Turing Machine

Definitely one for the books – an essential catalog piece for any listener of Math Rock. It’s a relatively old band by the name of Turing Machine, and it’s gonna blow you away if you haven’t heard it already.


Incredible jazzy tunes. Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i1Ud7wRtmAc


New POLes, as dissonant and awesome as ever https://poles.bandcamp.com/album/pamplemoustique-ep-2014-extrait

Tarantula Head

Who’da thunk a band by this name would have odd, genre melting music?http://tarantulahead.bandcamp.com/

An Aesthetic Anaesthetic

Wonderful thinking music. Reminiscent of some of the guys that got me into math rock (Loose Lips, GIRAFFES? GIRAFFES!, etc)http://anaestheticanaesthetic.bandcamp.com/track/your-fake-laughter-is-not-amusing

Jammy Math Band – QunQ

Encapsulating jammy, melancholy math noise with vocals.http://qunq.bandcamp.com/album/desolation-row-revisited

Colours – New Songs

http://colourssk.bandcamp.com/ Great new songs by Colours. If you’re not aware of them, become aware.

Soft Instrumental Math Rock – Calm and Clear by Via Luna

Great instrumental math, soft and calm. http://vialuna.bandcamp.com/album/calm-and-clear/

Math Rock Mix 4

Math-rock Mix 4! These are all bands that I listened to before or right as I was starting this blog, from long ago. It’s an hour and 15 minutes, enjoy.

OBSTCLS – A band that knows no vowels

Fun complex rhythms that change frequently http://obstcls.bandcamp.com/releases . But that’s what you came here for