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black ox orkestar - nisht azoy [09 Jan 2007|08:59pm]

I`m looking for black ox orkestar - nisht azoy. can anybody upload, post url?
best regards,

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[08 Nov 2006|08:12am]

Anyone know of any post-rock lj mp3 communites along the lines of mp3share or somehing. Love this one!

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[05 Jun 2006|07:53pm]

for that song everyone must hear.

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Wake up... [23 Nov 2005|11:47pm]

Hey people. I know this community is sort of lacking these days but I thought I'd share something anyway.
My friends and I are really just experimenting with all sorts of music these days but a little while back, my good friend Sean and I just started recording something for the heck of it and came up with this lo-fi ambient sound piece. Broken guitars, birds, younger sisters, cereal bowls, a keyboard and its sheet-holding grate are just some of the instruments used to create this.
Hope you guys like it, tell me what you think!

From YouSendIt: Glen Miles & Shawn Louis - The Year Galen Murderd Sean... (2005)

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[30 Oct 2005|11:46pm]

Hello - I am proud to say I have just joined this community. I used to live in the live music capital of the world (Austin TX) and had the most amazing clarinet teacher, whose lessons basically included "jamming out" (jazz improv). This was something that I loved above almost anything else in my life at that point, and it was very disappointing when he moved away. Then shortly after I moved away as well, to New York, and sold my clarinet.

ANYWAY for my birthday my parents have gotten me a clarinet FOR MY VERY OWN that I brought to New York. Now, it is sitting in front of me, and I have experimented a bit after YEARS and years of playing, and I am starting up again in a journey that will likely lead me to a happy obsession once again.

So here's to free expression, to music as detailed and flawed as one's emotions, and to improvization.

Some questions the friendly folks around here might be able to help me with:
Anyone in the Brooklyn area up for jamming sessions??
I have been playing the clarinet for years by default, but it has basically worked for me. Is it time for me to part with it and get an instrument more traditionally suited for the task of serious jamming? Like, a saxaphone? I've tried guitar and I'm just not suited for it, it's led me to believe I'm best with woodwinds.

Thank you for your time... have a great halloween

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[26 Oct 2005|07:36pm]

Random Zip of Mono songs.

Uploaded out of boredom. Enjoy.

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[29 Jun 2005|03:42am]

I'm selling some stuff on eBay so we can buy a new van (yes, our van broke, it sucks). Anyways, there's about 15 hours left on all of it, and it includes a Navio Forge LP, the first Explosions in the Sky 2xLP, all the Isis remix 12"s, the last Sunny Day Real Estate record on colored vinyl, the At the Drive-In / Burning Airlines split picture disc 7", and some out of print Death Cab For Cutie 7"s. Take a looksee here if you're interested: clicky.

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if you have the chance [18 Jun 2005|06:09pm]

Hi everyone.

My band, The Strange Lands of the West, just got together a website (...well, two actually). We're a post-rock band that have been playing together for over 5 years but have just ventured into post-rock in the last year and half. If you get a chance, please listen to our song, "The Morning Is Bright," that is on the site. We appreciate any feedback, good or bad.


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bielski & marshall [17 Jun 2005|04:00pm]


something we [bielski (fallindown)and i] wrote and recorded over the past few days; any and all feedback would be appreciated

thanks a bunch

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[04 Jun 2005|10:23pm]


you can hear mp3s here.


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[03 Jun 2005|07:34pm]

HEY there.

they are from portland, maine. they're eclectic/indie-alt-rock.
Their music is dreamy and truly beautiful.

Seriously, check them out. If your looking to buy a new cd, BUY THIS ONE.

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Pola Riot [11 May 2005|12:33pm]

Hi. I'm playing bass in a german post-rock band. Not long ago we make a demo-tape in rehearsal room. You can download it here:

taste of seething tea

The sound quality isn't like studio, but it's ok i think.
You can also download a short videotrailer.

visit here:

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[29 Apr 2005|12:10pm]

I hate to just join the community and post my own music but I was searching out different instrumental and experimental communities and came accross this one and liked what I saw so I joined.
my name's Brandon and I live in Glendale, Arizona. I'm starting an actual post rock group like A Silver Mt. Zion soon out of this project I've got going named Chateau d'If. right now it's more like mum and is all electronically done yet still amazing. I have stuff you can listen to so go listen to Chateau d'If


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This Cathartic Nail - Comments, Critiques, Advice? [27 Apr 2005|01:53am]

Hello, my name is Dennis Ramirez.

While I'e had to put it on hiatus for awhile, i'm able to finish working on a music project i had started 3 years ago, called This Cathartic Nail.

It is instrumental, with poetry and art for each song. it is a concept album, dealing with love and spirituality. I've recorded all of the guitars myself and programmed the drums and percussion as well. The violins on Anathema were a draft recorded by a friend, so they do slip a little. I was unable to have her re-record them before i ended up moving to Chicago (where i cureently live)

Most of the songs are in demo or draft stages, as they were recorded prior to the hiatus i had to take, and some i haven't had a chance to finish, while others just needed to be re-recorded. I guess, while I am going through the process of re-doing these songs, I'd like any opinions or advice anyone might have.

here is a link to a newer demo i started to record earlier this year which isn't featured on the site yet.

but yes, while i have already started rewriting the songs, it is easy for me to develop tunnel vision, so it's nice to have outside opinions. if you do need a starting point, the most complete songs on there are "Anathema" and "The Crown of Tiphareth", while the rest range from incomplete to 'finished'.

Thanks in advance,
Dennis Ramirez.

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The Nothing War [12 Apr 2005|04:51pm]

Some music I've been enjoying recently;
- Telegraph Melts: A great instrumental band with an excellent celloist. Their website is here. Mp3s:
Cantus For Theodore N.
- Narodni Trida: A marvelous post-rock-instrumental-type band. Their site is here. They have tons of downloads on their mp3 page.

Also check out Becasue.
Does anyone know of any good instrumentals which have a clarinet player with an apparent musical role in the band?

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[12 Apr 2005|11:49am]


go to the music section and download 'loft'.
really good.

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[06 Apr 2005|12:44am]

[ mood | content ]

Hi, my name is steven. I love instrumental music...I feel so emotionally connected to it when I listen to it. It's very...i dunno...spiritual...i have no idea what im saying...

check out this band:

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Awsom underground band and realy nice guys [04 Apr 2005|10:27pm]

[ mood | ecstatic ] This is about the best band with an electric violinist I've know. There suposed to have a real cd out soon.

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Horses in the Sky [18 Mar 2005|08:24pm]

I picked up new Silver Mt. Zion LP this week. What a gorgeous record! Some sweet sweet sad melodies, with more percussion and some lovely group singing. The artwork is just beautiful with a silk-screened insert and booklet filled with the humble gibberish we've come to love. Also, side 4 has some nice etchings on it. It appears that it was in store a week early here as per what the website said. I'm glad I didn't wait for the CD to be released.
Anybody else heard / picked it up yet?

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[18 Mar 2005|12:04am]
[ mood | bouncy ]

HI! I listened to a new band named Toktok vs. Soffy O. I cannot find a website of theirs.. just a CD order and such: I suggest you checking them out through soulseek, or any file sharing program you use. A friend of mine has a song of theirs on her myspace profile and I really liked their sound, so I looked them up on soulseek. You may have a hard time finding the file, but if you have soulseek and are interested, let me know and i'll upload it for you. They are definately worth checking out. =)

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