Oceans - Nothing Collapses

2009-04-15 12:42:39 UTC
oceans-nothing-collapses Oceans is a five-piece instrumental group from Chicago. They play a style similar to bands like Explosions In The Sky, This Will Destroy You, Maserati, and Unwed Sailor, but don’t dismiss them as just another clone in an already overcrowded post-rock scene. Oceans have been honing their sound since 2005 and have produced a unique debut full-length that successfully balances gentle atmosphere with spirited guitar leads. The CD’s are packaged in screen-printed recycled chipboard cases. ------------- ( SUPERB Release. ) ------------- Artist: Oceans Album: Nothing Collapses Year: 2009 Genre: Post-Rock TrackList: 01.Your Plane Leaves Tomorrow (10:08) 02.Lit Up Under Streetlights (08:19) 03.We Are Ruins (05:52) 04.Ways With Wolves (05:13) 05.Boy Detective (08:56) 06.Sound Of Static (03:35) 07.City At Peace (04:32) 08.Terrified Of What We Might Become (08:05) 09.Traps And Traps (04:38) Oceans - Nothing Collapses ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommendations: If These Trees Could Talk For A Minor Reflection - Reistu þig við, sólin er komin á loft… Form And Fate - The Form And Fate Of Lakes [art].Ficial. - Braille Final Days Society - Noise Passes Silence Remains ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- YET ANOTHER GOOD RELEASE TOURISTAS... -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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