New bandcamp thread
There was none in the catalog
Here is mine:
>massive build ups
>lots of layers
>electronic post rock
>somewhat modern classical inspired
Thank you for listening
> dark & light ambient
> waves & drones
Check out and download if you like it! Thanks in advance for all listening and feedback.
>fun feels-y power pop, indie rock, three (and some four!) part harmonies
>influenced by 60s pop and 90s emo
New release, I hope you enjoy it.
>ambient, drone, glitch
Like me on Facebook here: /cashewmusic
petty interesting stuff
ah this is sweet. early beach fossils vibez
actually quite nice - shittiest genre description. beats are nothing too
dont understand it but i like it - probably wrongly
man poland just keeps on blamming out the good stuff nice work
i h8 music thats too happy - soz, just a personal taste thing
1) there are too many things named after soma
2) this is okay
>lofi, shoegaze, fuck you all - this is too good
>not my music - it's coming out on my label tomorrow (cassette+ digital)
>the rest of the album is gonna be streamable in 12 hours or so
>if you guys like, i'll link a mediafire with 4 full length bonus albums
this is the must recent 'single', you can get it for free now
HIGHLY rec this one. Fun vocal harmonies and good poppy hooks. like early weezer or btmi
>shoegaze with post-punk, drone and pop elements.
>lyrics revolve around growing up in a physically abusive household and depression
>ffo hanl, the angelic process
>industrial,dark ambient,black metal,experimental
>sad synth punk / electroclash / chiptune / dance pop
Love this, complex sounds that sound like mountains
Always something to be impressed about with this dude, constantly putting out challenging music
Listening now, lovely guitar sound so far, reminds me of stuff like Veronica Falls, got like a 'Goth starts band in the 50s' vibe or something
Sounds like The Books if The Books didn't spend half their albums fucking around, really like both these EPs.
Checking others out from now on
>field recording aka nature sounds and people talking
>a bit of noise
Just two singles for now, the album is coming for the end of May.
I hope someone will like it
LOVE the art. dont like the first tune. like the second a lot. <3 the 3rd coooooooool
everything IS hideous.i like your artwork. normally hate everything described as chiptune. this is a-okay
fun! I'm not massively into indie-rock, but you have very neat vocal harmonies going on. very belle and sebastian-ey.
this was some really nice ambient stuff. progressive (for lack of a better word) enough to keep me interested throughout, very calming. that being said, at some point there's a really quiet, rising note in the first track that kinda freaked me out because i kept thinking there was something wrong with my speakers, haha.
thanks a bunch! im listening to the how to organize your life compilation and really enjoying it so far. the first track was really soothing and reminded me of grouper and the second one was cool af too. straight-forward beat, layered effects on the vocals, rly rad. that being said, i do think the transitions between the songs are too long. ill keep listening tho
downloaded this a while ago, some really cool chip- and 80s synths, i still ought to listen to the entire thing sometime but the tracks ive listened to i really enjoyed. great album art too.
this is >>54857447 by the way.
awesome! so glad u dig it. pre-ordering is a thing too - but no pressure pressure
i totally agree about the transitions thing - chose the tracklist before checking how long the original tapes were and had to make do
super glad you're digging. the second track is by the dude who's cassette comes out tomorrow
for anyone wondering what we're talking about:
also >>54857712 u might like this fuckin video
Easter is coming and I decided to share this next days for pay what you want. Enjoy.
>noisy lo-fi jams
>entartete kunst for your listening pleasure
>currently working on some new material
I love you <3
I want you to know that I admire the hell out of you.
You're an amazing songwriter.
I love this, the really rigid MIDI sounds fit the aesthetic perfectly.
It's not blowing my mind but I'll download it, would be good to have on in the car or something
Super good music, but it's one of those things that can easily be described by referring to other bands (Weezer and Beach Boys). But I still really like it, and I wanna know what you guys sound like live!
>>54857344 (I actually cited you in a music essay I wrote the other day)
>>54857516 (the 'I feel like killing myself' in the first track is probably one of my favourite samples ever)
>Instrumental bedroom folk
>Pretty static banjo and guitar, some samples and stuff
Just put this online this week, would be nice to hear what people think
HERE'S 4 BONUS ALBUMS
>art-rock, post-rock, instrumental, minimalist