This is Mattia’s music collection on Bandcamp.


  1. Berlin, Germany
  2. Alternative
  1. collection 60
  2. wishlist 46
  3. followers 15
  4. following 45
  1. People on Sunday
    by Domenique Dumont
  2. Half Seen Figure
    by Perlee
  3. Slow Creature
    by Perlee
  4. The Essential John Moods
    by John Moods
  5. All Delighted People EP
    by Sufjan Stevens
    From The Mouth Of Gabriel From The Mouth Of Gabriel
    Considering how much I come back to this EP, i wanted to leave a comment. I don't know what to say though. On long bicycle rides through the countryside, "from the mouth of Gabriel" is my sermon, on hungover sundays "The Owl …" is my ether, on rainy afternoons "heirloom" is my sunshine and in longing, "djohariah" has been my mantra. Sufjan, you beautiful boy.

    If you own a record player, get the vinyl. The D-side (not present on digital release) is sublime
  6. sole mate / @ home
    by infinite bisous
  7. w/ love
    by infinite bisous
    the past tense the past tense
    As dreamy as it is groovy, as melancholy as it is gay.
    This record must have been written to make love and shed tears to. A fabulous find.
  8. The Age of Adz
    by Sufjan Stevens
    Impossible Soul Impossible Soul
    Challenging at first, this is probably Sufjan's most rewarding album, given the time to grow on you. It's 23-minute grand finale, is a masterpiece in itself. Take the time and open your ears. Don't be distracted, it's not so impossible.
  9. Sad Songs For Dirty Lovers
    by The National
    As a huge National fan, every album, in it's own way, is my favorite. If I had to say why this one, it would have to be the overall atmosphere. Though it contains some stellar songs in their own right(Cardinal song, Lucky you), this album feels very together touching on recurring themes of love, disillusion, faithfulness, honesty. There is a lot to be discovered when diving into the lyrics. Also: This must be the single greatest album-title ever.
  10. The National
    by The National
    Most people coming to the National now, probably see stadium-filling band, with poignant lyrics and dense instrumental arrangements. I love that National as much(probably more than)as the next guy. What I love most about this, homonymous release, is that it also offer's a glimpse into the National as a band playing a small pub concert. With good songwriting, moving lyrics and easily tourable instrumentation. A valuable insight into the early days of my all-time favorite band.
  11. Mr Finish Line
    by Vulfpeck
    "Business casual" is just about be the best Tinder anthem ever.
  12. Overnight
    by Heat
    Sometimes Sometimes
    ‚Sometimes‘ sounds like ‚The War on Drugs‘ on cocaine.
  13. Jassbusters
    by Connan Mockasin
    Sexy Man Sexy Man
  14. Big Red Machine
    by Big Red Machine
    I Won't Run From It I Won't Run From It
  15. The Beautiful Game
    by Vulfpeck
    This is the essential VP album to me.
    I defy anyone to listen to this without dancing.
  16. The day that I cried so hard I ran out of tears and cried music
    by Candelaria Varela
    You're not there You're not there
  17. Chicago (Demo)
    by Sufjan Stevens
  18. Blue Bucket of Gold (Remix)
    by Sufjan Stevens
  19. The Greatest Gift
    by Sufjan Stevens
  20. Fugue State
    by Vulfpeck