I've head quite the number of post-rock discussions last week at work. From whether Godspeed You! Black Emperor are probably the sickest band ever, through tickets of Explosions In The Sky being sold out and all the way to my introduction to Wess Meets Wests' music.
That kind of felt like a good timing for the next post-rock playlist, which turned out more quite mellow/darker than I intended to, but seriously below are some tracks and artists which are just pure memories. Depending on the setting/mood in which you listen to this, I hope it touches the right senses.
That The American Dollar / Hammock combo is just staggering emotionally, but so beautiful. That 2nd "Andalusia" track, as sad it is, is the single most powerful reason to love music. It may sound, but that music is actually the embodiment of quietness. Perfect setting for when one needs to step away from the here and now for a bit or needs to reflect on whatever's happening in life. Reminded me of this quote.
Everybody should be quiet near a little stream and listen