If you're gonna post, give recs and listen to other people's shit goddamit.
>math rock, experimental rock, japan
NEW GRANDCHAMP SINGLE
Loved this, but with any compilation album, there's bound to be lackluster moments.
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Loved this last time it was posted
>lo fi, noise pop, neo-psychedelia, electronic
very cool compilation you've got there. lots of interesting artists to check out.
not bad. i like how experimental and funky You got towards the end. not sure i'm up for paying $2 for it, but still not bad at all.
i really dig this. especially in your use of acoustic instruments. most ambient shit on here is electronic, so kudos for trying something new.
I'm Teasing You is rad. a beautiful mix of spooky, trippy, and groovy. i'll most likely download this.
I don't think it should be a requirement either, but I see OP's point. Sometimes this thread just becomes a collection of posts an no recs. It's pathetic, really.
Cover is midwestern emo as fuck. I loved Rinse Cycle, and You was fucking awesome. Sick shit.
Will give the rest a listen here.
>short ambient songs
>built on short recordings of acoustic instruments
Am I paranoid or is that cover a nod at/parody of Lonerism? Good shit though.
>i really dig this. especially in your use of acoustic instruments. most ambient shit on here is electronic, so kudos for trying something new.
Thanks mane, I'll definitely be giving your new album a listen, the first track was very interesting. Pretty sludgy it seems.
>acoustic, folk, instrumental
cool aesthetic. goodbye july is nice. needs more bassy drone (not the wet fart kind) :^)
What a shitty cover. Rec tho.
Not chill, but chill. Know what I mean?
Reccing you guys, you're all great and I enjoyed your stuff. Will review later.
>power electronics, industrial, harsh noise, dub, tape music, collab between me and harsh noise musician La Grande Vadrouille
this is rpetty good, nice drum sound and cool progression on the first song.
>xperiemtnal folk/gtr rock/elton john/pavemnt
Who are these guys? I've seen /mu/ talk about that EP a lot, but nothing else about them comes up except their social media stuff.
I want more tho.
>atmospheric/minimalist folk, some freak folk
Super duper good
This is a bit of a bigger band. I think /mu/ might recognize Dark Dark Dark's lead singer, Nona Marie Invie, from The National's Don't Swallow the Cap track, in which her distinct vocals provide the backups.
This one is their latest release, which is a soundtrack to an indie film. The soundtrack is instrumental except for the last track. In particular, I really enjoy the track Bike Ride (in the link) which is such a comfy/relaxing song. The soundtrack is alright.
But for their official releases, their album Wild Go, has been posted here on /mu/, which is how I learned of them. Check these guys out, they are a really good band.
>Folk, Old-World Gothic, Dark Americana
nice cover :^)
super pretty, really liking this.
Just made a bandcamp, I am probably missing tons of info and shit, but I finally have it.
Here it is everyone
Progressive Metal Jazz Fusion Electronic
>gameboy, chiptune, glitch, devotional
4 new songs in progress and they're sounding pretty decent so far.
>lo fi fuzz pop
Very creative. Love the titles and the aesthetic of the album. Great album cover as well. The $8 price tag is depressing, but I'll stream through it. I'm guessing that a lot of effort went into it though, so I can see why you want to charge money for it. Seriously really good. You're definitely one of the best artists to ever post on /mu/. This is definitely in the top 5 best albums I've ever listened to on /mu/. Honestly I love it so much. Well-crafted and very unique. Tasty timbres, tasty textures. Just tubular.
electronica / ambient / trip-hop
track recommendations: spilled silk, the color of lead, humidity
Very heavy and weighty sound, it includes enough lo-fi and noisy elements to make the aesthetic worth it while maintaining melodic integrity. I'll have to remember to add this to my list of shit to rec when I can't be assed to listen through threads
Dude thats so awesome man! I am sorry, if I had a job my music would be free, but please feel free to stream it. My favourite track is the one I made today, Endless Fields.
I hope it goes somewhere, because I havve put my whole heart and soul into it. I spend everyday exploring new musical concepts. Peace and love brotha