This is Emmanuel Codden’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Emmanuel Codden

  1. Belgium
  2. Electronic
  1. collection 34
  2. followers 5
  3. following 40
  1. L'Univers De La Mer
    by Dominique Guiot
  2. Nomenclature
    by læi
    Moonlight Sonata - Beethoven Moonlight Sonata - Beethoven
    I know Laei from many years and I have always been astonished by his creativity and his sensitivity. Here are some revisited classical works with a lot of originality that never betray original composition : Despite a touch of mechanical performance and a too high dynamic you keep the original feeling.
    A very interesting work !
  3. Into The Trees
    by Zoe Keating
    Bewitching cello "looper" mixed like Ed Alleyne-Johnson did in early nineties but not on New Age way. Here it is as closer to J.S. Bach and his Cello Suite than Ed Alleyne. But the method is similar.
    A very relaxing performance brings ears to nirvana by sounding rich harmonics from her instrument.
    Siting quiet on a sofa savoring these sumptuous melodies taking my mind out of daily customs. This is what I feel while I'm listening to this album.
  4. Radial Glare
    by Antipole
  5. Lou ! Sonata, Vol. 1
    by Krystal Zealot
  6. 2600
    by Rune Foshaug
  7. Whisperers
    by David Baron
    Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God) Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)
    David Baron is always sweet and soft music full of sensitivity. Music arangments are efficient seem minimalistics but often powerfull : Just what songs need with a very noce voice to sing them.

    I usually don't like covers but he knows how to do a new face of well known tunes and "Running up that hill" is a good example.

    As sweet as Agnes Obel !
  8. People Under the Sun
    by Banquise
    Present has Nothing Wrong Present has Nothing Wrong
    A kind of melancholic electro in french touch. Melodies will remains in head for a while after listent them.
    It sounds really good as good as Air, Daf Punk, ... but more easylistening.
    I really enjoyed this album.
  9. Elektra
    by SECTION 25
    I heard "Section 25" during mid eighties and i liked it very much at first time listening it. "Looking from a hilltop" remains a good memories of my teenage.
    Time has passed ...
    Here it dosen't really sounds like this time but it sounds very well with a fresh touch in this band.

    A very good album quite different of what they made in eighties but still a good flavor of electro.
    Very happy to find them and very rare fact it's a familly band where chidren of founders take over.
  10. Perspectives II
    by Antipole
    Antipole is one of my favourites artists (not only on Bandcamp) because of nostalgia of eighties sounds and styles. It's one of fews artists to really sound like to this time but not only...
    It's also something new in a own style close to Sister of Mercy, Mission, The cure (some sounds are really close), good guitar and good synths. Mood a bit dark but not depress. A very good recipies !
    I really like Antipole because a lot of sounds spread all along tunes remind me sounds of my teen age.
  11. Gymnophoria
    by Analog 80
    Analog 80 is not just another eighties sounds like. Even if it's his aim. I think it's better than that !
    Off course his inspiration is in eighties but he brings a personal touch between Kraut Rock and Techno. His tunes are not equal quality some are really greates and other more blur or common. But globally it sounds gorgeous and well inspired. A very good discovery.
  12. The Dream Box
    by Analog 80
  13. Overdrive
    by Analog 80
  14. Recall
    by Analog 80
  15. The Black Source
    by Analog 80
  16. Alambari
    by DakhaBrakha
    Dostochka Dostochka
    Still as good as previous albums (even better) Dakhabrakha are the kind of folk you may not dislike. Full of energy, good harmonies, unique sound, ect... It's one of my favourite folk band.
    Eastern Europe songs arranged with their feeling on traditional instruments.
    Its realy gorgeous !
  17. BIPPP : French Synth-Wave 1979/85
    by Various
  18. The Collection (Free!)
    by Black Tape For A Blue Girl
  19. mira
    by mira
  20. Na mezhi
    by DakhaBrakha
    Vesna Vesna
    A surprising Ukrainian folk quartet bring us of traditional eastern Europe sound. Women voices sound a bit like in a way of "The Mystery Of Bulgarian Voices" and a really impressive kind of cello vibring the mood rythmed by some very nice percussions.

    A very good trip into slavs areas.