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>idm, ambient, electronica
>ambient, drone, glitch
>noise rock, math rock, shoegaze
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>noise pop, dream pop, 8-bit, fakebit, electronic, shoegaze
a friend's indie/math/prog band
>Instrumental Rock, Alt Rock, Post Hardcore, Noise Rock
> stoners, improv, experimental, joke "music", noise
5 albums so far! Listen and be annoyed.
Didn't know you posted here. I've been reccing your music a lot though, absolutely love this.
Nice nostalgic folky indie stuff. Not amazing but it's pretty catchy, and the lyrics are good.
I think that the mixing could be improved, but this is very nice overall. The guitar interplay and dreamy layered sound is lovely. Recommended.
Damn, this is brilliant. I thought that the dream pop/chiptune idea would be forced but this works extremely well. The heavy chillwave influence is great as well, very highly recommended. By the way, have you hear Church Gone Wild/Chirpin Hard by Hella? I would describe it as chiptune noise rock, but it's much heavier than your stuff.
I like this. The mathy rhythms and upbeat poppy vibe work well together, and it sounds wholly original. Also, the diverse range of instruments sound great.
Wow anon this is lewd and badly mastered.
The heavy post-hardcore influence is great, and I think this could be a really good album with vocals. I love the guitar tone especially.
I like it, pretty good produced. Also, by reading your influences, I can say you have good taste in music.
There's this one singer you sound like. I think it was the one from Superchunk. Great use of the harmonica btw, I usually get turned off because of it but this time turned to be good.
>rock and roll
same 2 songs, saving for a good mic to record again.
Also, check this band "Kairon; IRSE1" ;)
Thanks for the feedback man, really appreciate it.
>Also, by reading your influences, I can say you have good taste in music.
Pretty good, but needs vocals that aren't incomprehensible. The guitar work is really nice.
Hey thanks dude. I'll certainly check out the Hella record, that sounds like something I would enjoy.
Just noticed you're soma. Been diggin on your stuff. :)
>I'll certainly check out the Hella record, that sounds like something I would enjoy.
It's brilliant. The first half is spastic noise rock and the second is math-influenced chiptune.
>Just noticed you're soma. Been diggin on your stuff. :)
Thank you, really appreciate it!
new release very soon!
Plesance House, when you get in here I wanna talk to you about a collab
not me, but I think Ocelot from Entry Level and him would be a great mix
or me too, idk. i'm down for colabs with anyone, i'm already kind of working on stuff with lunar eskimo and foliage
One of 2 albums, the other being pajama sam themed, for all your nostalgia needs
>Experimental & Psychedelic
>Experimental, Various Genres
>Each release is something different.
Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thank You. :)
>My new EP I released today
>psych, garage, post-punk
>one live band album, one bedroom project album
>jangle indie stuff
>groovy psych, actually playing in NYC tonight
>star trek comedy funk rock
>sample based psych pop
>Been best described as "Evil Japanese
Arcade Racer Music", "A prediction of what the future of music will sound like made in 1982", and music for "driving through the snow at night and pretending like the snowflakes are stars and you just hit hyperdrive". A mix of various electronic genres with a retro vibe.
>atmospheric/minimalist folk, some freak folk
Thanks for listening and downloading everybody
Also Polysemy that would be cool... I guess we'd have to do some planning but I'm up for something.
Question for you. Does place of artist on bandcamp matter for you?
>indie pop I guess
>there is a certain jangly quality to the guitars at some points
>killing your parents and joining the circus
not really. but sometimes i try to think of how their location may be adding a flavor to their sound.
>chill sampled jazz and whatnot
Just released an EP, any feedback is great
>Dream Pop, Psychedelic
>dark ambient, sampling, drone
The festive EP. As always, recorded in a day.
>lo-fi garage rock/punk
for fans of Ty Segall, Thee Oh Sees, Jay Reatard ect.
we just got some cassettes and buttons in if you're interested!
Recs especially soma's new album
>instrumental hip hop, musique concrete, experimental hip hop, made exclusively by sampling sounds made by objects in my house, sampling my voice, or circuit bending
Going to go through pals band camps now.
>Dark Modular Electronic/IDM
>plunderphonics, pop, noise-pop, experimental eccojams
another song was just finished and added to the private full album, only 2 1/2 more to go!
>house / breaks
Love is my favourite that iv listened to so far, those reverb drench'd vocals are so good. Composition is solid and the panning is key.
A classic track and tough to beat blawans version,i like how light sounding your version is and that bass is so tight. Very party friendly.
Ahh nice that intro is solid, love those vocals wouldn't of been my go to music before but this is quality, you guys should have a massive following.
From dis guy
Thanks man for the comment on this one >>51886630
Yeah, blawan's version is and will always be the best one there is, we didn't want to put out another house version since it would just be inferior to blawan's one.
Ah no kidding, I've been listening to you all day, you're def in.
I'll let you know soon, it's all very hush hush for now haha.
I'll message you both when I know who else is involved and fill you all in on the plan.
hell yeah /mu/ meme dream team on deck
a bunch of cups on strings?
same here bru, your EP is wonderful. whatever strange goings-on are brewing, i'm hype.
also, i'm going to beat her to it:
>electronic sewer rock EP mashed together from noise and riot grrl samples. also, i produced.
>abrasive garage rock
tapes available, edition of 20
>music, experimental, anime samples, chill
>nautical themes i suppose
first time posting, pls be gentle
>Alt-town & country
Thinking about making a soundcloud to release random tracks.
And some recs
>>51883922 (digging Forgot The Sunscreen)
this is nice, unless your material varies a lot you should honestly compile all your singles together, or at least all the ones from this year, just to look a little more professional.
really good for what it is, I'm not an expert on ambient or anything, but everything comes off as organic/natural, which is what I really enjoy about ambient, and what I try and achieve with my own music.
Sharing some Canadian hip hop. Looking for feedback
>screamo, black metal/skramz/gc infleucned
>no emo thread but want yall to hear this
was gonna reply to your last post but the thread got archived before I could submit anything.
I can't really identify with the lyrical content, but they've got good technique, which they should have since they've been a rap group for 10+ years.
why even be "that guy"? it's not constructive and really only brings people down.
giving this a listen and improv really only works when the musicians are trained/not amateurs, you should really consider composing and writing songs as a band instead of just jamming together and hoping it sounds good enough before you even think about recording something to put out to the public.
you guys just aren't ready yet.