This is Evan Dixon’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Evan Dixon

  1. Athens, Georgia
  2. Ambient
  1. collection 29
  2. followers 2
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  1. Undercurrents
    by Hammock
    Hammock can do no wrong. This collection serves as the perfect counterbalance to the contemporary classical trilogy of the past few years. I love the electronic and drone elements and hope we get to hear more of this from them. But whatever they do, I'm certain it'll be sublime.
  2. Virga I
    by Eluvium
  3. Looped Future
    by 65daysofstatic
  4. Blood Year
    by Russian Circles
  5. Eigengrau
    by girih
  6. Red Sun Phase
    by øjeRum
  7. Context
    by Hotel Neon
    Got a chance to see these guys live and they do not disappoint. Beautiful drones perfect for sleeping, studying, and relaxing.
  8. Inward
    by Hotel Neon
  9. Live on Star's End (WXPN-FM) (2017)
    by Hotel Neon
  10. HOTEL NEON
    by Hotel Neon
  11. Remnants
    by Hotel Neon
  12. Live on WPRB (2016)
    by Hotel Neon
  13. Cold Suns (feat. Slow Meadow)
    by Hotel Neon
  14. Live at the Gatherings Concert Series (2017)
    by Hotel Neon
  15. Context: Remixed
    by Hotel Neon
  16. Means of Knowing
    by Hotel Neon
  17. Live on Star's End Radio: July 1, 2018
    by Hotel Neon
  18. [untitled] e.p.
    by mewithoutYou
    Beautiful, tragic, provocative and profound as always.
  19. [Untitled]
    by mewithoutYou
    Michael, Row Your Boat Ashore Michael, Row Your Boat Ashore
    Possibly mewithoutYou's best work to date. The soundtrack to an existential crisis: visceral, dense, beautiful, cathartic. The best instrumentation yet, some of the most allusive and obscure yet meaningful lyrics ever penned by Aaron Weiss. This is the kind of music you have to digest for a long time -- the absolute opposite of easy listening. Yet still, somehow, [Untitled] is more accessible than any of mewithoutYou's releases this decade.
  20. The Morning Star
    by Daniel Bachman
    Perfect for early morning -- feels like sitting on the front porch with a cup of coffee and listening to Daniel play the guitar just a few feet away. Love this album.