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Echo Location

by Magna

Instrumental post-rock progressive experimental
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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1. Watermelon-Sized Grape
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2. De La Guerra
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3. Folferetic
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4. Omega
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5. Jem
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MAGNA is the happy accident of four friends with a desire to create music that is distinctly melodic, intensely expressive whether loud or quiet, and emotionally charged. As a result of years of experience playing in various combinations with different groups, the band comfortably came together to experiment with obscure tunings, uncommon time signatures, and progressive songwriting structures in an instrumental format. They play without boundaries or adherence to artistic stylization, and continue to evolve the idea of what instrumental rock music can be.


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Jason P Moore

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I\'ve only been on this \"Post Rock\" binge for a year or so now, much longer, actually. That\'s just when I realized the genre. Anyway, this music is true art. Made with regards toward creative instinct and integrity.