Latest Bandcamp purchase

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Keam, Jul 24, 2020.

  1. mike s in nyc

    mike s in nyc Forum Resident

    Location:
    new york, NY
    I've used bandcamp many times to purchase music, and, actually, have used it myself as a platform to distribute the several albums I've written and recorded in the last 8 years or so. It's a great platform, and i recommend it both for aspiring artists and for msuic fans who want to buy music digitally and have a good portion of the money go to the artist. Note also that bandcamp has been doign a 'first friday of every month' thing where for that day only, they waive their share and all the money goes directly to the artist. Next one is in early August.
     
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  2. Little update, I'm about to buy some instrumental albums by The Midnight on Bandcamp.
    Yes, my budget right now is approximately zero but I'll get new money next week. So... sod it.^^
     
  3. mike s in nyc

    mike s in nyc Forum Resident

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    new york, NY
    by the way, there are many artists on bandcamp (i'm one) who have 'pay what you want' options, (including pay nothing , no worries!)
    :)
     
  4. vamborules

    vamborules Forum Resident

    Location:
    CT
  5. longdist01

    longdist01 Forum Resident

    Location:
    Chicago, IL USA
    picked up a few earlier this month.
     
  6. mwheelerk

    mwheelerk "You say you'll change the constitution"

    Location:
    Gilbert Arizona
    I added this title today.
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    Adam Nussbaum ‎– The Leadbelly Project
     
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  7. mwheelerk

    mwheelerk "You say you'll change the constitution"

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    Gilbert Arizona
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  8. JohnQVD

    JohnQVD is adjusting to having a fully manual turntable

    Location:
    Buffalo, NY
    Tim Berne is on Bandcamp? Ooh, I’m going to have to go check that out.

    I bought ten to twelve things each of the Bandcamp Fridays. The bulk of my new music purchasing since April has been on Bandcamp. Some are the download-only releases, but I’ve ordered a bunch of records, too. July’s purchase was:
    Screaming Females: Chalk Tape (EP)
    Chris Forsyth / Dave Harrington / Ryan Jewell / Spencer Zahn: First Flight
    Matt Borghi: Music for Meditation and Sleep Vol. 10
    The New Mastersounds: 4 Walls (w/Lamar Williams, Jr.) (digital single)
    Jeff Rosenstock: No Dream
    Mdou Moctar: Mdou Moctar Mixtape 3
    Guerilla Toss: Human Girl (single)
    METZ: Acid / Slow Decay (digital single)
    THE GOTOBEDS: Have You Checked the Tapes / Blazing Sun of Youth (digital single)
    Boris: NO
    Deerhoof & Wadada Leo Smith: To Be Surrounded by Beautiful, Curious, Breathing, Laughing Flesh is Enough
    Rob Crow: BLM EPs (series of 3 EPs)

    I’m sure I’ll have 8 more things on my wishlist by next Friday.
     
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  9. RonChrysler

    RonChrysler Forum Resident

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    Rocky Mountains
    No, he is an acquired taste, for sure, and not for those with short attention spans (12 minutes is a short piece). But once you crack the code and figure out what he's about, there's nothing better. It's analogous to working brain teasers or puzzles to me. Never is boring to these ears.

    He's been really generous this year (8 or 9 records released, depending on how you count), and I use that "pay what you want" option to put some extra dollars in his pocket with every purchase. Another one I'll recommend on Bandcamp is the live set by Broken Shadows, which is a quartet of Berne and Chris Speed on their horns, with the rhythm section of the Bad Plus, doing the music of Ornette Coleman, Julius Hemphill, Dewey Redman, & Charlie Haden. I saw them 3 times last fall, and they tore it up every time.
     
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  10. DaveinMA

    DaveinMA Forum Resident

    I don't have any Berne that does not involve Torn. It's only the Sun of Goldfinger release and the TORN:FUR release that I've bought from 9Donkeys.
     
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  11. So... these are my recent purchases. Nice Synthwave stuff. Got this all yesterday night:

    - The Midnight - Endless Summer (Instrumental Album) + the instrumental tracks from the standard album
    - The Midnight - Nocturnal (Instrumental Album) + the instrumental tracks from the standard album
    - The Midnight - Arcade Dreams (TimeCap 1983 Remix) (single)
    - Jessie Frye - Fantastic (single)
    - At 1980 - Missing You (single)
    - At 1980 - In The Air (single) too bad there's a limit of 5 pics per post, so no picture of this is shown here.^^

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  12. Aftermath

    Aftermath Senior Member

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  13. Ooh nice! Instrumental Post-Rock... Will have to check it out. Thanks!
     
  14. Aftermath

    Aftermath Senior Member

    Sure thing! :righton:
     
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  15. Carl Steward

    Carl Steward Forum Resident

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    Castro Valley, CA
    The long-awaited new Pernice Brothers record Spread the Feeling is only available on Bandcamp, I believe, and it's up to the usual high standards of that group. And Joe Pernice also has a solo disc up now.

    I would also highly recommend the Richard Thompson EP.

    Going to look into some of the other suggestions posted here. Thanks for the Lisa Mychols one. I love her stuff, but it's all over the place.
     
  16. gd0

    gd0 Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies

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    Golden Gate
    I did not see that collaboration coming. o_O

    Thanx!
     
  17. dbucki

    dbucki Forum Resident

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    Ottawa, Canada
    Exactly what I was going to post. Saying something is FLAC is not enough.
     
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  18. _David_

    _David_ Forum Resident

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    Cardiff, U.K.
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  19. SJB

    SJB Beloved Parasitic Nuisance

    Location:
    Maryland
    Most of my recent Bandcamp purchases have involved the Vapour Trails, a jangly Scottish power pop group that recently sprouted. But looking at my purchase history, my latest Bandcamp purchase is "Love Song 26," by local band Starbelly, featuring keyboards and backing vocals by Jellyfish alumnus (and current Lickerish Quartetian) Roger Joseph Manning Jr.

    I've also relied on Bandcamp for most of my K.C. Bowman catalog. He records with various oddly-named outfits (Preoccupied Pipers, Agony Aunts, Vinny's Vipers, Fireproof Sam and the Network Stars, etc.) and much of the material can be downloaded for free. Not the most lucrative business model, but Bowman rivals They Might Be Giants in terms of blending exquisitely catchy tunes to (sometimes) deeply quirky lyrics.
     
  20. DaveinMA

    DaveinMA Forum Resident

    Yesterday they had another first Friday of the month Bandcamp Day when 100% of the proceeds go to the artists. Look for another one on Sept. 4th.
    Here's what I got:
    This is what I ended up getting:
    improvisation (Gavino Murgia) by Michel Godard
    improvisation II (Gavino Murgia) by Michel Godard
    The Extinct Suite / Corridor LP ... by Steve Jansen
    Giornale Di Bordo by Paolo Angeli / Hamid Drake / Antonello Salis / Gavino Murgia
    Shapeshifters by Reuter Motzer Grohowsky
    Percy Jones & MJ12 by Percy Jones, Stephen Moses, Chris Bacas, David Phelps​
     
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  21. Cokeman118

    Cokeman118 Forum Resident

    Location:
    ohio
    My latest is The Rentals - Q36. Pre-ordered the double LP gold vinyl. Patiently waiting still. The preorder has high res downloads but I cant wait to play the vinyl.

    Also got Ollie Wride - Thanks In Advance on cassette when it was available. Excellent homage to 80s synth pop on the NewRetroWave label.
     
  22. BeauZooka

    BeauZooka Forum Resident

    Location:
    Seattle
    My Friday bandcamp purchase was:
    Carla Bozulich - Red Headed Stranger
    A pretty amazing and weird re-imagining of the Willie Nelson classic. Featuring Nels Cline on guitar and a cameo from Willie himself.
     
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  23. Louise Boat

    Louise Boat "all of you fascists bound to lose"

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    England
  24. gd0

    gd0 Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies

    Location:
    Golden Gate
    This months honorees...

    New modern jazz, highly recommended:
    Yazz Ahmed - La Saboteuse
    Shabaka Hutchings (in three distinct ensembles)
    - - - Shabaka and the Ancestors
    - - - Sons of Kemet
    - - - The Comet Is Coming

    Zorn-related, to one extent or another; eclectic:
    The Modulators (Brian Marsella)
    FREAKDOM
    Gulgoleth
    Bret Higgins’ Atlas Revolt
     
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  25. mwheelerk

    mwheelerk "You say you'll change the constitution"

    Location:
    Gilbert Arizona
    These I have and very much enjoy
     
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