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Bandcamp Weekly Centennial Sounds

The 100th episode includes an interview with Vessels and sneak peeks at forthcoming releases from Quantic, Daptone's Saun and Starr, rapper J-Live, and London-based Polar Bear. Tuxedo and Sauce81 bring the boogie, there's atmospheric indie from au.ra and Weli Noël, and we get down with Yalls.

Hosted by Andrew Jervis. Illustration of Vessels by Oliver Barrett.


Mar 03, 2015

Mello Mello Right On

One man in Tucson, AZ, has built a fantastic, independent hip-hop label by rethinking the artist-label relationship. Laurent Fintoni checks in with Mello Music Group's Michael Tolle, whose roster includes Oddisee, Open Mike Eagle, Apollo Brown, Dudley Perkins and Georgia Anne Muldrow, and Rapper Big Pooh.

New and Notable Records

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Zero Gravity State of Mind by Sandra Kolstad

Norwegian vocalist whose blend of folksy guitars, pop hooks and shiny synths has been called extraterrestrial.

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Aureate Gloom by of Montreal

An LP born out of a rocky patch in the life of Kevin Barnes and a romp through the psyche, glam, and punk aisles.

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Fated by Nosaj Thing

The first cat out of this LA producer's new bag is an unearthly ditty featuring Chicago's Chance the Rapper.

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Topanga, California

Films off the cuff sessions with musicians.

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play album Rays EP by Patchwork Guilt

I will never have enough Patchwork Guilt in my collection. Glad to see one of my favorite 2014 discoveries actively churning out new tunes.

play track A Flourish and a Spoil by The Districts

I'm not sure why I love this yet because I haven't heard it, but I know I do. Stoked to see The Districts for the first time next month at The Troubadour in Los Angeles as well.

play album Blind and Brave by The Wild Reeds

Been following these Angelenos for a while in the local scene now. Surprised it took me this long to notice they were on Bandcamp, but glad I came across this. Excellent "breakthrough" album with great vocal harmonies and intricate arrangements which should spread this music to the audience it deserves. Talented group of (mostly, usually) girls.

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