This is JLAbad’s music collection on Bandcamp.


  1. Alcoi, Spain
  2. Rock
  1. collection 77
  2. wishlist 163
  3. followers 89
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  1. v2.0 (Deluxe Edition)
    by GoGo Penguin
  2. Coma Ecliptic
    by Between the Buried and Me
    The Coma Machine The Coma Machine
    BTBAM it's one of my favorite bands ever since. In this album they has changed the style of his music, now it's more easy to listen, and they have increased their progressive concept. Now better than before? Maybe.... but I really liked his previous work.

    In short: This album is amazing. For me, one of the best of 2015.
  3. Quintessential Ephemera
    by Rosetta
    (Untitled III) (Untitled III)
    A new masterpiece. Two guitars make it sound even more cool. Ambient passages are awesome. Choirs and vocals, superb. I love it. They get better every job. Essential.
    by Archivist
  5. Limbosis
    by Abstrakt
  6. The Quiet Lamb
    by Her Name is Calla
  7. UNEARTHly
    by Low Leaf
  8. Salome
    by Marriages
    Salome Salome
    It was difficult to improve their previous EP Kitsune, I know. Salome is a great album, but with less musical ingredients. As always, Emma shines with their guitars and voice. So why I like it? Because this band is one of the best post-rock bands (or post-pop, or post-post, or what?) ;P
  9. Lore
    by Elder
    Lore Lore
    Elder described, for me, the perfect band of Stoner Metal: rock, metal, psychedelia and aggressive but controlled voices. If you add to all this: post-metal and progressive, you can get to heaven (or hell). Highly recommended.
  10. Third
    by Perhaps
  11. Arcade Messiah
    by Arcade Messiah
  12. Electric Guitar One
    by Emma Ruth Rundle
    For Paul For Paul
    And who says that this artist is just a great voice? In this work, plays guitars and transport us to a dark and terribly beautiful environment, this time without vocal support. Amazing.
  13. Kitsune
    by Marriages
    Ride In My Place Ride In My Place
    Another great discovery. The talent of the brilliant Emma Ruth Rundle gets out her voice and her music, once again, to the summit. An album with post-rock, post-psychedelic and much, much more. Fabulous and essential.
  14. Some Heavy Ocean
    by Emma Ruth Rundle
    Run Forever Run Forever
    Deep, sincere and emotional. I love it
  15. Already Drowning
    by Aidan Baker
    Mélusine Mélusine
    Intelligent, experimental and very interesting post-rock album with female vocals. An author who needs to be followed more closely. Amazing.
  16. P'dice
    by Paul Cusick
  17. Truth Button
    by KingBathmat
  18. Overcoming The Monster
    by KingBathmat
    Parasomnia Parasomnia
    For me, the best work of KingBathmat (sorry for Fantastic Freak Show Carnival, stays in second place). Sublime compositions, complex and well executed instrumentation and amazingly perfect voices and choirs.
  19. Unearth
    by John Bassett
  20. Rosetta: Audio/Visual Original Score
    by Rosetta