New Bc Thread the other one is full of dave shit
post your stuff and get feedback,numbers,etc..
>funny as p
>death grips influence
>post-rock, electronic, arabic influence on first track
>first half is electronic, second half is noisy freak folk inspired by early animal collective
>ambient, drone, glitch
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Side note: that autist trying to turn me into a meme and seeing how I react to stuff can go fuck himself. I'll give some feedback when more people post.
> dark ambient/post rock/drone
> black metal/dark metal
>fun synthy beats
>harsh noise, dub, new 9 hour long album coming soon
>shoegaze, slowcore, post-metal
We just recently came out with a new album. Very happy with it.
i am reccomending these beuts
>part spoken word, part tape music
>math and post rock influences
The Ambiguity - When Under a Grey Sky
>the gentle side of ambient music
>death pop / dancey harsh electro
Got caught in a snow storm 10km away from home on my bike today!
A great artist that's not afraid to try something totally different, vast back-catalogue with lots of different styles all over the place.
In the backlog already, started going for bike rides so will work through it then.
Will add some of you other dudes to it in a few mins I'm sure haha
>Weirdo rhythm and noise, ripping apart a guitar, one floor tom, and vocals, distortion and a bit of reverb are the only effects used, tripped on acid 4 days in a row while recording/writing it.
>seeing how I react
>he can go fuck himself
u want to b a meme don't u soma
Just ignore him dude, totally ignore it, it seems to be the only way to avoid his strange wrath.
new Green of Life EP "Weird Peace":
>folk, acoustic, raw
also, recently played three songs and interviewed for this thing:
>psych, garage, post-punk
In the midst of recording, so please enjoy 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
I quite like the idea of dreamy hip hop beats and noisy spoken word, the random bursts of sound at points make it a little bit scary as you never know what will happen next. Very interesting.
Carthago takes a bit of time to build up, but when it does it's brilliant, and I love the sudden change in sound. I love the dreamy vibe on Mijn kamer = mijn boot with the slowly building distorted sounds towards the end. Recommended.
Not ambitious enough for me to really get into, but the synth and drum programming on this is spectacular and the clean, modern feel to it is lovely.
Fuck this is great. It's like I Could Live in Hope meets Neon Bible meets LYSFLATH and it's great. The dark buildup and thumping rhythm on the first track are brilliant. Heavily recommended.
I remember listening to this a lot earlier last year, and I still love it. The mellow guitars set a lovely backdrop for the changing rhythms and subtle details you add into the music, recommended too.
The shifting layers of clean synths on each of the tracks are great. I was expecting it to sound cheesy but this is really nice, and the shifty reverb and delay effects keep it interesting.
Not really impressive, but it's interesting and not too bad for something made by some people tripping and recording music.
The lyrics on this are great, but I feel like the vocal style is a bit too loud and brash for the style you're playing. The lyrics tho...
Already listened to these guys loads, reccing hard.
Thanks guys, really appreciate it <3
It's a vicious circle. He'll probably get bored in a couple of weeks anyway.
as always gang
>drone, ambient, field recordings
working on some new records
thanks dude! i really want to release more in the (near) future that would be more post-hardcore-influenced, any tips? or from anyone else really
planning on recording bass & drums with a friend.
Yeah I recorded it when I was younger and I just wanted to make something that even if it wasn't "good" at least it was raw and didn't sound like other shit. Times have changed in my compositional efforts since then, but that album established (to me at least) ideas in song strutcure that I've been able to really develop over time
>sad indie electrtonic dream pop shoegaze
I'd say that for post hardcore you should get some really good overdrive guitar pedals (Big Muffs are great) and have a good drummer, depending on what sort of stuff you want to do.
I think that the raw feel to the lyrics would work really well in a non-folk context, but it really sounded like very little I'd heard. Who influenced you?
I play with a lot of punk/noise musicians in new england I'll just post some links, they're all musicians I live, play with, or see perform relatively often.
Reccing, tho Vanishes kidna towers over the other two.
Here's my own crap:
I make indie pop and it's mostly not chill at all. I'm going to be releasing an EP every Friday this year so stay tuned for tomorrow.
What genre is it? I would like you to tell me because I take my influences from so many different places and decades that it ends up sounding like a unique clash of genres and influences. I think that's just some kind of postmodern pop but I would like help describing it.
>ritual drone/ambient, many "references" to nature
hey guys! just released my first full-length album yesterday! check it out!
>lo fi psychgaze and noise pop
Vanishes here, thanks for the kind words, especially since this is so good, reminds me of a less wimpy more, electronic version of Half-Handed Cloud in a way. How the heck are you going to make so much music though?
Must say, I feel that the vocals are a little loud in the mix in some places, like the start of 'Lazy'. But that's just my personal opinion and a tiny thing I'm saying just because you mentioned you'll be making more, it's absolutely great.
Downloaded this yesterday really liking it
>23 tracks of atmospheric guitars, strangely tweaked samples and synth worship
>difficult to classify as a specific genre
Stuff that I like:
Thanks. I think maybe I should pull back on the vocal-forward-ness. I'm still working on nailing a pop sound.
Your new album is really good. It didn't hit me as hard as your previous one but that's not really fair because you're doing a lot of the same things as you've been doing in all your albums and the previous one was the first one I heard.
I also liked your e-mail teaser.
I hadn't heard of Half-Hounded Cloud before but they seem sort of up-my-alley.
And yes, I am Girls With Depression. I stopped liking that name tho.
thank you!! really appreciate it!
and thanks for the feedback! yea went quite raw and emotional on this one haha
Yeah I really like HHC, they're on Athematic Kitty and he often plays brass with Sufjan live, so a pretty cool guy by all accounts.
Check out 'Thy is a word....' , 'As Stowaways in Cabinets of Surf...' and his new one 'Flying Scroll Flight Control' for what is his best work imo
>dark electro, harsh noise, field recordings, experimental shit in general
Stuff I like:
I'm also up for anything power electronics or really atmospheric folk.
I'll now listen to
because they sound interesting in description.
>>new ep, just released today
>sample-based hip hop, short
>art punk, prog punk, post-hardcore
other half of the split is some pretty cool french screamo. not on this link though
vote for us on this thing if you want, id appreciate it:
>Traditional folk / Folk revival / Folk punk
This shits actually pretty cool. Would put lyrics over/10
Melodies, lyrics, and music are all really good just a little dry, production wise for my taste. Also acoustic needs a little more bass on the EQ. Good job though dude
>lofi, sadcore, bedroom pop, lyrics about being a piece of shit
all these guys are rad
NEW ALBUM OUT
>lo fi fuzz pop
>FFO pavement, alex g, elliott smith
support with 5 bucks or more & i'll send you a link to a bonus EP. thanks.
absolutely stunning! that buildup on Carthago had chills running down my spine. and i love how downtempo and distorted the second track was. right up my alley!
always a pleasure to see your stuff on here. always great!
love the mood on this. the production is wonderful!
reccing this so hard. love the atmospheres and production of Hotel Anhedonia.
> First Wave post-rock, Instrumental, Psychedelic, hints of western
>new album fresh out today
>17 songs free/pwyc
>silver jews, joanna newsom, guided by voices
> pavement, smog, neil young
fb / princeofTO
cassettes on sale now, only like 9 left!
>dat album cover
this just reinforces my belief that people who put out indie cassette tapes are lazy assholes who just find old pictures of strangers at yard sales and use them as album covers
I'm intrigued by your description. I think your album art could be better with a fairly slight tweak. It's a good photo but I'd like to see what it looks like with the text in all-caps SANS-SERIF in the lower left corner instead of sorta in the middle in some italicized font.
Also, in the future, I'd like to see more attention paid to the way the percussion is recorded. These beats could definitely hit harder and deeper and it'd still be in line with the feel you're going for.
Also: Good for you asking for e-mail addresses when free download is selected. That is thinking ahead.
>Good for you asking for e-mail addresses when free download is selected. That is thinking ahead.
How is that thinking ahead? I simply don't download it if the dude asks for my email.
hey thanks man. thats times new roman, i didnt do the typog but ya i could consider that. and agree drums might be more the focus on future stuff.
re: emails, i think that is the default, but ya
cant please everyone
Because a fan that you can keep in touch with is more useful than a fan you can't. Otherwise, you rely entirely on your fans to just somehow know when you've made more music and that is a leaky bucket.
Someone who refuses to download anything they can't get for at least an e-mail address is probably not that valuable. If they are dedicated enough, there are always ways to get the music without having to trade an e-mail address.
Recs. All of these are sick.
I downloaded your shit a few days ago, been listening to it a lot.
>Post Rock + Sludge, Once Described as "a bit amateur"
>short ambient songs
>influenced by tim hecker, OPN, nobukazu takemura
enough with this dave meme-ery
>ambient, pleasant melodies, boringcore
good night lads
EXPERIMENTAL RAP/ ELECTRONIC/ DEATH GRIPS INFLUENCE
will rate and rec, going through the list now
>all sorts of shit