This is Alice M.’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Alice M.

  1. Lyon, France
  2. Metal
  1. collection 565
  2. wishlist 839
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  1. ECO
    by David Maxim Micic
    I like the fact that this guy is not in “omg I love djent so much I’ll only let *that* express in my songs” mode. With his friends he crafts thoughtful and diverse songs which can be either playful or touching.
  2. Vökudraumsins Fangi
    by Auðn
    I kinda knew I’d buy something from this band someday. That release made me hesitate a lot less that the preceding ones.
  3. :I:
    by Månskensdvärgar
    This is simply labelled as “ambient” on RYM, so I still haven’t officially bought some pure dungeon synth, I think. But with this it’s definitely getting closer, haha.
    Indeed, as ambient music this does a formidable job.
  4. Dunes Of Dorlmeus
    by Spiralmaze
    I was surprised to see that the real length was below one hour. My first listen put me in such a weird dreamy state that I was pretty sure it was a double album or something. What the hell.
  5. aevum
    by VUKARI
    Vacating Existence (The Final Departure) Vacating Existence (The Final Departure)
    Mostly dark, but allows for a few post-ish moments of respite. But other users said that better than I ever will.
  6. Counting The Ghosts
    by iamthemorning
    I often say I hate the tradition of Christmas gifts (cognitive overhead and potentially useless items), but of course I won’t yell on that particular gift.
  7. Oscillate
    by pg.lost
    Eraser Eraser
    Maybe not the most original of comparisons, but… this reminds me of the two Mogwai albums I own. Some tracks have monstrous build-ups, though.
  8. Protect The Land & Genocidal Humanoidz
    by System Of A Down
    by Cult of Luna
    Surprise EP by CoL? Instant preorder. Don’t even need to read anything about the contents (but I still did ’cause I was curious).
  10. What Matters Most
    by Old Mill Artists
    Duskdrifter - Duskdrifter Duskdrifter - Duskdrifter
    Banquet of nostalgic sounds – some peaceful, some fierce. And support for an interesting cause.
  11. Magnolia (Deluxe Edition)
    by The Pineapple Thief
    Seasons Past Seasons Past
    My main contact with TPT was via the more recent “Your Wilderness” album. Magnolia has more progressive elements, and some of those compositions (and melodies) are really… something else.
  12. Ægo Templo
    by DELUGE
    Baïne Baïne
    Déluge comes back after five years, and the relentless downpour has morphed into a whole weather system. The band is still recognizable thanks to its thematics and resonant “dwooonwg” strums, but they really took it to the next level, and brushed away my fears (a clone of Æther would not have cut it).
    Oh and nice to have some intelligible French here and there.
  13. A Romance With Violence
    by Wayfarer
    Vaudeville Vaudeville
    Atmo / folk bm about the wild West. Now that I think about it, it’s kinda strange that this is not more common. But most band will doubtlessly have a hard time trying to top that particular album.
  14. Last Call For All Passengers
    Oubliette Oubliette
    I’m not *that* familiar with the guy, despite having seen him open for Perturbator a few years ago, but it’s pretty obvious that he took some risks to depict a different… let’s say “world”, here, than on “Automated Refrains”, and it really paid off, bringing some variety and avoiding redundancies. Instabuy for the noob that I am.
  15. Psalms Of Dereliction
    by Lisieux
    Black Flag Black Flag
    The first comparison that came to me was “The Moon and the Nightspirit”, but these universes often diverge.
    Strands of French can be caught here and there, but the overall mystical aura makes them sound foreign even to me.
    Really glad someone suggested this to me, and angry at myself for missing it before.
  16. The River
    by Gloosh
    Strange band name but awesome Drudkhish vibes simmering in lots of other things. A great atmospheric black metal bubbling brew.
  17. v2.0 (Deluxe Edition)
    by GoGo Penguin
    Making complex things sound simpler, and simple things sound complex. Sometimes I tap without quite knowing what my fingers are following exactly, and yet everything falls into place, peacefully, and make sense.
  19. All Bitches Die
    Came across this stuff via some The Body album descriptions, due to some collaborations.
    Gosh, this is terrifying. But also intelligent. Not just violence for the sake of it. And the softer parts are priceless as well. And everything in between (sometimes hard to name or describe) too. Everything sounds true and deliberate. Assuredly an inimitable artist.
  20. Signify (Remastered)
    by Porcupine Tree