This is Caleb Bratcher’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Caleb Bratcher

  1. Tennessee
  2. Metal
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  1. An empty bliss beyond this World
    by The Caretaker
    by Golden Living Room
    Cool Water Cool Water
    There's something about Golden Living Room's organic-sounding samples that make them stand out from the rest
  3. Computer Afterlife
    by Infinity Frequencies
  4. A Million Miles Away
    by マクロスMACROSS 82-99
  5. lava land
    by piglet
    anthropology anthology anthropology anthology
    lava land is the perfect balance between aesthetic and technicality. Every second is full of complexity without losing its musicality. One of my all-time favorites.
  6. Funeral Impressions
    by Frowning
  7. 未来へ
    by t e l e p a t h テレパシー能力者
  8. The Lie Lay Land
    by world's end girlfriend
  9. Back to Reality
    by Abstract Void
  10. "Luciferian Towers"
    by Godspeed You! Black Emperor
    Anthem For No State, Pt. III Anthem For No State, Pt. III
    Probably the most underrated album in GYBE's discography
  11. A Sun-Coloured Shaker
    by yndi halda
    Not only is yndi halda keeping their music from sounding like a clone of other post rock records out there, but they've been shaking it up within their own discography--this feels like what a post rock single should sound like
  12. 7
    by Beach House
    Woo Woo
    7 really feels like a new beginning for Beach House and it's great. Each track still sounds like Beach House in all the ways it needs to, but it's all so fresh! The new direction they're taking their music makes me excited for the future.
  13. MM...Food
    by MF DOOM
    Beef Rap Beef Rap
    This one gets better with age--every track chock-full of samples you won't get anywhere else and lyrical masterpiece. As Bela Lugosi says in the first track, "Here you will find food for your body--as well as comfort for your troubled mind." A true classic.
  14. With Doom We Come
    by Summoning
    Somehow I never noticed Summoning was on Bandcamp. Awesome band with an awesome theme, can never get enough. Love the atmosphere in this one too!
  15. too little, too late
    by foxwedding
    A gem for trap fans
  16. Dreamland
    by Floating In Space
    Echoes Of Time Echoes Of Time
    Something about this kind of music never seems to get old. Love the way it takes your emotions from one place to another but always slowly, at exactly the rate you want it to.
  17. The Origins
    by Ganja White Night
    Blood Shower Blood Shower
    A source of innovation in the dubstep scene for sure. Mindblowing and gut-wrenching wubs all the way through with some great backup.
  18. As Far As I Can Get
    by Mint Julep
    Man, this track is incredible. Smooth, relaxing, and catchy--like Beach House crossed with Tycho.
  19. Broken Devotion
    by Mint Julep
    Small Memory Small Memory
  20. YELBEN\BEZA single feat. Tesfaye Negatu
    by Hoodna Orchestra
    I can dig it
  21. Jelly Castle
    by MDK (Morgan David King)
    Every track is awesome and cohesive with the rest. In an environment saturated with mediocre EDM, Jelly Castle is a fantastic outlier with energy, rhythm, sick drops, and some great sound design to round it off.
  22. Plains of the Purple Buffalo
    by *shels
    Butterflies (On Luci's Way) Butterflies (On Luci's Way)
    One of those albums that has more to it every listen
  23. Bloom
    by Lights & Motion
    Glaciers Glaciers
    Just enough to tide me over til the next Lights & Motion release. Everything this guy puts out manages to nail that uplifting sound that so many try and fail to capture.
  24. Shuffle Drones
    by Eluvium
    I waited a long time to give this a listen because I wanted to do the album justice. I must say it lives up to expectations and the intended listening experience is beautiful for long walks
  25. Sun Giant
    by Fleet Foxes
    Sun Giant Sun Giant
    Lighter than their other releases, but equally good. The atmosphere in these tracks is powerful.
  26. The Madrean
    by Whale Fall
    Tahquitz Tahquitz
    The brass takes this album to another level. Hearing those slow, sludgey slams while the brass sings its own song is just a listening experience like no other. I'll definitely be recommending this album to everyone I can.
  27. This Is For Our Sins
    by Lowercase Noises
    This is For Our Sins This is For Our Sins
    It's not often that music manage to evoke emotion in the way this does. The varied structure drew me in only to rip my heart out with the namesake track. Fantastically done.
  28. A Moment of Solitude (EP)
    by Hermóðr
    The Little Old Wizard The Little Old Wizard
    Hermóðr can't make a musical blunder at this point. A fantastic EP with a haunting close.
  29. All the Memories, All at Once
    by Sunlight Ascending
    All the Memories, All at Once All the Memories, All at Once
  30. Long Awaited Journey
    by Alon Mor
    Mania Mania
    Alon Mor's classical training really shines in this album. Alon Mor's discography is one that continually shows progression and improvement and this is no exception, with some of the best compositions I've heard from this guy. I don't know how he managed to get all of the instruments to sound so real.
  31. Detour
    by Sky Flying By
    Your Hand is Our Sail Your Hand is Our Sail
    Always good to hear a minimalist work that still has some depth and imagination. Also those muted basses are heavenly!
  32. Natural Process
    by New Century Classics
    Spiders in the Attic Spiders in the Attic
    In a world where every post rock album seems to be a clone of every other, New Century Classics manages to stand out with a composition with a distinctly classical sound and a temperate mood, emotional without resorting to overused basic crescendos and progressions.
  33. Between Whales And Feverish Lights
    by I Am Sonic Rain
    The Nine Unknowns The Nine Unknowns
    I Am Sonic Rain really brings those dissonant sounds to the forefront and surrounds it with beautiful melodies
  34. Scary Blankets
    by Mungion
    Beneath the Shallows Beneath the Shallows
    I've been looking for a small funky-jazz-rock band with this feel for quite some time, ever since I heard Caterpillar by Buttons and Mindy. As soon as I heard the opening track on Scary Blankets I knew this was what I had been looking for.
  35. Fantômas
    by amiina
    Simplon Express Simplon Express
    Fantômas manages to capture the eerie and comedic qualities of its namesake in the most varied instrumental album in amiina's discography
  36. The Lighthouse Project
    by amiina
    Bíólagið Bíólagið
    It's easy to believe that The Lighthouse Project was written to be enjoyed in small spaces. Also Bíólagið has to be one of the most mournful songs I've ever heard.
  37. Dream is Destiny
    by No Clear Mind
    Imaginary You Imaginary You
    Each track is so vulnerable, with those soft, patient instrumentals in between
  38. Congregate
    by Forest Swords
    The way Forest Swords mixes edited vocal samples into his tracks without relying your standard chops makes his music stand out as an interesting electronic outlier worth listening to
  39. Dreamer On The Run
    by U137
    Midsummer Field Midsummer Field
    U137 manages to make music that flows exactly the way you want and expect it too, which provides a powerful listening experience that you just can't help but feel moved by
  40. Phenomenon
    by Christoffer Franzen of Lights & Motion
    Seasons Seasons
    Each track conveys a vivid scene ripe with action and emotion, successfully realizing Franzen's movie score
  41. Golevka
    by The Evpatoria Report
    Cosmic Call Cosmic Call
    Yet another classic it took me way to long to discover. Oh and those vocal samples!
  42. Rat Jacket
    by Street Sects
    Total Immunity Total Immunity
    Aww yissss, Street Sects delivers with even better suspense-building and melodies than before. Awesome to see how their sound is evolving and excited to hear more in the future
  43. Saknad (EP)
    by Hermóðr
    Incredible. Saknad seems to be an atmospheric change of pace as well compared to Rafn's other work, with a much less bleak outlook similar to his latest full length Hädanfärd.
  44. Dreamweaver
    by Christoffer Franzen of Lights & Motion
    Stardust Stardust
    Christoffer doesn't just stick to his tried-and-true styles here but picks up a new sonic sound on par with the likes of groups like Two Steps From Hell
  45. Enjoy Eternal Bliss
    by Yndi Halda
    Dash And Blast Dash And Blast
    Yndi Halda is such a breath of fresh air in the post rock scene, maintaining the emotional, unhurried nature of post rock without resorting to overdone cliches and stereotypical buildups. Also, that first track hits HARD.