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Do Make Say Think
Stubborn Persistent Illusions

The first album in eight years from this long running Toronto collective. Now in their third decade, the group have created a critically acclaimed back catalogue and have become one of the most venerated names in the post rock canon. Stubborn Persistent Illusions is another example of the bands DIY ethos all recorded and produced t...view item »

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And Yet And Yet

Also quite liked the Do Make Say Think LP but to me it wasn't enormously different to the others. But then I did only get chance to play it once this week. And Yet And Yet And yet is yet more experimental instumental guitar post rock stuff for you... They do it very well too.... bless.... ...view item »

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Other Truths

Do Make Say Think kick their new one off with one of their best tunes to date in 'Do' (the other tracks are called 'Make', 'Say' and 'Think'.. Yeah, I know). It's quite the little rocker, sporting chugging guitars and a cheeky little riff that keeps popping up like a persistent wee meerkat who just won't stay dead. It's quite poppy actually, remind...view item »

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Winter Hymn Country Hymn Secret Hymn

Do Make Say Think are my favourite of the Constellation bands. They avoid the unrelenting pomposity of your Godspeeds but have the melodic and arranging know-how to create records that are varied, emotional and huge in scope. Being a wanker muso, I'd say that the best thing about this record are the...view item »

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You, You're A History In The Rust

Now DO MAKE SAY THINK with their new album You, You're A History In Rust. They make complex rhythmic patterned music with a whole host of instruments. Now on their 5th album they certainly don't sound rusty with chipper drum patterns supporting organically growing waves of music. Song based but instrumental it makes for a pleasurable af...view item »

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Goodbye Enemy Airship

The best DMST doesn't exist, because you need to select a few instead of just one, but this would be one of the albums of theirs I'd pick first. Hard to believe this is 17 years old, even in the midst of the post-rock craze, this still holds up on its own because they were/are the best at it (even more so than gy!be, there, I said it). As said i...view item »

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Do Make Say Think

Do Make Say Think have a sound somewhere between Tortoise and Godspeed You Black Emperor! If that sounds appealing to you, pick this up. Heck, even if it doesn't. Do Make Say Think write brilliant songs and they play them even better. You could almost call this al...view item »