New bandcamp thread, last one is dead. Please do review previous posters if possible.
Not my bands but...
>DIY, Punk, LA
>Lo-Fi, Grunge, LA,
I'm digging this bro! Especially Rêves Carnaval. Any California shows soon?
Come to the Yung Bae show in portland jan 2nd! pacific patterns is playing too and is throwing an after party! it'll be super fun!
haven't listened to this before. really like your choice and use of synths. really warm and chill textures. look out evolves in an interesting way, started to remind me a bit of old boards of canada tracks
>ambient, atmospheric, noise, down-tempo
>debut EP called Suddenly Sisters
>metro-ko, dubstep, downtempo, chill but trippy
>beginner ep. probably last for a while until I get a better equipment
>for the folks wandering the city lonely, smoking away your last cigarette, waiting for her to call back but you know she won't
looking for feedback and if anyone's interested in a collab.
Reccs and Reviews:
Your stuff keeps getting betters and better. Teach me your weird vaporwave secrets?
Maybe it's because I'm a sucker for ambient work, but this hit in just the right spot for me...
This kinda goes all over the place, but I like it that way.
>tfw she never called me back
Shit this hits a lot harder than I hoped
>super hectic electronica
>experimental at its worst, poppy at its best
>some people called it paranoid pop, so I'll take it
>working on mixtape #3 already.
>working on first LP as well
If anyone wants to help with either the mixtape or album, email me at email@example.com
I don't have a facebook or twitter so my email is the only way to really get in touch with me aside from here
>cello and guitar
i couldn't stop thinking about a girl so i ended up writing three songs about her.
does that make me creepy?
i'll post feedback for other separate from this post, i like keeping the feedback anonymous
thanks man. glad you liked it. I've been working on a collaborative album with BSOFD and I've been sampling some BoC stuff actually, so hopefully you'll dig that whenever its out.
never seen you post before but i'm checking it out right now. i'll give some feedback once i'm done listening to midland
I love this
I heard this yesterday.
It be good arrr (Why am I writing like a pirate. Who knows.)
>Hip-Hop, Jazz Fusion
I'm staying in as usual tonight. Happy New Year.
Listen to this if you havent as well
me again >>52524173
this is sweet. i like the choppy progression playing underneath the organic melodies and rhythm. its and interesting mix. the vocal samples caught me by surprise but fit the vibe in such a cool, haunting way. great stuff man, downloaded. you use the grating textures really really well also. I felt like the ending tracks didn't have as much substance tho, and that by the time you got to the beast this idea had become a little too drawn out. however falconia is a change of pace that perfectly answers that and makes a great ending to this album.
awesome job man seriously!
>indie folk, math rock
please leave feedback of any kind!
recs so far (hope to come back later and update when I get some more time):
really really interesting stuff. love the consistent atmosphere, it's a cool vibe. dream pop components (especially on b-side tracks) great too
this is gorgeous. love the combination of the 'chill' synth elements and the noise. downloaded
>experimental hip-hop // electronic // adultswimcore
wow thanks for the critique! glad you like it. actually, your issues with it lacking substance in the later parts was one of the concerns i had myself. glad to hear the honesty.
thanks! listening to your stuff now. father fire has some really nice sounds
after listening to this, i'm reccing
this sounds like a psyche patient made hip-hop or something, not that it's a bad thing
Pop/rock/stuff. Pretty melodic, I've been told it's catchy.
Happy New Years!
dont post here often but it's the first day of twenny fitty why not
Ambient Hip-hop or idk what to call it
Any feedback would be dope, happy new years!
>i dont know
>Noisy Punk stuff
New Airospace mixtape just dropped. Really talented MC based out of Washington, D.C.
>dub, tape music, sound collage, musique conrete, turntabilism, with a little bit of field recordings
ukulele and didgeridoo is cool i guess
Acab rocky - groups
>dark ambient, spiriual, 2spooky
I'd recc but it'd be a long list of everyone in the thread no point
IF YOU WANT TO COLLAB LET ME KNOW I HAVE A BIG COOL ALBUM OF SHITTY COL-LABORATORY SONGS COMING SOON
I play guitar riffs and loop them/try to make them as complicated as i can while being able to play them and sometimes lay vocals over them
>guitar, alternative, singer/songwriter, folk
>freshly redone DEMO
>freak punk,art garage
>vaportrap, vaporwave, chillwave
Just dropped this like 20 minutes ago.
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Loving the laid-back vibe of this, especially "vapordave".
"Lookout" is very dreamy and pleasant on the surface, but digging deeper reveals unsettling undertones. I really like the upbeat mood of "A Laughter From An Empty Room".
The vintage style took me by surprise, but you pull it off really well. I love this style of mixing old music with new beats.
"The Sleeper" was ok for an intro, but "Twisting Roads" really caught my attention! Nice riffs, man! Listening to "Devil" right now and yeah I gotta agree, this is really catchy stuff.
>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
Happy new year dudes
>electronic music made by a guy who doesnt understand electronic music. very fun. newest EP is vaporwave shit
>punk, lo fi, guitar music, sometimes folk, sometimes fuzz, wide mixing, weird song writing, straight to the point vague shit
Due to my main computer blue screening, I've lost all the new songs, multitracks, sheet music lyrics etc. Plus the strings on my guitar snapped and I only had a borrowed amp.
So I'm essentially unable to make more music, at least for the near future anyway.
>avant-garge experimental art-rock, drone-inspired electronic shoegaze, decko-rock, psychadelic
> stoners, improv, experimental indie, jokes, meme noise
5 albums for the stoned weird in your soul
Not really, no. All I know is it keeps going back to blue screen, takes an hour to scan on how to fix it and then claims it can restore the computer but I'll lose everything on it.
>harsh noise, sludge and stoner elements
Pyx - 'Lava Fields/The City and the Stars', debut double A-side single (Synthpop/Dream-pop/Sci-fi/Hip-Hop from Manchester).
>Vocal Noise, Drone, Industrial, Loops, Live Set
>Noisyish guitar stuff
>Recorded by amateurs in a factory
>Dark Ambient/Drone/Post Rock
>Black Metal/Dark Metal
me again >>52534115 >>52524173 thought i would be gone by now but i guess i have time
i wish i was better at giving feedback for folk music, but the entire genre was ruined for me in highschool by Sisters OR. that said i'll try my best
You've got a very strong voice and your lyrics are pretty good. you play around with some interesting sounds that give your music a unique vibe. I think the opening track went on for too long and could probably have been cut in half. father fire is cool, some vocal oO0OoOs would have been sweet on it. In A Day was my favorite track. the vocal melody was really great and the minimal guitar fit perfectly. I wanted a percussive element to come in and have it build up to being a really powerful, full song.
I would switch the order on Right Into and have In A Day be the closing track
track 2 sounds like something out of the bruce faulconer DBZ soundtrack (which isn't a bad thing at all) squeltch has such a weird kind of groove but its cool (albeit the fart bass) Server is the most vaporwave track in this collection IMO,, its probably my favorite too. it feels the most complete and is very pretty. the second would be probably achievement unlocked. there are also some really cool melodies on sleep mode
I get an almost minimal vibe from this album. Lying just beneath the surface is this emptiness where I fell like a lot could be added to fill out the sound and give it the vaporwave feel, which is typically a lot more cohesive and 'thick' sounding. Although your synths do have a very thick, full tone, at times they can come off as a bit cheesy. The first thing I thought of that would really help complete this would be some vocal sampling
>Enjoy free EP
The Finest memerap in all the land
Good morning, I've got some time to check other pages out today...
Thanks for checking my page out, I appreciate it. I usually don't get too into ambient/electronica, but I enjoy how your songs all have a distinct melodic element or some sort of unifying direction. It's not just 40 minutes of space noise. "Squelch" and "Moment Magnitude" are probably my favorites; it somehow calls be back to playing FFVII in high school.
I'm not kidding, that is a damn good album cover. I don't even know why. But it's a great picture. Your mixing is pretty fabulous, and that with the vocal layering gives a really "all-around-you" feeling. Admittedly, the songs themselves sound like demos of something bigger. If you tightened things up structurally, but kept the same sound quality, you'd have something crazy on your hands.
Holy funk, Batman. I wish I could channel that soul in my guitar. And drop beats like that. Shit, man.
Another great album cover. Good chord progressions, and it sounds like a fuzzy memory of some happy time years ago. I love the yowls/shouts/whatever you call it on "Topsy". I don't think any of this would be out of place as the soundtrack to something FLCL-esque.
>progressive rock, electronic, instrumental
Thanks for listens and feedback, will return them as usual!
>lofi, sadcore, bedroom pop, lyrics about being a piece of shit
reccing all these great people
>>52524463 (fucking love this)
>>52526535 (and this)
my new noise/twitch album, SHEBOLA
>hip hop beats
>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.
Played with my band, Lyrebird, last night, we got tons of positive feedback, so we're gonna record our album soon.
>glitch, electronica, experimental electronic
>techno, dub, ambient, experimental
>hip-hop and ambient that sounds like how the insides of used PS2 game cases smell
shout outs to my dudes:
also: kfc murder chicks, soma, twistpillar, blacktrash&treasure
yo, i've slept on your newer stuff, i need to get downloading. what happened to your first bandcamp?
you know, i dig it, but it's overall a little too...hairless. does that make sense? i'm on halifax blues right now, and so far i dig the oldschool BoC kinda sound you've got going but it needs some grit, or something otherwise distinctive for us to chew on. you know what i mean? otherwise it's just kind of soundcloud-y.
btw damn i haven't posted in one of these shits in a long time, how's everyone doing? who got fucked up new years eve?
Thanks for reviewing my albums, >>52528911
The truth is that I don't know what genre to put this under. I mean it's obviously influenced by vaporwave, vaportrap, chillwave... but it doesn't really fit under any of those categories. So I'm not sure what genre to call this.