1. Post #81
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    Het Droste Effect - Linger Land
    Genre: Space Rock, Lo-Fi
    http://hetdrosteeffect.bandcamp.com/

    Found this in a "do you like the song above?" thread here, and I thought it was great. Pretty awesome instrumental noise-rock music.

    I found a lot of great music here, thanks guys.
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  2. Post #82
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    Old Man Gloom - NO
    Genre: Doom/Post-Metal
    Sample: http://oldmangloom.bandcamp.com/track/regain-rejoin

    These guys are really something. Great, massive
    combination of doom and post-metal with some
    harsh as fuck vocals. Doesn't cross into the realm
    of "hardcore" vocals imo so it's a really treat to
    listen to. Totally awesome stuff right here. I
    only listened to NO so far but I know I'll be going
    through their other albums. E: Good lord is the
    bass work on this album awesome too.
    This is pretty rad stuff, dude. Thanks for posting it.
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  3. Post #83
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    Found a few good ones lately.


    British Theatre - Dyed in the Wool Ghost [₤2.50 Not sure of equivalent in USD. Like $4.]
    Genre: Electronic, Progressive, Ambient
    http://britishtheatre.bandcamp.com/a...the-wool-ghost
    These guys apparently have some ex-members of Oceansize. Their sound is sort of a mix of Oceansize songwriting with some experimental electronic, possibly trip-hop sounding stuff. Definitely check this out if you're a fan of Oceansize, prog-rock, or even just experimental music in general.


    Snowmine - Laminate Pet Animal [PWYW]
    Genre: Psychedelic, Indie Rock, Chamber Pop
    http://snowmine.bandcamp.com/album/laminate-pet-animal
    Just found these guys and I haven't given them a proper listen yet but from what I've heard so far they're just really great psychedelic rock with orchestral bits. Should be a cool listen.

    I'll post more later. Also I have links for like 15-20 emo/screamo albums on bandcamp, most of them from 2012 and most of them free. Not sure if anyone here is interested but I could definitely post them or PM a list of them.

  4. Post #84
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    That album got a lot of noise for it but I never really liked it except for one song.

  5. Post #85
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    Corinna Rose EP
    Genre: Pop, Folk, Acoustic
    http://corinnarose.bandcamp.com/album/corinna-rose-ep
    I found this artist half a year ago. The four songs are really good, but rather short. If you like acoustic music and banjos you should listen to her songs. She's great!

    Also, shameless advertisment for her kickstarter on indiegogo. It's going be a full lenght album so go help her out if you like her music!

  6. Post #86
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    Not sure if this has been posted before but it's one of my fav ambient, atmospheric album.


    Hammock - Raising Your Voice​.​.​.​Trying to Stop an Echo
    Genre: Ambient Drone Post-Rock Instrumental Shoegaze
    http://hammock.bandcamp.com/album/ra...o-stop-an-echo

  7. Post #87
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    TSOSIS, Igorrr and Girlfriends got posted in here, omg luv u

    i have come to ruin the thread:
    http://clozzles.bandcamp.com/
    it is the worst music on bandcamp

  8. Post #88
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    April 2009
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    Is there any other stuff similar to XXYYXX?

  9. Post #89
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    March 2010
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    Empire! Empire! are giving their entire discography for free this week. That's like 18 albums (EPs, splits, and singles/7"s included).

    Definitely check it out if you like indie-emo and if anything grab their full length What It Takes To Move Forward.

    http://empireempire.bandcamp.com/

  10. Post #90
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    Pyramids/Horseback - A Throne Without a King
    Genre: Drone, Dark Ambient
    Sample: http://pyramids-hhr.bandcamp.com/tra...ut-a-king-pt-1

    I've been listening to this for a month off their Bandcamp
    page and I just bought the vinyl. I don't spend a lot of
    time listening to the songs by the individual groups, but
    collab songs which hold the name of the album are amazing
    and really dark. I was watching nuclear footage while Pt. 4
    was playing and it was immensely more creepy than it
    should have been. Enjoyable listen, if you're into that
    music.
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  11. Post #91
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    Suffocate For Fuck Sake
    Genre: Post-Metal
    Sample: http://suffocateforfucksake.bandcamp...rough-darkness

    Post-hardcore style vocals on post-metal
    instrumentals. I'm not a huge fan of the vocal
    style normally but they're scattered throughout
    the songs well enough for me to find them
    enjoyable.
    I'm so glad I found this on here.
    I'm from Sweden so I can understand the full story.
    It's an incredibly depressing tale but damn is it amazing.



    ANYWAY,
    here's another swedish band.



    Dating
    Genre: Mathy Shoegaze/Postrock
    Sample: http://dating.bandcamp.com/track/give-them-nails

    Incredible shoegaze from the dark forests of Sweden.
    Listening to the sample track above as we speak,
    and it's sending shivers down my spine.
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  12. Post #92
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    Vintage Recordings- Rchetype
    Genre: Drum and Bass

    http://rchetype.bandcamp.com/album/vintage-recordings


    Incredibly good drum and bass artist. Some chill tracks in there. Been listening to him for about a year and a bit now and he never fails to impress me and make me fall in love with his music. I highly recommenced his music.

  13. Post #93
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    Horseback - The Invisible Mountain
    Genre: Doom Metal
    Sample: http://horseback.bandcamp.com/track/tyrant-symmetry

    Since I bought the Pyramids + Horseback split I never actually
    listened to any Horseback. This was a big mistake because they're
    fucking great. They're some of the most listenable doom metal I've
    ever heard, mostly because their vocals sit on the back burner compared
    to the rest of their sound. The Invisible Mountain and Half Blood are
    great listens. The Gorgon Tongue is more drone, less doom, but still
    nice. For a band I've never listened to until yesterday, I'm kinda excited
    they have a new album coming out.
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  14. Post #94
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    I've been into them for a while now, it's nice to see other people give them a listen.

  15. Post #95
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    Lux Continuum

    Genre: Hip Hop, Electronic, Funk, Alternative
    Free on bandcamp

    http://luxcontinuum.bandcamp.com/

    Acoustic version of Back to bach:
    Official version of Back to bach:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xRSR5...feature=relmfu
    Sordid Details:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LzIZ9...feature=relmfu

  16. Post #96
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    Acoustic Labs - Aerial
    Genre: Acoustic Instrumental
    Sample: http://acousticlabs.bandcamp.com/track/dark-star

    This shit is fucking amaaaaziiiiiiing. I've been subbed to this
    guys YouTube channel for a while and I'm psyched he got a
    Bandcamp up for his albums. I haven't listened to the latest
    one yet but Aerial is awesome.

  17. Post #97
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    Miasm - The Dark Roads [PWYW]
    Genre: Shoegaze, Progressive Rock
    http://miasm.bandcamp.com/
    Some really dark and experimental shoegaze. It's like a mix of Have a Nice Life and Earth but it's also quite unique and definitely worth checking out. This will probably end up being one of my top 5 albums of this year.

  18. Post #98
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    Snowmine - Laminate Pet Animal [PWYW]
    Genre: Psychedelic, Indie Rock, Chamber Pop
    http://snowmine.bandcamp.com/album/laminate-pet-animal
    Just found these guys and I haven't given them a proper listen yet but from what I've heard so far they're just really great psychedelic rock with orchestral bits. Should be a cool listen.

    I'll post more later. Also I have links for like 15-20 emo/screamo albums on bandcamp, most of them from 2012 and most of them free. Not sure if anyone here is interested but I could definitely post them or PM a list of them.
    you don't even know how much I'm in love with this album, thank you.

  19. Post #99
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    Solar Halos - 2012 Demos
    Genre: Heavy Psychedelic Rock
    http://solarhalos.bandcamp.com/

    I've started listening to this today and it's awesome, and it's pretty great for just demo's.



    MAKE - Trephine
    Genre: Doom, Sludge, Post-Metal
    http://thebandmake.bandcamp.com/

    Been a big fan of these guys for a while now, this album has a gotten bunch of praise since it was released, and for good reason.

  20. Post #100
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    I go through a few dozen bandcamp experimental beat artists a week. Just some random beats.



    http://naototaguchi1985.bandcamp.com/
    Andherpackage
    Obviously very influenced by Knxwledge, this guy somehow gets the weird delay/reverb just right, plus heavy side-chaining. Def very good if you like Knx.
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  21. Post #101
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    Solar Halos - 2012 Demos
    Genre: Heavy Psychedelic Rock
    http://solarhalos.bandcamp.com/

    I've started listening to this today and it's awesome, and it's pretty great for just demo's.



    MAKE - Trephine
    Genre: Doom, Sludge, Post-Metal
    http://thebandmake.bandcamp.com/

    Been a big fan of these guys for a while now, this album has a gotten bunch of praise since it was released, and for good reason.
    Damn that MAKE band is pretty badass, nice share.
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  22. Post #102
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    E: I posted the same thing twice!



    BADBADNOTGOOD
    Genre: Post-Bop, Jazzy Shit
    Sample: http://badbadnotgood.bandcamp.com/tr...t-to-your-love

    Really young group of guys who make some amazing, jazzy shit. Known
    to work with OFWGKTA and even backed Frank Ocean in one of his live
    concerts. Pretty awesome, but they shouldn't be looked at just because
    they're involved with OF, or even looked away from. This is some legit
    stuff here and I'm excited to hear more from them in the future. They
    have a link on their Bandcamp page for free downloads.

    Edited:

    http://naototaguchi1985.bandcamp.com/
    Andherpackage
    Obviously very influenced by Knxwledge, this guy somehow gets the weird delay/reverb just right, plus heavy side-chaining. Def very good if you like Knx.
    Getting flashbacks of Madvillan.
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  23. Post #103
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    Lovin this, thanks for sharing!
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  24. Post #104
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    Sun Devoured Earth - I Wish I Would Never Wake Up [PWYW]
    Genre: Shoegaze/Black Metal
    Sample: http://sundevouredearth.bandcamp.com...e-reset-button

    I was reminded of this a few days ago. Some awesome gloomy stuff that's hard to place in one genre.

  25. Post #105
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    Locrian - The Crystal World
    Genre: Drone, Doom
    Sample: http://locrian.bandcamp.com/track/obsidian-facades

    Really creepy music. Not the kind of Drone or Doom I
    would use to help me sleep at night because of the
    consistent use of screams, and not like vocal style
    screams but screams that sound like someone is dying.
    Their second album, Territories is straight up fucking
    difficult to listen to. Their frist and third are solid
    though. Debating on getting the vinyl AND CD of
    The Crystal World, mostly because the CD has an extra
    disc of songs.

  26. Post #106
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    Locrian - The Crystal World
    Genre: Drone, Doom
    Sample: http://locrian.bandcamp.com/track/obsidian-facades

    Really creepy music. Not the kind of Drone or Doom I
    would use to help me sleep at night because of the
    consistent use of screams, and not like vocal style
    screams but screams that sound like someone is dying.
    Their second album, Territories is straight up fucking
    difficult to listen to. Their second and third are solid
    though. Debating on getting the vinyl AND CD of
    The Crystal World, mostly because the CD has an extra
    disc of songs.
    Yeah this is really weird, I can't even describe it. I'm not sure if the cringing is good or bad.

  27. Post #107
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    Yeah this is really weird, I can't even describe it. I'm not sure if the cringing is good or bad.
    Their first and third album are listenable in a weird way (I guess about as weird as any of the other stuff you have to listen to to get to these guys) but their second album made me go "Ok, enough of this nonsense."

    E: I also realize I made a mistake above. I said "second and third" and meant "first and third".

  28. Post #108
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    Their first and third album are listenable in a weird way (I guess about as weird as any of the other stuff you have to listen to to get to these guys) but their second album made me go "Ok, enough of this nonsense."

    E: I also realize I made a mistake above. I said "second and third" and meant "first and third".
    I like the last song on the album, Elevations and Depths, seemed pretty unique and the progression was pretty cool. It's like 3:30 AM though so I'm not going to listen to any more right now as I fear for my sanity partially and I'm just tired. I'll definitely try to pick around it more later in the day.

  29. Post #109
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    Elevations and Depths is pretty awesome and the best song on the album imo. I probably would have linked that one as the sample if it was not the last song on the album. I try to always try to avoid linking the first and last song as samples.

  30. Post #110
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    Pilotpriest - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
    Genre: 80's electronic (idk)
    Sample: http://pilotpriest.bandcamp.com/track/xanadu

    Inspired by movie soundtracks, warm 80's sounding synths fill your ears.
    Makes you feel all warm and fuzzy.

    Check out his other stuff. He even remixed Hans Zimmer.
    http://soundcloud.com/pilotpriest-1/tracks
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  31. Post #111
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    You.May.Die.In.The.Desert - International Waters
    Sample: http://ymditd.bandcamp.com/track/signals-to-safety
    Genre: Post-Rock

    Really good, high octane post-rock. This is the first full album
    they've put out in four years, disregarding a split with another
    band, and it's great. Completely retains the sound of the last album
    but there is a lot of punch in the songs now. I'd call this album really
    fun to listen to.

  32. Post #112
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    You.May.Die.In.The.Desert - International Waters
    Sample: http://ymditd.bandcamp.com/track/signals-to-safety
    Genre: Post-Rock

    Really good, high octane post-rock. This is the first full album
    they've put out in four years, disregarding a split with another
    band, and it's great. Completely retains the sound of the last album
    but there is a lot of punch in the songs now. I'd call this album really
    fun to listen to.
    Ordered that album off their site, getting it signed.
    Its shipping from the US so god knows how long it will take :D

  33. Post #113
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    http://propanepropane.bandcamp.com/a...opane-s-t-2009

    Propane Propane - Propane Propane
    Genre:
    Heavily fuzzed out 70's rock and a medium dose of sexadelica.
    Another interesting Swedish stoner rock band (they sure have a lot of them!), though this one is still young and relatively unknown. The songs on this album are a bit more on the raw, heavy punching side with little time for spaced out jamming in between. Although the last song sounds a bit different in style than the rest and is what I'd consider pretty much the definition of stoner rock. A nice little album, great for a first release.

  34. Post #114
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    LAKE R▲DIO
    Genre: Witch House
    Sample: http://lakeradio.bandcamp.com/track/...eat-paislienne

    I don't know what the hell Witch House is suppose to
    be, but this is some pretty chill electronic. He recently
    put out a new album and all his music was free last time
    I was on the page so I got his entire discog. It's
    really something I'm chipping away at. It's not minimal
    but it's pretty...quiet I guess? Makes me think of clouds
    and helps me sleep at night.

  35. Post #115
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    Lake Radio is the only Witch House artist that doesn't seem like they're just following a genre formula.


    BNNT - _ _ [5 EUR]
    Genre: Russian Noise Rock, Noise, Drone, Noisey, brutal, crazy fringe-person hate sounds exploding.
    Sample: http://bnnt.bandcamp.com/track/congo...iting-children

    This a pretty ridiculously cool band. It's a bad ass noise
    project of one Russian man who uses this bass-like instrument
    in the shape of a missile and drives creeper vans around
    and surprises the public with crazy noise rock explosions.
    This album is freaky and bad ass. Lots of raw sounds and
    buzzy feedback with strange loud drums. Lots of eerie and
    politically charged statements and vibes coming from this.
    Really a stellar "fringe-person" insight. There are some great
    use of samples from people talking and awesome use of
    atmosphere. It's probably one of the coolest things I've
    heard this year. Listen to this shit.

  36. Post #116
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    沼泽 (Zhaoze) - 1911 [$5]
    Genre: Post-Rock
    Sample: http://zhaoze.bandcamp.com/track/1911-1st-mov

    Chinese Post-Rock with use of traditional instruments. Nothing to special, but the added use of at least one traditional instrument is awesome.

  37. Post #117
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    http://dopethrone.bandcamp.com/album/iii
    Dopethrone - III
    Genre: sludge/stoner doom metal

    Loads of slow, heavy, fuzzy and downright dirty sounding riffage with raspy growling vocals to go along with it. Lyrics are pretty standard stoner doom stuff about drugs and the occult, there's even plenty of clips from movies and talk shows concerning those themes included in the songs. I mean just look at that album art, you know immediately what to expect. If you like Electric Wizard, you'll probably enjoy this album right from the start (guess where Dopethrone got their inspiration from).

    It's not terribly original or groundbreaking in my opinion, but it's a well put together and very enjoyable album.

  38. Post #118
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    Planning for Burial - Leaving [$5]
    Genre: Shoegaze, Drone, Lo-Fi Bedroom Recording Ultimate Sad-Numb-Man Man Music
    Sample: http://planningforburial.bandcamp.co...louds-hang-low

    I discovered Planning for Burial through Enemies List Home Recording
    (Have A Nice Life, Giles Corey, etc.) and I always had this very subtle
    but bold appreciation for this album. But time after time, whenever I hear
    this man's music after a not-so-good day it resonates on levels with me
    that this earth can't withstand. Leaving is a beautiful record, a perfect
    combination of drone and shoegaze forming to create the most numb and
    incredibly pained music ever created. There is nothing about this album
    that isn't astounding to me. Leaving manages to lull me with quiet walls of
    dulled static and gloom and then lift me high up into the harsh feedback-laden
    wind of a hopeful depression by creating impossibly anthemic ballads of lost
    or far too idealistic love and happiness. Maybe it's just me, but I doubt it;
    Leaving is a monument to all your self-directed criticisms and foolish desires.

  39. Post #119
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    Adrift For Days
    Genre: Stoner Doom
    Sample: http://adriftfordays.bandcamp.com/tr...-of-the-beyond

    This is some excellent stoner doom that I've been jamming
    to for two weeks now. There is something about the vocals
    that just fit so damn well with the kind of instrumentals they
    have going. You can't get the albums off that page, but if you
    click the link to order the albums from their label there are free
    downloads there.

  40. Post #120
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    this thread is posting good music.