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Bandcamp Weekly Soundway Soundclash

We dive into the Soundway label, spanning vintage Ghanaian and Thai music to new artists like Ibibio Sound Machine and Ondatropica. Plus new songs from SeaWolf, Horsebeach, and Tora air next to the soulful Wildchild & Aloe Blacc, Miles Bonny and Siji, and electronic flavors from Al Dobson Jr and Unknwn.

Hosted by Andrew Jervis. Illustration of Ibibio Sound Machine by Paul Grelet.

Feature

Jul 29, 2014

Aural Architecture

Listening to Shabazz Palaces feels like a slow wade into a fever dream. One moment you’re in the midst of a flutter of glitchy dissonance before drifting into a respite of ambient tones, and somehow you end up with a song that’s all about eating cake. Oliver Wang dives into the new album, Lese Majesty.

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"puro osso" by M.TAKARA

Carving angular post rock soundscapes with fuzzy guitars and lo-fi electronics, and blending with a hint of Brazil.

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Loved/Dark by Alison May

This Oakland, CA based multi-instrumentalist crafts intimate, honest, and ethereal folk-inflicted songs.

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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.

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ebay addict. e.t. memorabilia collector. mermaid.

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Saw this band opening for Daniel Johnston. Who couldn't love the line, "& through the clouds I saw your thighs, and I realized that Karen, you're an angel."

play album Get Disowned by Hop Along

I absolutely cannot get enough of this album. I love her voice.

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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.

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

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