Old one is almost dead
> BLACK METAL/Experimental/Post Rock, drone doom and ambient
>an eye opening experience
Listen to OP as well:
>drone, dark ambient, noise, krautrock, black metal, weird pop
check it out, new release soon probably
its all free
>post-punk, noise rock, kinda industrial
>>54629550 your music confuses me on a spiritual level, not bad though, troma is neat, i prefer the noise parts to the vaporwave however
i respect you, but this is corny as fuck
not bad, but the mixing could be done better, which is difficult do do on your own
>art-rock, post-rock, instrumental, minimalist
thanks for all previous feedback, I appreciate it
definitely will listen to this, I'm watching burnward
<<enjoy the gif.
>post-rock /math rock
>bonus noise track
>Hip-Hop, Heavy, Bassy, Dark, Punk, Bangers
I see a lot of musical potential on this one but you could really benefit from some better production on this. The drums sound dead, cold, and distant. Guitars sound nice and spacey, but you need to have at least one sound that's "close" to the listener in the mix.
Posted this in the last thread, but I might as well post it again here:
>chill electronic / "bass music" but not dubstep
I made this EP quite a while ago but I never really posted anywhere until a couple days ago. It's free.
>lofi, indie rock, punk rock, live recording, socal band
>organ, chanber, ambient
some of your stuff is great, but there's a lot of filler
awesome as usual
i'm really loving the new album, way better than the old one
interesting, reminds me of long fin killie, but you can easily notice some of the artificial instruments
i'm not sure how i feel about the music because the mixing almost entirely destroys it
too much reverb
i like the idea of doing noise covers of bands, but it would be more interesting if it was a less noisy group
love the jazzy vibes
no offense but your entire page is painfully cringeworthy, not to mention the music
one of the best rap records this year so far, the opener is probably the banger of the year
this is great, love the moody and minimal vibes
pretty good. didn't blow me away, but it was enjoyable
really good. the mix could be slightly higher though
great if you're into chamber music
>techo, noisy, ethereal, drone, ambient, electronic
> lofi, mathrock/punk, ambient
>noise, ambient, concept album about sleep
>ambient, drone, glitch
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TAPES ARE ALMOST GONE!!!
TAPES COME OUT TODAY!
>super great tape exclusive b-sides
>limited to 30 tapes
>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
>last release under the name Hiding Places
>i'll be under the name Osterman and my first mixtape will be released sometime this spring
this is very interesting. i love how psychedelic it is without using obvious psychedelic music tropes. really neat.
not really my thing but definitely an interesting endeavor.
the whole thing definitely has a very prominent overarching feel to it. but i can't really say i like it. the songs stick with one idea and beat it to death. it makes sense why your songs are all so short. the production is good though, and your synths sound great.
the production isn't my favorite but it's catchy and i really dig all the retro goodness you've got doing on. also, i'm sure you're trying to make up production costs, but i don't know many people who would pay a whole dollar for just one track. make it interesting, like, make me want to pay for it with some bonuses.
this is dope. i listened to it a while ago and it really did grow on me, especially the vocals. i really couldn't get passed them the first time through, but lately i catch myself singing along to it when it pops up in my car while my phone's on shuffle.
>Glitch, IDM, Ambient, Breakcore, Other
>noise rap instrumentals
These guys are good if you like metal. ALSO I'm pretty sure one of the members lives like, right near me but I don't know that 100%.
Psyched to get mine! (ps hey dude)
>from ambient to emo we got what you're looking for (hopefully)
>two releases pictured are Junior Beams [EP] by the Baddest Beams and Greater Escapes by Logan Archer. Both are pretty recent and very good.
>also follow us on tumblr we do reviews and interviews and stuff now
You should be ashamed and embarrassed you fucking viraller. Your fellow bc thread users should be sckened to have to share a thread with you. Trying to get a leg up on everyone else.
lofi stuff made on a nds
>Minimal Techno, Ambient, Tribal, Chiptune
really digging this. would like some cleaner melodies thrown in to clean up the chaos.
this is pretty good, but that one stupid ass chime synth eliminated a lot of the weight this could have. it makes it all feel cheesy.
wouldn't noise rap instrumentals just be noise? i like how you took the risk of making this much more noise than hip how, while still managing to keep many hip hop elements intertwined throughout the noise. it does become a bit draining after a while without vocals.
Demo EP has been out a while now. 20 minutes of evil and cold. Raw production. CDs are cheap.
>fun feels-y power pop, indie rock, three (and some four!) part harmonies, catchy-core
>influenced by 60s pop and 90s emo
New release, hope you enjoy it.
Whoops, forgot the pic for maximum noticeability
>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!
>Lofi Fuzz Pop
Bookmarking this for later. I have to run to class, but this looks awesome.
>psych, garage, post-punk
>New York, Philly
New stuff on the way!
>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
>weird freak folk
>mixed with politics samples
i had no idea what i was doing when i made this a few years ago, although i really liked doing it.
>electronic, industrial, noise
> first track dark ambient
> second track light ambient
> waves & drones
>I can't believe you think viral marketing exists.
>ambient, spacey stuff, meditative
My first full length album with sorta a theme.
Recommending you again.
And same as above, still love the use of beats and noise.
Damn this is great, especcially considering its live, sounds amazing and the vocals are very well done. Definitely recommending.
Recommending this as well, love the raw production and visceral feel to the entire EP.
You keep amazing me with your ability to make beats especcially on the track "Like 8 Inches", and your production is spot on.
Great chiptune style with lovely melodies, would definitely love to hear more from you.
Listening to the Home Language tape, the guitar sounds gorgeous, and your the vocals are extremely well done.
Atonal for the hell of being Atonal? Seriously though, the reverb is what makes this a bit hard to listen to, may want to cut back on it next time, otherwise great.
Love the artwork, and very interesting style of ambient, using organ and chamber instruments.
Reminds me alot of Kreng and the like.
Gonna recommend you again.
God damn, this is loud as hell. Love the vocals, and the grinding electronics is just plain gritty.
> industrial hip-hop instrumentals, glitchy beats, dirty rhythms, minimalist at times, melodic samples used to create aggressive sounds, a shitty death grips
Good stuff, very hypnotic
you were right about the shit synth in my song. i've replaced it with another, possibly even shitter synth. i think it improves my ending though
>EDM. Working on album, now.
>Experimental, Various Genres
>Hope In Hand
>Folk, Folk Pop, Lo-fi, Singer-Songwriter.
Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thank You. :)
> Black metal
> Hardcore elemtents