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Bandcamp Weekly Future Bones

Featuring fresh tunes by soul & gospel legend Mavis Staples, plus Norway's Jagajazzist. We air killer hip-hop from Oddisee, L'Orange & Jeremiah Jae, and special guest J-Live. Also stopping by is 22-year-old Cuban singer Daymé Arocena. And hear new gems from Bells Atlas, Twit One, and No Joy.

Hosted by Andrew Jervis. Illustration of Daymé Arocena by Oliver Barrett.


Mar 31, 2015

Sufjan Stevens: Intimacy Unmoored

Carrie & Lowell meditates on death, but also represents a new step in the songwriter’s artistic development. Will Robin dives in.

New and Notable Records

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Living Fields by Portico

Finely sculpted electronic music that shifts effortlessly from ethereal to dynamic. Super guest vocals ice the cake.

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In A Dream by Bouquet

The alluring vocal of Carolyn Pennypacker Riggs sits atop a minimal mix of synth, guitar, and drum machine.

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The Good Fight by Oddisee

If the lead single is any indication, this should be a heavyweight contender for rap album of the year.

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


Melissa Nally

New Zealand

People are not my thing. Music, however...

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play album The Creature That I Call Myself by Julie Arsenault

I apologise in advance to the rest of my music - this album will be on repeat for quite a while.

play album sea oleena by sea oleena

Been listening to Charlotte's songs for about 2 years now, I will never fall out of love with them!

play album His Young Heart EP by Daughter

Late to the party with this great album. How did I miss such a gem for so long?

Carolyn Dixon


Tea enthusiast. Nationals fan. Blogs at

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play album Bravado by Bianca Caruso

This album is fabulous: fantastic songwriting, soulful vocals, tasteful production. It feels both fresh and cozily familiar.

play album Whatever You Need by Rosie and the Ramblers

Honky-tonk angel Selena Rosanbalm (Rosie) and her band make music that's honest, funny, and occasionally biting. The Ramblers’ full length debut Whatever You Need provides a template for building a bridge between a sound that is both traditional and contemporary. At once timely and timeless, these stories become our stories.

play album Love Can Change by Georgia Sound

A folk-pop record that charts the rise and fall of relationships, complete with impassioned vocals and silvery harmonies.

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