This is Matthew Adlard’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Matthew Adlard

  1. England, UK
  2. Alternative
  1. collection 21
  2. wishlist 22
  3. following 82
  1. Mother Mountain
    by Language of Shapes
  2. Please Daddy
    by Sarah Mary Chadwick
    Nothing Sticks Nothing Sticks
  3. Silver Tongue
    by TORRES
    Gracious Day Gracious Day
  4. Fables of the Sleepless Empire
    by Unexpect
    The Quantum Symphony The Quantum Symphony
    by Xiu Xiu
    Hay Choco Bananas Hay Choco Bananas
  6. Debris
    by Keeley Forsyth
    Lost Lost
  7. Giles Corey
    by Giles Corey
    Spectral Bride Spectral Bride
  8. Unremembered
    by Sarah Kirkland Snider (featuring Padma Newsome, DM Stith, and Shara Worden)
    The Speakers The Speakers
  9. The Turn Of The Tides
    by Empyrium
    Saviour Saviour
  10. A Dawn to Fear
    by Cult of Luna
    The Fall The Fall
  11. Absolute Still Life
    by Wreck and Reference
    What Is A Gift What Is A Gift
  13. Disclosure
    by The Gathering
    Meltdown Meltdown
  14. Front Row Seat To Earth
    by Weyes Blood
    Be Free Be Free
  15. Remind Me Tomorrow
    by Sharon Van Etten
    Jupiter 4 Jupiter 4
  16. Beware The Sword You Cannot See
    by A Forest Of Stars
  17. Return of the Jedi Commentary Track
    by Red Letter Media
  18. Star Wars: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Commentary Track
    by Red Letter Media
  19. How I Loved You
    by Angels Of Light
    Two Women Two Women
    Gira on top form. Love, obsession and lust are explored here as well as Gira's go-to disturbing material on "My True Body". An unforgettable record. Been a fan of it for many years and now have gotten the chance to own it.
  20. King Nine
    by Blueneck
    Sirens Sirens
    A band that has a sound that is entirely their own. Outstanding melancholic music that will stay with you long after you listen.
  21. NOIRE (44khz / 24bit version)
    by VNV Nation
    Collide Collide
    A new tremendous work from my favorite electronic band. Been a fan since I was very young and will still continue to be one. So many great tracks but Collide is quintessential VNV.