This is Flint’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Flint

  1. UK
  2. Alternative
  1. collection 124
  2. wishlist 16
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  1. To S. / To R.
    by FATHER JOHN MISTY
    To S. To S.
  2. Floatr
    by Happyness
    Undone Undone
  3. A Short Hike (Original Soundtrack)
    by Mark Sparling
    Somewhere In The Woods (Short Hike) Somewhere In The Woods (Short Hike)
  4. pop songs 2020
    by BUMPER
    You Can Get It! You Can Get It!
  5. 1 Trait High
    by 1 Trait Danger
    DROVE MY CAR DROVE MY CAR
    Furry indie music nerd shitposting. It bangs.
  6. Imaginary Friend
    by ABSRDST
    We Were Alive We Were Alive
    Lush, playful and unashamedly & adorably LGBT pop hooks, and then the sudden late-album introspective, wistful anthem that stole my heart and refuses to let go. It’s a good album, but “We Were Alive” is phenomenal.
  7. Say Yes
    by Afternoons
    Bored Teenagers Bored Teenagers
    A pop bombast that changes gears and sounds with each song, never letting go of the concept that each melodic hook can be a little marvel of its own.
  8. Molten Young Lovers
    by Airiel
    Cloudburst Cloudburst
    I enjoy my shoegaze the most when it comes with some clear, strong hooks underneath the beautifully drowning sonic textures, and Airiel does this quite excellently.
  9. The Black Box
    by aivi & surasshu
    Shapeshifter Shapeshifter
    Chiptune, glacial electronica and gently gliding piano - effectively the same sound that the duo have used for the Steven Universe score, but in a fully fleshed out album form.
  10. Low Level Owl, Vol. 1 + 2
    by The Appleseed Cast
    Steps And Numbers Steps And Numbers
    Where midwest emo and post-rock meet.
  11. Infoxication
    by Baxxter & Burr
    Infoxicated Infoxicated
    Glitter-coated cheese.
  12. Blue Box
    by Vincent Blackshadow
    Marc Bolan Sticker Marc Bolan Sticker
    In another universe this is a great US alternative rock cult classic from the 90s. Full of wonderful small town escapism, gripping earnestness and so many standout songs it feels like a crime that this is an obscure Bandcamp find.
  13. Run Down EP
    by Vincent Blackshadow
    You to My Me You to My Me
  14. PDLIF
    by Bon Iver
  15. Dissatisfied
    by Bonus Fruit
    The Dream Can't Last Forever The Dream Can't Last Forever
    Neat vapourwave moods, sudden moments of beauty and some delightful surprise samples.
  16. Conspiravision: Deus Ex Remixed
    by Alexander Brandon, Michiel van den Bos
  17. Christmas Song
    by Phoebe Bridgers
    My friends keep saying all my hipster Christmas songs are too depressing and they're not going to stop once I add this to the playlist.
  18. Twin Fantasy
    by Car Seat Headrest
    Nervous Young Inhumans Nervous Young Inhumans
    Not necessarily as great as many say but you can easily tell why this has become an iconic CSR album and it's plenty good. Daydreaming of a fully studio produced version of this. [2018 EDIT: holy heck it's happening]
  19. Monomania
    by Car Seat Headrest
    Times To Die Times To Die
    A set of great songs crying out for some actual production (but still manages to be a delight).
  20. How To Leave Town
    by Car Seat Headrest
    Kimochi Warui (When? When? When? When? When? When? When?) Kimochi Warui (When? When? When? When? When? When? When?)
    The most intricately arranged and stylistically varied of the lo-fi days. Prog-indie, synth pop, R.E.M. tributes, garage rockers and introspective anthems. The best of the early ones.