NEW BANDCAMP THREAD.
Post your stuff and your finds.
Recc if you have time or have heard something before.
>Instrumental Hiphop/Trap, leaned out bass.
More from my label//collective
>experimental, harsh noise on guitars and electronics
>new track is OUT! First LP on the way!
> alt-internet rap (post-hiphop????)
>future funk//french house
>split ep with SUPEREX420
if y'all liked this and the other things from MCLF peep our new website mclf.ninja mclf.ca
>Noise, Experimental, Onkyo
>Made entirely in MATLAB
>duplicate file, that's why there's another pic. lel
>IDM/Ambient broken beat
>space-rock, electro jazz
>5 song suite
Very nice, you ever use pure data or Max msp? Youd feel right at home.
Dayum when that beat come in, love the intro mixture of dry and wet sounds.
Beat is nice, not biggest fan of the rapping but i can see the appeal. Prod is decent some real good moments in itunes password
this gives me nostalgia, strangely enough. i dunno why because obviously I didn't listen to noise when I was 9. I like it
hey this is pretty cool! it reminds me of littlebig planet.
the playing is gooood, love the horn sounds in there too, keep that shit up!!!
thanks bb, i think for all last minute freestyles its a pretty good EP, my new ep finna be better.
iTunes password beat is on this homies album if u dont wanna hear my rapping on it aha >>53391848
this dude also did some of the production >>53391837
One alien and one sad human. More to come soon.
>psych, garage, post-punk
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
>lofi bedroom pop
>noise rock, industrial, hip hop, plunderphonics, electronic, free improvisation
>ambient, glitch, drone
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> First Wave post-rock, Instrumental, Psychedelic, hints of western
Thanks breh. I put a lot of thought into composing this record. Like a lot of thought. I dug into my theory knowledge as deep as I could go. Using irrational time signatures upon polyrhythms and key changes and I tried to make plenty of instrument solos. I tried to do everything I could.
Yeah we'll have some newer recordings up soon. All of these were recorded in my living room with just the built-in mic on my laptop. We're hopefully doing some studio stuff this weekend. Thanks for listening and giving feedback
In broad strokes, I come up with an environment in which randomness can play a role in the evolution of the sound in a sensible and controlled way. I'm going to post all of the code that I used to make it at some point. I'd need to write an entire paper if you wanted me to get any more detailed.
I've heard of pure data. I haven't looked at using other programming environments yet but if I find that MATLAB is too limiting I'd definitely be interested in making a switch.
Not the first person to say they had a strange sense of nostalgia while listening to it, actually.
Thanks for the feedback everyone :)
>pop, noise pop, eccojams, soon to be finished
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Would here would want shirts with the album cover on them? They'd probably come in white and pink
>Electronic, Chill out, Downtempo, Spacey
This got me a Record Deal lol
shallows - citrine
lo-fi, indie, experimental, short songs
>Riddim and other stuff
>Experimental drone noise, three albums of harshness and contemplative screeches and grinds
I'm really enjoying the variable levels of intensity on this
Very full, deep sound. Some of the voices and repetitions remind me a bit of Kikiyama's OST for Yume Nikki
>atmospheric/minimalist folk, some freak folk
Thanks for listening and downloading guys. Check this - https://soundcloud.com/pleasancehouse/tropical-madhouse
I really enjoy these:
3 tracks up so far, releasing a demo EP VERY SOON once I have it on CD, which will probably be some time next week! Raw production, Will return feedback! I hope you all enjoy!
>Industrial Black Metal, Cybergrind, Vaporwave
>experimental instrumental hip-hop
It varies from thread to thread. You can't expect everyone to be able to sit down and listen to everything and come up with thoughtful evaluations for all of them every time. More feedback in general would be nice though for sure, especially to non-regulars.
>drone, ambient, Krautrock, weird pop
check it out
>early 80s pop sung by a mental patient