No bandcamp thread. Let's hear what you guys have. Always seem to find something good.
I have a New Album out:
>lo fi fuzz pop
For supporters of 5 dollars or more I'll email you a link to a bonus EP. Thanks for your ears.
Alright lets do this
>dancey death pop for sad chumps
>dark ambient, drone, spiritual, electronic
I'll be reviewing stuff again once more posts come in.
>lofi? hip-hop beats
>math rock samples
>what an anime version of hell would sound like
>BROKE AND BAROQUE POP
Absolutely kickass work
I'll review as people post more.
>lo fi psychedelic popgaze
>experimental electronic neo-psychedelia
Just released my first full length album a couple of days ago. Enjoy! Will be lurking for fresh meat.
good at sounding heavy but not loud, which is a big feet in dark ambient. love how i can hear rhythms emerge from the sounds.
like the wack vocals, but it feels like it's missing something
very good, foresty ambient. dislike how the tracks get cut off.
the deficit ep is good and chaotic. not a big fan of the rest, but i appreciate the vast variety.
>lofi, sadcore, bedroom pop, lyrics about being a piece of shit
so i made a fresh ass tumblr so people can follow me if they want i guess also what do i do on tumblr? http://handsome-eric.tumblr.com/
vanishes is always rad1cal
check out our first EP "GREY DAGGER"
>recorded/produced at home
>twas i who sang and wrote da wurds
>ambient, drone, glitch
Like me on Facebook here: /cashewmusic
Review here: http://echoinghalls.tumblr.com/post/108246871520/soma-fractured-memories-from-a-past-life-i
>23 tracks of atmospheric guitars, weirdly tweaked samples and synth worship
>difficult to classify as a specific genre
Stuff that I like:
we just released our first EP, Near Miss.
>shoegaze, emo, melodic hardcore
lots of cool sounds here, really like it
>some kind of "free-style" electro-industrial
thanks man! your my favorite of the musicians that have been converted into memes on here. (fuck you dave)
fuck you man. you're edge gave me so many fucking paper cuts.
(1987,1943, 1989 are the best tracks imo))
bout to release a new EP that will be less rough but more dark than years LP was
reccin some favorite
gonna review others more later
>chillwave // synthpop // dreampop
>new album on bandcamp for FREE
>cute sad indie folk
cassettes available on the bandcamp page, only 4 left! good times!
just droped a new album.
>trippy psych with a heavy alt rock twist
Oh rad I didn't know you had put a new thing out! I like that this is a lot more pop-focused than Spine Adagio II/the Prince.
I said this a couple days ago but y'all are dope
Sup nerd, I just reblogged that picture like an hour ago (from you I think actually Hehe)
>label I co-run with my friend, bedroom recordings, lo-fi, folk, a bunch of genres because there's a bunch of different artists, send us demos
idk, i'm trying to move over to a new netlabel, so thats confusing. i decided to scrap a bunch of the shittier songs and make some new stuff but i oost some gear at a show so i'm set back a bit. tbh i have no clue
I've got an ep i might put out soon tho, still debating whether or not it's worth releasing
Great playing all together, It's good for how lo-fi it is. I mean theres not much I can say about it, you guys achieved the goal musically you were going for. Good shit tho.
This is chill as fuck. I feel like you could do some more to flesh out your sound and make it more atmospheric, like some subtle synths in the background if that doesn't take away from the theme you're going for. I love how the piano is implemented in these as well. Loving this.
You have a pretty solid few releases. Your music has a very cinematic edge to it. You have a very large sound.
Still think knitwear & vomit is the best track on here.
You clearly put a lot of effort into this. This is quite difficult to summarize after one listen. You have a lot going on here. And just a question, how much of the piano is sampled on here? Anyways I'm definitely going to be listening to this a lot.
This is crazy, I love your guitarist. I'm a sucker for really loud atmospheric things. I enjoyed this a lot. I love the post-rock influence on here too. Perfect combination of some very different genres. I hope this gets more popular.
This is some of the most atmospheric ambient music I've heard in a long time. It's very uneasy, and I feel like I'm being plunged into a frigid ocean, while tied up, with no chance of escaping. There is just so much happening. I love this.
I feel like I'm having a lucid dream where I'm at some obscure backyard post-punk show during the 80s for some reason. Like I've heard a good bit of lo-fi stuff but this has something really eerie about it.
>generic pop punk with a bit of emo influence
>diy recording and self produced
ambient electronic beat tape / EP
give "spilled silk" "humidity" and "the transmission" a listen. well, give all six tracks a listen, actually.
>acoustic / electronic
>psych, garage, post-punk
In the midst of recording, please enjoy tasty live tracks in the meanwhile.
>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
This gives me that weird, engineered nostalgic-sad feeling that I get from watching peoples aged relics to their nostalgic past on youtube. The nostalgia doesn't affect me, but the persons nostalgia does.
I adore the hypnotic rhythms, it's like i'm listening to an Eldritch ceremony take place while i'm watching through an old, grainy surveillance camera.
> Drone Punk, Psychadelic Jam session, like if Sunn O))) met Wavves and decided to party, Spoken Word stuff, but less cancerous than my last album
>Post hardcore punk
Just Bass and Vocals
>new concept album
>atonal dissonant vocals
I am sorry. I didn't mean to offend you
This guy is my bae :*
New track up!
>Experimental, Various Genres
>Each release is something different.
Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thank You. :)
What do you guys do to make your music regarding software?
I've got so many fucking ideas for what I want but the software side just eludes me. I've been trying to use FL Studios but I'm fucking hopeless. Could anyone help me out? I want to join in on these threads
>experimental, noise, xd, drone
>I adore the hypnotic rhythms, it's like i'm listening to an Eldritch ceremony take place while i'm watching through an old, grainy surveillance camera.
Thanks a lot, we really appreciate it. I'm glad you're able to put some imagery to it.
>funny as p
>german spoken word over mostly organ(ic) sounds/beats/music, however you want to call it, inspired by beckett's storys and texts for nothing
>electronic, lofi, experimental
>deep distorted melodic synth stuff
>2014 was the worst year, sad beep boop from the depths of my pathetic soul
Really interesting stuff. You remind me of a guy I know named Jay Schleidt. He runs lation.org, does a bunch of weird art, has a show for American Apparel stores, and does whatever the hell he wants. Interesting stuff, very cool
>Hip hop, experimental beats/music, got some vaporwave/pluderphonics.
Will be reviewing through other posts soon
I make some pretty sweet ambient music with FL.
Try to get to a point in understanding the software and the concepts behind synthesizing so you have a plan of action of how to get a sound you want.
Also, freeware vsts: you'll find some awesome shit
>Electronica / Electro / Chill
>post dave-core, the future of sound & noise core, a reason to wake up in the morning
I'd be willing to bet you just take your trip off and spam him.
Fucksake this place is shit now. Faggots like you scare off posters who just want to share their music and mean no harm.
It's just one of those things, just like when the person in front of you at Wal-Mart is being a complete bitch, but you've already waited in line too long and it's Tuesday afternoon at the time where everybody thinks there's enough free time to go shopping and that since it's Tuesday afternoon maybe not many other people are going shopping but here you are standing in line with the crazy lady bitching about twenty cents difference in the price of an item and you know that the cashier truly doesn't give a shit but doesn't want to lose her job because she has to keep both of her jobs to support her family. So she has to call someone else that really doesn't give a shit so they take a while going to find the item and it's really the price that it rang up and the lady either just wanted to skimp out on thirty cents or is developing some form of Alzheimer's but still thinks she's capable of driving and being a fully-functioning adult. Then you start to wonder if her driving skills are impaired and if you'll get hit by her when she tries to back out of her spot in the parking lot, but again you've invested too much time in waiting in this line and you still have a long time until you're going to check out your 22 items that really don't even have bananas or shit that has to be weighed, but screw it, those self-checkout machines are always a pain in the ass and probably take just as much time to bag things yourself and deal with the delayed reaction time by the touch-screen, not to mention the number of times the red light comes on because the weigh-scaled bag section thinks you've already moved your items from the bag area back to your cart when in reality you can fit the carton of half-and-half in there too.
>slow to mid tempo electronic music focused on melody and repetition, kinda gay, really long songs
bump with a side project
>depressing garage pop recorded to tape
>1980s 80's 80s dreamwave electronic kalax outrun retro synthwave emotional fantasy soundtrack United Kingdom
>fun synthy beats
>diy psych/dream pop
>sad songs that sound happy
My shit attempt at making noise music.
>black metal with little hints of emo and shoegaze
Here's a joke album
RECCING THESE ARE MY FAVORITES ALL THESE GUYS ARE SO GOOD
I was bored and I attempted to invent a new genre. I call it Graincore.