New Bandcamp Thread, the last one has been dead for a while now. I'll start:
I just released this so some feedback would be nice!
Fuck it I'm in
>death pop / chiptune / electroclash / dance-punk
Checking out now OP
New stuff is very different for me, it's like chaotic minimalism, moving even further away from the typical vaporwave sound, almost exclusively like, dark-drone or something now. Good to see you growing as an artist!
>experimental, bunda, lo-fi, psychedelia, Brazil
If anyone ever wonders what synth I use on the first track, it's a toy synth from the late 90s/early 00s called Keyboard 270.
Still have some Cd's left!
I'm slowly but surely working on some new stuff and there's a compilation coming out soon by my label with a new song from me on it.
That sucks man. I'm Dutch so unless you are too I don't think there's any use in linking you where I had mine pressed, but here I go anyway:
these are really cool, check them out if you have not yet
>lofi, bedroom pop, lyrics about being a piece of shit
>electronica, some glitch hop, beats
My next album: "Fractured Memories From a Past Life I Don't Quite Remember" will be out December 2nd.
Like me on Facebook here: /cashewmusic
All very good! Check out these Bandcamps as well:
>experimental hip hop
>glitchy folk pop
>instrumental hip hop
>Post-dubstep, Breakbeat, Ambient, World
Got some feedback about what elements I should stick to, so I'm working on an ambient/droney style of electronic.
Checking out right now. Seems pretty cool.
>atmospheric/minimalist folk, some freak folk
Thanks for listenin and downloadin guys
>ambient, beats, experimental,
>trippy psych with a heavy alt rock twist
my bands first EP :)
>electronic, ambient, experimental, droney soundscapes, noisy, IDM
Alternating long and short songs. Emphasis on texture and immersion.
Other works include a droney single, an ambient EP, and an IDMish EP.
New album done, waiting on artwork
>Electronic, ambient/trap/house influences, reverb heavy, light and 808-less for the most part
>A 7 track concept album and a 4 track EP
Would appreciate feedback, or mixing/sound design tips. Don't hold back, I want to get better.
>Plunderphonics, Vapoewave, Ambient at times
>7 songs, 24 minutes
>Only one last.fm listener (me)
Just two songs but it's really fucking dope. It gives me an Animal Collective vibe, just that weird feel good shit.
My good friend that always outdoes me in terms of recognition on these threads and rightfully so because this is quality shit
Really good shit, great production, really relaxing stuff
I scrobble myself on lastfm too, haha. I'll be your second last.fm listener cuz this is good shit. Really good production for something labeled as "bedroom pop". I like the vocals and I'm jealous of your guitar tone coming from a jazz big band guitarist who can't get a good tone in anything I'm actually audible in.
>Been best described as "Evil Japanese
Arcade Racer Music" and "A prediction of what the future of music will sound like made in 1982". A mix of various electronic genres with a retro vibe.
If you like Beck or Captain Beefheart, or anything else intentionally bizarre, check it out
definetly reccing these guys
>chillwave // dreampop // synthpop // glo-fi
Thanks for the downloads, and listens guys :)
>piano solo, ambient, orchestral
>for fans of Nils Frahm, Claude Debussy, Ryichi Sakamoto
>Lo-fi, acoustic, not to be taken terribly seriously
>Has a song from You're Living All Over Me, so maybe you guys won't hate it
>nature & water sounds
> lo fi analog electronic, conceptual albums until death
> dropping a couple albums next year, the main one being a combination album and novel
t-shirts soon, but they ain't yr regular shirts
>cover album, shoegaze, emo, post-punk, alternative, jangle
>experimental guitar bits
Very unique stuff, I'm really digging the atmosphere of this project. Definitely something I haven't heard before.
Have probably said before but your stuff is really cool. Recommended.
Cool stuff, it really caught me off guard when it all came together. At some points it sounded a bit off-tempo and mismatched, but I really liked how it was drawn together over time.
Vaguely reminds me of bands like Saxon Shore or Lymbyc Systym. Love the soundscapes.
Better than I expected from anything under the "lo-fi" and "bedroom pop" description. Guitar work is especially strong.
I'm digging the ambient influence here, seriously. It sounds like the beat is almost kicking the background noises into existence at some points (if that makes sense). Keep it up.
Awesome beats and soundscapes. You clearly have a talent for production; this is some interesting, unique stuff.
Forgot the album image. =[
>Dark Ambient, Drone, Noise, Plunderphonics
>drone, ambient, kinda sad
wack stuff man. many (including me) use "experimental" to present just noise (not that that is bad), but you really went above and beyond in building strange, folky, psychedelic landscapes with your noises. it feels like it all shouldn't fit, but it combines to form this flowing sound that makes me feel like i am floating. wonderful.
out of this dark gritty ambient soundscape bursts some excellent fast paced beats. you make good use of drones by using it not only to engulf the listener, but to add to these complex rythems that you have layed out. best itt.
pulling of midi oriented music without it sounding like boring vaporwave in this age is tough, but you pull it off by using it to make some great beats that would sound bland if not for the audio limitations and great use of filters.
>stoner rock, heavy psych, doomish stuff, post-rock, forest psychedelia
>chill beats and guitar looping
Bad Uncle - Are You There God? Its Me Bad Uncle.
>gypsy folk polka punk
feel free to download these tracks /mu/ - you will generally need to return for several listens for these songs to grow on you.
>>avanced industrial, post future beats, swamp acid rock,
Days N Daze - Rogue Taxidermy
Krill - Lucky Leaves
>indie/sounds like BTS
The Dig - Midnight Flowers
>dreampop indie alt
Gut Nose - Filthy City
Volkan Akaalp - Baskin OST
>eighties electronic/disco/horror soundtrack
>Experimental noise/drone/power electronics
Each album focuses on a different general concept such as mental illness or war, all of them are free, I hope you find something you enjoy
Dada Trash Collage - Post Haste
Lorelle Meets the Obsolete - Chambers
>female fronted poppy/psychedelic shoegaze
>dark, ambient stuff.
really luv these<333
>>lounge// dreampop// r&b
My album 'Life in Technicolor' is up for free!!!
and give my newer stuff a listen!
That first song is raw as hell, that bass is so weird but so fantastic
I love your soundscapes, this is all really calming.
The Game Of Death is fucking sublime- the use of the siren is perfect. I don't love the rest of the EP quite as much but it's all good.
>Industrial, rhythmic noise, sample-based
>Not electronic, brostep music. Indie hipster bullshit the average /mu/tant would enjoy
Los Tones - Psychotropic
> stoners, noise, improv, jokes, parody, utter shit, garbage
5 albums of pure miserable hilarity
CATHEDRAL CAMP is now out!
>pop music, sometimes happy sometimes sad i suppose
also here's some other cool stuff i've been listening to recently;
>aoty, sometimes sweet sometimes punk af
>lofi, transcendental, pop
Not me but I'd like to share
>pop, folk, qt-core, you'll feel bad for using that f12 trick-core
This is some pretty good shit coming from Montréal, french vocals about 90% of the time. The dude doing the backing vocals also complements her voice very nicely. It's pretty comfy and I haven't looked into the lyrics but they're probably heartbreaking.
yo i know right?? i saw her play in brooklyn not too long ago and it was majorly cathartic. so excited for her to blow up, can't think of many other musicians that i think really deserve it more
Listen to 3 in the stink
>vaporwave >hypnagogic pop
>Dark Garage Punk Deathrock
>Lush Sounding black metal with dark snyths
>Drone sounding guitars
>freak punk,art garage,instrumental
>recent remixing of the demo,sounds way better.
Posting my garbage again.
>pisscore, mashups, autism
>mathy, psychedelicy indie rock. debut!
legitimately laughed. The indie folk guitar does not go well at all with the screaming. Neither are that bad on their own, maybe try and using some distorted ambient electric guitar and scream.
I was always holding back but I figured why the hell not.
The transition from being a nu jazz musician to trying to make beats is relatively suffering
Any tips would be appreciated
Thanks a bunch, I haven't listened to your stuff but I will tomorrow
Thanks to all you guys who also make amazing stuff, specifically my mutually good friend Odd Fellow
Electric Orange - Volume 10
>instrumental rock, post-rock, oct. 2014
>Broke LoFi not stylish LoFi
> Four track cassette recordings
Fegefeuer der Eitelkeiten - The Hausfrauen Of Death
>dark ambient/drone/experimental electronic
Space Invaders & Nik Turner - Sonic Noise Opera
>psychedelic space rock/jam rock
Badlands is seriously one of my favorite albums of all time I didn't know Wooly Mammoth posted on here holy shit
Tunes you should snag
>lo-fi indie rock, space rock, shoegazy stuff too