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Bandcamp Weekly Steppin' Up to the Mic

Featuring music from Adrian Younge with Laeitita Sadier, Maribou State, James Tillman, and Los Angeles Police Department, plus cameos from Daedelus, Open Mike Eagle and Ariel Pink. This week's guests are Saun and Starr who, after years of backing Sharon Jones, have a new album of their own for Daptone.

Hosted by Andrew Jervis. Illustration of Saun & Starr by Paul Grelet.

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May 19, 2015

Do You Feel Me?

For her second album, composer and sound artist Holly Herndon deconstructs dance-floor rhythms with an experimental edge in a focused commentary on the politics of our digital world.

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Monterey by The Milk Carton Kids

Indie folk duo from Eagle Rock, California, keep ingredients minimal - just sublime vocal harmonies and delicate guitar work.

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Steps by slow steve

Vintage synths whirr and pulsate as Berlin-based Steve drops a summery 6th album, released by Morr Music.

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Sound Museum by Jaze Baqti

French producer travels the world, making tunes inspired by Donald Byrd, Sun Ra, and Abdullah Ibrahim, as he goes.

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

   

Antònia Folguera

Barcelona, Spain

Multimedia adventurer at www.dorkbotbarcelona.org

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play track The Way You EP by lotide

Lotide makes beautiful yet strange music, that even though you can frame it in the "beats" category, it sounds like nothing you've ever heard before. Lotide has truly a sound of his own.

play track Tomorrow’s Achievements: Parry Music Library 1976-86 by Various Artists

This library music compilation is well curated and has one of the best looking covers out there.

play album Fresh Eyes / Fixxx by Nautic

In the UK, in the 80s, there were a bunch of groups who did beautiful sophisticated pop. This tradition seemed somehow lost. Not anymore.

Niccolo Brown

Warrington, UK

Fan of hip-hop, grime, extreme metal and eclectic electronics.

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play album Movin' Forward - A Tribute To DJ Rashad by Machinedrum

The late, great Rashad Harden, was responsible for dragging footwork from its regional roots onto the world stage. This EP is a fitting tribute ... all proceeds go to his estate and family.

play album Warp Purpose Vol. I (SR007) by BOA

Manifestations here of post-punk, dub and industrial techno, an eclecticism that ensures BOA's debut EP remains consistently compelling throughout.

play album Essene by Essene

Another strange and eerie transmission from the fertile hinterland where black metal meets ... well, I'm not really sure what it meets in Essene's case but I like this a lot.

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