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2009-11-30 13:25:08 UTC
Next Episode Lord. Smart Vs Dr. Jin [ LAVA|OX|SEA ] is a three-piece post-rock outfit from Hefei, China. On a Shoegaze ~ Post-rock note ... I' ll say start with " Next Episode Lord Smart vs Dr.Jin ". And on a Math-rock ~ Post-rock note then go for " Heavy Metal Rock is the Best Music ". Either way both releases goes as STROGNLY RECOMMENDED as [ LAVA|OX|SEA ] sound is simply phenomenal. Although I have to say their pitch on " Heavy Metal Rock is the Best Music " is slightly high but I think that's because of the live recording. Artist - LAVA|OX|SEA Album - Next Episode Lord Smart vs Dr.Jin ( * * * * * ) Release Date - 2009 Genre - Post-rock, Shoegaze, Math-rock Tracklist 01 hey!stranger 5:02 02 vertigo 6:11 03 home hell 6:18 04 catty cat (hymns for our generation) 5:22 05 kaleidoscope 3:50 06 3+6 4:38 07 alien A 5:32 08 scattered stars like diamonds in the sky 5:13 09 concrete avalanche 4:57 10 physics! 7:49 11 dim light 4:26 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- LAVA|OX|SEA - Next Episode Lord Smart vs Dr.Jin -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Heavy Metal Rock Is the Best Music Artist - LAVA|OX|SEA Album - Heavy Metal Rock is the Best Music ( * * * * * ) Release Date - 2008 Genre - Post-rock, Shoegaze, Math-rock Tracklist 01 kaleidoscope 02 3 plus 6 03 concrete avalanche 04 physics 05 aliena 06 home hell 07 regnarts yeh -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- LAVA|OX|SEA - Heavy Metal Rock is the Best Music -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommendations: Miumi ~ Iona ~ Condre Scr ~ A Red Season Shade ~ Datura --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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