This is David Knights Cowling’s music collection on Bandcamp.

David Knights Cowling

  1. Vancouver, British Columbia
  2. Alternative
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  1. Two Half Words
    by Sam Tudor
  2. A Balloon Called Moaning (10th Anniversary Edition)
    by The Joy Formidable
  3. W H O K I L L
    by Tune-Yards
  4. Escape from Planet Devours
    by Devours
  5. Slayer Moon / 2020
    by Braids
    What a deal.
  6. Hey
    by Gordon Prugh
    Garblefuck Garblefuck
    This is one of the things I didn't learn in school.
  7. Ignorance
    by The Weather Station
    Trust Trust
    Power in the small sounds, the dry mixes; space created by lush string and wind orchestration. Reset your ears and cultivate the space between.
  8. Two Kids/Dick Disciple (Double A-Side)
    by Devours
  9. Act Out
    by AC-PDF
  10. In The Land Of
    by Wintersleep
    Free Pour  Free Pour 
    A wine: melancholy and self sustainability. Notes of ambition, resolution, and acceptance. Stereo and aged 20 years. Pairs well with: a morning run and a 3 day bender.
  11. YOU AINT GOIN NOWHERE
    by David Rees
  12. Punisher
    by Phoebe Bridgers
    I Know The End I Know The End
    While there is definitely more here, I'm lost to words after every listen of "I Know The End". A perfect song that so outstretches the gravitational pull of most albums, that discussion of the broader work is simply cluttering in it's obfuscation.
  13. Mary Shelley
    by Amanda Sum
  14. On My Mind - Single
    by Kylie V
  15. Slice In The Mouth
    by Wallgrin
    With each passing release, it's more and more perplexing as to why Wallgrin isn't all over the world.
  16. Postcards & Daydreaming
    by Dan Mangan
  17. Spirit Phone
    by Lemon Demon
  18. Someone New
    by Helena Deland
  19. Groupthink
    by Amanda Sum
    This is a kind of Groovethink I would happily succumb to.
  20. Aidan Knight
    by Aidan Knight
    Renovations Renovations
    A constantly referential haze of Canadiana making my feet tap.They're tapping a lot, actually.