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Bandcamp Reviews- 28/07/15

I went and listened to some of the new punk releases on bandcamp so you didn’t have to!

All these albums/tracks were released today!!

Get into them before your friends do and become super cool!!! 522 more words


Seraph In Travail "Bring Forth Death"

If we are being completely honest with ourselves, the last time something new or innovative came along in the world of Black Metal, we had Bush Sr. 359 more words

Band Review

New Music - I Am Of The Universe - Bardo EP

Bardo is the debut EP release from Welsh avant-garde experimentalists I Am Of The Universe. Recorded at their home in Wrexham, the three-piece band ( Emma Howe – vocals, Rob Roper – guitar, Connor Little – bass guitar, Savannah Tscide – a drum machine ), with musical influences ranging from Portishead to Anna Calvi via Pink Floyd and lyrics drawing upon eastern mysticism, the occult and the everyday occurrences of life in general, have produced an intriguing, captivating and at times unsettling collection of tracks. 258 more words

New Music

A World Extinct - Out of the Ashes

Artist: A World Extinct
Album: Out of the Ashes
Genre: Metalcore
Release: July 14, 2015
Country: USA

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Hailing from the land of festivals and biscuits, today’s #onegoodthing comes courtesy of RAAYS.

Harking back to the the trippy early tracks from B-Town’s own Peace (especially their cover of Binary Finary’s… 13 more words


Domenique Dumont - Comme Ça

The fresh breeze comes from the Balearic quirkiness of Domenique Dumont, a mysterious entity behind Comme Ça, a summery album full of lovely beats created on some rudimentary equipment, yet being a perfect choice for a garden party during the heatwave. 43 more words

Jefre Cantu-Ledesma - A Year With 13 Moons

Jefre Cantu-Ledesma definitely loves challenging music. His entire oeuvre focuses in the idea of pushing the texture in music to new boundaries. Whether it’s the lengthy, unchanged drones, ritual marathons or sandpaper, acidic ambience, there’s always beauty hidden beneath the noise. 57 more words