Genre: british post-rockPlay genre
British post-rock is a genre of instrumental rock music that emerged in the late 1990s and early 2000s. It is characterized by its use of atmospheric and experimental sounds, complex song structures, and a lack of vocals. The genre often incorporates elements of electronic music, classical music, and jazz. It is known for its emotional and cinematic qualities, with many songs building to epic climaxes. Bands in this genre often use a variety of instruments, including guitars, drums, keyboards, and strings.