This is Jeremy / HI54LOFI’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Jeremy / HI54LOFI

  1. Kimberley, British Columbia
  2. Alternative
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  1. Fyr
    by Old Amica
  2. The Time of the Foxgloves
    by Michael Hurley
    Little Blue River Little Blue River
    Michael Hurley is an amazingly pure songwriter and it actually makes me feel a little hopeful, despite everything else going on, just knowing that he's still out there knocking out perfectly unperfect songs like this album is full of.
  3. Feel It In Your Guts
    by Thurston Moore & Bernie Sanders
    I like to listen to this whenever I need to feel the bern in my guts
  4. Lost Wisdom
    by Mount Eerie with Julie Doiron & Fred Squire
    Voice In Headphones Voice In Headphones
    This album sounds like how it feels to still be wide awake at 5am, even though you went to bed at 11pm.
  5. Telefone
    by Noname
    Yesterday Yesterday
    dope poetry over chill beats
  6. Yellowstone
    by Digawolf
    Yellowstone Yellowstone
    This album takes you from Tom Waits rock band vibes in the opening to some really beautiful & tender moments, like on Yellowstone. And a bit of everything in between. Great stuff, and, as someone who lives in the mountains of southwest Canada, you can really feel the even-more-North "north-ness" of it.
  7. Lighten Up
    by Erin Rae
    Can't See Stars Can't See Stars
    I don't see how this doesn't end up being one of the most solidly lovely, top-to-bottom, albums of the year (no offense to all the other albums that haven't come out yet).
  8. This New Century
    by Dan Reeder
    It feels so good It feels so good
    Dan Reeder has such a soothing voice… sometimes you don't even realize that he's singing about how his lady won't give him a bj on his birthday or the flaws of a beach ball.
  9. the Light Emitting Diamond Cutter Scriptures
    by R.A.P. Ferreira
    brother mouzone library card (prod. brainweight) brother mouzone library card (prod. brainweight)
    When I hear people say "I don't like the rap music they make these days" I ask if they have heard of milo / scallops hotel / R.A.P. Ferreira — and when they ask "who are they?" & "how do you spell all that?", I say: afrolab9000 dot bandcamp dot com
  10. idkwntht
    by Tomberlin
    prettiest track of 2022 (so far) (if you ask my ears)
  11. Alive & OK (SOLD OUT)
    by Jeremy James Meyer
    Cat On A Chain Cat On A Chain
    Look, as a fellow Jeremy, I have to agree: sometimes you do have to leave to pick up speed.
  12. Being You Is Great, I Wish I Could Be You More Often
    by Quelle Chris
    Calm Before (feat. Cavalier, Suzi Analogue) Calm Before (feat. Cavalier, Suzi Analogue)
    I was revisiting tracks I liked in 2017 for a mix I was making, and when I was listening to Calm Before again I realized I never found the time to spend with this album before — and it's dope!
  13. Blue Blue Blue
    by Cat Clyde & Jeremie Albino
    Been Worryin' Been Worryin'
    Who doesn't love a good western-flavoured duet album?
  14. Nobody Lives Here Anymore
    by Cut Worms
    Every Once In A While Every Once In A While
    If I didn’t know better, someone could tell me this amazing 17-track stunner of a dusty country album from Cut Worms is a greatest hits compilation from a long forgotten artist who used to hang out and write songs with Gram Parsons. To be honest, I don’t actually know better, so maybe that is true. I mean, how could there be this many good songs on an album that isn’t a greatest hits compilation?
  15. Polarity
    by William Ryan Fritch
  16. Elephant In The Room
    by Mick Jenkins
    Contacts Contacts
    Mick Jenkins drops the kind of bars that my headphones like to pick up.
  17. South Sinner Street
    by Solemn Brigham
    I've been a huge fan / repeat listener of the last 2 Marlowe albums, so to say I'm really looking forward to this album from Solemn would be a pretty big understatement.
  18. Excelsior!
    by Johanna Samuels
    Nature's Way Nature's Way
    One of the best albums of the year so far — if you need proof just try listening to one track after the other.
  19. Cóiste Bodhar
    by The Phonometrician
    By the River By the River
  20. Creation Never Sleeps, Creation Never Dies: The Willie Dunn Anthology
    by Willie Dunn
    I Pity The Country I Pity The Country
    September 30th, 2021 was Canada's first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. October 1st, 2021 is another Bandcamp Friday. Seems like a sign to go buy/listen to some Indigenous music!