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>death pop / dancey synth punk
>nostalgic / electroclash
All vocals taken from found sound cassettes from the 80s and 90s
>noise rock, industrial, hip hop, plunderphonics, electronic, free improvisation
>ambient, glitch, drone
Like me on Facebook here: /cashewmusic
>Some Kind Of Electronic Thing, Minimal Techno(?)
Brand new EP from label mates of mine
>Syrupy indie pop
Their drummer is also electronic musician Bansheebeat if you've ever heard of him
>Alternative R&B/Dark R&B
Hi fellas, just released my Alternative R&B EP. Would love to hear what you think, especially about the songs that haven't been released already as singles. Thanks for everyone who has given me feedback during the last two months and helped me with this process, I'm grateful beyond measure.
I'll return all the feedback as usual!
>shoegaze emo lofi alternative black metal
> Harsh noise, weird electronic shit, label
Just did my first show, looking for more artists to add to my roster. Send us a message on the facebook page and we'll set something up. Looking for artists of any type.
The lo-finess is really out of place in the first one. Stop that.
The second track is boring, same beats in a really simple tune. Try more ideas (heck, just adding more instruments would do), or make it shorter.
The third is actually fine, I don't have remarkable complaints.
Did you try to sound like a chiptuned HANL in the third one? Don't do that again.
The last one was pretty good. Spacey and calm.
Overall, it's mediocre, but you can actually do good tunes. Just don't try to mess lo-fi with chiptune LIKE THAT again, that really turned me off.
>atmospheric/minimalist folk, some freak folk
Thanks a ton for the support everyone
thanks guys! this will be the last domina release for a while though. i am working on a huge fucking project. i mean like +4 hours of minimal techno. i think i might have an ep in reserve until then, but other than that, expect more shitty dark ambient.
Whats with bandcamp fags and starting new threads? Is posting in the thread first somehow better than posting when its 100 posts in?
I guarantee everyone who posted in this bandcamp poated in the other one
There's really a lot of genres in this album. Inconsistent, but it would be great as a soundtrack album, like that of Akira Yamaoka's Silent Hill 2. I would call more attention on the less-energetic tracks, like soma pt. 1. Your zig-zag movements make these tracks almost boring. Dunno, make them louder or something to counter that.
I'll be looking forward to it.
there's not much to criticize from a drone ambient album. it's repetitive, but fits for ambient music that I don't want to listen to focusedly. it does the work it's supposed to do for me. it's good at it.
I like the album name. Fix that shitty color palette you got in your bandcamp page.
As for the music, I like it. It's really samey, but you got a great rhythm and doesn't get boring. I don't know how to categorize it though. It feels a bit chiptuney and tribal at the same time, but it's clearly not.
> First Wave post-rock, Instrumental, Psychedelic, hints of western
i know. i'm having trouble classifying it myself. it's like chiptune minimal techno but it's to fast to be called techno sample heavy ambient or some shit. i just call it tapstep. thank you for the feedback! i've always tried to make stuff that relies or freaky beats. maybe on my next record i'll use a program that isn't a giant plie of assholes (fl studio). i'll try to fuck around with the page's design a little more.
full length album coming soon
> Noise, Doom Pop, Experimental
I'm not really into R&B, so I don't know how to criticize this exactly. It's a calm album and I enjoyed that, at least. I wouldn't mind an acoustic album from the singer, either.
>lofi shoegazey stuff
This music is fuckin awesome everyone should listen to it. I have been for the past month or so pretty much on repeat lol. shits gud.
Very into this. Would love to see it live. Downloading for sure!
Interesting. Im digging it. Reminds me of seefeel.
Will return all feedback <3
>lo lo-fi, cassette recordings, lo-fi pop/electronic shit
sorry dudes I can't listen/give recs to anything right now as my internet is shit but I'll do some recs in a couple of hours, bandcamp bros
>bedroom pop, cutesy folk music, female vocals, acoustic, etc.
>dream pop, trip-hop, sad
>new album, like all others, is free
I live near BA, moving there after summer because of school (VSVU/AFAD). To the song names, they are not meant to be understood, the names are just the first words that came into my mind.
>experimental, harsh noise on guitars and electronics
At times this album sounds really mediocre. The second track is such average pop rock, I almost felt like skipping it. Overall it isn't very good, but I enjoyed your more Emo tracks (Warm and Cigarette Burns). If you want and can, focus on that for future releases.
Acoustic emo, a little folk punk I guess. Please tell me what you think. I don't get feedback that often.
>indie pop synth pop
I didn't enjoy this very much. The bases are okay, but the singer is... boring, monotone. It's almost heartless pop. That third track is pretty catchy and good though, but everytime I focus at the singer's voice...
>lo-fi, layers, casio drums
I dropped this like 2 days ago, so I'm gonna shit up these threads until I skip town in a few days ;)
lofi gazey pop bullshit, i dunno
>Balinese Gamelan/Post Progressive Sludgecore
>lo fi songwriter stuff
>FFO Elliott Smith, Alex G
>Cassettes for sale, 5 bucks
>lo fi emo pop
>recorded to tape
>Electronic, ambient, keys, pads, synths, some piano, ocean vibes and sounds
my first demos as my solo project
>noise-rock, math-rock, instrumental duo
>ambient, tape loops, drone, hypnotic
Playing my first show this Thursday with a bunch of punk bands. I'm hella not ready
>mostly mixes with found vocals
>some with friends who'll sing for me
>my guitar in places and bleeps and bloops
>a few instrumentals
I think a little bit more going on would help keep things interesting. Maybe a more prominent synth or something.
this shit's pretty good. Dig the lyrics.
everything sits well in the mix except that crash. I was def nodding along, though.
I think it has potential, but I wish there was something going on over the chord progressions. Nothing crazy, just something to keep things moving forward and maybe fill out the sound. Like I feel like things really picked up and got interesting at about 3:00. I really liked ano nuevo, though.
>dat bass line
this is really good
like a less punk swearin, yeah this is pretty good. I'm really feelin the third track.
I could totally see this being a soundtrack to something. not bad.
1.I think the intro goes on a little bit too long. Maybe if you introduced and got rid of voices it would warrant 2 minutes but it kinda just floats in the same place for a minute or so.
2. put more feeling into your singing bb
3. I cant really follow the guitar. I don't know if it's supposed to be like that, but the rhythm keeps stuttering and shifting and I can't really get a hold of what is supposed to be going on. Maybe a little more practice would help? the bit with the phaser and the panning was cool, though.
dis was p cool, well produced and performed. I dig it brother.
>raw black/death metal and other stuff
Demo out now! 20 minutes of evil. Also out on CD for cheap.
Raw (but not god-awful) production. Hope you enjoy.
This is a cover album, the two tracks you listed are the only original songs I made. I want you to listen to how to feel nothing at all from my last album. You would like it a lot more. I wrote lftdwl as a quick album focusing more on catchy parts, where as htfnaa was more riff feels driven.
>shitty synth guitars
I've decided to sell some of my shit for price of one kebab at a local joint. Almost no mastering, but some people seem to like it. I'm hoping for feedback.
Put up my link, so just went through the thread and picked a link that didn't have comments/feedback yet.
Comments by track number, as they occurred to me:
1. Just trying to get into your sound, I would snip it right off the album personally, start instead with
2. Cute, in and out, tight song.
3. I like this, the twee girl/guitar thing gets pushed to something clunky and punky. I like the tracks where you aren't afraid to go to "ugly" places.
4. Like on this one, where some of the last words in phrasing go off note or sound mangled in your mouth ("dying bre-AUth")
5. The lo-fi confessional angle works for a single track like this. Starts to get saccharine, it gets too much but then the pause and (*I'm not gonna lie...") sequence saves it. Nice.
6. More of this, just give up your words and do some digging in sound
7. Yeah, like this.
8. Groovy. Doesn't overstay itself.
9. Bringing me down with this one. The lyrics aren't special and the strumming at first is plodding. When things kick into higher gear that's cool, just start it right there, the ending is strong, nice.
10. Love ittttttt. Deep and sonorous in good ways.
11. cool resonance going on here with the humming and bending about the vocals. The quirky works.
12. oh shit, dem beats. u go grrl. This is perhaps the most conventional, but it's a pattern that works so that's good. love it.
13. TMI, hard to judge because obviously it's rough stuff you're singing about, so let's hear that anger. Want this same song building to a smashed guitar.
14. Very slick, like this.
15. Lyrics are cringe until the "Clint" verse, just start it there.
16. I'm a sucker for the beat. Fully committed song, like it.
17. Phrasing just sort of wanders around. dunno.
Overall, I think some self-editing can help. The first and last track can go; and to my ear, you can get to the best ideas of each track sooner than later. I like the more brave/experimental moments very much.
>psychedelic hip hop
>drone/field recordings/found sounds, post-rock
My friend has been shitting himself over this release for months, he left it up to me to share it with you guys. Enjoy!
>psych, garage, post-punk
>New York, Philly
>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
First time making this kind of music, could really use some input on the the songs and how they are mixed?
>my first album
>metro-ko, downtempo, dubstep, 2-step, underground hip hop, moody, chill, psychedelic
>collaborated with jordaan mason on a track
>contains samples of the beach boys, joanna newsom, daniel johnston, bob dylan, bill evans, and various films
>made for a girl
def rec this guy. dark childhood video game nostalgia all over the place.
and the artwork is classy, but its from deviantart right? http://scheinlicht.deviantart.com/art/Back-to-the-deep-lands-II-424848551
are you a music therapist? this is soothing as fuck.
damn that depeche mode remix is creepy then turns really chill quick. also digging the funk on blackula
haunting voice in a good way. wave the flag is my favorite since it's a bit more upbeat.
my band just released our new album last night
>tight rhythm unconventional pop
very short chiptune pop songs
>Dark ambient - drone - experimental - field recordings
I love this. It's very atmospheric. I feel like Circle would play during a slow camera pan to someone who is ODing. Great voice too.
Really comfy and pleasantly sad. I like it. >>53796674
Introspective, unsettling, and melancholy. I dig it.
Really quirky and awesome, instant download. Fucking A+ album covers, too. They give me an art boner.
>experimental lo-fi punk
>latest release has lots of grindcore influence
>2nd album is a free improvisation album that i made with my 7-year-old cousin
>first EP is shit but has a song with one of those recorders you played in elementary school
>mid-fi analog tape recordings.
>reich/fripp/eno influences : polymeter, fuzzed out solos
>samples of jazz fusion
>gated snares and lots of stereo chorus
>acoustic, emo, pop, folk?
>krautrock and funk influenced
I did this album with a buddy of mine. He does vocals.
I've put up a preorder of new album recently
>shoegaze, punk, loud
>experimental ambient audacity dark electronic lo-fi plunderphonics spookwave vaporwave
Good besides lyrics, lyrics are really shit bro.
Pic kinda unrelated but might help you think up some better ones.
>ambient, drone, krautrock, weird pop
check it out, new release in a few weeks
download it for free why dontcha
working on my voice for some new tunes as well
pretty much everything I can get my hands on.
I just got some arturia stuff for free, and a spark controller, so I'm using that for new jams. I also use Ardour, Finale, Kontakt, DP8, Hydrogen, various sample devices, tape recorders and so on.
I don't know why everyone is so DAW centric.
Returning all feedback
Brand new songs I recorded just today
Actually a little more proud of the album art.
>Folk, lo-fi, bedroom folk
>Shortwave radio samples-core
We just put out a demo today of new songs.
>emo, alternative, reverby
>ambient, drone, ethereal
Honest feedback very much appreciated
Pretty good, imo it would benefit from being either cleaner or wonkier. The noiser songs are better than the quirkpop and the ambient.
Cool in theory but kinda awkward in execution, tighten up your playing a bit. Also work on the aesthetic a little bit; the artwork, song titles, and music don't really jive.
Not really my thing, awesome nonetheless. Great percussion, great sounding synths. The stereo effects get a little much at times though. Also dig your album covers and shit.
Kinda aimless, and sometimes too busy to be effective ambiance. *wave aesthetics are kinda a dead horse at this point.
Not a huge fan of your voice, I think I might like it more with some more snarl or something. Beats are pretty cool most of the time. Get some better synth sounds.
First transition in the first song is kinda rough, and some elements seem a bit out of time. Serious fucking potential. Gaze harder.
RAD. Now this is some good ambient. Mind if I ask how you did it?
Could benefit from more insanity honestly.
Beautiful cover art. Drums sound impressively real for being sequenced. Not much a fan of the vocalist, really dislike the way the vocals are produced. Cool guitar playing. Also props on using open-source stuff. Change your band name.
Do some more fingerpicking, and more intricate patterns.Most of the little flourishes are really cool, some kinda fall flat. Some of the lyrics are real groaners imo, but I guess that's just a side-effect of the genre.
Rather impressive that you recorded it on what google tells me is normal stereo cassette deck, as it sounds great. Solo instruments could stand to be brought up a little more. Great fuzztone. Playing is great. Streets of Philadelphia is kinda not up to the standard of the other two. Not really that important, but I wouldn't tag this as "American Primitive" because it isn't.