Mount Pressmore‘s eclectic style has been described most succinctly as “Chop-Pop,” and their musical comparisons span the range from the progressive visions of Yes and King Crimson to the dancefloor rock of The Police and Talking Heads.
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Herd of Instinct draws from a vast array of influences – elements of rock, avant-garde, electronica, prog, psychedelic music, horror and cinematic film scores – to create a style that is uniquely their own. The band signed to Djam Karet’s Firepool Records in 2011 and has released three albums.
B4tF attempt to combine the dynamic of interesting music/prog with the accessibility of alternative melodic songwriting. Far more emphasis on arrangement than complexity. The focus on classic sounds like the 12 string acoustic guitar, Rickenbacker bass, mellotron, Moog, Hammond and other analog synths combine with more alternative influences in writing and production.
Drawing inspiration from several math-rock and post-rock influences, Trying Science is an original 4-piece aiming to bridge the gap between…
With influences like Black Sabbath, The Beatles, and Led Zeppelin; Jam Therapy presents a contemporary take on the heavy riffs and grooving rhythms of true rock’n’roll, successfully transporting their listeners back in time (where having vinyl wasn’t just “hip,” it was how you fed your ears.)
Flourish is an Austin based, four-piece band with a sound that extends from dreamy, reverb-soaked tunes to upbeat indie rock.…