French post-rock project created by Mathieu Artu. One RQTN song was stolen by Peruvian band Höstkänslor for a debut album called Fear Reality. The musician was later caught and fined 2000 euros for copyright infringment and disallowed to join many labels.
Followed by Ghosts is an instrumental band from Iowa, United States. Drawing influences from post-rock innovators Godspeed You! Black Emperor and Explosions In The Sky, they have created their own melodic brand of instrumental guitar rock.
The Danish "Instrumental Music Noir" band My Beloved was formed around 1996-1997 in Copenhagen by guitarist Iver Ask Overgaard, drummer Danny Søndergaard, bass player Zani Talevski and pianist/synth-player Lars Kivig. Their debut-album simply called "THE ALBUM" was released in 2000 and includes nine tracks plus a bonus live track recording of Germany in Ungdomshuset in november 1999.
Dorena is a post-rock band formed in 2007 by 5 guys spread around the city of Gothenburg, Sweden. The members have played together in various constellations since they were in middle class. Before starting Dorena in the fall of 2007, four of the five members were in a screamo band. When the singer decided to leave, Kim started to play guitar and Simon took over the bass.
Glowworm is a Portland, OR based band, started in 2006 by Kevin Davis and Jesse Robert W.
The Coachlight Woods is Glowworm's first full length LP, and was self released in the U.S. on March 4th of '08. Previously, the band released a split "7 with Sylven on Other Electricities records.
Lowercase Noises is the musical brainchild of Andy Othling, a multi-instrumentalist, producer and artist from Albuquerque, NM. All programming and composition on Lowercase Noises' albums are performed by Andy, with exception of the occasional guest musician or vocalist.
Beware of Safety, commonly abbreviated as BoS, is an instrumental post-rock band from Los Angeles, California. The band plays sprawling, instrumental rock that could be classified as post-metal, post-rock, and even math rock at some points. They have released 4 albums and 1 split 7" to date
Chicago-based To Destroy A City was formed after Andrew Welch (drums/synths/programming), Jeff Anderson (guitar/keyboards), and Michael Marshall (guitar) met through various iterations of previous musical projects. When the three finally sat down together in the summer of 2010, they moved quickly, writing and recording their debut within a year's time.