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  • clammysax
    +2

    This stuff is awesome! I'm a big fan of this chill electro stuff. I'm gonna be coming back to listen to more Go Periscope, trust me.

    • AllianceOfLions
      +1

      (Just got back from a weekend of camping) Thank you! Really glad you enjoy some of this. When I saw you post about "math rock" I immediately thought of This Town Needs Guns. So good, live and in studio. Definitely check them out if you haven't.

      • clammysax
        +2

        Hope you had a good time! To be honest, I never had a good idea of what math rock is. That band I posted is self-proclaimed as math rock so I followed their lead. This Town Needs Guns is really cool though, and math rock is a very appropriate name for it! Really busy sounds, really thought-out lines that just fit in somehow.

        For anyone interested - From the math rock wiki page:

        "Whereas most rock music uses a 4/4 meter (however accented or syncopated), math rock frequently uses asymmetrical time signatures such as 7/8, 11/8, or 13/8, or features constantly changing meters based on various groupings of 2 and 3. This rhythmic complexity, seen as "mathematical" in character by many listeners and critics, is what gives the genre its name."