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Bandcamp Weekly Love From the Sun

Toasty tunes from around the world by Dexter Story, Nicola Cruz, Soley, Akalé Wubé, Nicolas Jaar, Alex G., and Roseau. Fresh from collaborating with Mavis Staples, Son Little stops by with a new LP, along with soulful UK group The Milk. Also in the mix: Meernaa, Mangelwurzel, and a So Percussion oldie.

Hosted by Andrew Jervis. Illustration of Son Little by Paul Grelet.


Oct 09, 2015

DIY Hustlers

Alex G and Car Seat Headrest represent perhaps the dream trajectory of the indie musician: from bedroom project to prestigious record label. Will Robin talks to both about early days, honing their craft, and the release of brand new albums.

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Nos rendez-vous manqués by Camille Bénâtre

Toulouse-based act makes dreamlike ditties for La Souterraine who continue to deliver top atmospheric French pop.

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To the End 7" by E3

Cavernous echo and lethal low end collide on this heavyweight bass excursion, replete with an El Mahdy Jr. rerub.

Oct 11, 2015
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Nomad by Whiskerman

Following up their excellent comp of Bay Area talent, OIM release Whiskerman's new gospel-tinged LP.

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Stays sane with old school black, death & grindcore metal.

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play album Onward to Golgotha by Incantation

Although I have had this album for almost half of my life, it is one that has provoked me over the years and continues to do so even as my beard continues to grey.

play album In the Nightside Eclipse by Emperor

Mixing their speedy black metal with symphonic keyboards, Emperor create environs of winter and darkness. One can almost hear the pagan's horses thundering in the moonlight.

play album Gateway by Gateway

Partly inspired by Black Sabbath and early doom, the guitars sound so down tuned, the riffs sound like a bass guitar.

play album Zoy Zoy by Tal National

I first heard these guys when I mixed a live show they did in London and I had to seek them out -- such raw energy and funk.

play album The Julius Eastman Memory Depot by Jace Clayton

Months after getting this it's still on rotation and I still feel like it shifts and morphs into new shapes with every listen. Exquisite.

play album Madzitate Guru by Garikayi Tirikoti

This was a totally random Bandcamp find but I love it. The textures of the voices and mbira are the perfect way to get into the day for me at the moment.

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