This is Stephen Boyd Merriman’s music collection on Bandcamp.
  1. collection 70
  2. wishlist 9
  3. followers 6
  4. following 56
  1. Songs For Bars And Elevators
    by Neli CoKo
  2. Burning
    by Oldest Sea
  3. DIVE AND HOVER
    by Neli CoKo
  4. Ganja Socks
    by Escape Roots
  5. STRANGERS EYES feat. Anne Clark
    by Katja von Kassel
  6. Cave Candle
    by Oldest Sea
  7. Lost in Seaburgh
    by Rowan Morrison
  8. Panzer Kunst
    by Fragile X
  9. A Rose Shattered
    by Syrenomelia
  10. The British Roots Rockas
    by Dennis Bovell
  11. Lotte Kestner - Stolen (covers)
    by lotte kestner
    Lotte Kestner is by far one of the most distinctive artists around today. Her voice not only has a remarkable range musically, but also in the emotional intelligent of her performances. Genuine, deceptively simple, beauty is here within her grasp. She inhabits both numinous and physical worlds, like silver dropped into a stream.
  12. Mont Crevelt 4am
    by Flexagon
    appears in 1 other collection
  13. "Dissonance" (DEMO)
    by PRIMAL SHUDDERS
  14. "Remains" (DEMO _ Work in progress)
    by PRIMAL SHUDDERS
  15. New York (Is)
    by She's Excited! feat. Komputer & Sarahfina
  16. The Silver Tree
    by The Other World
    Ashram Traffic Jam Ashram Traffic Jam
    I love this song’s energy and slightly crazy lyrics sung over a fantastically uplifting melody. The guitar playing is a tour de force, and the harp works in synergy, really vital and sounds like no harp I have heard before. This song is a genuine beauty. The other songs on the EP are as equally compelling and diffuse with warmth and generosity of spirit. The vocals on Ullin have an inimitable cadence and luminosity.

    This has been a
    wonderful case of serendipity.
    Congratulations Other World.
  17. Midsummer's Queen (Single edit)
    by Meadowsilver
  18. Mardale
    by The Heartwood Institute
  19. With My Headphones In
    by Mike Meinke
  20. Here In The Dark
    by La Marée
    This song is sealed in by its own beauty. The lyrics seem to mourn someone in a frozen forest. A grief too hard to share, perhaps. Rarely does one feel the privilege of being invited to listen to such a genuinely great piece of music.