This is Carlos Gonzalez Martinez’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Carlos Gonzalez Martinez

  1. Mexico
  2. Metal
  1. collection 35
  2. wishlist 27
  3. followers 2
  4. following 55
  2. Los Angeles 30th July 2003
    by Porcupine Tree
  3. BADA
    by Bada
  4. Панихида
    by Krzysztof Drabikowski
  5. Giles Corey
    by Giles Corey
    Blackest Bile Blackest Bile
  6. Celeste Original Soundtrack
    by Lena Raine
  7. Cry
    by Cigarettes After Sex
  8. Oneknowing
    by Lena Raine
    A Chance to Rest A Chance to Rest
  9. Days of Thunder
    by The Midnight
    Gloria Gloria
  10. Remind Me Tomorrow
    by Sharon Van Etten
    Seventeen Seventeen
    One my favorite releases this year. A collection of relatable songs with a nostalgic vibe. "Seventeen" is probably my favorite song of the year so far.
  11. Birth of Violence
    The Mother Road The Mother Road
  12. Ghosts on Broken Pavement
    by Mount Shrine
  13. .Goëtia. (Album)
    by Peter Gundry
  14. Bass Communion I
    by Bass Communion
    Drugged I Drugged I
  15. Loss
    by Bass Communion
  16. Ghosts on Magnetic Tape
    by Bass Communion
    Ghosts on Magnetic Tape II Ghosts on Magnetic Tape II
    Finally, Bass Communion's music is available on a more accessible medium! This is a fan favorite, and if you like creepy and minimalist ambient music, this is for you.
  17. Fear in a Handful of Dust
    by Amon Tobin
    On a Hilltop Sat the Moon On a Hilltop Sat the Moon
    Amon Tobin can make any sound his instrument. Odd but pleasant soundscapes from beginning to end, and more melodic that his previous albums. One of my favorite releases of the year so far, and the kind of music that inspires music lovers.
  18. Life Metal
    by SUNN O)))
    Troubled Air Troubled Air
    This quickly became of my favorite Sunn O))) albums, as it's quite different than their previous work; dense soundscapes that can be quite intimidating at first, but they end up being quite uplifting and triumphant. Optimistic drone doom, who would have thought?
  19. ISAM
    by Amon Tobin
    Journeyman Journeyman
  20. Ceremony
    by Anna von Hausswolff
    Deathbed Deathbed
    Anna von Hausswolff is truly something else, and i seriously mean that. Her second album, Ceremony, consolidates what will become her sigature sound. A masterpiece from beggining to end; it goes from pure dark ambient, to even some pop-ish melodies, with her own twist on it. Highly recommended.