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>Cinematic drone, avant-garde, post-rock
>experimental pop / electroclash
>chiptune / digital chaos
Cassettes available now!
Ralph Danger - Flail
>some psychedelic textures, dream pop influence, electronic singer songwriter
>Guitar stuff with electronic stuff
>lo-fi dark acoustic pop with occasional guitar loops, chord organ, harmonica, harmonies
>themes like relationships, gender, faith, and escapism
>dreamwave, ambient chillwave, =D, ;-)
greater escapes is really growing on me, getting a depressedly vibe from it at times. Queen of Me is goat
dude i listened to all cities flashing for the first time the other day and loved it. i'd totally cop a cassette if the shipping wasn't so wild and i wasn't near broke right now
listening to this right now, it's more eclectic than i expected it to be. your vocal delivery could be a little bit more breathy and less straightforward imo, but your production is really cool.
always love your stuff man, recommended
thanks man! i love your stuff too, love the smoothed out production of it all
Ey thanks! Had your stuff a while, living in Merry olde England it costs a load to ship to outside Europe, wish it could be cheaper but I actually lose money shipping to America!
>lofi, bedroom pop, folk
>experimental electronica, post-punk
>electronic, ambient, experimental, droney soundscapes, noisy
Alternating long and short songs. Emphasis on texture and immersion.
>electronic, experimental, ambient, bass music, chillwave, 808, sampling
>bedroom pop, new EP
>a joke, some rapping, some outtakes, some goofy joke songs, a concept album about the aftermath of being stood up by Wario at a school dance
I'll post this one more time before I shut up.
>hip hop chillwave hawaii jazz
>shoe gays, post-rock, ambient, reverbcore, crescendocore
Any feedback or constructive criticism is appreciated!
Also, for anyone who has self-released: is it smarter to do a small run (100) of CDs or cassettes? They're about the same price but I don't know which will sell more, if I put them up for the same price.
>chill 808 stuff with guitar
>instrumental hip-hop, dull beats
>music for people of darker, angrier, melancholic nature
>Noise Pop, Shoegaze, Dream Pop
>post-rock, instrumental, drone, folk
>lo-fi(ish) indiepunx tweepunk whateverfolk
just recorded/made this over the last few days. it's fun
i wonder if people hated it last bandcamp thread
so here again is my broken up band http://substitutecongress.bandcamp.com/album/substitute-congress-on-the-beach
dude been meaning to tell you how much i love all cities, that shit is the jams
i like it
this was also very good
thanks. going home is my favorite on yours, i just wish it was louder! hard to hear thru speakers at the moment. girl in your band has a fantastic voice also.
>guitar rock, 60s/90s pop
i really dug it man, of course ima sucker for weird not super harmonically correct stuff, so take it with a grain of salt
i like half like it, some songs are great, some are eh, either way keep doing your thing because the production and band is pretty tight
really liked this one but like i told the other guy im really biased
I liked candy crush, but the remixes were meh, then click rip ep and was dissapointed, i think your discography is too hard for me to navigate
of course i am an idiot so it makes sense
Possibly my favourite BC artist. You're always moving in new directions. I just wish you'd done another album like The King Of All The Kids, the concept was just terrific. It was like a childhood nightmare in audble form.
I really like the raw sound you guys have. I got that very album pictured a few months ago, it's just terrific.
Vol 1 is pop-rock and Vol 2 is post-music with black metal influence. We're releasing it as a 2CD box set in a few months via Satanica Records and a possible vinyl release through a Ukranian label.
>guitar-pop, punk rhythms, jazz voicings
How do I keep making music? I feel unmotivated, even though I think I've improved a lot.
When I'm at work I think about going home and making music, but when I get home I just do other stuff.
>feels-tinged power pop, indie rock, some three part harmonies (if you're into that kind of stuff)
Debut release, hope you like it, download it if you enjoyed it, blahblahblah etc.
I knew I'd love this before I listened to it. I was right.
>Emo Space Folk
Put out two new 5 song EP's, both with very different feels to them.
Also recc'ing >>48898603
>post-rock, shoegaze, dreampop, ambient(lolgenericgenrename)
>garage punk, bits of shoegaze
this is ace i love how present the vocals are and the production's proper tight
Just dropped this today
>LOFI hiphop beats/loops
hmu if you want a free copy
first track is up!
any feedback is awesome
>Indie improv, stoner noise
We've done three albums so far, all as horrific as the last.
Already posted but I just uploaded a new song. Feedback would be great. This is not unlike my other project Terre Noire's "The Greatest Funeral" for those familiar.
>no-wave, avant-garde, experimental electronica, 17/16 time signature
noisy fast food ambient k-mart beats
This is dope!
>WARNING: To listen to this album properly, set the entire album on shuffle, with a crossfade of 5 or 6 seconds between tracks. For maximum listening pleasure, drop it into a playlist or folder with the NONE OF THIS IS REAL base album.
dude, that's some mindbendingly nasty stuff. i'm really digging the breaks-mangling on dead analogue // devil magicks especially. i've never heard of e-grind, is it basically just grindcore made with electronics?
you know, i stumbled upon a huge collection of lo-fi black tapes recently so i've been compiling some new and not-released old stuff of mine for a noise/beats tape along these lines, actually. that's quite a ways off, though.
i mean, you can also listen to it from beginning to end normally but then it's just a beat tape...with sketches
Utterly bizarre, I particularly liked the contrast between the lo-fi sounding drums and the 'bell'-like sound effect from 1:10 onwards with the brief glitches that swayed the track's momentum
> glitch, acoustic, avant-garde, out-there
> every album is different
this is fun - great mix of smooth and harsh textures. Each song stays fresh and interesting. Fantastic! 8/10
sounds a little flat. Maybe use a bit more range in production?
definitely emo - interesting synth - nice balance between voice and synth - the tempo drags as tho it were doom metal - nice
Lovin' this. You obviously don't give a fuck. Keep it that way. However, some recordings are annoyingly quiet.
dope as fuck.
>i've never heard of e-grind, is it basically just grindcore made with electronics?
I think so, e-grind is just what Jay from grindcorekaraoke tags everything that he posts on that page.
>i stumbled upon a huge collection of lo-fi black tapes recently so i've been compiling some new and not-released old stuff of mine for a noise/beats tape along these lines
Dope, I already bookmarked yer page to grab a tape or two when I get the funds. Planning to do tapes of my own eventually. I'm getting some printed but it's costing me way more than I think it should, got to find some second hand stuff.
>Dream Jangle, Shoegaze, pop
>noise, field recordings, power electronics
Working on my next album right now. A lot less noise and a lot more drums/electronic stuff alongside field recordings manipulated to hell and whatnot.
all the tapes i use now are recycled from old tapes, either just straight-up old tapes taped over or tape stock salvaged and put in new cases, and recorded using two boomboxes (one of which is close to taking a shit and dying). i also printed the labels with some stuff from this religious place where my mom works. it's a pain but it keeps prices low so i don't end up charging like 9 bucks for a tape or something crazy.
Some strange ambient stuff. https://rootlife.bandcamp.com/releases
>blues / jazz jamming
teenagers messing around in a music store after hours gets you this.
oh shit - the time in this is fucking awesome. Utterly fucked up, but it swings like a motherfucker. Ever get into Nancarrow? Really, really neat. Again - great contrast between clean and harsh sounds.
How are you doing the drums? I love the range that you're getting.
Something for almost everyone
>Brion gysin poetry
Hopefully someone can give me feedback, I'll give feedback to keep the thread from being shitty
Youtube for now, not gonna bother with setting up a bandcamp until after I have more tracks recorded/actually mastered
But any feedback is much appreciated
Cheers for listening, man. Just listening to some of your stuff now and it's fucking rad, how are you guys doing it live with just two members? just guitars and drums or something?
>autist funk, has a following in Senegal
Damn dude, Greater Escapes is real good. Recommending highly.
This is also awesome. Catchy songwriting, nice guitar textures and the vocals give the songs a neat new-wavey quality.
>folk, lofi, pop, cassette label
shit i just copped the cassette of this and i just feel hugely compelled to post it here for him now that he doesn't post in these threads
jesus this is a good record. i love how the first half is so unmelodic and percussion-oriented then from patrick air force base and on (there's a bonus track) it's more melodic. the mood-shift is just pulled off so well. he really did make something special with this.
>It's BSOFD Time
>Go to bed Jimmy
>Doom metal/Stoner Doom
>electronic dream pop, drum machines, synths, vocoded vocals and lots of reverb
>electronic, ambient, dance, noise, rock
>conceptual mix of doom metal, shoegaze, and ambient with some prog. influence
>80's style hardcore punk with a female vocalist, very distorted bass, and thunderous drums
>very heavy and doomy punk
Ambient and noise
I just finished a music video for them, you can check that out here:
If you're interested in me editing a video for you contact me through:
Nuclear Wake Up Call
Punk Rock / Pop-Punk
First full record coming out in a month!
we're starting to play a decent amount of live gigs!
Port Of Saints.
>Folk Rock, Garage, Americana, Punk, Lofi
Over the course of three months we've written and recorded three albums, each a different take on the folk genre.
>dark ambient, power electronics, noise
avant-garde, drone, experimental, industrial
>vidya ost, trip-hop, spacey stuff, post-rock
>heavy experimental noise rock electronic no wave industrial etc etc
>Glitch, DnB, Ambient, Breakcore, Chiptunes
Just released an hour long Dark Ambient album.
I honestly could not tell you what the hell I make.
>experimental psychedelic dreamjazz
>gonna try and listen to as much as I can and give feedback to people.
>i honestly could not tell you what I make
you have my attention.
listening to return I thought it sounded neat, but then every song had the same sound, the same delay and tone. I think you need to experiment with, well, anything else cause you just wrote the same song 20 times. chill and reality were my favorites.
really digging the vibe and the aesthetic (isn't that kinda the same thing?)
the vocals were really sweet on feelsy heart, very unique. I think the instrumentation could have been developed a bit more, idk what you could have added exactly but i feel like some kind of more obvious change would have been nice, or maybe some other instruments to add a bit of contrast. even with out it though, its very cohesive, so if that's what you're going for than you're fine too.
I think Blaze fielding was my favorite track. it felt a lot more solid I guess in terms of what it was trying to be, where as feelsy heart felt like it was just testing the water. nostalgia times was a good ending song, the robotic vocals were interesting.
>Noise concept album about mental illness
theres a super high frequency sound in the first track that hangs over the recording, which at first i thought was intentional, but when it bled over the rest of the song it felt more like bad recording. I couldn't focus on the actual song as much because of this. vocals were a little lackluster but the instrumentation was good
the drums in be there need a fuller sound, as it it sounds like you're hitting paper.
your songs are definitely there, the only thing holding it back is the recording quality and some mixing and mastering. I'm probably going to add this to my work playlist cause its growing on me pretty quickly
I'm going to post a few I guess.
>Concept album about what a week sounds
>Simple piano-driven EP
>A project I've had in mind for a while about WTC
>My attempt at going back to my experimental days