Does /mu/ listen to artists from bandcamp, if so what are your favorites?
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It's exactly what I hoped it'd be!
It seems like a good chunk of ambient music I listen to is from Bandcamp.
It's really a wonder that so many people can make such awesome music and go unnoticed by almost everybody. But, I guess I feel like it's like finding cool shells or things in the sand on the beach. You can put it in your pocket, you can show it to your friends, or you can just take it in for a moment and leave it be.
>tfw no 80s anime gf to go on an exciting aloe island adventure with
It's some cheesy instrumental Prog with Synths, but very, very pleasurable to listen to and very addictive too.
It's where I get the majority of my music. Too lazy to post links but I'll drop cool artists to search for.
Willow Beats- Their debut was great but they've mellowed out a lot on their second EP.
Tuber- Some decent instrumental post/desert rock.
bo-en- A theatrical/electronic/jpop fusion with a solid debut.
Coma Cinema- Elvis Depressedly before he was Elvis Depressedly. Clunky depression-core.
Father Figure- A math/prog rock band with two amazing releases.
lmao this is on their soundcloud holy shit :
HOURLY REMINDER THAT THIS IS THE LOGICAL CONCLUSION TO MUSIC
Not wanting to fuck her would be abnormal, really.
Isn't she Madoka Ayukawa, by the way?
This chick opened for Why? when I saw them a year or two ago. I think she's married to their bass player or something.
This chick played some rinky dink house show I went to last week. She was fucking great to watch. Did all her shit live.
Don't think this guy has a bandcamp, but none the less
Real chill work.
Aloe Island Posse