They're two albums in and the prolific Finnish noise-house NYOS are about to make it a triad. Navigation is the third instalment from the Jyvaskyla duo, and takes their signature blend of loop-driven math rock to dizzying new heights. And this week we are offering you a fresh scoop in the form of digital single 'Navigator'.
Unsurprisingly Lambhorn's debut album is a well-structured and exquisitely produced instrumental release, effortlessly moving from highs to lows. The album's six tracks are eclectic, dense and teeming with catchy guitar melodies.
The name ‘GriffO’, which the band has said was taken from the word 'griffonage' or messy doctor-style scrawl, reflects their situations of creating music at first when they established, but also very fascinating with the meaning of unknown. They think their music still has possibilities to change with more features, and they need to be more mature,and will definitely come out in their future compositions.
Africa: the actual motherland. Birthplace of humanity, for better or worse. This article was inspired by the usual quip we get from readers on our site: 'So, how many African math rock bands do you know of eh? Eh?'...
All The Best Tapes are back, friends. Real back. Self-categorized under the tongue-in-cheek genre of 'thrash jazz' (about as tongue-in-cheek as 'math rock' - Ed.), the Stoke quartet are 'waking the egg' in their latest video, 'Perfect Hibernation'.
After releasing their self-titled debut album in 2015, Chinese Football has sparked a lot of attention across the world. They made a China tour last year, and had been to Japan to hold a 5-stop tour by the end of 2016.