This is Gunto Thineshire’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Gunto Thineshire

  1. North Las Vegas, Nevada
  2. Electronic
  1. collection 22
  2. wishlist 30
  3. followers 2
  4. following 31
  1. Awake In The Dark
    by Laboratory 5
    Automatic (feat. Ion Plasma Incineration) (Technomancer Extended Club RMX) Automatic (feat. Ion Plasma Incineration) (Technomancer Extended Club RMX)
    A leaps-and-bounds improvement from the duo's previous album (which certainly wasn't bad, of course). The gorgeous cover art definitely lives up to the music it promotes; excellent production values, vocals are now far more refined and on-key, and some pretty frickin' amazing instrumentals. Like hard lyrical EDM? Give this a listen.
  2. Come a Little Closer
    by she
    Come a Little Closer Come a Little Closer
    Ferocious while remaining pleasant. Seamlessly blends pop and hard house; nothing sounds out of place in this EP. Recommended for anyone open to such aforementioned sounds!
  3. Dust: An Elysian Tail - Original Soundtrack
    by HyperDuck SoundWorks
    Heavy Bones Heavy Bones
    A remarkable soundtrack which truly deserves to be called "epic," this album weaves into the also-fantastic game it's made for seamlessly. A collection of excellent, vast orchestral with some touches of electronic sounds. Highly recommended.
  4. EP
    by Mystery Skulls
    Beautiful Beautiful
    What can I say? It's the classic synthpop with enchanting vocals that Mystery Skulls is known for.
  5. Fat Labrador
    by Weebl's Stuff
    Short, sweet, silly, and ridiculously catchy.
  6. Induction
    by Svix
    Verisimilitude Verisimilitude
    Gritty EDM with some classical mixed in, this album explores emotions from all over the spectrum and sounds freakin' amazing while doing it. Everyone should give this one a shot at least once.
  7. Journeys
    by she
    Journey 7 Journey 7
    A delightful balance between upbeat and chill, making it excellent for working or even just relaxing. For all electronic music fans who enjoy laid-back sounds: give this a listen.
  8. Marble Machine
    by Wintergatan
    To anyone who thinks this is a simple gimmick of an atypical instrument: it's not. Even aside from the incredible technical work that went into creating this track, it's legitimately good to listen to. Recommended for everyone to try!
  9. No More Eight Bit
    by All Levels at Once
    Phoenix Phoenix
    Awesome electropop/synthpop that's both silly and dark, and - despite the album title - has quite a bit of chiptune influences, which give off notable video game vibes. Strongly recommended for fans of EDM and/or pop.
  10. PAYDAY 2 Official Soundtrack
    by Simon Viklund
    Razormind Razormind
    I haven't played this game, but that certainly doesn't mean I can't appreciate this action-packed soundtrack. An awesome blend of EDM and rock, I'd recommend this to anyone who likes those genres.
  11. Plants vs. Zombies Soundtrack
    by Laura Shigihara
  12. Shake it Up
    by 3dNOW
    Voyage Voyage
    Came from the adorable cover art and was not disappointed. Most definitely for those more inclined towards hard EDM, but such people should almost certainly get some kicks out of this one.
  13. Shatter - Official Videogame Soundtrack
    by Module
    Argon Refinery Argon Refinery
    I've yet to play the actual game, but the fact that the OST got me interested should say something! Very clean and well-composed music that is excellent for working. I'd recommend this one to just about anyone, but especially those who enjoy EDM and rock.
  14. Speedrunners
    by SonicPicnic
    Up to speed - Part 2 Up to speed - Part 2
    Even during voice chat sessions with friends, this soundtrack will keep your attention and quite possibly silence the whole call. Super fun music with that classic, urban superhero feel, and quite intense where it needs to be. Recommended for just about anyone, whether you play (or like) the game or not.
  15. Survive the Night
    by Andrew Stein
    Survive the Night Survive the Night
    A simply delightful and catchy song, serenading the listener from the wonderfully-conveyed perspective of something sympathetic, yet by no means without malice.
  16. Terraria Soundtrack
    by Scott Lloyd Shelly
    Underground Corruption Underground Corruption
    Terraria is loads of fun and the soundtrack compliments it very well. While my absolute favorite track is on the second volume (which I already bought elsewhere), this one certainly contains some others. To those who enjoy chiptune and semi-chiptune, listen to this album!
  17. Terraria Soundtrack Volume 3
    by Scott Lloyd Shelly
    Frost Moon Frost Moon
    I was definitely quite fond of the new tracks added in the most recent "big" update, so I was eagerly awaiting this album's release. Once again, those who enjoy chiptune and its similar derivatives should give this a listen!
  18. The Binding of Isaac
    by Danny Baranowsky
    Sacrificial Sacrificial
    Somber electronic themes with instruments and melodies that go together like bread and butter. Simply amazing stuff here!
  19. Theoretical Physics
    by Rchetype Feat. Wolfgun
    Causality Causality
    Wolfgun is my favorite musician on this site, and my favorite solo musician in general. If that wasn't enough, Rchetype is pretty darn good in his own right, so, naturally, this album was a must-have. Largely leans towards Rchetype's musical style, but Wolfgun provides his signature vocals as well. Those open to drum and bass with a little dubstep, check this one out!
  20. Ultra Rare Vol 1
    by Mystery Skulls
    Freaking Out Freaking Out
    It's hard to say anything about Mystery Skulls that hasn't been said already. If you enjoy EDM/synthpop and ear-catching vocals, I'd highly recommend this album, along with everything else Mystery Skulls has made!