Codices have got a lot going on. Drawing from a myriad of musical influences, the young London quartet are bring together all types of motif to their sound: dark, light, discordant, technical, minimalist. The diversity, the craft, the precision: Codices are clearly committed to the writing of their sound, perhaps what their 'codex' band name alludes to.
Two-piece loop fiasco Space Blood is as much a visual as an aural experience. Anyone who has seen the band will know that they have no inhibitions when it comes to their act. Covert plays in underpants. Edgin wears a crop top to garner some twisted sex appeal from his hairy gut.
Five years ago, Mental Architects released an album. A year later, they climbed a mountain. On top of that mountain, they wrote and recorded a song which would become the conceptual basis for their next album, Ascend.
They say good things always come in twos. Couldn't be any more true for two-piece two-named Partout Partout. The Grand Est duo features Florian Borojevic, splitting his time between two bands, the other being one of our favourite instrumental noise outfits: 100% Chevalier.
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?'...
Saint Etienne's cacaphonic trio Ça have become exemplars of the chaotic and abrasive nature of French math rock, a country that harbors (or harbored) outfits such as Pneu, 100% Chevalier, Jean Jean, Chevreuil, Cheval De Frise.
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.