Bandcamp thread? I just posted my shitty shit and am looking for any sort of reaction.
>sounds like old sufjan stevens, maybe
>similar to idk, acoustic electro pop?
Why are there no vocals? this seems pretty incomplete to me. otherwise, i like it. pretty tones
> First Wave post-rock, Instrumental, Psychedelic, hints of western
New album out lads
>onkyokei, harsh noise, footwork, krautrock and drone
Stuff that I like:
>sad noisy synth pop / amstrad chiptunes / electro
Checking out now
>Dark Ambient, Drone, Plunderphonics
Hell, you don't think McCartney and Lennon samefagged their posts back before they got recognized?
>noise rock, industrial, hip hop, plunderphonics, electronic, free improvisation
>ambient, glitch, drone
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Probably not, and they probably didn't post bedroom music in bandcamp threads upwards to 2 times a day
I'll admit I don't recognize any of these ones, but I could think of 10 posters off the top of my head that have posted the same album daily for ~6 months
Instantly liked this. I would like to hear vocals too though, even if it's just some indecipherable super-reverb-to-cover-that-you-can't-sing stuff.
Or maybe everyone is going to go into this expecting a less polished version of Suffy when I would say it being inspired by that rather than sounding like it would be a more accurate description. I guess when you say 'oh this is like that' when it's not exactly like it people are going to be left wanting what you told them it was going to be.
But these ideas fleshed out would be great, a lot of the songs are kinda short and that makes me think that the ideas aren't flesh out, rather than you intentionally made short songs. But there are moments of real inspiration.
My advice is to keep doing exactly what you're doing but for longer. I can really see you having a great album in you if you work on songs for longer than you have been.
Also add keyboards/piano, those few seconds at the end of keyes is the best moment on the album
Seen this around lots with that recognisable cover but not checked it out yet. My first thought was wow this is really well produced, always great to her none English vox in these threads too, makes me feel like all our music is getting out there.
0:45 of second track has just come in, that guitar is amazing. I actually haven't ever herd anything like this before. I'm not big on post-rock from what little I know about the genre this is pretty cool.
Still loving this, my fave release of yours since Kata.2. I always listen to it on bike rides.
Thank you anon, so are you
Where do you rec (lol) we should post our bandcamps from now on?
>music n thangz
>lo fi fuzz pop/songwriter stuff
New Album out & all that
Just released this today, a mix of 80s synth pop with ambient experimental noise
>dub, tape music, plunderphonics
recs n friends
checking this out
Really enjoying this, incredibly energetic with a variety of voices adding to the overall chaos of the mix
I've listened to some of your older stuff a while ago, really digging the newest album
The Ätri Bell
Experimental / Rock / Electronic - New York
>atmospheric/minimalist folk, some freak folk
Yo, anyone going to see Sufjan Stevens in Durham? Or New Orleans?
Great stuff too:
>Where do you rec (lol) we should post our bandcamps from now on?
Never said to post them somewhere else. Just not post them, literally, everyday. You might not do that, but people do