The term post-rock was first used by Simon Reynolds, a writer for the Wire magazine. As it is said around here (including the brother node post rock), post-rock simply sucks as trying to define what is it. As now, it is just a label for a series of bands: For me, post-rocks means freedom of form and expression in modern popular music. It is like saying "our musical heritage will always be everything that has been done before", so let's start from a clean perspective.

Apart from that, and certain attitude, post-rock can be almost everything... (is everything a post-forum?)