Monday, 28 July 2014

Frameworks


Frameworks are a five-piece post-hardcore/screamo/melodic hardcore band from Gainesville, Florida that formed in 2011. They just put out their first full-length this year, Loom, on Topshelf Records, and holy shit is it good. The band blends harsh, screamed vocals with intricate instrumental parts, using both clean arpeggios as well as distorted climaxes. The band uses the perfect balance of dissonance and melody, creating dynamic songs that go in many different directions. Fans of modern bands such as Pianos Become The Teeth,  The Saddest Landscape, We Were Skeletons, Tiny Moving Parts, Old Gray, Prawn, Caravels and Native need to check out Frameworks. They certainly stand out as far as modern post-hardcore/screamo goes, and all their work so far has been mind-blowing. Enjoy.

1. Tile Floors
2. Ceilings
3. April
4. Rosebuds
5. Our Fragile Intakes

1. Ida
2. Sewn
3. Model Homes
4. Old Chokes

1. Kittyhawk - Daily Dodger
2. Kittyhawk - Food Fight
3. Prawn - Nerves
4. Prawn - Laki
5. Droughts - Deaf Grin
6. Droughts - Financed Furniture
7. Frameworks - Presomnal
8. Frameworks - Preamble

1. Disquiet
2. Loom
3. Mutual Collision
4. True Wealth
5. Splinters
6. Rosie
7. Bright And New
8. Affordance
9. Familiar Haze
10. Autonomy
11. Agreeable Thoughts

1. Frameworks - Fell In Love With A Girl (The White Stripes cover)
2. The Saddest Landscape - Burning Fight (Inside Out cover)

1. Worn Out
2. Time Spent

1. Fear Of Missing Out
2. Smother
3. Peculiar People
4. Purge
5. Song Of Myself
6. Tinnitus
7. Marathon
8. Interlude
9. Trite
10. Tangled
11. The New Narcissistic American Dream

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