Bones In The Soil, Rust In The Oil

by Pretend

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Otto Kuehrmann
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Otto Kuehrmann I'm into math rock and post rock and have been for years, but one thing I've always found is that there are many harmonic/melodic traps that most bands fall through way too much. This album by Pretend takes a tasteful amount of all of those things (rather than overusing them in every song) and adds some of the most intriguing rhythms I've ever heard, along with harmonies that really challenge the listener in the best of ways. Favorite track: Guided Spirits-Guilded Souls.
Augmented Fourth
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Augmented Fourth This album is, without hyperbole, probably my favorite album of all time. I have no other words.
Kellen
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Kellen Atmospheric in a way I really can't explain. Amazing music here. Favorite track: Those Luminous Noises Are God.
William McEntegart
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William McEntegart This album is a collapse into silk cushions. Favorite track: Those Luminous Noises Are God.
yvette young
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yvette young gorgeously intertwining parts, great use of space, beautiful melodies that transport you somewhere....etheral. I really can't get enough (ps you gotta see 'em live! I wanted to cry) Favorite track: Spiral Born Black Into The Upwards Night.
Kevin Castro
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Kevin Castro must for math rock fans. Favorite track: Those Luminous Noises Are God.
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released October 4, 2010

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