This is Sic Semper Serpent’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Sic Semper Serpent

  1. Minneapolis, Minnesota
  2. Electronic
  1. collection 22
  2. wishlist 1
  3. followers 3
  4. following 17
  1. Oh Uncertainty! A Universe Despairs
    by Blood Cultures
  2. INTENTION
    by Tyrone Sanborn Webster
  3. Time For A Boogie (Remastered)
    by Boogie Belgique
  4. When We Break
    by Criteria
  5. Years
    by Criteria
  6. Volta
    by Boogie Belgique
  7. Kingdoms In Colour
    by Maribou State
  8. LP5000
    by Restorations
  9. EASYHEART
    by EASYHEART
  10. The Gridlock
    by Cecil Frena
  11. No One In Mind EP
    by Pleasure Horse
  12. New Lonely
    by Pleasure Horse
  13. Pleasure Horse
    by Pleasure Horse
  14. Lost on the Mountain EP
    by Pleasure Horse
  15. Bloomsday (Remastered)
    by Esbe
    Reverie (Remastered) Reverie (Remastered)
    A cut above the current glut of chill, electronic producers. This album is a modern classic, and a milestone of plunderphonics and chillhop. AND THAT ARTWORK.
  16. Temporary Sensations
    by P.SUS
    Color Cruise Color Cruise
    P.SUS is a plunderphonic pioneer! He takes found sounds from old cartoons, video games of all eras, and old vinyl records to create addictive, lush soundscapes that will keep your toes tappin' and your mind workin'.
  17. Hero of Time (Music from "The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time")
    by Eric Buchholz
    Sheik Sheik
    There have been so many orchestrated arrangements of Zelda music over the years... this is the best by far.
  18. BEAT TAPE
    by Drewtoothpaste / Crudbump / CYBER VISION
  19. Landscapes
    by Sun Airway
    time only exists in music time only exists in music
    The best "focus" music for writing, composing, reading and creating. Just hit play to be whisked away to a different sonic space. Tangerine Dream would be proud.
  20. Heraldic Black Cherry
    by Sun Airway
    Violent Gray Violent Gray
    No labels here, record or genre. Just good, clean fun. Crystalline yet soft. Poppy AND unconventional. This album has everything but it's really nothing at all.