As many of you may know, I am obsessed with Do Make Say Think. They have become my favorite post-rock band with their awe-inspiring music. I listen to them when I work, write, and read and still want to hear more.
“Classic Noodlanding” is one of my favorite songs from the band. The guitars on this song are amazing, as the riffs completely sink into you and have you reeling from its mesmerizing spell. Check it out.
Mogwai has had a long and interesting career as the band is set to release their next album Every Country’s Sun in September. This band has created some of the most reflective and soul-stirring music that I have ever heard in my life. Their music serves as the soundtrack to my writing and reading. They are a nudge above Do Make Say Think when it comes to music to decompress too.
The first single from their upcoming record is “Coolverine” which sounds badass as the song does as well. Check it out.
Do Make Say Think has become one of my favorite post-rock bands with their versatile sound. This band seems to create some of the most reflective music that I have heard come out of the genre. It is music for decompressing and thinking about the meaning of life. On their new album Stubborn Persistent Illusions the band further pushes the boundaries of their pensive sound. “Horripilation” is one of my favorite tracks from the record with its fantastic guitar riffs. Check it out.
Recently, I have been listening to Do Make Say Think as I type up my novel. Their music is so relaxing and puts you into a focused headspace. “Soul and Onward” is the track that I keep returning to over and over again. The guitars sound so amazing on this song with their mesmerizing riffs.
I first heard New Jersey band Prawn back in 2015, from their split with Moving Mountains. I have been listening to them on and off ever since. Their songs have a way of sneaking up on you when you least expect it.
“Settled” is one of their best tracks that is from their EP of the same name. The song has a wonderful downbeat sound that features horns towards the end of the track. The music video is actually quite funny with its creepy main character. Check it out.
I just discovered New Hampshire band Deer Leap and I can’t stop listening to their album “Impermanence.” The record is a mix of emo, post-rock and indie rock. There are many amazing tracks on the album, but “Right Where You Were” is the standout one for me. It is quite emotive with its downbeat sound and pleading lyrics. Check it out.
Moving Mountains’ produces some of their greatest songs in the early 10’s that had the band grow in popularity. They mixed post-hardcore with post-rock and emo that displayed the band’s range. “Alleviate” is one of their best songs from their second album “Waves”. Check it out.