No BC thread?
Post your creation.
>Industrial, post-punk, guitar/bass, vocal, noise, dark ambient, glitch, and etc
>Progressive, thrash-esque, 3 piece band.
Bumping with one of my favorite
>Noise Pop, Shoegaze, Dream Pop
>Concept Album, Drone, Plunderphonics, Noise
>horrible ambient music about aliens and the Arctic
>electronic, ambient,experimental, droney soundscapes, noisy, IDM
Alternating long and short songs. Emphasis on texture and immersion.
Other works include a droney single, an ambient EP, and an IDMish EP.
New album is done, waiting on artwork
>Metalcore, technical, melodic tendencies.
>later half of album is better than first.
merry christmas from a shitty promo shoop I did.
>first half is electronic, second half is noisy freak folk inspired by early animal collective
I'm considering doing a remix album of Fractured Memories so if you want to remix a track message me on Facebook at /cashewmusic
Thank you very much for listens, shares and downloads. I've got huge list of bandcamp artists that I'm going to listen to and I'm taking it slowly. Here are some my recs of things that I like, downloaded, enjoyed or I find worth listening to:
>bit pop, chiptune, dream pop, electronic, noise pop, shoegaze
>One of my personal favorites
>electronic piano, downtempo, experimental electronic, postdubstep
>I really enjoyed this one, I don't know why but Disadvenutre gave me feels
>electronic, art-electro, outrun, synthwave
>rock, ambient, instrumental, post-rock
>instrumental rock, post-rock
Figure I would give some feedback as an OP
I listened to the Messenger so far.
You guys sound tight as a band. I feel the chemistry. The tone of the bass during the solo is tasty as fuck. The guitar solo is rad as fuck too. The call and response type solo was a cool approach.
The overall sound is a bit thin and muffled which is a bummer since you guys got the technique and sound tight as a band. How did you guys record this? And you guys can definitely argue that it's a garage band type sound though.
Awesome job overall on that track though. Keep it up!
Anybody know any blogs like...
...that share bandcamp artists? Or any music in general for that matter.
First Wave post-rock, Instrumental, Psychedelic, hints of Western
>idk dude i usually listen to rock music but this is my electronic stuff. like 12+ albums of it
>psych, garage, post-punk
Working on new stuff but please enjoy some 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
For a progressive band, I really insist you get better production quality.
some songs even sound more of a hardcore genre.
but still, production quality friend.
but all that aside, I dig these riffs bro.
LP in the works
these guys are pretty dank
>death pop / electroclash
>chiptune / dance punk
This is a sick album, from Sputnikmusic xD
>progressive rock, electronic, instrumental
Never was a fan of this type of music but holy shit this kicks ass.
The production is stellar. The guitar technique is great.
If I can be a bit nitpicky, I would've liked some more change in dynamic throughout the songs (like in Overcomer). Although, you did this track 2. The dynamic contrast between the heavy and fast section with the clean guitar section was great.
>>52381744 (holy shit i like this a lot actually)
>rock, punk, indie, alternative, garage, noise, music, sounds...you get the picture.
>atmospheric/minimalist folk, some freak folk
Thanks for listening/downloading everyone
>Been best described as "Evil Japanese
Arcade Racer Music", "A prediction of what the future of music will sound like made in 1982", and music for "driving through the snow at night and pretending like the snowflakes are stars and you just hit hyperdrive". A mix of various electronic genres with a retro vibe.
>shitty recording quality
>contradictory genre distinctions
>vapid subject matter
>atypical percussive elements
New video out now:
New album due early 2015.
>>52381858 (check out The Beverly Crushers)
Stuff I like.
Lots of stuff in this thread I don't have yet. Looking forward to it.
Crown of Life bassist, thanks all! We know the production quality on the album sucks. The producer was also the recording engineer and he was paid in 2 packs of smokes, taco bell, and $25. It was also recorded in a basement using SM58s and some old gear.
Thank you for all the reccs!
Music video: http://youtu.be/A1srlMt3ekA
>experimental electronic techno electro noise ambient
>garage inspired ambient single
>ambient EP w/multiple inspirations and atmospheres, one hip hop beat thrown in just to break it up
Returning all feedback
Just released my new album!
Pyx (Lo-Fi/Sci-Fi/Synthpop) - http://www.thisispyx.bandcamp.com
>harsh noise, dub, plunderphonics
A little bit. Pressed records tend to be more expensive (~$500 for a batch of 100, pricing does vary depending on the company), lathe cuts are generally cheaper. The few lathe records I own are pretty damn cool.
"All lathe cut records are in mono. Lathe cut records are also prone to distorting in the higher frequencies, but this is offset by the fact that they can represent a deeper and stronger bass signal than vinyl records. Polycarbonate plastic is also very prone to build up of static electricity and lathe cuts are, as a result, virtual dust magnets."
Here's a few sites that specialize in lathe-cut records, most have quotes for their commissions:
Hope this helped!
Ah yeah thanks, interesting read. Certainly something to seriously consider in the future, I could put like a single and some B-sides out on them or something since they seem to have to be pretty short
>Dark Ambient/Post Rock/Drone
>Black Metal/Dark Metal
10/10 music in this thread:
>acoustic, indie folk, fuzz, winter folk
Really fun and has a really cool sound to it, the ambient guitars and vocals are really smooth and spacious. Highly recced.
A great artist and probably the first banjocore post-punk jazz artist of all time. I can't recommend this enough.
I'd just like to relay a personal thank you to everyone in here who is constantly making music, often for free. You guys are seriously great, and you've supplied me with a lot of great music that I listen to on a regular basis now. A lot of you are CRIMINALLY underrated. Best of wishes and merry day-late-Christmas. I just thought I'd say this 'cause no one else really does.
and anyone who posts after this. stay awesome.
Hello! just released an album very recently!!!
>experimental, chip-rock, indie, jazz, nois
if you want a free download code with all the interludes for some reason you can email us at
THIS IS PRETTY FUCKING RAD GOOD JOB DUDE
>Glitch, Ambient, IDM, Breakcore
wow, very unique sounding. sick of noise all sounding the same, very gritty and frothy
>bedroom pop, lo-fi psychedelia, bedroom emo
Not mine but I rec
>alt folk, rock, indie
>Psychedelic/Experimental Post Rock
Hey it's Pleasance House, and wow man, thanks a ton, to be called Bandcamp AOTY really is crazy. Also, you said I should advertise Bright Cell more... considering I haven't really done that it's gotten a surprising amount of attention. I might still advertise it a bit though. Also I hadn't listened to your stuff before but I did now. I thought with the John Cena thing it might be too comedic but I'm really enjoying the rawness and energy and it's actually really hilarious. Also dat awesome album cover. Real good work.
Hey, thanks buddy.
Hope everyone enjoyed their non-denominational celebratory occasion this December. Here's a Christmas EP.
>Rawk, Christmas, Comedy
>dance music for when you just wanna get straight-up murdered
>inspired by Discovery-Era Daft Punk
>There were a few anons who made different versions of the album art that I didn't see until a while ago. Where are you guys at? I liked the shit a lot
psychedelic 80s trance
>SEGA BASS FISHING
Well my final track is up, after this I'm finished for good.
I've also scrapped the last two songs I had for it and I'll be sending them to others for collaboration albums.
Thank you, Pleasance House. Coming from you that means a lot. I'll be sure to pass ago your kind words to the rest of the band. Basic Terror is an absolutely amazing album. I look forward to you future works.
>pop, sex-core, 80s, synth
Put up a new single yesterday. I'd like feedback. I thought people would love this shit but it has more skips than full listens and that makes me a little sad.
Forgot a random picture that has nothing to do with my album
>Darkwave, ambient, industrial
>late night boredom kicked in
>first single off my new mixtape
>this is the most "poppy" that the new thing gets...
>shoutout to Soma for letting me sample him.
>downtempo jazz hop
Just put out a new single, all feedback will be returned