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Bandcamp Weekly Paul's Boutique

Londoner Paul White talks Shaker Notes, Africa, and LSD, and we air new gems by Via Tania, Laetitia Sadier, and The 1978ers. Also in the mix, comps by 80N7 and Summer Cool, new tunes by Speedy, Puzzle Muteson, and The Harpoons, plus vintage joints from Francis Bebey, Hopeton Lewis and Dennis Bovell.

Hosted by Andrew Jervis. Illustration of Paul White by Paul Grelet.


Sep 30, 2014

Portland: Where Young People Go to Make Music

Laurent Fintoni drops in on a bustling Portland music community that stretches across scenes, genres, and styles, where bubbles of nerdy obsession and interest coexist, collaborate, and thrive.

New and Notable Records

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The Great Year by The Black Opera

T.B.Guy, Waajeed, yU, Arjun Singh, Jansport J, Slot-A, and Georgia Anne Muldrow all on one LP? The fat lady sings!

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The Legend of Sirena by Marina Quaisse

French cellist crafts dramatic blend of abstract beats with strings, dusts all with subtle electronic touches.

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80N7 by various

Featuring eclectic collection of previously unreleased tracks handpicked by the folks at Rough Trade Brooklyn.

Fans have given artists $83 million using Bandcamp, and $2.9 million in the last 30 days alone.

Fan Spotlight Recent favorites from the Bandcamp collections of fans, artists and special guests


Majbritt Levinsen


Danish metalhead, lazybone.

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play album Passage Of Gaia by Arctic Sleep

Passage of Gaia is heavier and moodier/angrier than Arbors from 2012, but it is still unmistakeably Arctic Sleep. Best of 2014 worthy!

play album Regimen - S/T by Gaphals

Get ready to get your brain chock-started with this fun, fast and furious Hardcore Punk from Sweden!

play album Self Titled e.p by Sumeru

Do you like Church of Misery? Well then you will probably like Sumeru!
Heavy, groovy and well worth a listen!

Alex Alexander


Plays music, draws, paints...

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play album Khun Narin's Electric Phin Band by Khun Narin

I love how nonlinear this music is. Instead of going from point A to point B, it tends to just hang out where it is and focus on building and expanding energy within that place.

play album A Record of Time by dirtboy

This EP is a quick, refreshing swig of experimental-folk-rock joy. It's wholesome, weird, whimsical, and honest. Like sharing sour gummy worms with a friend while watching the sunset with your toes in the dirt.

play track HOTEL NEON by Hotel Neon

This is true ambient music, in Eno's sense that "it must be as ignorable as it is interesting". So appropriate for those times when you just need a pool of pure texture & atmosphere to sink into.

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