This is Eric Keenaghan’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Eric Keenaghan

  1. New York, New York
  2. Experimental
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  1. AVVITAGALLI
    by AVVITAGALLI
  2. LUXURY VARIATIONS
    by CZN Valentina Magaletti, João Pais Filipe, Leon Marks
  3. Restoration Of Bliss
    by Not Waving & Romance
    Say Goodbye Say Goodbye
    Sedate and lovely, wistfully melancholic followup to the earlier tape. The opening track's sincere Madonna sample, bent and cut and looped and integrated into the ether, is unexpectedly just right to split open this audio dimension....
  4. Modulisme Session 025
    by Thighpaulsandra
  5. Hangover Hotel
    by Lydia Lunch
    Heart Attack And Vine Heart Attack And Vine
  6. Matrikamantra
    by Lydia Lunch
  7. Oniro (extended edition)
    by YASNAIA
  8. WF 14 - Formic Kingdom
    by Field Lines Cartographer
  9. The Spectral Isle
    by Field Lines Cartographer
  10. Lift & Kismet
    by Taylor Bratches
  11. Omnia Vanitas
    by Mala Herba
  12. Easy To Build, Hard To Destroy
    by Gnod
  13. G_d’s Pee AT STATE’S END!
    by Godspeed You! Black Emperor
    OUR SIDE HAS TO WIN (for D.H.) OUR SIDE HAS TO WIN (for D.H.)
    Remarkable. Muted is the postrock bombast which, given our lot here now, might be mistaken for triumphalism (tho it never actually was for GY!BE). Here, it is more the process than the end in itself (which it never really was). Brought to surges that resolve joyfully, even with hope (HOPE!) and service bells. Then all draws to a close in yin serenity, the final track's soft hauntology warble drone calling us to imagine the end of our State daze while looking up from the bottom of the pool.
  14. Instruments imaginaires
    by TRUC
    Tomaga - Skimmity-Ride Tomaga - Skimmity-Ride
  15. la couleur odorante
    by désaccord majeur
  16. la neuvième heure [alm 5]
    by désaccord majeur
  17. Tasks of Mourning
    by Ximes
  18. Pluto's Return
    by Tears|OV
    Soul Cycle Emergency Contact Soul Cycle Emergency Contact
    Best COVID-era album, alongside Heather Leigh's "Glory Days"... Though Leigh's doesn't make me jump as I walk on the street listening to it b/c of a looped track of someone with a hacking cough.... So, "best" in a disturbing way.
  19. Fire Music & Traitors' Gate
    by Gallon Drunk
  20. We Travel Time
    by James Johnston / Steve Gullick
    Seven Seas Seven Seas