Old one is bloated.
Make sure to provide feedback, as I guarantee that you will get more plays that way.
<< enjoy the gif.
once i get back to my dorm ill come back and give feedback and recs
>collection of my earliest work
>everything from slow core piano ballads to industrial noise rock
I'll check out some others later, currently out and about.
>noise pop, shoegasze, dream pop, psychedelic rock
New improv album by Projekto Sendecida
> instrumental, first wave post rock
we're pic related. That's our new album of all improvised music
>noise rock, industrial
Love these bandcamps
> Harsh noise
> Power Electronics
Concept album I did about the Waco Siege.
This is my label, I always appreciate when people download and listen in.
We're looking for artists too, any genre.
If you want to be on here, message the facebook page.
stoners / comedy / noise rock / aleatoric
we need the listens, we need the shares, we need the downloads. please guys its literally 2.5 mins long and we need this album to go viral. we need people to listen to our album. please listen to it. its short and we literally need it be popular okay so please give it a listen. its like 2.5 mins long okay surely you can spare that much time just listen to it and help it become viral please. please listen to it. we care so much about people listening to our album and if it doesn't become popular then what was the point in even making it right? we're sure fellow musicians will agree. so listen to it please and help us become famous. please
Recc from last thread
Very solid jazzy sound, really dig the overall aesthetic as well.
> Psychedelic / Hip Hop / Free Verse
>Big Black-esque punk, math rock
>experimental rock, art rock
The Village Bicycle
>indie rock, punk, noise rock
Nice, but would be really something if it wasn't recorded on a potato
Drums don't seem as fluid as they could be or a little out of place but hey that might be my personal pref. guitar sounds great though!
Digging the vocals. Any tips for how to achieve good reverb blend like that while mixing?
Sounds VERY Big Black to me, mainly the drums. Crazy how that can take it in a different direction. More aggressive vocals would suit me but this is still really good!
>lofi, grunge, punk rock, indie rock, 5 piece band live recordings
i had actually been racking my brain for a while, playing with effects to achieve a cool reverb. What I did was record three different vocals, one on L, one on R, and one in center. each one had a light reverb to it. then i mixed them all together in a single track, which i equalized, compressed, and then added reverb. then i added another layer of reverb to the final mastered track. that seems to have done the trick. however, if anyone has a better way of doing it, please feel free to let me know! i'm still working on getting better at producing.
>ambient, piano, instrumental
Wow, sounds so relaxing, I enjoyed every second of it.
I love your industrial noise rock works. I'll download this and listen more.
I can easily say your new album is better than the old one (which was good as well). Will download too.
Also, reccing >>55352491 and >>55353009
Artwork didn't upload last time
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!
>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.
Every single one of these bands are super damn good, though if I had to pick a favorite it would be Outburst Jr. Great punk energy, tasty bass playing, and the singer sounds like a madman.
Alright, I listened to the whole thing. What do I win?
reccin' these two:
i'll listen to some other stuff now
>Black Metal/Experimental/Post Rock
>Noise Rock/Drone Metal
>Synth, Electronic, Orchestral, Alternative
pawing is out may 15th, you can pre order if you llike
check out the music video for Day By Day
>synthesizers and such
I'm currently working on a small acoustic album with a few acoustic covers and some originals, for now I just wanna share this particular track, my own interpretation of Agalloch's "Kneel To The Cross", with some influences from the original song written by Sol Invictus. I'm almost certain you'll like it, I did my best to blend elements from both the original and Agalloch's cover, while adding my own bluesy influences for something unique.
Throwin' out some recs:
usually when I give out recs I'm pretty serious about each one, but seriously, these guys in particular are onto some next level shit. Very much worth the listen.
>Experimental, Various Genres
>Hope In Hand
>Folk, Folk Pop, Lo-fi, Singer-Songwriter.
Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thank You. :)
>found sounds / tribal / electronic
>Lots of Electronica/Dance stuff, including an ice cream concept album
>Little bit of Shoegaze/Dream Pop stuff
this is pretty chill, getting a very midwest-emo -ish vibe from it. didnt find the drum part very interesting, but it was still nice throughout
here is fucking intense, i love it. sounds like filth-era swans, except more textured. next song i liked too, cool stuff. downloaded Didymus Lace and giving it a proper listen sometime.
dug this, some nice shoegaze, cool chord progression and the lyrics remind me of teen suicide or similar bands. downloaded the track, keep it up.
>>55353807 here btw.
Listening to Davidian right now, this is rad as hell. I'm on Messiah and it's both touching and unnerving. Fucking beautiful stuff. Listening to the other stuff on the label in a bit.
>art-rock, post-rock, instrumental, minimalist
>experimental rock, lo-fi, dream pop, noise rock, freaky folk
i'm honestly a bit intrigued by your album, i actually like the random bits of harsh noise. i think you could do something pretty sweet with these ideas.
>A man that cant sing decided it would be a good idea to sing.
anyways, yeah these guitar riffs are pretty cool. tasty chord changes. i think better production could do you really well though. current production leaves it a bit empty imo. otherwise, pretty solid stuff man
fucking love that album cover, works so well with the music. this is the kind of ambient i want to hear, relaxing and a bit melancholic. mysterious. reminds me of a strings orchestra playing some slow movement./ the keys are beautiful when they kick in towards the end of the first track. minimalist but moving. love it, highly recc'd
thank you so much for your kind words man. I've been planning on returning to that kind of abrasive post punk sound in the future. currently working on a psych rock/goth influenced 70s prog rock esque album. being really meticulous with it, i'm expecting to be finished with it late this year
damn! this is abrasive. i'm emotionally moved by this coupled with your description on bandcamp.
>In da club
best tracks: Bitch, Oakley Sunglasses, Turn Uppp, Take Place @ the Mall, Rare Pepes, Thick Thighs
>meme rap, folk, experimental, general fucking around
My friends and I made a mixtape. We hope you like it.
>post-rock, drone, lots of found sounds and field recordings.
cool guy(s) nice
some feedback cause i'm in the mood.
Quite a formula you've got going on here. I love the effects you've got on the vocals. I'm also hearing some shades of post-punk, especially the later side of it in the guitar riffs. I am certainly looking forward to whatever you do next in this style.
You guys are quite a tight group. I love the way the vocals sound in the improvised tracks. I also especially love near the end of the first track where one of the guitarist(s?) were toying around with lots of effects, which gave it somewhat of an atmosphere and a build up. Really all in all it sounds like you have all been playing for a while together. There were a few rough spots, but when you were all hanging onto each other, it sounded quite energetic and fluid.
Definitely would come see you jam if I could.
>bedroom songwriter stuff
>badass cassettes for 5 bucks
>my best friend's new release
>it's too fucking good
maantis here. thanks man. i really appreciate the feedback. i've said it before, and i'll say it again: your stuff is amazing. one of the coolest, darkest, ambient albums i've heard. i basically listened to nevermore to death. i'll have to give the drainer a few more listens.
also for anyone interested, i reuploaded my first album, The Proletariat with remastered tracks, if anyone is interested:
>neo-psychedelia, electronic, experimental pop
> dark , experimental , dub , doom
Just finished this demo, sending it to labels and such, download it if you'd like it's all free, feedback is much appreciated sincerely.