This is Iain H’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Iain H

  1. England, UK
  2. Rock
  1. collection 221
  2. wishlist 1055
  3. followers 27
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  1. 111
    by Hippie Death Cult
  2. Zeroin
    by Dope Smoker
  3. Salvian Journey
    by Hovenweep
  4. Love Like Machines
    by The Heavy Eyes
  5. 山與客聽 / Moutain, Traveler, Listener
    by 稷廬 (RAFLUM)
  6. Endless Nights
    by The Hypnagogics
  7. Gold
    by Kult Of The Wizard
    Lay My Head Down (Feel The Rush) Lay My Head Down (Feel The Rush)
    I've waited aeons for this arrival, and it doesn't disappoint. Galactic-sized slabs of heavy, cosmic blues, each warped in a fractal fire of shimmering colour. Lay down all thoughts, and surrender to the High Priestess's voice. Curiously, my favourite track so far (Honeybee) isn't a selection here.
  8. Ruiner
    by Wilsen
    Where to start with this. Astonishing production. Heartfelt writing, and an ocean of endless reverb and delay which is used to stunning emotional impact. So many perfect tracks here, that it's hard to choose one. But the delivery of the line from 'I hate that I'm not enough for you' is a sucker punch all on its own. One for fans of My Bloody Valentine, Autolux and Francois Hardy.
  9. I
    by Híbrido
    Nada,Nadie Nada,Nadie
    What a joyous noise unto the creator! Elements of prog and rock and even Crosby, Stills & Nash in the vocal harmonies. Timings twist and loop around on themselves. Brilliant production.
  10. The Age Of Immunology
    by Vanishing Twin
    You Are Not An Island You Are Not An Island
    Because, like the band themselves, I'm also obsessed with the album released by the United States of America back in '68. Silky smooth vocals keep one grounded as the walls and windows begin to melt into ever-unfolding fractal beauty. Incredible production, and a stunning sense of harmony and arrangement.
  11. Refractions
    by Lowrider
    Ol' Mule Pepe Ol' Mule Pepe
    Wowza! Every track is perfect. Groove-laden, acid-drenched fuzz heading your way at light speed. My favourite track has more bounce and spring than an explosion in a mattress factory.
  12. Aphasia
    by stonus
    A massive cosmis-sized slab of Doom-laden grooves. There are influences snuck into the album like Easter eggs: prog riffs, blues, Sabs, Hawkwind. My favourite track conjures an image of Ozzy Osbourne swinging through the galaxy on a huge mirror ball. This will definitely be in my top 10 releases of 2020. An amazing debut.
  13. Mount Hush
    by Mount Hush
  14. The Sea
    by Somali Yacht Club
  15. The Sun
    by Somali Yacht Club
  16. Disco Dooro
    by feat. Esserelà
  17. Massive Oscillations
    by Waclaw Zimpel
  18. Second-Hand Apes
    by Second-Hand Apes
  19. Border Ballads
    by Richard Skelton
  20. People
    by Stew