This is dharmalogos’ music collection on Bandcamp.

dharmalogos

  1. California
  2. Metal
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  1. Moon Wizard
    by Moon Wizard
  2. Self Titled
    by An Isolated Mind
  3. Future Sins
    by Mountain Of Smoke
    A side project from The Sword guitarist Kyle Shutt. I'm not crazy about it, but it's much better than Shutt's solo album. It's a blend of death metal, hardcore, doom metal, psychedelia, and synthesizers. It's essentially extreme doom. The sound is original and enjoyable. It's fairly creative. But overall I don't think it's great. Perhaps they will improve.
  4. Nostromo
    by FUZZORAMARECORDS
    Elden has everything I love in a hard rock/classic metal band. They've got the chops and the style. They've got an excellent singer. But I don't think they have the feel. I think the drummer could take some lessons from Bill Ward. These are good songs, but they don't feel human enough. They could take some pointers from Sideburn, Valley of the Sun, Thulsa Doom, and Spirit Adrift.
  5. SARCOOD
    by SARCOOD
    Female-fronted alternative metal that reminds me of Motion Device but less technical. A fairly original sound. Not an amazing album, but it's enjoyable. Imagine nu-metal with the suck taken out.
  6. I'm Losing Myself
    by An Isolated Mind
    Eternity in a Minute Eternity in a Minute
    Whoa! This is only black metal in a narrow sense. This is brilliant, progressive music that takes more from jazz, ambient, and classical than it does from Mayhem and Burzum. Beautiful and disturbing.
  7. Metropolis
    by Metropolis
    This is mellow, song-oriented synth pop (like Michael Oakley and Ollie Wride) disguised as bright, energetic outrun (like Moonrunner83 and Cassstter). If that makes any sense. Whatever you are expecting it will probably be something else, but this is good.
  8. Raft Recordings from Economy
    by Chik White
    Never have nature sounds been so funky. I love it.
  9. Supernatural Kvlt Sounds, The Second Rite (CD)
    by Doomstress
    Rainbow Demon ( Uriah Heep cover) Rainbow Demon ( Uriah Heep cover)
    Sounds like if Rush played doom metal. I got it for the Uriah Heep cover, but all the songs are good.
  10. Sexualizer EP
    by AWITW
    I have never written a negative bandcamp review before, but I wish I hadn't paid for this. The baby talk voices really kill the mood. You have a woman talking and moaning explicitly, and then there's a voice processed to sound like a baby. Happened in the first two songs. I didn't listen beyond that. Incredibly unsexy and non-musical.
  11. Helluland
    by Northumbria
  12. Night Drive
    by Timecop1983
  13. spring
    by ioflow
    slow trails slow trails
    Start with rain, footsteps, and various nature sounds. Add sustained synth patches and other sound layerings. Top it off with sparse piano melodies. This is incredibly beautiful and soothing music. Music to heal your spirit or at least help you sleep.
  14. Old Gods
    by Valley of the Sun
    Means the Same Means the Same
    A perfectly structured rock album. Songs are fairly straightforward but sequenced to make a progressive statement in a concept album context. Crunchy riffs, barely syncopated grooves, and an outstanding singer who reminds me of Chris Cornell.
  15. ANIMA MYSTERIUM
    by Yugen Blakrok
    Ochre Ochre
    I'm not a hip hop fan, but I love this. This is rap that's actually ABOUT something. Very intelligent lyrics with musical tracks that are hard-hitting and chill at the same time.
  16. Breath Fractals
    by Xuan Ye/Chik White
    Holy crap this is better than I expected. This can't be understood in the western musical categories of rhythm, melody, and harmony. But the timbres are rich, and the sounds are well-organized. I can't begin to describe this music, but now I'm going to buy everything by Chik White.
  17. Annihilate this Memory
    by Butoh Sonics
    Annihilate this Memory Annihilate this Memory
    Neither meditative nor abrasive, this sound collage is thoroughly enjoyable and engaging without either putting me to sleep or hurting my ears. I can't identify most of the sounds I'm hearing, but they are well-organized for a truly enjoyable listening experience.
  18. 8 SONGS ABOUT ABSOLUTELY NOTHING
    by Ross Fish
    Boop-a-de-boop lo-fi synth melodies made cheaply but passionately. This is a lot of fun.
  19. Don’t You Think You’ve Had Enough?
    by Bleached
    Hard to Kill Hard to Kill
    A pop masterpiece with the ballsiness of the best 90s alternative rock.
  20. SHEEV (EP)
    by SHEEV
  21. Grimoire Volume I
    by Jamestown Pagans
    It's doom metal. It's dive bar blues. It's liturgical organ music. It's Beatle-esque psychedelia. It's a whole lot by two people who never overplay. Buy this. They deserve more sales.
  22. Absolute Power
    by Wraith
    Devil's Hour Devil's Hour
    Sounds like early 80s Metallica, Slayer, and Venom thrown together.
  23. Wizards About
    by About Wizards
    Imprisoned for Sorcery (the Thoughts of Hew Draper) Imprisoned for Sorcery (the Thoughts of Hew Draper)
    Psychedelic, stoner, hard rock with excellent songwriting. Varied dynamics. thoughtful lyrics, outstanding musicianship. Lot of variety on this album. Not so heavy, more laid back and moody. I love everything about it.
  24. Traveler
    by Traveler
    Starbreaker Starbreaker
    It's a modern band that sounds like early Judas Priest. What's not to love?
  25. PLUG "BACK ON THE SKULL" compact disc
    by Forbidden Place Records
    A good mix of 90s sounds including death & roll, industrial, hardcore, and doom. It's like they put Entombed, Prong, Helmet, and Cathedral in a blender and stuck the results in a freezer. I dig it. Heavy grooves but also melodic.
  26. MONJE - "S/T" compact disc
    by Forbidden Place Records
  27. Vice Club
    by Retrax
  28. MIND DIMENSION (Remastered PLUS)
    by HEDRA
  29. Seascape
    by Qz45
  30. Dead Again
    by The Evil Dark
  31. Monosphere
    by Phil Maguire
    There was an LP set in the 70s called Environments. Nature sounds played quietly were supposed to cover up everyday noises and relax the listener. I get that feeling from this only synthetic. Synthesized pure tones played extremely quietly. Don't expect anything to happen. Just enjoy it.
  32. Etudes
    by Collin Russell
    Imagine an entire album that sounds like FX from Black Sabbath Volume 4 except synthesized and new age. This is good music for chilling, and it is surprisingly structured for seeming like just random boops and echos. Beautiful.
  33. Lanterns [NTR 140]
    by Moonraker
  34. Orc
    by Orc
    The Villain The Villain
    Orc. Imagine a guitar-less duo of drums and fuzzy bass. Singer sounds like Chris Cornell. Music combines the angular, odd-time-signature riffs of Soundgarden with the low stoner doom of Electric Wizard. Excellent songwriting. Catchy melodies.
  35. The War at the Edge of Existence
    by Fight The Demiurge
  36. The Rosehill Gates [NTR 121]
    by The Kreutzer Sonata
  37. I Can't Sleep But I Can Dream
    by Let's Talk
  38. What Is So Counterintuitive About Forcing An Average Guy To Be A Philosopher?
    by Wings Of An Angel
    Changing Someone's Allegedly Deterministic Patterns And Education Begins With Creating Empathetic Trust And A Safe Buffer Zone Changing Someone's Allegedly Deterministic Patterns And Education Begins With Creating Empathetic Trust And A Safe Buffer Zone
    I downloaded this for free and enjoyed so much I thought I would give the man a buck. It's not really ambient or new age. This is classical music. It moves me deeply and has contributed much to my life. Thank you sir.
  39. FECKIN WEIRDO: Nnamdi's spectral adventures through a pubulous conundrum, canceling out the burrowing burden and ambiguity of his pre-zuberant tooth shine.
    by NNAMDÏ
    UNGH ft. KSRA UNGH ft. KSRA
    I am not a rap fan, but this is no ordinary rap. This is Steve Vai's Flex-Able album of hip-hop. It's brilliant because nothing is done the right way. Weird beats. Weird vocal effects. Weird lyrics with original rhymes. I am now a fan of Nnamdiï.
  40. The Armor of Ire
    by Eternal Champion
    Invoker Invoker
    Sometimes you want melodic metal to bang your head to. Something without screaming, blastbeats, detuning, breakdowns, or glacial tempos. You need ETERNAL CHAMPION. Classic heavy metal with a sound somewhere between Maiden and Scorpions.
  41. Divided By Darkness
    by Spirit Adrift
    Angel & Abyss Angel & Abyss
    Remember that decade of nu-metal? Well imagine if that never happened, if melodic vocals and guitar solos stayed popular. Spirit Adrift is what metal should have been.
  42. II
    by Glue
    The ear-piercing howls, The disorienting cacophony. This is horrible shit. Why did I buy it? For some reason I like it. There is beauty in this mess. I can fall asleep to it. Is there a Glue I?
  43. Meridiem
    by Tanagra
    The best progressive rock/metal I have heard in many years. Everything about this is outstanding.
  44. None Of This Is Real
    by Tanagra
    Tyranny of Time Tyranny of Time
    Sounds like if Bad Religion played power metal songs written by Spock's Beard. I like it.
  45. Hidden History of the Human Race
    by Blood Incantation
    The Giza Power Plant The Giza Power Plant
    Best extreme metal album from the last three or four years. Period. It's unrelentingly intense while allowing room to breathe. Heavy as an anvil on your ballsack, but never sacrificing melody. This music goes somewhere - no static riffing. Buy it in a physical format. The artwork is truly beautiful.