New bandcamp thread? Other one's got pretty stale
>lying in a field thinking about your childhood
>two new albums out in the past couple of weeks
>chanting, hymns, biblical undertones
>noise rock, industrial
>electronic, future pop, Brazil
Is vaporwave dead yet?
>meme, 1001 albums to hear before you die
I changed my name from k. to The St. Valentines Day Massacre.
Sorry for the confusion.
My bandcamp has changed from
>atmospheric/minimalist folk, some freak folk
Thanks to all the guys in the last thread who gave me a recommendation and had stuff to say. Means a lot. New stuff... soon...
>experimental, harsh noise, dark ambient, lyrics, paranoia
> First Wave post-rock, Instrumental, Psychedelic, hints of western
inspiring, simple, yet somehow intricate music. Listened to it once a few weeks ago and I really remember the songs. Really memorable and well produced
reccing because I've previously listened to and enjoy these, will listen to and review some albums later
>cloud rap, shoegaze, spoken word, new single previewing new album
>Big Variety, 12 Releases
>Domina is Chiptuney Minimal Techno
>Hype Machine is Dark Ambient Stuff
>MC469 is the weird Glitch Lolicore Noise thing that i'm still figuring out what to do with
will return all feedback
i'm also looking for a drone or noise artist to collaborate with if anyone is interested. just hit me up.
the spoken word stuff is fucking awesome. it could sound better with some filters over it, because right now i can only see the white suburban dude saying all of it, but it gives a cool twist to a genre that can get kind of stale.
fuck do i ever.
but seriously, this fucks around with the audio source way to much. it starts to sound like a youtube poop after a while. i might be okay with it if it didn't loop so fucking much.
huge rec to this guy. he knows how to fuse dark ambient with noise.
>Alternative Rock, Post Hardcore, Shoog-ase
Now, if I were to release a compilation of the songs that didn't make it onto either of the albums, would you guys like that?
I have a huge backlog, it would be pretty substantial but I don't feel like it justifies itself as an album. Listen and let me know. Thanks in advance. I'm listening to your guy's stuff, even if I don't link my criticism in my post.
rec'd this in a previous thread.
>similar to The Angelic Process or Have a Nice Life (but a bit poppier)
see you friday!
my good pals
>FFO pavement, elliott smith, alex g
>new album/cassettes for sale on the cheap
> Noise - Dark ambient - power electronics - experimental
>post-hardcore, screamo, progressive hardcore
>kinda like The Fall of Troy
>most intense shit I heard in a long while
>Experimental, Various Genres
>Hope In Hand
>Folk, Folk Pop, Lo-fi, Singer-Songwriter.
Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thank You. :)