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  1. You Are Here Now
    by Heron
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    Drop Drop
  2. Origins
    by White Ward
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    Walls MMXV Walls MMXV
  3. Apophenia
    by Glasgow Coma Scale
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    Syntagma Syntagma
  4. Solstice
    by Astralia
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    Exhale Exhale
    Solstice is even better than Atlas. Thats crystal clear after the first couple of runs and Atlas was a very fine record. Better songs, improved songwriting, the sound is more crisp and powerful this time and you can hear every note of Igor Elgris celebrating his fantastic and groovy bass play. Listening to this record is like attending an Astralia show with great sound. It's like you're there. Post-Rock the way it should be. Without a doubt my favorite Record of 2017 so far.
  5. Elegeia
    by Faltre
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    Failure is an Orphan... Failure is an Orphan...
    One of Post-Rocks best hidden secrets from 2016 so far. Faltre deliver powerful and heavy Post-Rock with crunchy guitars, heavy drums and very clever arranged songs. I haven't heard such a great and unique musical mixture of Post-Rock, Post-Metal, Doom and Post-Hardcore in 2016 before. Totally unbelievable that this is the Bands first release. Everything is top notch on this record from the fantastic songwriting, to the production, the Artwork and the listening experience itself. And look at the marvellous Double Vinyl Release of this album with the extra special artwork. Go and get this outstanding release from this german outfit right now. This will truly blow you away.
  6. Picturing A Sense Of Loss
    by DEADWOOD
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    Ending Circles Ending Circles
    Deadwood have the ability to use the best parts of Post-Black Metal, Ambient and Post-Rock to create beautiful, moving and mournful music that is equally ferocious and intense.

    If you can imagine a brilliant and unique musical mixture in the vein of Deafheaven’s „Sunbather“, Alcest’s „Écailles de Lune“ & Lantlôs „Neon“ than you MUST hear this.
  7. Mourning Cloak
    by Underdark
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    With Bruised & Bloodied Feet With Bruised & Bloodied Feet
    This Band might not be to well known so far but this should change with Mourning Cloak. Take the best parts of Deafheaven and Heaven in her arms and add some extra brutality and you will get an idea how these guys sound. Mourning Cloak delivers a unique blend of Black-Metal, Post-Black Metal and Screamo. If you listen careful you will discover the most beautiful and epic melodies that are perfectly woven into the fast parts. Also available on white vinyl through Sell Your Sell Records. Get this wonderful album now...
  8. Shipwrecks (EP)
    by Shipwrecks
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    El Rumpelstilzo El Rumpelstilzo
    Hearing the EP was love at first listen. This Post-Rock Band has the ability to deliver classic, melodic Post-Rock but with the sense of hooks and melodies that will make their songs to stay in your head/ears for a long time. Standout music with melodies for eternity. I rate this and especially their Song "El Rumpelstilzo" in one league with this years releases from Spurv, April Rain, Caspian and alike. Seriously - it's that stunning ! Bring on some vinyl of this please, will buy it in a second.
  9. Dawn
    by George Will
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    Aeon Aeon
  10. EP 2017
    by Those Who Dream By Day
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    First First
  11. Human Instrumentality
    by Wayward Bound
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    Second Impact Second Impact
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