This is Christian B-C’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Christian B-C

  1. UK
  2. Electronic
  1. collection 37
  2. wishlist 98
  3. followers 4
  4. following 68
    by Weedpecker
    by Hatari
  3. Deep Dark & Dirty EP
    by Unglued
    by Manga Saint Hilare x Lewi B
  5. UM015
    by Almawashi
  6. The Recovery of the Absolute Artifact
    by Rotteen
  7. A Half Hour of Acoustic Guitar
    by Rob Scallon
    by Darius
    by The Quick Brown Fox
  10. Dust
    by Mt. Mountain
  11. life.
    by jinsang
  12. Monarch of Death Rave
    by Rotteen
    Planet Belligerence Planet Belligerence
  13. solitude.
    by jinsang
  14. phwoa
    by Halley Labs Associates
  15. Domarringen
    by offworldcolonies
    by Darius
    Hitching Q6 Hitching Q6
  17. Coagulate
    by A. Stantz
  18. bad academia
    by Halley Labs Associates
    molting molting
  19. Exhumation
    by offworldcolonies & Rohr Sha
  20. Ypsilon
    by Härdstedt
    Pappersbron Pappersbron
  21. 2YR, 40:28.649
    by Halley Labs Associates
    Tweesee Smiled Tweesee Smiled
    The whole album is incredible, Renard has become a master in the electronic genre, however the last half of the record really shines, climaxing with Tweesee Smiled, which is probably the best song Renard has ever composed.
  22. Cymru
    by Photophob
    Protecting the Dead Protecting the Dead
    Fantastically idyllic EP clearly inspired by the lonely coast of Cardigan Bay. Subtle field recordings makes this record particularly sweet and nostalgic, especially for people familiar to the sounds of Wales; Cymru.
  23. Never Mind The Ballots
    by Chumbawamba
    This an essential album, be you a socialist, anarchist, old-school feminist, communist, political activist, punk-rocker or a connoisseur of all things 1980s; this is for you.
  24. Dimensions
    by Dellux
    NP19 (feat. Critical & Vorn) NP19 (feat. Critical & Vorn)
    Dellux is a master of his genre, probably one of the greatest current electronic musicians to come out of Wales. Great humour and self-awareness in his work along with amazing production and great MCs makes this LP a very enjoyable experience.
  25. The Catalyst
    by Extinction Level Event
    Entropy Entropy
    Quite a versatile EP consisting of a three-bass attack that can be enthralling in sections but can leave the songs feeling shallow. The vocals are something to be commended for as it lends itself to the distinct style this record has.
  26. II
    by Weedpecker
    Flowering Dimensions Flowering Dimensions
    II swaps-out the crunching riffs of the début album for a more mellow affair. The album also includes less singing and uses the vocals more as an instrument, in the background; hauntingly creating vivid soundscapes that Weedpecker are well-known for.
  27. Adventures With Tweesee
    by Darius + Rotteen
    Intimate With The Fire Bird Intimate With The Fire Bird
    Probably the best electro-trance album since Twisted System's Core. Shows great awareness of the genre and plays-around with the tropes.
  28. dethrone
    by The Queenstons
    Street Railway Street Railway
    Really refreshing to see an artist have a good-look back on what they've produced in such abundance over so many year and give it an up-to-date polish.
  29. LUN
    by Destiny Potato
    Addict Addict
    Never has the predictable genre of pop-metal sounded so fresh and creative. Great composition and vocals from the Serbian prog legends.
  30. Groovehammer
    by The Hell
    What can you say about The Hell, this controversial band, that hasn't been said before? This is just a great second-helping from Watford's best.
  31. Prismatic
    by The Queenstons
    Right Track Right Track
    A return to form; one of the most polished, directed and vocally-catchiest outputs from the alias.
  32. Weedpecker
    by Weedpecker
    Don't trust Your Elephant Don't trust Your Elephant
    I'm still getting-over how much riffage is on this album and and how certain tracks make me feel, its a beautiful album.
  33. Risk of Rain
    by Chris Christodoulou
    Hailstorm Hailstorm
    Outstanding soundtrack, every song is a little snippet of environment within itself.
  34. Falsifier
    by Black Tongue
    A Pale Procession A Pale Procession
    The seminal album from Black Tongue, this is where the world first heard the crackling groans of Hull's finest.
  35. juche
    by juche
    Voice of Korea Voice of Korea
    by Darius
    Supersymmetry Supersymmetry
  37. Arcadepunk
    by Klippa
    Pectus Excavatum (feat. June LaLonde) Pectus Excavatum (feat. June LaLonde)