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>atmospheric/minimalist folk, some freak folk
Thanks for listening and downloading everybody
>dancey death pop for sad idiots
>NEW RELEASE, minimal techno, house, field recordings
>distorted dark ambient
>Instrumental Rock, Alternative Rock, Post Hardcore
X-tra lo fi, also free.
generic beats hidden by the vague label of "vaporwave influence". not horrible, i just feel like i've heard it all 1000 times before. the payment is also a big minus
i do like how it is very much so verging on the point of being post rock, but it keeps to a very surrounding wave of nothing. it is very unique in that way. nice stuff.
you handled the fidelity really well. if it were a little more or a little less quality audio quality wise it would sound like either sludge or jangle pop. instead, it creates its own very distinct sound that hits what you were going for right on the head.
A new project i'm starting, mostly psych style stuff, heavy on improv live.
>abrasive garage rock
edition of 20
>Noise Pop, Shoegaze, Dream Pop
New album out guys:
>ambient, drone, glitch
>noise rock, math rock, shoegaze
Like me on Facebook here: /cashewmusic
I promise i'm workin on some new stuff guys but as it is i wanna put my album out again, it's been a while.
>acoustic folksy stuff
have fun idk. It's free and some people like it
>memepop, memebient, quickly-deleted-core
Am I a sad idiot if I enjoy this? Because I really enjoy it... The kid voice are cool and make it kind of spooky.
Very Cocteau Twins meets The Chameleons with a little early Wild Nothing. I really like how the drums sound, the sound like the very metallic and heartless drums of 80s gothic rock.
>organ something, experimental
Looking for feedback as its my buddies group. Couple of anons have given me a bit so far
A facebook account is necessary if you want to increase your fanbase outside of /mu/. It is also the only medium for your non/mu/ fans to keep noticed about anything relevant about your stuff.
>Sad tunes with a chill vibe I guess.
Have already heard all THESE guys so i'll do these in a point rating system:
Not really my thing, beat is cool I guess though, i'm not sure if you were going for sloppy.
Actually very nice, not even an ambient fan, but the dark atmosphere is what draws me in of course as i'm a massive fan of that. If there was percussion and a nice bass guitar riff in this, would easily make a great post-punk project.
I love it a lot man, I wish the vocals were louder though. Really nice sounding overall, easily loveable.
>That Fall of Troy influence
Not even a fan of this genre but this is solid afffffffff. Really love that delay and distortion combo.
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>ambient, experimental, sampling, electronic
I like it, just not anything really special going on for me though. It's enjoyable, but it's nothing god-tier.
Just no, I hate garage rock, i'm sorry m8, don't take this personal.
ahhhh, much nicer, it's like a breath of fresh air. Very great synth sounds, can't really make out that sample too well though.
Actually like it a lot. Those drums sound sooooooooooo sick man. Guitar is too loud though
I've been seeing this spammed, but I actually quite like it, but is this really it or are you impersonating the spammer?
Woah, this is super cool actually, very well produced, not my genre of choice but VERY excellent indeed. I'm sure a LOT of people would love this. I was expecting some noise or punk music but ended up getting some grunge-esque pop tunes. V nice
Actually pretty sick, but that cover art is atrocious. Drums are very nice as well as bass line. Cool flow and voice, not too big of a fan on the lyrics though.
Not really a fan of field recordings too much honestly, so I can't really rate this. I like the pulsating thump in the background though on track 1.
Track 2 is a lot better, is that a train rolling on tracks or just the wind?
It's a really nice atmosphere nonetheless though.
My Kingdom Shall Forge A Mighty Path Through The Stars - The World Has Been Inverted And the Stars In The Skies Are Distant Cities On Fire
>post rock, ambient, drone, psychedelic, noise
>started recording Sept of 2007, Finished recording a few weeks ago
>I dunno what else to say, been working on this since I was 14
Please let me know what you guys think. Happily returning any and all feedback
>Experimental, Various Genres
>Each release is something different.
Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thank You. :)
Usual recs reviews:
Sweet atmospheric folk as told by the description. The production is overall very well and clean. Reverb-induced guitars and vocals in an acoustic setting. If you like that, check this out.
Spooky surprisingly upbeat fun music with a dark atmosphere for anyone who hasn't heard, Vanishes gets a lot of replies in Bandcamp threads for a reason. It's a sound I can't really put into words but something you should listen to and make out for yourself.
Just very nice catchy Indie Pop songs right here, production is really nice and dude has some nice vocals. I'm not really a fan of "nice" vocals but for anyone who likes clean singer/songwriter tunes with a jangly upbeat sound (but not jangle pop) in comparison to Belle & Sebastian, this is DEFINITELY up your alley.
Very dark noisy 'gaze music for people who might be into that. Has a very post-punk atmosphere to it while maintaining the overall dreamy soundscape. Vocals are great with a slight reverb on them. Any fans of newer Dream Pop acts like The Bilinda Butchers will like this for sure.
What hasn't been said about this guy? Catchy glitchy stuff right here. Just very ambient but not boring, it has this shock value to it that can't really be explained as well. Has some drone influences in it but the glitch hop is where Soma really lets his talent show. See 'Neon Plain' for reference. Great album.
Noise rock with some shoegaze and drone elements in it. Drum machines and reverb'd guitars. It's pretty much Shoegaze music but with a bite to it and a tiny bit of electronica in there. Also happy to see that i'm listed under 'influences', track 3 is the GOAT.
Oh I listened man, are you the garage rock dude?
Don't complain, you wanted a review, that's what you got, i'm bias towards my hate for garage rock so that kinda just brings a bad vibe to your music in my opinion, i'm sure a bunch of LA kids love your music though
There may be two or even three tasty slabs of big news coming soon
>pop, noise-pop, plunderphonics, eccojams
Big things, baby
>electronic, IDM, future-music
this is what i think the future will sound like. i've never had a review before.
Last but not least, Mr. Dave Roland. Jangle pop with a creepy vibe, expect lo-fi pop tunes with 80's Casio sounding drum loops and watery guitars that just float crisply.
This second release is a release i'm not a BIG fan of but it's still great, much higher fidelity than his previous but much more creepy. Almost carnival-like. Piano's are the focus in Dave's second release so if that's your thing, this is right up your alley.
>lofi, sadcore, bedroom pop, lyrics about being a piece of shit
>primitivism, unclassifiable, folk
>emo-tinged lo-fi noise rock
whats the secret to making sich great pop music?
>post-music, post-life, post-pop
Download it! It's free!
I like these allot
>music to dance to at the arcade
>new wave, synthpop, 80s techno
just started today\
>folky noise stuff
>punk pop music
feedback in other posts.
drone, ambient, dark, noise
>psych, garage, post-punk
>one live band album, one bedroom project album
>ambient, drone, glitch
>noise rock, math rock, shoegaze
>jangle indie stuff
>groovy psych, laid back coffee music
>star trek comedy funk rock
>sample based psych pop
hey guys, Polysemy here. just wanted to stop in and say you're all awesome and I wish you all the best
I've got a new release coming out in just a couple days, and soon after its out i'll be selling vinyl
>garagey pop. me a japanese girl and a drum machine.
>apocalyptic folktronica, industrial, dark ambient, lo-fi
>post-rock, ambient, shoegaze
>industrial, noise, angry vocals
>experimental, electronica, sound collage
>shoegaze, psychedelic rock, lo-fi
> stoners, improv, experimental, joke "music", noise
Sounds like a sad, hi-fi version of early Mountain Goats. Not the kind of thing I get excited over, but it's definitely well made.