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by Motionless

Expressive instrumental rock for fans of Mogwai & Do Make Say Think. Dynamic soundscapes range from ambient to cacophonous, from dirge to post-punk.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. She Got Lost In The Observatory
7:49 album only
2. Nature Unveiling Herself To Science
5:53 album only
3. Winter Heat
5:21 album only
4. Bury The New Sea
4:59 album only
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Album Notes
At 4 tracks and just under 25 minutes, Motionless' self-titled EP is a bit of a departure from The Windmill-era material... but change can be a good thing! Returning is the core instrumentation of guitar/piano/drums, once again joined by a spatter of violin, and newly accessorized by acoustic accoutrements of chimes, bells, banjos, and field recordings. Each of the 4 tracks presents a new season of the band, ranging from the aggressive post-punk of "Nature Unveiling Herself to Science" to the acoustic and lullabied outro "Bury The New Sea".



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James Wilks

Good, varied post-rock
There's a nice variety of styles and sounds on Motionless' self-titled EP. "She Got Lost In The Observatory" is a nice slice of shoegazey post-rock, similar to bands like Explosions In The Sky. "Nature Unveiling Herself To Science" is a lot heavier, with elements of post-punk, and some pretty raucous guitars towards the end. "Winter Heat" is my favorite track. It's similar to the first track, but it features even more spacey guitar. The name is perfect too. It does have a "wintery" feeling to it, yet also a feeling of warmth. "Bury The New Sea" is essentially a lullaby that features banjo, and is a nice way to end the EP. All in all, this is a very good collection of post-rock, with different styles that everyone can appreciate.

claudia hinz

For me it is a very good sound and i like very much