New bandcamp thread guys, reviewing optional but encouraged
>noise rock, industrial, hip hop, plunderphonics, electronic, free improvisation
>ambient, glitch, drone
Like me on Facebook here: /cashewmusic
hey, I'm not the 80th person to post this time. Wild
>psych, lofi, keyboard drums
I'll be around, commenting and listening.
made in time this time
>lo-fi dance music
Got some new stuff coming soonish
>hip hop, shoegaze, dreamy stuff
These guys are great
>lofi, sadcore, bedroom pop, lyrics about being a piece of shit
>lo-fi, garage rock, pop-punk, shoegaze?
New album should be out this year.
>experimental, harsh noise on guitars and electronics
>new track is OUT! First LP on the way!
> First Wave post-rock, Instrumental, Psychedelic, hints of western
always so late to the party :(
>black text on black background
besides that, this is really fucking good. That harmonica during the verses seems a bit much, though. Really tight playing and a great hook.
P chill, I dig it. Well produced, also. would buy if I weren't broke AF
I feel like some stronger melodies would help out a lot. How long have you been doing this?
The album is done.
We are done.
We will probably never record again.
HI THERE I JUST PRODUCED AN ALBUM TODAY
>art punk, prog punk, post-hardcore
from amherst, massachusetts
All things electronic! Would love to know what you guys think of the tracks up already (especially Philanthropist)
Have a full album dropping the end of this month. Thanks.
>EDM. Hard Dance / Orchestral stuff.
>inspired by oldschool post-punk, dark wave, gothic rock, synth pop
>AltRock I guess
>drone, tape loops, pretty noise
>Black Metal, DSBM, Raw Black Metal, Atmospheric, Cold, Under-Produced
>ambient chillout spacey upbeat minimal
>industrial rock, dark ambient
acoustic, indie, lo-fi, pop.
Lo-fi Acoustic Folk, we've been recording with tapes, but we're currently in the studio working on our album.
>space-rock, electro jazz
I'm about to take 6 months off from life to hike from georgia to maine. When I get back there will be a new album recorded.
I've decided to get a small print of my bandcamp EP on vinyl, just for fun. Unfortunately there is a big volume disparity between the tracks, anybody know how to make each track similar in volume without any fancy software? Mac btw
>psych, garage, post-punk
>New York and Philly
In the midst of recording, stay tuned for more, enjoy tasty live tracks.
>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
>psychedelic space fun times, love the artwork
I want physical copies for when I eventually lose my account, wipe HD etc. I found a guy who will do 10 x 10" for $280 what the hell. I'd just like to be able to listen to it without adjusting volume on the stereo.
Got some fucked Dance, Hip Hop instrumental, Vaporwave shit if anyone is interested.
Thanks to everyone who voted for us on the /mu/ compilation :D
>meme gimmick songs
give these ones a listen:
listen to these guys please
whoever you're talking to is being a douche but they're right. google is your friend. don't get all sour grapes-y, no one really owes you information on the subject, especially when there's so many different varying ways to get everything done depending on how much money you have and how perfect you want everything.
for example you could try delta media but that's only really affordable if you're planning on scooping up weird lengths/colors in huge amounts, usually tab-out. other places will handle labels for you but i just buy blank labels and print on to those, or go label-less.
thank you, an actual decent answer, i've done research but just wanted a different point of view, i already handed out tapes to my mates that i made myself but was looking to expand so was just wondering, cheers
no problem, man. i've found looking good/professional is ridiculously expensive and kind of misses the point of the whole DIY ethos, but lots of people aren't looking to be DIY, they just want to put stuff out on tape. so i get where you're coming from.
every now and then we have cassette generals, you should pop by and check those out sometimes. i don't post on /mu/ as much as i'd like to anymore but i hang out in those when i see them.
>Dark Ambient/Drone/Post Rock
>Black Metal/Dark Metal
thanks again man, yeh i've seen how expensive it can be to get tapes made but was kinda worried if i ended up selling them online how shitty my home made ones would look to a buyer, but as you said i guess people like the DIY style of tapes
3 tracks up so far, releasing a demo album in a few days, the CD's are being made at the moment. Raw production, will return feedback!
People you should listen to:
>THIS IS HOW THE TREE BREAKS
Today is International Epilepsy Day so I thought I'd share something I did last year:
"slow and depressing drone layered below all the bright lights and colors during the first moments of a new beginning, which is what life is overall 10/10"
- what someone on /mu/ said about it lol (thank u)
love this, rec
:^) also rec
>freestyle rap, shoegaze, remix
my first 2 eps
new track just dropped https://soundcloud.com/mclegacyfoundation/bbdotnet-gothic-seapunk-prod-bom-trudy
new dumb video just released https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Srq6LzOQUek
>noise pop, electronic rock, neo-psychedelia, dream pop
Not mine but this guy is good as shit
>massive build ups, tons of layers, modern classical, electronic post rock
like on facebook if you like the likes: /EmotionalSkyscapes
Jöhgurt Bahrn - Tales From the Yogurt Barn: Volume I
>prank calls, phone work, dog-core
Psychedelic, often surreal prank calls, intercut with weird sound effects and ridiculous vocal filters
>tfw you think you're overlooked on every bandcamp thread you post in
You're advertising it wrong, generic picture, generic tags. Make people want to check out your music instead of complaining that they don't, man.
If you genuinely can't think of a better description than 'acoustic, feels' for your music, make better music. But you definitely can, you should be able to describe your own music in a way that is totally different than the way anybody else would describe theirs.
Good point. I'm just horrible at describing it. I get the feeling that it's ambient, or sadcore, but at the same time I can't tell if it fits those genres. I'm very indecisive about it. The only thing I can really think of putting is "I don't think very highly of myself, and it shows." But that's not a very good genre description. I don't know.
different anon, here.
It's not ambient, I have no idea what sadcore is. I'm not very hip on what lo-fi is supposed to be, but it does sound poorly recorded. Practice up your singing to be able sing without quavering and whispering gets old quick.
Yeah it is lo-fi. I recorded everything in my living room. Sometimes I feel that being an amazing powerful singer would make it sound less organic? I know it's definitely not for everyone. I do appreciate your feedback though.
Yeah you've really got to sell yourself in these threads, checked it out and downloaded, really like it, so the music is not the problem at all, you've got to see it objectively though, through someone else's eyes, make them think, 'hell I've got to check this out'
The first step is just getting them to the bandcamp, then hopefully the music will do the rest
shallows - citrine
lo-fi, indie, experimental, short songs
>depressive black metal, ambient
If any of you candy-ass jabronis submitted to be apart of the NOW THAT'S WHAT I CALL /MU/SIC /mu/ compilation, the results are posted!
>Need everyone to reply with they're .FLAC or .WAV
Results and info here:
>Electro Funk, French Touch, Classic House
'Road To Paradise' EP by Blista
Criticism is greatly appreciated.