old one just got killed.
post your stuff, reccomend other stuff. you know the drill
> psychedelic rock
> post rock
> experimental rock
Ah, well, here's my stuff anyway:
>twisted, vicious sludgy doom metal
thanks for listening
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Will leave feedback (I feel like I'm repeating this a lot) when I can
>Experimental, Various Genres
>(I Reckon That I Should Thoroughly Apologize For My Atonal Actions)
>Ambient, Field Recordings, Folk, Lo-Fi, Outsider, Random, Sound Collage, Vaporwave.
Accompanying Visual: youtu.be/JpVORGtTfQA
Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thank You. :)
>industrial, hip hop, electronic
Vocals are idiosyncratic as fuuuck but I dig it, reminds me of (please don't take this in a bad way) The Gorillaz, there's a charming quality to it. The instrumentation is abstract as fuck. Heavily recommending this for a venture into almost avant-garde post-punk. Virtual Architecture is a cool fucking album.
Also if you missed this album last year, do check it out. Astounding work.
We follow each other on SC but I don't think I've checked out your work until now. Groovy as fuck prog-esque arrangements, I love the trippy tremolo picking you employ with the absolutely CRAZY fucking drums, it's so good. Have you considered adding vocals? That would make this perfect, even just some ambient background ones.
>Glitch, ambient, drone, idm, power electronics
love this guy
>ambient, piano, experimental
>available on Spotify
posting for the hell of it. new album coming out soon
>loud and creamy
we also have a cover of the christmas song Silver Bells on our bandcamp. All music is free
Real G's know blud
Like a more almost avant-punk version of the Gorillaz, though as the track go on you display more diversity in the vocals. They seem a little dry, at least in the first song, and by that I mean they could probably do with some effects. Then again, I drown my vocals in effects so it's probably more just my preference than anything.
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thanks man, really appreciate it. Well, we are considering persuading our flutist (girl) to sing when we make some songs with lyrics. But we generally prefer to play instrumental.
Mrs. Hopewell - your country needs you, Joe Louis, Joe Louis
Love everything about this so far. The synths are perfect, the vocals are gorgeous and honest, the guitars are nice. Great stuff, man, very feelingful.
> Drone, ambient, electronic
While I'm here, here's the bandcamp of the frontwoman of my band, End Of Remembrance:
>alt country, folk, acoustic
She's got a beautiful voice and her lyrics are both dreamy and biting, do check her out, I promise you won't be disappointed.
one man band, every release is different
>depressive black metal
>piano based & ambient
Yo I shared your stuff on FB, it's getting a rather positive response, which is well-earned I'd say. Again, kudos to you.
No problem at all, I've been a fan of your work the minute I first listened.
My new album, Stereo Sunset
I'd love it if you could give a listen and some feedback!
Here is our project, hope you like it anons.
Thanks for the kind words, these tracks are all just sort of surviving stuff on my hard drive from what was gonna be a more legit record.
Never heard of Prizefighter Inferno, I'll check it out though. Which post are you? I'll listen to your stuff.
>electronic, instrumental hip hop, fuzzy, scifi
>experimental, noise, vaporwave, drone
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>manic depressive 15 year old core
this is so strange and it was a very strange part of my life where i was equally obsessed with phil spector, 808s and heartbreak, and lots and lots of andrew jackson jihad and ramshackle glory. it's really strange, not even listenable to me, and littered with bad midi instruments.
My debut release, I spent a long time working on this. Enjoy.
please notice me
Demo, tell me what y'all think.
>Atmospheric Black Metal
>Post Black Metal
also, does anybody now if the dialogue in a porn movie is copyrighted? if i used 1 minute or so of it could i get sued? anyway im not making money off of it so i wouldn't know
>Ambience/drone in various styles
>large discography, all NYP
always interested in hearing others' bandcambiet
>some experimental stuff
i listened to Somaren. i enjoyed it even though it really isnt my kind of thing, i usually like when after a big build up there is a big, crazy pay off or that by the end of the song it feel quite different from the start but thats clearly not what you were going for here and i understand that, despite everything i just said i enjoyed many technical aspects of it. might check out the s/t later.
listened to krome avenue and loved everything sbout it but the vocals, i just thought they were too... i dont know... "edgy" (?) they just feel like they are trying too hard to fit in with the atmosfere but they end up kinda breaking it. also, are those airhorns i hear? because if so this might be the first time i see them being used tastefully
i listened to quiet decay. in decay i like how the noise drowns out the soft piano at the start of the song, then it feel like this noise is trying to find its shape through the song and by the end it becomes a very polished note that plays along with what it had drown out at the start. after listening to decay quiet just feels like a poor verson of it, i guess thats not the order in wich the album is supposed to be listened to but thats the way bandcamp played it and i think it kinda takes away from the experience.
Unwell here, thanks for the input. Interesting observations, honestly I haven't thought much about that EP in a pretty long time, it was definitely during my feet-finding days. I do think Decay is the better track, it was also recorded later. Now I probably would have paired it with something else but back then I just released whatever I had.
thanks for the input on krome ave. The vocals are actually a sample from the movie escape from LA. I was actually trying to go for the cheesy "edgy" 80s vibe, but ill take what you said into consideration. I didn't even realize the synths sounded like airhorns until you said that lmao
just uploaded something i made in october
>noisy instrumental folk
Returning all feedback
Here's my Bandcamp, and my new single that's on SC which I hope that you'll check out.
It's been a while since I wrote here, or uploaded music.
This new single called "Worth It" has some Toronto vibes, over "trappier" production than what I've previously done.
I return all feedback!
I really liked what I heard from the surreal EP. I liked the kinda muddy synths, but contrasted with the crisp, yet still reverbed kit.
>>61724027 is me, if anything I'd love if you could listen to the 1st, 3rd, and 10th track above all. I'd love some feedback, my first attempt at vaporwave
Don't listen to this m8 no one is hopeless. Its obvious listening that you don't really have any true foundation in songwriting that you try to hide behind background effects and droning. You seem to play guitar alright and have a sense of melody.
Here's a challenge! Write a song with 2 guitar tracks. The songs I checked were just guitar solos.