This is LJ Brubaker’s music collection on Bandcamp.

LJ Brubaker

  1. Pennsylvania
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  1. My Big Break - volume 1
    by Ben Seretan
  2. Co-Mission: An Artist Relief Compilation, Vol. 1
    by Folkadelphia
  3. Youth Pastoral
    by Ben Seretan
  4. EYE OF NIGHT
    by Bad Braids
  5. ~~~
    by Ana Roxanne
  6. Hamad Kalkaba and The Golden Sounds 1974-1975
    by Hamad Kalkaba
  7. Congolaise Benin Ye
    by Le Super Borgou de Parakou
  8. sad boy
    by deer scout
  9. Shut Up Kiss Me
    by Angel Olsen
  10. Äiti kyllä sä tiedät
    by Litku Klemetti & Tuntematon numero
  11. 1000 Boys
    by Matt Duncan
  12. Mam Yinne Wa
    by Alogte Oho and his Sounds of Joy
  13. Someday We'll Linger in the Sun [2016 Single]
    by Gaelynn Lea
  14. Ebb & Flow
    by Brown Bird
  15. January 2009
    by Vio/Miré
    Shrinking Coasts Shrinking Coasts
    Evokes every feeling, in the best possible way.
  16. Poplar Hollow
    by Mike Gangloff
    Queen Of The Earth, Child Of The Skies Queen Of The Earth, Child Of The Skies
    I am wildly fascinated by the melding of sounds, forms, & instruments across geographic & cultural borders. Mike Gangloff has paired the well known sounds of Appalachian folk with the less known (at least in American music) shruti box, an Indian drone instrument. The match, while unlikely, is sublime. What results is something at once familiar and hauntingly, beautifully unknown. This listening experience is not to be missed.
  17. Trimmings of Hides
    by Norwegian Arms
    Run! Ran! Run! Rah! Run! Ran! Run! Rah!
    One of my very favorite songs of all time ever.
  18. Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll
    by Various Artists
    B.C.K. B.C.K.
    This supremely important collection serves up a small slice of the effervescent rock scene in Cambodia, before it was decimated by the Khmer Rouge. Let's not be led to think that rock and roll is the exclusive purview of white men; it's worth seeking out what everyone else has been up to.
  19. Ben Seretan
    by Ben Seretan
    Light Leaks Light Leaks
    I remember meeting Ben for the first time at a show in Boston and hitching a ride with him to Maine the next day. I remember sitting in a basement in Portland, eyes closed, as waves of sound took me further from corporeality than I'd ever been. This album rests on my wall as a watchful icon. The song is etched lovingly on the back of my skull:

    You will be stronger tomorrow; you will be wiser tonight. You will find new love without warning; you will find new joy with every breath.
  20. False Starts
    by On the Water
    Dog Eat Dog Dog Eat Dog
    Freak folk in the best way, full of roiling emotions and tumultuous melodies that force you to fall in deep. These are modern-day shanties for the rambling West Philadelphian in all of us.