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Bandcamp Weekly Tommy Guerrero Takeover

This week's show features an in-depth interview and tons of tunes from San Francisco skater and musician Tommy Guerrero. We also air new music by legendary drummer Ginger Baker, electronic producer Napoleon, beat maker Kankick, the gospel soul of Ricki Byars Beckwith, plus Palace and Purmamarca.

Hosted by Andrew Jervis. Illustration of Tommy Guerrero by Oliver Barrett.

Feature

Jul 22, 2014

Our Friends Electric

Philip Sherburne writes about a network of labels from Brooklyn's underground and experimental electronic music scenes that are determined to carve out new possibilities in club music, and DIY party-making.

New and Notable Records

   
today
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And The War Came by Shakey Graves

A masterful step up the sonic ladder for Shakey, keeping his DIY ethic intact while polishing a couple of edges.

yesterday
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The Matrix Of Us by John Tejada

Adventurous LA electronic producer posts back catalog, incl. titles previously unavailable for download.

yesterday
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Source of Pride by Roman Ruins

Paper Cuts and Beach House collaborator records dreamy psyche-pop albums when his wife is pregnant.

Fans have given artists $76 million using Bandcamp, and $2.8 million in the last 30 days alone.

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

   

Jesse

Portland, Oregon

A Portlander pickin' choice platters...

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play album Lame Sunset by The We Shared Milk

Laid back, soulful, experimental indie rock. Really hits stride on the second side. Loved the original version, but the remaster is even better.

play album Introducing: A Happy Death by A Happy Death

Love this album — a perfect mix of punk aggression, psychedelic fuzz, and barstool stagger.

Chris

Dunedin, New Zealand

Lovin' post-rock hardcore, and much more...

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play album solitude by lord snow

A schizophrenic cacophony, combining chaotic hardcore and mathy screamo. Distressing and utterly gripping.

play album Bright Black EP by The Watermark High

Glitchy, multilayered electronica that doesn't stick to any genre boundary.
Synths go from blaring to soft and wavering. Airy pads and samples give each track a unique texture; and unexpected guitar, strings and piano can be heard scattered through the EP.

play album For Cameron by Merchant Ships

A lovingly-created record from arguably one of the best bands in screamo.
Intimate screams, down to earth lyrics, and warm feels all around. Kinda.

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