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New & Notable: This wonky lo-fi album by @datassette includes a vibrant melange of electronica, IDM, and chilled acid. https://futuremassive.bandcamp.com/album/existenzmaximum-ep
@JubileeDJ is Bandcamp Certified 🏅http://bit.ly/2COCpw9
New & Notable: 4 Hero's Mark Mac adopts his Nu Era persona once again for an album of unruly, ’90s-inspired techno tracks. https://nu-era.bandcamp.com/album/evolve
Catch up on the week's best releases. http://bit.ly/2QioqGS
"Iowa Dream" puts forth a compelling argument that Russell is an even bigger influence on modern music—and more strains of modern music—than previously thought. http://bit.ly/375mYh7
“No one would know who we were if it wasn’t for the internet." http://bit.ly/33Cg00V
Cuba has various musical scenes beyond son, timba, or reggaeton, and some of these are beginning to attract tourists. http://bit.ly/2nlVMId
Build the world. http://bit.ly/2lKc4Kk
Though it’s been based in London for a while, Fuzz Club was founded in 2012 “in rural Norway during the 24-hour darkness of the Arctic winter.” https://goo.gl/nfK2wZ
New & Notable: Michigan pop-punk outfit @WeAreFireworks shrug off their hiatus with six and a half minutes of contemplative, churning alternative rock. https://fireworksmi.bandcamp.com/track/demitasse
Yakutsk is known as one of the coldest cities in the world—and yet, it also houses a substantial and heterogeneous punk scene. http://bit.ly/2TJcYCy
This article is old so what is the new new sound of Norway? We want to know! Bandcamp link it up 👇 https://goo.gl/HNGGnh
New & Notable: @jeffrosenstock and @laurastevenson deliver four comfy Neil Young covers in celebration of the icon's 74th birthday. https://jeffrosenstock.bandcamp.com/album/still-young
Death metal is better than ever! *ducks* https://goo.gl/jJDm1e
By adding musical elements from other genres and keeping things raging with heart and guts, this new generation of screamo bands is capturing the imagination of an ever-expanding public. http://bit.ly/2Qm67QT
New & Notable: DZA and Spitta return with another joint album, this time with guest appearances from Dave East and Styles P. https://kushgod.bandcamp.com/album/prestige-worldwide
The 21-year-old prodigy's debut album, "Black Space Tapes," weaves Yoruba culture into a sprawling jazz cosmology. http://bit.ly/2QfTWVX
New & Notable: An all-star collective of pan-African female singers give voice to social struggles often overlooked by the west, empowering through song. https://lesamazonesdafrique.bandcamp.com/album/amazones-power
For a population whose voice was stolen (literally), and whose identity is in serious threat (98% of Aboriginal music tradition has been lost as a result of colonization), there has never been a more important time to celebrate indigenous music. http://bit.ly/2qQE1mo
Taketo Shimada and Stefan Tcherepnin explore death and the afterlife on "Songs From the Shore," echoing the weighty subject matter with lap steel, baritone guitars, and slow, undulating synths. http://bit.ly/2OagpBe
Presto!? has released some of its strongest work to date in 2019. http://bit.ly/33UmFDd
On the surface, Washington, DC seems to be a city of bureaucrats, but the the city’s homegrown popular music offers a counter-narrative. http://bit.ly/2oRll55
These singles were laid down in dedication to the Lord. http://bit.ly/2p3Ptu0
Gong Gong Gong’s first show came at the end of an era for experimental rock in Beijing, and forecast the first stirrings of a new one. http://bit.ly/2pcNN13
“It’s true we love Slowdive and MBV, but we don’t sit around listening to those bands all the time.” https://goo.gl/tnjKpn
Cowboys hit the African continent in the late ‘20s, before country music itself did. http://bit.ly/2mLUoyh
New & Notable: Hunter Hunt-Hendrix explores his "uniquely marxist and psychoanalytic vision of God" on @LITVRGY's expansive, surprise-released LP. https://liturgy.bandcamp.com/album/h-a-q-q
A rising tide of new Italian sounds. http://bit.ly/2pu6kqj
New & Notable: Tempering hummable hooks with leaden gloom, San Diego's @BloodPonies ignite a massive goth-rock inferno on their delirious debut. https://blood-ponies.bandcamp.com/album/hoax
"Labels [were] coming in and taking Chicago hip-hop and then trying to sell it back to us, or define what it is. I wasn’t with that anymore." http://bit.ly/32ITMJj
New & Notable: This Bombay-born, Oakland-based artist makes effusive, emotionally-charged pop grounded in wry wit and sharp melodic sensibilities. https://sunraykin.bandcamp.com/track/idky
These contemporary musicians draw strongly on the traditions of gagaku—Japan's oldest form of classical music—in their individual work, eager to build a bridge across the void separating what was from what could be. http://bit.ly/33L5R1Y
New & Notable: Adelaide producer @strictface showcases his playful amalgam of dub, house, techno, and funk on two irresistible club bangers. https://music.strictface.net/album/clb-hide-the-gold
As @chrisorrickraps explains it, "I Read That I Was Dead" was designed to “delve into a world of monsters that either live in society, or inside your own head.” http://bit.ly/2Ki87Gc
New & Notable: Melbourne hardcore quartet Leather Lickers dust off three rare rippers, each one louder and thrashier than the last. https://leatherlickers.bandcamp.com/album/eye-of-the-scared
The grim reality of climate change hangs over Ecker & Meulyzer's "Carbon" LP, a brooding ambient album based on field recordings from the Svalbard Global Seed Vault in Norway. http://bit.ly/2Qgazk8
Art is Catharsis's only goal is to help music get heard. http://bit.ly/34zdZlY
What’s notable about the current northern U.K. DIY scene is the prominent role electronics play in their practice. http://bit.ly/34l9oUr
Gaijin Blues's 2017 debut EP layers sampled traditional Japanese instrumentation over hypnotic live drums and flute. http://bit.ly/2PRt5zr
Who the hell was Peter Ivers? There are a lot of answers to that question. http://bit.ly/2NATHTI
New & Notable: Tender-hearted but tough-minded folk-pop from this emerging Toronto multi-instrumentalist. https://tasneem.bandcamp.com/album/just-before-the-world-ends-ep
The catalog of India’s aptly-named, decade-old @transcendingobs packs an ambitiously-wide geographical variety. http://bit.ly/32p9toW
New & Notable: Expansive strings and airy synths drive this melancholy single by the Washington, D.C.- based experimental duo. https://aprilandvista.bandcamp.com/track/every-void
New & Notable: The first new album in 30 years from these noise rock pioneers, featuring the iconic Thalia Zedek, positively rips. https://liveskull.bandcamp.com/album/saturday-night-massacre
The Philadelphia band Brain Candle bill their doomy, dismal strain of sludge metal on their Bandcamp page as “ultrasonic aural ecstasy.” https://daily.bandcamp.com/2019/11/08/brain-candle-ocean-of-storms-review/
New & Notable: The Boston indie rockers return, proffering a characteristic mix of poignant lyrics and melodies that can turn from delicate to anthemic. https://hallelujahthehills.bandcamp.com/album/im-you
From her "soulacapella" early days to her plush, sophisticated new album "You & I," @madmcferrin has never stopped swimming against the tide. http://bit.ly/2NHt4wd
New & Notable: Working with several different NYC-based producers, experimental artist Alexandra Drewchin presents a haunting, fluid new mixtape. https://eartheater.bandcamp.com/album/trinity
Here are the best jazz records to hit Bandcamp in October. http://bit.ly/2X9P9qE
New & Notable: The latest from this one-man sludge metal project from Baltimore is discordant, spacious, and as heavy as a full group could ever be. https://atthegraves.bandcamp.com/album/pain-after-pain
 
 
 
 
 
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