>Black metal guy doing an electronic/ambient/acoustic album
>lots of layers
>electronic post rock
>massive build ups
>somewhat modern classical inspired
Thank you for listening
>math and post rock with fake guitars
>it's all free to download too
Interesting sounds. Huge 90s video game vibes. Great concept
>art-rock, post-rock, minimalist, instrumental
>side project of Get Lost, Wire Avenue
As a side project of "Get Lost, Wire Avenue", I decided to make 'Dry Flames Burning in Your Chest' for couple of hours (it's still running) for name your price. I hope you enjoy it.
>decide for yourself
Dark Ambient/Post rock/Black Metal
i like the way the drums and guitar stick the rough rhythms. good short songs, not sure how much i agree with the sentiment of the vocals though.
this first song is evolving really nicely, but i'm not nearly high enough for this yet.
>sad cute indie folk music, bedroom pop, female vocals
>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!
>noise pop / chiptune / synths / fuzzy guitar
I think I'm gonna release a short, 3 song EP sometime in the next few months. I have 2 songs in the nearly complete stage and 1 in its infancy.
I'll check out some more now.
>experimental instrumental hip-hop
>death pop / dance-punk
cassettes available now!
Checking out you punks that I haven't already got now
Can say I like this stuff right now, and that they contribute greatly to our bandcamp thread traditions
>Post-rock/ Psychedelia/ Ambient
Putting out cassettes soon ~
Sorry if this gets double posted, not sure if the last one went through or not.
>This is quite cool. really enjoying the layering on the second half of this first track. Everything fits really well together and doesn't get boring at all. Great work. Really beautiful.
Really awesome playing and energy. Great vocal performance too. Awesome all around.
Pretty cool. The drums are maybe a tad quiet, at least on this first track. It starts getting a little repetitive towards the middle, then it seems to just keep repeating without much evolution towards the end. Repeating is okay but try to have something else going on that is evolving as you repeat your musical idea.
Pretty cute. Good singing and the vocal layering is a nice touch. Sometimes the lyrics feel a bit awkward but it can be endearing. Keep it up!
Not really into the autotune vocals and the melody on the first track. Second track is way better, but it's still not really my thing.
>Written and recorded in between frantic masturbation sessions
>Lyrics lean more on the sarcastic side but there's a message in a few of the tracks
>If songs about brutal threesomes with Lana Del Rey and Lorde are your thing, then this new EP is for you
>short songs for people with short tempers
>the First Four EPs comp will be out in a month or so
>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
>guitars, minimal, cozy
>viral marketing scum
>hippie bitches whinin in a mic
Thanks for the feedback!
This was a really cool listen. Your style is interesting and I felt like you achieved the things that you wrote on BC you wanted to achieve with your music.
>ambient, tape loops, drone
Show tomorrow night! First one ever!
really weird childrens music?
im thinking of making a industrial nasheed album,any thoughts/tips?
>noise rock, industrial, hip hop, plunderphonics, electronic, free improvisation
>ambient, glitch, drone
Like me on Facebook here: /cashewmusic
>emo folk recorded on a city street in conway, arkansas
Returning all feedback
>ambient, dub, techno, experimental
By far your best release. Instrumentals are mostly captivating, though tracks 3 to 6 are a little too repetitive for my tastes. First two tracks are beautiful. Complimenting the vocals is pointless at this point, but throughout your releases they have been interesting. "Death Blues" is glorious. Vocals compliment the track very very well, especially the yelps. Very strong last few tracks in general, though "Kidnapping" seems to rely a little too heavily on the raw sample. "Cop" feels out of place sonically, but perhaps lyrically it is part of the narrative. Well done, Churros, you have crafted one of the best albums to be posted in these threads. 7.5/10
This is rad, man. Elegantly composed and I like how it sounds. Break a leg tomorrow, too - are the other artists at the show also drone/ambient musicians or is it just gonna be you vs. a bunch of rock bands or whatever haha
Everything comes together really nicely on this and that transparency-sheet album art looks schweet
Listen to this ppl
<3 got a tape last night
Oh hey man I didn't get to respond in the other thread but yeah we should get tacos sometime
We (4!) are reissuing Junior Beams [EP] by the Baddest Beams and three albums by Logan Archer, all are now available on cassette for the first time meow
>we're up to 8 releases so far
>they run the gamut from folk to noise to psych pop and a few things in between
>experimental, electronic, neo-psychedelia
>nosie pop, shoegazey electronic rock
i'll be on for a little while listening to your stuff
>eight hour continuous single take noise improvisation featuring guitars, bass,d rums, keyboards, stand up comedy, violin, accordion, bongos, piano, screaming, most of the movie The Room distorted through a Kaoscillator, and a minibrute running so loud it lit a pair of speakers on fire
also on that bandcamp is a collection of much shorter live sets
> First Wave post-rock, Instrumental, Psychedelic, hints of western
Yes, I know this is not bandcamp. Album will be releasing in March, likely thru BC, and I wanted to see what you guys think! Feel free to leave feedback if you guys do the SC thing.
>lofi, screamo, math punk,
>that house show (probably)
>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
Digging the fuck out of this, love that it was recorded outside.
Liking this a lot more than I though I would, can't wait to get to The Room part
>Indie Rock, eclectic, our next album is going to be way way better, hopefully coming out in the spring
https://wayneszalinski.bandcamp.com/ (The EPs are free and better than the full-length)
shallows - citrine
lo-fi, indie, experimental, short songs
Demo out now! 20 minutes long, dark and evil. Raw (but not really shit) production. Hope you enjoy!
Hey, you worked with Cherry Cardinal Hotel, didn't you?
I liked "Drag Queens." That was pretty cool.
Your album isn't that bad either.
Thanks for the love. It means a lot
my records are finally finished and up on my bandcamp store, get em while they're hot!
my faves and friends
Oops, forgot the pic! https://joshbonanno.bandcamp.com
>3 Albums Of Hard To Define Minimal Technoish Stuff
>post-rock, drone, ambient, field recordings
We're starting on another hopefully studio album sometime next week, it's gonna have a lot of live classical instrumentation in it.
Stuff I listen to on a regular basis: