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2012-08-15 12:35:46 UTC

[ Commissure ] is a four piece outfit from San Francisco, California United States. Self describe Low-fi bedroom rockers, Commissure are reminiscent of artists such as [ MOGWAI ] ~ [ MONO ] ~ [ RED SPAROWES ] ~ [ Wang Wen ] and many more with their heavy syncopation, slow builds, and amazing crescendos.

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2010 - Night / Day [ EP ] 2012 - Unknown Realizations: It's In Our Heads, We Just Don't Know.

[ Commissure ] 2009 release “Stars Could Care Less” is predominantly a post-rock album, albeit a very good one on all instrumental facet, Commissure conception is reliant on the experience given by the album/music itself. In accordance to it being a simple movement or a complex one for that matter, the music emotionally take you from one place to somewhere only Commissure can respectively attain and they’ve accomplished that bit on “Stars Could Care Less”. No doubt about that.

Moving forward about a year later [ Commissure ] released a two track EP title “Night/Day”. These two songs were intended to be put out as a split vinyl with [ ordstro ] but that project somehow dissolved in thin air and never happened. Two years later the band now introduces us with their latest work “Unknown Realization; It’s In Our Heads, We Don’t Know”.

Second full length from San Francisco Leading groups [ Commissure ] and as much as I dig the previous debut album and EP this new title is a real grower. Since [ Commissure ] comes as a package deal and ready to blow some serious noises we not going to do a track by track write-up. The entire album from start to the dead end holds some real sonic noises along with the influence of a mini orchestra and structured with all the cannons that usually accompanies the genre. It’s rather clear the band wants to convey a message but what’s the message all about… that is up to the listeners to decipher.

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Artist - Commissure Album - Unknown Realizations: It's In Our Heads, We Just Don't Know. Release Date - 2012 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock, Experimental, Mini Orchestra, [ DO NOT SKIP IT ] Tracklist 1. think happy thoughts x3. 05:07 2. limerence. 06:10 3. ike. 08:23 4. destroyers. 05:34 5. necklace. 03:01 6. beautifully blurry. 07:42 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Commissure - Unknown Realizations: It's In Our Heads, We Just Don't Know. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - Commissure Album - Night / Day "EP" [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2010 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock [ EXCELLENT FOLLOW UP ] Tracklist 1. having everything to do with nothing. 03:39 2. destroyers. 05:45 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Commissure - Night / Day "EP" -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - Commissure Album - Stars Could Care Less [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2009 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock [ EPIC DEBUT ALBUM ] Tracklist 01 - Metaphysics 02 - Apeechicoo 03 - 1249 04 - Midnight 40s with patti mayonnaise 05 - Bring your medicine 06 - Red ledges 07 - Calotypes 08 - Extensions -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Commissure - Stars Could Care Less -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommendations: Hu Tinghao [ 胡廷浩 ] ~ Selfkill – 雨停了以后 ~ Hualun ~ oNEwAY ~ Various - Post-rock -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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