This is Janis Geiger’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Janis Geiger

  1. Germany
  2. Electronic
  1. collection 108
  2. wishlist 31
  3. followers 2
  4. following 128
  1. Katana ZERO (Original Soundtrack)
    by Bill Kiley, LudoWic
  2. Bandy Bandy (feat Erykah Badu)
    by Zap Mama Official
  3. Beats Like This EP (LORE006)
    by Coco Bryce
  4. Ra
    by Es.tereo
  5. First Demo Tape
    by Minor Threat
  6. Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning DLC Music
    by Grant Kirkhope
    by Jack White
  8. A Light for Attracting Attention
    by The Smile
  9. Zeta Force (Digitone version)
    by zabutom
  10. DUSK (Original Game Soundtrack)
    by Andrew Hulshult
  11. Torchlight II Official Soundtrack [+Digital Booklet]
    by Matt Uelmen
    Torchlight II's music is one of the best in the genre I find. The string arrangements are superb, the whole atmosphere is deep and vibrant. Did have this album before in mp3 quality, now off to lossless. Thank you! Wonderful music.
  12. Chicory: A Colorful Tale (Original Soundtrack)
    by Lena Raine
  13. Shadow Man Remastered (Official Soundtrack)
    by Tim Haywood
  14. Celeste Original Soundtrack
    by Lena Raine
    First Steps First Steps
    I love this album extremely, among other things the humble diversity the most! Excellent work, soothes me a lot and gets me going anyway. =)
  15. M4 (part II)
    by Faunts
  16. qwqwi
    by qwqwi
  17. United Magic (feat. Toni Oswald)
    by PAN
  18. I Don't Feel Well
    by Pluralone
    The Report The Report
  19. Maya
    by John Frusciante
    Blind Aim Blind Aim
    It's good if you're a Jungle fan, but to me it disappoints as a John Frusciante record - it's good on its own, but I'm somehow searching for a 'deeper meaning', what he's trying to tell us. It's sound art when it's at its best, but somehow extremely predictable for the most part. All in all a solid state of art, in all it's straightforwardness a good thing. Love the ocassional bass-guitar-like distance between notes, which to me is the most favourite part - stellar astronomics.
  20. Amethblowl
    by John Frusciante