Jardin De La Croix

2013-03-14 12:00:32 UTC
Jardin De La Croix Profile

Jardín de la Croix is a four piece progressive and instrumental rock band from Madrid (Spain). They are often categorized as math rock and post rock. The band develops complex structures and built elaborated sound trips along their songs. Some people describe their sound like a mixture of [ King crimson ] ~ [ Don Caballero ] ~ [ Russian, Circles ] and [ LITE ].

Band Members Include

Ander - Guitar Pablo - Guitar Carlos - Bass and Israel - Drums

Jardín de la Croix was formed in autumn 2006 in Madrid, they started composing music and playing their first liv e shows After two years of small concerts in winter 2008 they record their first LP “Pomeroy”. Since then Jard ín de la Croix has been performing liv e shows in Spain with many international bands including [ This will destroy you (USA) ] ~ [ Caspian (USA) ] ~ [ Russian Circles (USA) ] ~ [ Ahleuchatistas (USA) ] ~ [ My own priv ate Alaska (FR) ] ~ [ Katabatic (PT) ] ~ [ Butterfly Explosion (IRE) ] ~ [ Long Distance Calling (GER) ].

They’v e also played with Spanish underground bands like [ Toundra ] ~ [ Tinnitia ] ~ [ Psicotropia ] ~ [ The Happiness Proyect ] ~ [ Ad rift ] ~ [ El Pára mo ] ~ [ Delama rca ] ~ [ Zener ] ~ [ Viaje a 800... ]. In 2011 the band signed with Noma Records and recorded their second LP " Ocean Cosmonauts ". The album has been mastered by Ed Brooks in Seattle. Style Progressive rock, Math Rock, Post Rock, Psychedelic, Instrumental.

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Take your pick... ALL THREE TITLES by [ Jardin De La Croix ] are ABSOLUTELY crucial to have on your collection. Whatever you do just make sure you hit play and keep listening. I've said before and I'm saying again [ Don Caballero ] ~ [ LITE ] and [ Enemies ] fans... BY ALL MEANS go get them all.

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Jardin De La Croix - 187 steps to cross the universe Artist - Jardin De La Croix Album - 187 steps to cross the universe [ * * * * * ] X 10 Release Date - 2013 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock, Math-rock, Math-core, Post-progressive-math rock [ LOVE IT ] Tracklist 1. Man made lightning 07:18 2. Topsy's revenge 07:46 3. Colorado springs 07:16 4. Talking with planets 10:02 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FREE DOWNLOAD Jardin De La Croix - 187 steps to cross the universe -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Artist - Jardin De La Croix Album - Ocean Cosmonauts [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2011 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock, Math-rock Tracklist 01. Blacksnout seasnail 02. Vostok 03. Island of Atlas 04. Maelstrom 05. Challenger 06. Math of Vortex 07. Caronte 08. Japanese Rockets -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FREE DOWNLOAD Jardin De La Croix - Ocean Cosmonauts -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - Jardin De La Croix Album - Pomeroy [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2008 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock, Math-rock Tracklist 01 – Polyhedron 02 – Jesse Harding 03 – Suomi 04 – Boston Steamer 05 – Antioquia 06 – Synaesthesis -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FREE DOWNLOAD Jardin De La Croix - Pomeroy -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommendations: Dinner | Russian Circles | Gholas | Krobak | Mouth Of The Architect -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Jardin De La Croix --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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