Taking over the Post Rock label

I’m kinda breaking with the Prog culture.

Lately I’ve seen a snobbish attitude from Prog community, and I don’t identify with that.

I’ve always understood the Prog as a kind of umbrella covering any experimental or highbrow song, but I realised the community sees it differently. The so-called proggers are calling “Prog” only virtuous players, disdaining the composition, arrangement, and experimentation stages.

Since I love trying unusual textures and riffs, I’m not afraid of electronic sounds, and I deviate from the traditional rock structures, I identify with Post Rock too. So I’m shifting the label.

Hereafter I’m replacing the Prog references with Post Rock views. You might notice it in pictures and texts I use. The sound has no change (it has always been Post Rock).