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Music for Nurseries
not mine but I'm here to spread the word
>jazzy samples; old school lyricism
My favorite albums are realizm and Levels, but realizm is the best by far
> stoner comedy / experimental / noise rock
>new single from my hip-hop album that's going to (hopefully) drop this summer
that first track sounds dope
heard your stuff before on soundcloud, it's nice music
That AnˈTHēmiks track they have on there is pretty great, would rec
>Noise, Field Recordings, Partly Ambient
>shoegaze, post-rock, black metal
New instrumental for an album I've been working on. Pretty rough but I'm gonna clean it up.
>lo-fi indie rock and folk
Also fuck me meant to post both albums
>lo-fi space rock/indie rock with shoegazey ambient shit
Loving this, especially dug when it picked up hardcore at like a minute thirty. Really nice atmosphere and energy.
Conceptual split album my best friend and I wrote about a series of experiences we endured together, told through a fictional narrative about heroes at sea, an enchantress of the water, a battle between friends, and finding one's way home after the storm.
Mixed bag of genres, I like to think there's something for everyone
Hope you enjoy, and if you can make it through the massive running time, it's sincerely appreciated, even if you don't buy it. It's our personal story and we just want to share it with people. Thank you in advance.
Will be going through the thread soon enough, and will return with plenty of feedback <3
I'm really enjoying your sound. Not usually my sort of thing but you've got an interesting vibe going on here and it's really clear how much effort and thought went into this. Definitely saving the link for when downloading is up, can definitely see myself throwing this on to come back to.
Honestly the only reason I disabled downloading was because RoP still had to finish Dig The Blade, but something tells me with the stress he's been under lately he's not going to. I'm thinking about just enabling downloads and putting this out as is.
Thank you for your support, so so much. It means a lot to him and to me. <3
will do some reviews and recs in another post
>white boy jams
>new experimental electronic EP
>songs about isolation and its pursuit.
Right on. Tell him a stranger on the internet who digs the album says they hope everything works out for him. So far, Shadows Of The Moon has blown me away the most, it's got a garagey lo-fi Pink Floyd vibe to the slow consistency going on. Killer track.
Decent, the lyrics/vocals aren't my bag but that's a personal problem and not a criticism. Really like the sample-based tracks, very atmospheric.
Thanks dude, I'll pass the message along. And I've enabled downloads, so you can snag the album for free if you'd like. I can't express how much your support means to us. From the bottom of my heart, thank you.
>pop, noise pop, sample-based, unfinished
This is going to be taken down at some point in preparation for the full release so listen/download while you can, can't guarantee every one of these songs will be on the final product. The album name will probably be changed as well
Thanks for the support, guys!
Hi I am this nerd
I listened to just a couple of bits and gave it an instant download. Perfect spooky/depressing stuff and I love it, Sounds like good indie horror walking simulator game stuff, if that makes sense
Would be more into this if the lyrics were on the page, cause the sound effects and the levels at some point make it so I can't hear them. Don't know, maybe my ears suck. At some points the effects make it kind of corny too. Listened to The Story of the Sulfuric Sultan though and really liked it, gave the album a download.
Some other just quick recs
I'm on Child Of The North Star so far, and I have to say, I'm in love. Your guitarwork is beautiful, I envy being able to play that kind of engaging, expressive acoustic work. It's really weird, Bob (Reign Of Apollo) and I have been going through some hard times lately, and your music captures the sort of emptiness he's going through right now, and that I just kind of got over. He came in to my room while I was listening and said he appreciated your words, and he sat and listened with me. I like your vocals a lot too, reminds me of Anthony Green.
Really evocative stuff, though, really. I'm going to finish Only Here To Stay and then get started on the other album, but so far, OHTS is really touching me. Thanks for making it.
I like the intimacy and hollowness the lo-fi style gives your sound, really sets this apart from a lot of the bedroom folk music posted here
but this album is leagues better in my opinion just because of the consistent atmosphere. I grabbed this one a few months back and it just stands out more to me. Also really good album cover.
>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.
I really like this, it's noisier than most vaporwave but still has that sample-based vibe. Sort of reminds me of Chuck Person's Eccojams with some trippy beats accompanying it.
The sharp contrast between the clean, jangly guitar and the noisy shoegaze is cool. It's rough without sounding poorly-produced. Have you ever thought of getting into heavier shoegaze and maybe bringing screamo or metal into it? You could probably pull off the Envy/SFFS thing pretty well.
Ayy, I've definitely got to give the entirety of this a listen, I loved the first Wheel and the Leviathan EP. The production seems a little better but it still retains that processed sound (which I like). Really psychedelic stuff.
I'm listening to this one first, and I really love the atmosphere of it! Has the dark vibes reminiscent of Swans' lighter stuff, but feels more tender and "small", in a good way. I like the effects on the vocals, they're very ethereal, which contrasts well with the acoustic guitars and instruments. New favorite!
>shoegaze, post-punk, ambient rock
Here's a brand-new piece I did, I've got plans for a Yellow Swans-esque sleepytime ambient EP.
Jesus thanks. Yeah, I don't like talking too much about the music because I feel really pretentious but in brief UAB is about some drug problems and I wanted the sound of the album to sort of have an overwhelming vibe throughout. Only Here to Leave was sort of more straight forward and angrier/sadder.
This is really cool. I feel like there's not enough fun music coming out in the underground these days because indie music as a whole is so heavily sad (I'm guilty of this) but yeah this is rad.
Thanks so much, Swans is a huge influence (the first song I ever released as Super Magnet was actually a cover of Love of Life for a compilation, czech that and other nifty artists out: https://chvrchdvstrecords.bandcamp.com/album/anything-for-you-a-tribute-to-swans )
Your music is really nice, right up my alley. Great atmosphere and production.
Opening track title really got me because I was just at a Mariano's with my girlfriend and I never knew there were that many varieties of apples but they had a sign saying so and I was blown away and she was embarrassed by my lack of apple knowledge. This is wholly irrelevant to your music but life's about the little things.
>fuzzy dream-pop I guess
I'm really just looking for some feedback
>art garage, freak punk
>rough Demo "Po Mod Triks",check it out!
The first Wheel album was a piece of shit compared to this, to be honest, haha. I had the help of my best friend who's an incredible musician this time around, and his contributions are phenomenal. Also I actually did vocals for this album, so it's a little less abstract than Trinity was. I'm just legitimately surprised anybody remembers that album, haha.
Listening to your stuff now, friend.
>the first song I ever released as Super Magnet was actually a cover of Love of Life for a compilation, czech that and other nifty artists out: https://chvrchdvstrecords.bandcamp.com/album/anything-for-you-a-tribute-to-swans
I'm not the guy you're responding to but that's a nice cover, I appreciate how you did your own thing with the style of the song. DL'ing this comp.
Also, Snake Armed Man doing Song for a Warrior, that's a blast from the past.
you've crafted some really cool sound collages here. i like field recordings. I wouldn't say this music is 2avant4me, but it's pretty damn "post-art," ya feel? lol jk jk. srsly tho you may deter people from listening to your music if you have a demeaning band name lol
I wasn't as huge of a fan of this single as i am of A Eulogy To Eustress, but it's still pretty sick. i like the usage of vocal tracks as a means of crafting a cool soundspace.
This is pretty cool -- i really dig it. it's washed out and has a demo-ish feel that i really love. i also like your wingdings. can't wait for the finished release.
I released this a couple o' weeks ago, plz give it a listen! I <3 your feedback
>pop, bedroom, lo-fi, beats, janky traxx
Oooooh, I love the atmosphere on this opening track. Really like the guitar tones and the melodica (I assume? Harmonica?)
Fuzz is rad, too. You've got a very mellow sound to your music and I really dig that.
Only advice I'd give is you could add more variety to the tracks but that's more of a "you could do this" than a "you should do this" because I personally dig what's going on here as is.
Thank you, it was really cool to be a part of that.
Also yeah, Snake is a friend, he's a great guy and I really like him as a musician.
Listened to this the other day, one of my favorite things I've seen in one of these threads in awhile.
Didn't see you had another album. This is a lot different but I'm really enjoying Chicago and Hair.
>upbeat catchy pop rock about suicide and death influenced by Japanese noise pop
Your melodies seem decent, but the lyrics need to improve. I like the swing vibe you have on There's Nothing Left Here from Me, mixes it up. Maybe get some swing-y piano in there backing the rhythm too.
I'm halfway through Rain and I have to say, I'm digging the fuck out of this EP. Over 7000 Varieties Of Apples was beautiful, I immediately had to show it to one of my friends 'cause I knew he'd love it. Perfect atmosphere, and the part at 1:17 blew me away, the build up was rad as fuck. Same with the transition at 5:31 in Rain, fucking SOUL CRUSHING. I love it, reminds me of Sun Devoured Earth but with a deeper, more aquatic feel. Fucking keep it up, I'm downloading this shit, haha.
great track. when's the full length gonna come out?
>hiding places side project
>demo/outtakes from my upcoming mixtape
>beats, psychedelic hip hop, instrumental hip hop, moody, lo-fi hip hop, sample heavy
Thanks a lot man, really glad you enjoy it!
The aquatic thing is probably because of the obscene amounts of reverb I used.
SDE is great, he's definitely an influence.
Glad you like the production; I can't seem to get it as "big" as I want (which is probably because I'm still using Audacity like a caveman). The apples thing came from a Happy Meal bag; I remember thinking it was a funny phrase for some reason.
hey man >>55097248 here
I'm only on the 3rd track but I'm really digging this project. It sort of reminds me of like a Giles Corey sound so far. Also, thanks for the feedback, it means a lot that some stranger enjoyed something I made
I was trying to think of what SDE track Rain reminded me of and I finally remembered:
The transition with the heavy drums and heavy riffing in Rain at 5:31 reminded me so much of the one in this track at 2:20, same heavy emotional impact. I love that all-encompassing, hard-pounding, wall-o'-reverb effect. Very emotionally compelling.
>it means a lot that some stranger enjoyed something I made
I feel the same way. Thanks for the kind words. Giles Corey is rad, it's an honor to be compared to them.
I disagree but thanks a bunch, hope you dig the other one.
It is. Apples are wild. Jazz apples are my favorite variety, partly because I really like the name so I always buy them.
But yeah, self producing can be a hassle. For what it's worth I really dig it. I look forward to whatever you put out in the future.
Haven't heard of Jazz apples, but I looked them up and they're a hybrid of Galas, my favorites. Good taste!
Glad you enjoy it, I'm going to try to figure out a big boy DAW before I do any more producing.
I can see the comparison; it's cool to be compared to such a great project like SDE, thanks for the kind words!
>Noise - Dark ambient - experimental - power electronics
>I was just at a Mariano's with my girlfriend and I never knew there were that many varieties of apples but they had a sign saying so and I was blown away and she was embarrassed by my lack of apple knowledge
>tfw no gf with superior apple knowledge
>ambient, tape loops, warm drone
It's bedtime for me.
Hadrianic Relique here, thanks for the feedback! Pontiac you're just in luck that I love harmonicas. I'm digging the samples too. I never thought I'd ever listen to folk with samples and this does that exceptionally well.
That album art <3, also the music is great too. I'm really liking your style. Will listen to more in depth when I have the chance to sit down but from what I'm hearing from a few tracks, it's pretty gud.
This my Alternative R&B EP that I released about a month ago. I tried to create atmospheric and moody songs, with a dark vibe to them. People have seemed to enjoy them, tell me what you think!
If you want to hear my new single that I just released, it's on my Soundcloud page:
I will return all feedback as always!
You actually sat through the whole fucking thing? You're a champion, dude. Thank you so much, I'm glad you enjoyed our no-so-little story, haha. It's an honor coming from a musician of your caliber.
>Glitch, IDM, Ambient, Breakcore, Other
Oh, by the way, I saw your recommendation, I didn't know BC had that function. How do you do it? I couldn't find the button and I'd like to recommend your album right back, along with a few others.
>experimental, noise, electronic, ambient
New album is out.
>electronic music, idm, sometimes ambient-ish, noisy
>psych folk? kind of like early deerhunter mixed with the microphones
I hope y'all enjoy it!
Wax Fang - La La Land
new music coming next week
>EDM, house, trance, etc.
>will return feedback on sight
>lo-fi, folk, singer-songwriter, sad
>psychedelic, IDM, trip-hop, downtempo
>1 guy 1 guitar 4 pedals
new ep made today
> Freak folk
>electronic rock, noisy neo-psychedelia, experimental pop
This is some awesome stuff! The first track reminds me of myself, actually. The last track is sweet.
Vaguely remember listening to Pathos. Listened to it again, very cool stuff. The little riff that cuts in at the end of Droplets sells the track. The listener is complacent with the arpeggio and it leaves a huge impression for only being a few notes. Really cool shit.
>probably the best EP I've made
Currently working on a dark ambient EP, three tracks in. I'm returning to 1, 2, and 3 minute track times. I'm excited to see how it'll turn out.
tell me what you think...
Oh and to the talentless hack who is obviously jealous of everyone because their whole body is a left testicle, fuck you and your rules:
I know there are decent people on these threads, and I want to know your opinions. I give out my music free, so if you want to be a douche just fuck off. I have 0 time for you. If you are interested in music, have a listen.
Fuck right off with your soundcloud link in a bandcamp thread. Being edgy will get you nowhere in this world. Calling people out on beef in a thread will also get you nowhere. Nobody is interested in your music. You have to make them interested. This is the exact opposite of making people interested.
Grow the fuck up.
lol what is this post
first of all this is a bandcamp thread
and a passive-aggressive rant out of nowhere isn't going to make people interested in your music.
oh and I did have a listen. muddy synths and really lacking percussive production too. doesn't make me want to play this at a club or listen to it ever again.
>Singer Songwriter with influences of Emo,Post Punk and Experimental Rock (Those last two only show up on my second album)
>Lyrics about break ups,heartbreaks and loneliness
>Second album almost all improv
Please let me know what you think!!
I really love the egoistic way you talk
like you deserve attention because your music is free?
you know, your music is free because you have no choice. nobody would buy those piles of crap
I see... how sad you think you can speak for the entirety of humanity.
I dont give a fuck whether I get attention, all i care about is the fact that I have been doing it for a long time and frankly I dont give a fuck about the opinions of anyone on this site.
I thought there were decent people here, but hey, now that I found out you are all ungrateful little prisses I shall leave.
we have a winrar, a ding ding ding
no, but the entirety of humanity is not here. If you "don't give a fuck about the opinions of anyone one on this site", why did you ask for feedback?
Have a nice life, dumbass.
this is actually pretty sick. it reminds me of a 90s alt influenced ariel pink in a way. great stuff. I would recc this. also you should attach your album art as a file next time u post in the bandcamp thread
your whole aesthetic is absolutely nuts, and you make san sebastian seem like a pretty cool place. i probably can't give super pointed feedback on this, however it seems well produced and very danceable.
honestly i was a bit turned off at first by your album cover (hahaha it's pretty great) and your recording quality, but your songs are pretty well crafted. this album seems like you had your laptop on one side of your garage and you on the other and you just sang and played as loudly as you could (i make lofi music, i <3 shitty audio quality normally). your first album is definitely more listenable in terms of how it sounds. the tracks are so quiet on your most recent release that i ttakes away from the songwriting. overall, cool stuff and waterbury, ct is dope! lots of good music coming outta there.
>post-rock, drone, dark ambient, lots of field recordings and found sounds
New LP probably coming out sometime this week. Another hour plus of music. The attached picture is the cover. It's called "The Drainer".
I thought I'd say that I really enjoy this. The production on Child of the North Star is basically like every single one of my musical "fetishes" packed into one song. I think a lot of this would go well with some soft percussion. Even if it's just brushed snares and hi-hats. You've got quite a formula going here, I love it. Stands out quite a bit.