#1
I need some sweet hardcore songs with some sweet jazz breaks or jazz influence. I know Dillinger Escape Plan and The Number Twelve Looks Like You does it, I just don't know songs or other bands. The best example I can give is a lot of early Candiria stuff, so just recommend stuff like that.
#3
Yakuza - Obscurity
Pretty much any Yakuza song has a couple good jazz breaks in it, but this one has some really good ones.
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#4
Soilent Green. They change styles alot.


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#5
neither are hardcore but both are delicious

War From A Harlots Mouth - How To Disconnect From Your Social Surrounding In Half An Hour
Time Has Come - Menschenfeind

i'll have to check for more, but i shall return
#9
It's called mathcore..but

Some Girls
Psyopus
Into the Moat
Dillenger Escape Plan
the number twelve looks like you
Heavy Heavy Low Low
Tugnut
As The Sun Sets
From A Second Story Window - has some mathcore-ish songs
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#10
Quote by zayG
It's called mathcore..but

Some Girls
Psyopus
Into the Moat
Dillenger Escape Plan
the number twelve looks like you
Heavy Heavy Low Low
Tugnut
As The Sun Sets
From A Second Story Window - has some mathcore-ish songs


Hardcore with jazz interludes is not necessarily mathcore...
#11
^true, i think mathcore just sounds awful anyways, like the name. but yeah....Chubby is right. Because Time Has Come or War From Harlot are nothing close to mathcore. So yeah, not everything jazzy and hardcore is called mathcore. K? thanks
#12
Quote by zayG
It's called mathcore..but

Some Girls
Psyopus
Into the Moat
Dillenger Escape Plan
the number twelve looks like you
Heavy Heavy Low Low
Tugnut
As The Sun Sets
From A Second Story Window - has some mathcore-ish songs

There is nothing really jazzy about any of those bands besides the ones already mentioned.
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#13
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psyopus. they are insane))
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#15
Vincent Price's Orphan Powered Death Machine
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#17
Oh yeah, I forgot Psyopus & of Course Dillinger was a given. I can't beleive how technical Psyopus is, even moreso than Soilent Green (check 'em out though.)
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#20
Quote by kevinm4435
Anything with Greg Ginn


damn, beat me to it
anyway
black flag mainly i think is what he should check out

they're old school hardcore punk with a big free jazz influence on the soloing...greg ginn said he prefered listening to jazz horn sections over anything with guitars, and henry rollins compared his playing to jazz artists like ornette coleman...
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#21
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Oh yeah, I forgot Psyopus & of Course Dillinger was a given. I can't beleive how technical Psyopus is, even moreso than Soilent Green (check 'em out though.)


Although they are technical i cant help but feel the guy has just put a group of finger exercises together.
#22
Quote by laxcountry07
into the moat maybe
im very tired


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Into The Moat have some pretty jazzy stuff.

Also check out See You Next Tuesday, although they're not as jazz influenced, and A Small Town Murder.
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#23
Lye By Mistake has huge jazz influence. I know they were mentioned earlier. They also somehow mix in stuff like spanish flamenco, easy-listening and electronic stuff in.

Saw them live once...blew my mind.
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#24
Quote by laxcountry07
into the moat maybe
im very tired


im from the same city as into the moat, just saw them the other night. they are amazing
#25
A Textbook Tragedy have definite jazz influence.

Another one is The Great Redneck Hope