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Bandcamp Weekly Give the Drummer Some

Machinedrum talks about his Vapor City project released on Ninja Tune, and we play the latest from LA-based Hanni El Khatib, hip-hop genius Madlib, soul singer Coultrain, SF's Deerhoof, Deers from Madrid, and Ghostly's Michna. Nostalgia 77 and Marc Cary drop jazz, and we air new Osunlade and Busdriver.

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

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Nov 18, 2014

A Family Affair

In Cologne, Germany, Melting Pot Music and friends have built a vision of hip-hop and electronic music with an ear for the classics, an eye to the future, and a penchant for the good times.

New and Notable Records

   
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Young Sunset by Rupert Angeleyes

Minneapolis band layers swirling instrumentation to flaunt a heady, hook-laden, paisley-colored, psych-pop brew.

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The Other Day by Pomo

Glistening, bass drum-rocking, future sounds that draw from slick, synth-heavy funk of the 1970s and 1980s.

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Spirals Of Silence by Angelo De Augustine

Delicate, warm, and personal; the debut album from this LA-based artist will surely appeal to fans of Elliot Smith.

Fans have given artists $88 million using Bandcamp, and $3.1 million in the last 30 days alone.

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

   

Nathan

Minnesota

Designer, Illustrator, music maker, and a friend.

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play album a toothpaste suburb by milo

I thought I over hyped myself for this, but it turned out it was everything I wanted, and more. Truly a beautiful album. Incredibly layered production and awesome flow.

play album Over by Noyce

This album has got so many different sounds on it, a gem for sure.

Philippe Tremblay

Montreal, Québec

is all about the groove.

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play album Blistering Soul EP by Robert J. Hunter

Very "bluesy" folk music. Hunter's voice grinds and growls just enough to enhance the whole feel and experience. Can't wait for some more music by this artist.

play album Black Sweater Massacre by The Reigning Monarchs

I just love that punk / ska / blues rock thing going on here! Amazing use of the horns and saxes.

play album In Flames by Kandle

Can't help but compare this with Wild Belle, but that's a good thing. It also reminds me of The Peach Kings, which is also a good thing.

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