#1
Pretty simple question, I quite often hear the term math rock being used lately, and I'm curious, what makes something math rock
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#5
an easy way of looking at it would be messure timeing. say the rhthem guitar is in 3/4, drums in 4/4, and bass in 5/4. this is just one way of looking at it.
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When the drums are in 14/2, the guitar in 35.8/46, bass in 7/4, and singer in 3/4.
And the pianist is in 5/0
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#9
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When the drums are in 14/2, the guitar in 35.8/46, bass in 7/4, and singer in 3/4.



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#11
Listen to Minus the Bear

It is basically indie/ modern rock with more complex time signatures/ jazz influences/ more complicated phrasing/ etc.
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#12
I always thought 65DoS were Math Rock, but they seem to spend most of their time in 4/4. Same with Mute Math.

Ah well. They are both rather good.
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#13
I've never heard of "math-rock" but you could try some mathCORE

its like that but way WAY better!
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