This is Dyami’s music collection on Bandcamp.


  1. TAS, Australia
  2. Acoustic
  1. collection 36
  2. wishlist 35
  3. following 41
  1. Balun
    by Cornelia
  2. CHILL
    by PJ Liguori
    by Charming Disaster
  4. Social Dance
    by doddleoddle
  5. Little Mosquito
    by Dodie Clark
  6. 2013
    by PJ Liguori
  7. forest walker
    by PJ Liguori
  8. 2016
    by PJ Liguori
  9. Space Whistler
    by PJ Liguori
  10. 2012
    by PJ Liguori
  11. My Spaceship
    by PJ Liguori
  12. 2017
    by PJ Liguori
  13. Stories from somewhere
    by PJ Liguori
  14. Dear The Sea
    by PJ Liguori
  15. Colour Bandits
    by PJ Liguori
  16. Mirages
    by kickthepj, scratch that records
  17. 2015
    by PJ Liguori
  18. Ode to Autumn
    by PJ Liguori
  19. 2010
    by PJ Liguori
  20. 2009
    by PJ Liguori
  21. 2014
    by PJ Liguori
  22. 2011
    by PJ Liguori
    by PJ Liguori
  24. Markiplier Rap
    by JT Machinima
  25. Be My Bride of Frankenstein
    by Charming Disaster
  26. Epic Classics
    by The Secession
  27. Thought I'd Cry For You Forever
    by Brendan Maclean
  28. "The Librarian" - Live at Skirball
    by Welcome to Night Vale
  29. We Are Not The Champions
    by David O'Doherty
  30. Let's David O'Doherty
    by David O'Doherty
  31. Thrilling Adventure Hour & Welcome to Night Vale Live in San Diego
    by The Thrilling Adventure Hour & Welcome to Night Vale
  32. Bad Moon Rising (Cover)
    by Mourning Ritual
  33. Neukrk
    by Disparition
    Ditmas Ditmas
    Most music causes an evocation of a singular emotion, creates a singular thought process and a singular path which it can take.

    These pieces are interpretative, holding both the calm of a clear, cool night with the stars and moon and everything that resides within the sky blinking above you, yet also brings about a tension, a call of unknown origin, intent, and tone not yet made, but mere moments away, waiting.
  34. Amanda Palmer Performs The Popular Hits Of Radiohead On Her Magical Ukulele
    by Amanda Palmer
    No Surprises No Surprises
    Amanda Palmer covering Radiohead is something a fan of either would be pleased to hear, with her paying due respect to the original compositions whilst putting her own unique spin on it all.
  35. "Condos" - Live at The Bell House
    by Welcome to Night Vale
    Sample Clip - Health PSA Sample Clip - Health PSA
    A perfectly imperfect show. Most will rejoice to hear the new vocal chords of Carlos, and the growing, festering thought of a condo being built near them or those they love will bring about tendrils of joy and fear within their veins, and they won't know which they trust. Not, at least, until they give in and buy one.
  36. "The Debate" - Live at Roulette
    by Welcome to Night Vale
    The debate itself was quite interesting to listen to; hearing a more in-depth argument from each candidate, as well as clearing up a few references within the main show arc itself (a particular 'Erika', for instance) later on when listened to in intended order.

    Of course, Kevin was deliciously creepy and Cecil was beautifully sonorous as always, and it was nice to hear more from the others. (I still would have voted for the Faceless Old Woman Who Secretly Lives in Your Home, given the option.)