today, despite criticism of the term, post-rock has maintained its prominence. Sigur Rós, with the release of Ágætis byrjun in 1999, has become among the most popular post-rock bands of the 2000s. Their most recent album, 2008's Með suð í eyrum við spilum endalaust, has even gained them some limited radio play and appearances on TV commercials. This can at least somewhat be attributed to a move towards simpler song structures, shorter songs, and increasing utilization of pop hooks.[29] Explosions in the Sky, Do Make Say Think, Pelican, Sonore and Mono are some of the more popular post-rock bands of the 2000s.[30] With a few exceptions, most notably Sigur Rós, the post-rock of the 21st century has generally eliminated vocals from its repertoire. Though it has been argued that post-rock as a movement has become obsolete,[31] post-rock bands are still emerging; Una Corda, The Void, Vessels, Talons, 65daysofstatic, Maserati, Red Sparowes, Youthmovies, Yndi Halda, Gifts From Enola, Beware of Safety, Signal Hill, Youth Pictures of Florence Henderson, Caspian, In the Wake of Giants, God Is An Astronaut, This Will Destroy You, From Monument to Masses, Port Royal, If These Trees Could Talk, Sleeping in Gethsemane, milhaven, These Oceans Are Huge, Komeda, Lounge Piranha and other such bands still maintain the fundamental principles of the genre. IGNORE THESE TAGS: Simon Reynolds Bark Psychosis Hex The Wire Melody Maker James Wolcott Todd Rundgren, Rolling Stone Beirut The Velvet Underground a "Krautrock" "motorik" Public Image Ltd (PiL) NME[11] Metal Box John Lydon Jah Wobble Flowers of Romance My Bloody Valentine melody Cult of Luna, Isis, Russian Circles Pelican Beirut, Ratatat, and From Monument to Masses PG Lost, Joy Wants Eternity, The Evpatoria Report This Will Destroy You, Caspian, Explosions In The Sky - First Breath After Coma,, Mogwai - Cody, Friend Of the Night, Punk Rock, Take Me Somewhere Nice , If these Trees Could Talk G.I.A.A. Discography LPs * The End of the Beginning (2002) * All Is Violent, All Is Bright (2005) * Far from Refuge (2007) * God Is an Astronaut (2008) EPs * A Moment of Stillness (2006) Singles * "The End of the Beginning" (2003) * "From Dust to the Beyond" (2003) * "Point Pleasant" (2003) * "Coda" (2004) * "Fragile" (2004) * "Fire Flies and Empty Skies" (2005) * "Beyond the Dying Light" (2006) * "Tempus Horizon" (2006) * "No Return" (2007) (download only) * "Shining Through" (2009) (download only)

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