Nouns is great. Nouns is brilliant. Nouns is fun. Nouns is genious. Nouns will make your day sound better… and your night too. And if you can’t have enough of this record, don’t forget to get their debut release right here.
Broken World Media
Known Pleasure Records
3. Sitcom Fade-in
4. Twin Tweaks
5. Distance, etc.
6. Quit Mackin’
8. Red Letter Day, On Play
9. You’re Not That Boring
10. To Be There
From Sheffield (UK), this duo plays a lovely indie/emo
for fans of Snowing, Algernon Cadwaller, Crash of Rhinos.
I could say that it is for sure one of my favourite albums of 2013,
even if I think that the “Feeling Better” EP was slightly better.
if you still don’t know them, hurry up!
1. If It’s Here When We Get Back It’s Ours
2. Dressing Cold
The word “EMO” couldn’t be used in a more appropriate way.
The band from NY state with members from Shelter has published one EP, two Full lenght an three splits since 1995.
In coincidence with their last show ever, which is taking place Tomorrow at the Electric Ballroom in London, we are going to celebrate their music with their first EP.
A must have for the genre!
1. Between Berwyn and Bryn Mawr
2. Beating High Schoolers At Arcade Games
3. Plays One On TV
4. I Know What A Lion Is
5. Stranger, You Know
6. Space Jam: The Return
7. Evil Robots With Swords For Hands
8. When A Movie Is Made In France, It’s Called Cinemas
This band From Chicago, IL has been a hit in my Last.fm charts in these days. When it comes to talk about their influences, determining them is quite easy, bands such as American Football/Cap’n Jazz and lots of 90’s midwest emo bands should totally be listed in. They took what they learnt about melodies and blended them with post-ish elements and the result doesn’t sound boring, not at all.
2. Police, Don’t Shoot Me
3. Dormant Genius
4. Self Taught
5. Sweat Equity
Pilgrimage is a four piece band from Florida that mixes in a great way post-rock, math-rock and post-hardcore. Their songs combine the softness of post-mathy sounds and the energetic and dynamic rock attitude, sometimes emphatized by vocals. Higly Recommended!
1. Upon Awakening
3. Pillars (Among Us)
5. Drifting Away
10. Fields (Ocean of Silence)
Sioum is an instrumental trio from the northern suburbs of Chicago, Illinois. Formed in 2008, the band consists of brothers Dorian Zdrinc (guitar), Arthur Zdrinc (drums) and Kevin Clark (keys). They often draw inspiration from dreams, movies, video games, and most frequently, emotion itself. Post-metal/rock, as well as progressive influence are often noted, although occasionally, many broad (and unusual) influences, such as classical and chiptune, can be heard. Sioum’s recent full-length, I Am Mortal, But Was Fiend, was self recorded, mixed, and produced in their basement over a span of 8 months, with help of Endless Field Studio founder Paul Petrosyan (Bridges of Königsberg). The album consists of three songs split into movements, with artwork shadowing the untold stories of the music.