Other bandcamp thread seems to have died out, so lets start a fresh one! Post your music and try to give any feedback to help others!
>progressive rock, electronic, instrumental, experimental
Thanks for listens and feedback, I will check out other links later!
Happy New Years!
New Bass album!
My last recs of amazing stuff:
>deep house, electronic, ambient, downtempo, dubstep
>experimental rock, garage rock, indie, psychedelic rock, shoegaze
>alternative, lofi, post-punk, shoegaze
>electronic, art-electro, outrun, synthwave
>experimental, idm, industrial, hip hop, post punk, go2bedfoliage-core
>shitty recording quality
>contradictory genre distinctions
>mildly amusing songs about celebrities and professional wrestlers
>atypical percussive elements
New video out now:
New album due early 2015.
Bring in the new year by enjoying these fine artist.
Yo man I want to thank you for the love
Not sure if I told you this or not in other threads but I thoroughly enjoy this project. I've shared it with a few friends of mine and they love it. Will check out that video later today. Happy new year man :)
>lofi, sadcore, bedroom pop, lyrics about being a piece of shit
>psych, garage, post-punk
Working on new stuff but please enjoy some tasty live tracks in the meanwhile.
>pink punk, moxy-rock
>ambient, drone, glitch
>noise rock, math rock, shoegaze
>jangle indie stuff
>groovy psych, laid back music to drink coffee to
>star trek comedy funk rock
>sample based psych pop
>lo-fi fuzz pop, garage pop
>electronic post rock, ambient, massive build ups
>harsh noise, noise, a lot of guitars, stoner elements
>atmospheric/minimalist folk, some freak folk
Thanks for the listens, downloads, and just overall feedback everybody
This is some of the most hilariously written and well done music here. Check it out.
>Dark Ambient/Drone/Post Rock
>Black Metal/Dark Metal
>acoustic guitars and organs
>vinyl LP available now
TRAGIC DEATH music video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9qF7hnnQBtY
>lo-fi fuzz pop
>lo-fi indie rock
>neoclassical piano improv and guitar drone
>cute experimental folk music, new album
>musique concrete, instrumental hip hop, everything but the farm documentary samples is objects around my house
Listening to https://jackuback.bandcamp.com/ at the moment. I'm really digging it. It's simple yet fun. Most people think they have to have some huge complex music, but this jams perfectly.
You're in my library now, grats, it's not easy.
Your lead guitarist is on point. I like this.
>super hectic electronica
>experimental at its worst, poppy at its best
>some people called it paranoid pop, so I'll take it
>working on mixtape #3 already.
>working on first LP as well
If anyone wants to help with either the mixtape or album, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I don't have a facebook or twitter so my email is the only way to really get in touch with me aside from here
>>52507403 (Harvey wanted me to say hello to you guys for him. So "Hey!" -Harvey)
>>52507820 This is so fucking hectic. I love it. Can we make awkward EDM-Fuzz-Pop babies together?
Traditional folk / Folk revival / Folk revival
Been listening to these three a lot lately
>Punk / Pop punk
>Folk / Emo
Always looking for more good stuff
>Post Metal + Sludge + Pseudo-Improv + Almost Post Rock
I've spent the last 6 months recording this... I'd like to think it was worth it.
>debut EP called Suddenly Sisters
>metro-ko, dubstep, downtempo, chill but trippy
>beginner ep. probably last for a while until I get a better equipment
>for the folks wandering the city lonely, smoking away your last cigarette, waiting for her to call back but you know she won't
looking for feedback and if anyone's interested in a collab.
I feel bad bc I don't these threads nearly enough, so sorry for coming here just to show off my own shit. I'll come back i swear ;_;
Anyway I'm putting a little mixtape/album thing out since it was my only 2014 resolution.
>house, instrumental hip-hop, dub, techno
It's a collection of shit that's been sitting on my hard drive doing nothing, so I've brushed it down and maybe it's a not bad.
First track: Make your goddamn vocals higher in the mix, your voice sounds like it's pretty good but I can barely make any lyrics out. The guitar part is nice though, simple and effective.
Second track: There's that voice! I like it. You definitely have charisma and pleasant tonality. It sounds like you're drumming on the guitar? If so, I like.
Third track: Sounds really similar to the first track but still pretty pleasant listen. Dunno what else to say.
Last track: I like the changeup with the faster and slower tempos. It's somewhat homogenous tonally though, a track that long, imo, should employ tension and release (I mean, most music does but it's important to emphasize that if you want someone to sit down for that long listening to it).
7/10, will follow ya to see how things come along.
>Noise Pop / Chiptune / Left Field Electronic
Tapes are coming along now! I believe I'm going to have 12 of these tapes with the fancy cut out J-card but I'll be doing another small run without that.
>>52507316 Just checked this out, awesome!
Production quality on this whole release is fucking rad, it's very bright and clean for sludge metal which is a nice change of pace. The variety throughout your song structures is refreshing, too. I love the crunchy tone and expressiveness of your lead guitar.
I'd say it was 6 months well worth the effort. Fuckin' radical job, dude.
shitfuck just realized I forgot the pic
I KEEP FUCKING DOING THIS GODDAMN
>Experimental & Psychedelic Ambient
>and it just gets completely ignored.
It happens to the best of us m8. That's why I keep coming back and posting my stuff... because I stay optimistic that someone will at least acknowledge my existence ;_;
I thought that was pic related from the thumbnail
Any feedback at all is appreciated
>Glitch, IDM, Ambient, Breakcore
Not a bandcamp thing, but you guys seem like you could help
So aside from maybe adding more instrumentation what could I do to improve this...? I'm planning on putting this up tomorrow if I can work on it a bit today.
It pisses me off when I see fuckin' awesome bands that I'm envious of get totally overlooked. There's a band on soundcloud that I've been listening to for like a month straight that has like 20 followers, meanwhile I'm sitting here with 180 and my music fucking sucks compared to theirs.
>swamp core, watercore, jazz step, 45
If it makes you feel better, I usually just do all my posting/promoting in the bandcamp threads... So I feel grateful if I ever get downloads or kind words. I'm actually surprised people like the new mixtape as much as they do.
great sound man>>52510629
bands on this page
Internet Hate Machine
>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.
>experimental electronic, ambient