History Main / MathRock

3rd May '16 2:51:20 PM aye_amber
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* UrExample: NoMeansNo are an obvious antecedant to the genre, but aren't usually considered part of it proper, and predate bands like Music/{{Slint}}, Crain, Dazzling Killmen and Bastro by a number of years.

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* UrExample: NoMeansNo [=NoMeansNo=] are an obvious antecedant antecedent to the genre, but aren't usually considered part of it proper, and predate bands like Music/{{Slint}}, Crain, Dazzling Killmen and Bastro by a number of years.
17th Apr '16 2:03:39 PM aye_amber
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* Music/NinetyDayMen
29th Mar '16 10:07:21 AM Wint
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* UncommonTime: Very common, to the point of being considered a defining characteristic of the genre.

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* UncommonTime: Very common, to the point of being considered a defining characteristic of the genre. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nBgQPSUTWVM This video]] is a great example of this trope.
28th Dec '15 4:23:44 AM Morgenthaler
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The genre started in several different places - Chicago had Bastro and Shellac (a SteveAlbini project), for example, while Pittsburgh sported Don Caballero, San Diego had Antioch Arrow and Drive Like Jehu, and Washington DC offered Shudder to Think and Jawbox. Other places had groups as well, such as Chapel Hill, North Carolina's Polvo and Louisville featured math rock/[[PostRock post-rock]] legends Slint, who released the classic album ''Spiderland'' in 1991. New York also sported math rock pioneers Chavez.

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The genre started in several different places - Chicago had Bastro and Shellac (a SteveAlbini Music/SteveAlbini project), for example, while Pittsburgh sported Don Caballero, San Diego had Antioch Arrow and Drive Like Jehu, and Washington DC offered Shudder to Think and Jawbox. Other places had groups as well, such as Chapel Hill, North Carolina's Polvo and Louisville featured math rock/[[PostRock post-rock]] legends Slint, who released the classic album ''Spiderland'' in 1991. New York also sported math rock pioneers Chavez.
27th Dec '15 1:10:23 PM Papercut1
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* Music/{{Marmozets}} (one of the heavier bands on this list)



* PerishingAltRockVOice: Common in the genre, but not universal.

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* PerishingAltRockVOice: PerishingAltRockVoice: Common in the genre, but not universal.
18th Dec '15 4:28:13 PM CassandraLeo
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* Music/TheFallOfTroy, mixed with PostHardcore and ProgressiveRock
30th Sep '15 9:48:29 PM sharkcrap11
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Primary Stylistic Influences:
+ PostHardcore, NoiseRock, ProgressiveRock
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Secondary Stylistic Influences:
+ some bands influences by HardcorePunk, HeavyMetal and HardRock
]
27th Aug '15 11:06:56 PM Neleton
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* Music/{{PrettyAndNice}], although it's more like math pop.

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* Music/{{PrettyAndNice}], Music/PrettyAndNice, although it's more like closer to math pop.
27th Aug '15 11:06:03 PM Neleton
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27th Aug '15 11:05:55 PM Neleton
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* Music/{{PrettyAndNice}], although it's more like math pop.
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