This is Nate Burr’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Nate Burr

  1. Boise, Idaho
  2. Alternative
  1. collection 39
  2. wishlist 24
  3. followers 97
  4. following 44
  1. Crutch
    by King and Queen of the Losers
    00:00/00:00
    World War Me World War Me
    Revelation 8: 6-7 reads, "And the seven angels with the seven trumpets prepared to sound them. Then the first angel sounded his trumpet, and hail and fire mixed with blood were flung to the earth. A third of the earth was burned up, along with a third of the trees and all the green grass."

    This album is the first trumpet call signalling the apocalypse. There's no doubt in my mind because an album like this so good it could have only come from God Himself. My lawn is ruined but it's good.
  2. Late Bloomer - EP
    by Jordan Thornquest
    00:00/00:00
    Late Bloomer Late Bloomer
    An angsty, confused, lost EP that expresses its frustrations in such a reasonable and friendly manner, exposing some intensely personal and crushing truths from Jordan's personal life. It's self aware, exciting, unpredictable, and ends on a mile-high note of noise, energy, and confidence. One of the best releases of 2017 from the Idaho scene and the best release I've ever heard out of Twin Falls.
  3. Sorry
    by Whippin Shitties
    00:00/00:00
    Mr. Peanutbutter Mr. Peanutbutter
    Modern Baseball + Front Bottoms + Video Game Dunkey + BoJack Horseman = An EP that must have been written specifically for the purpose of blowing my mind. It's almost like this band is pandering to everything I love for the sole reason of blowing me away.

    Because that's what this EP does: Blows me away.
  4. The Gospel of Nothingness (V. 1)
    by St. Terrible + Psych Mt. Revival
    00:00/00:00
    Nothingness Vs. the Optimistic Spirit Nothingness Vs. the Optimistic Spirit
    One of the best produced, brilliantly executed, atmospherically dense, and thematically impressive projects to come out of Boise since Magic Sword. The vivid imagery feels as though it's ripped straight from an art-house film. The vocal performance is remarkable. The variety in textures and instruments is stupendous. If I could buy this on vinyl, I definitely would.
  5. The Devil-Faces of My Old Friends, Beneath Me
    by Heccra
    00:00/00:00
    Koala Bear Koala Bear
    When this album wants to go hard, it crushes your face in with distorted and unrelenting brutality. Some shocking imagery is present, and adds an incredible contrast to the strange but effective pop and acoustic segments. One of the strangest albums I've ever heard, but one of my favorites as well.
  6. Emptiness and Other Such Places
    by St. Terrible
    00:00/00:00
    Emptiness Pt. I Emptiness Pt. I
    A bit more mature and subdued than past releases but still retaining a grand scope and consistent narrative that carries through, with much clever imagery and thought-provoking philosophies explored.

    Gorgeous soundscapes, inspired vision, and masterful musicianship.

    This music project is special.
  7. The Marshmallow Ghosts s/t
    by The Marshmallow Ghosts
    00:00/00:00
    It Won't Be Long It Won't Be Long
    Absolutely drenched in aesthetic and careful attention to atmosphere and ambiance. Old timey Halloween feels, with dust and peeling paint. Complete with plastic jack-o-lanterns and hand-made costumes.

    Kinda like evil STRFKR.
  8. The Last Weekend of Summer
    by Heccra
    00:00/00:00
    I Spent July in Heaven... I Spent July in Heaven...
    Powerful, raw, and emotional. Goes from hyper-intense hardcore to indie-alt power pop instantaniously and does so masterfully, adding wonderful dynamics to all of the songs.
  9. Raised By Wolves EP
    by Voxtrot
    00:00/00:00
    Missing Pieces Missing Pieces
    One of the best EPs ever released in my opinion, with consistent energy, brilliant lyricism, and a charismatic and playful presence that its maintained.

    A masterclass of alternative indie pop rock and far ahead of its time in the mid-2000's.
  10. A Place to Stand
    by Sculpture Club
    00:00/00:00
    My Favorite My Favorite
    There's a house on your street that a dozen art school students are renting together. It's dusty and has a "no cops or rapists" sign tacked to the front door. There are dying flowers in the window, strange hand-made clay pots on the porch, and cats are crawling all over the property.

    If that house was an album, this would be it. And I love it.
  11. Ghost Guest
    by Ghost Guest
    00:00/00:00
    Hardwood Floors Hardwood Floors
  12. The Wonderful End of the World: Side A
    by St. Terrible
    00:00/00:00
    Skinless (Bodiless Dances for the End of Days) Skinless (Bodiless Dances for the End of Days)
  13. The Wonderful End of the World: Side B (B-Sides and Demos)
    by St. Terrible
    00:00/00:00
    Glinliv Glinliv
    Bursting with energy and excitement. A solid collection of songs with an exceptional amount of character and narrative. Glinliv may be the most infectious St. Terrible song.
  14. New Year's Eve
    by Mal Blum
    00:00/00:00
    Earnest, emotional, and honest. Such a strong sense of community and friendship is captured in this jam. The final act is sweeping and exciting. A narrative-driven self affirming roller coaster.
  15. YOU WORK SO HARD JUST TO BE LIKE EVERYONE ELSE
    by The Homeless Gospel Choir
    00:00/00:00
    Making a killing Making a killing
    So much darker and more raw than other Homeless Gospel Choir releases. The political commentary is biting and brutal. This album feels like rock bottom, as if it was written in the middle of a breakthrough. Derek's songwriting is so inspired and wise and touching. This is the kind of raw emotion that can only be captured in lo-fi, and HGC is one of the finest artists on the underground scene to prove it.
  16. Cult Leader
    by Corduroy Blue
    00:00/00:00
    Curses and Setbacks Curses and Setbacks
    This album is super earnest and straight-forward. Super rough around the edges with a clear homemade aesthetic coming forward to paint a detailed picture of common worries in adolescence, politics, and mental health. The makings of a local classic.
  17. Laurie
    by Jordan Thornquest
    00:00/00:00
    Reminds me of Neon Trees or the Wrecks! So full of energy and love and excitement. This was recorded for someone having a bad day too? That is so sweet. This is why Jordan Thornquest is the reason I wake up every morning. So good.
  18. Heccra-Kazooie
    by Heccra
    00:00/00:00
    Banjo-Kazooie Banjo-Kazooie
    Wild and unhinged and dripping with sadness. Intensely nostalgic and colorful, having a home-movie aesthetic from the late 90's to early 2000's. A unique and personal mood is captured masterfully and unconventionally through absurdist and unhinged songs.
  19. White Eagle
    by Heccra
    00:00/00:00
    AM AM
    Rough around the edges and chaotic, with bizarre production choices and fleeting images of delinquency and immaturity. A look into the psyche of an adolescent public enemy with much crusty style and shotgun substance.
  20. Birdie
    by Slaughter Beach, Dog
    00:00/00:00
    Gold and Green Gold and Green
    A very serene and relaxing album, with clever lyricism and fun melodic ideas scattered everywhere. A very lethargic and content atmosphere is conveyed and hammed rock-solid into its listener.
  21. Constructive Destruction
    by Tag Along Friend
    00:00/00:00
    Artifacts Artifacts
    My favorite release from Tag Along Friend. A dirty, spacey, honest look at identity and self. I'm digging the new synthy direction too, which could open up a lot of exciting possibilities for this act. One of my favorites in Boise. c:
  22. Pizza Is Emo
    by Heccra
    00:00/00:00
    Going To Hell Going To Hell
    Hardcore pop punk bedroom goodness with odd synth and vocal distortion and ridiculous drums and unpredictable song structures. Going To Hell has an incredible finale as well, with impressive production value.
  23. All Our Songs
    by William Bonney
    00:00/00:00
    See Ya Later See Ya Later
  24. People (Demo)
    by Jordan Thornquest
    00:00/00:00
    Clever and witty lyrics, radical rockabilly/alternative vocals, and a really fun chorus. Jordan Thornquest could literally record himself making breakfast and it'd be excellent.
  25. apple.
    by jakewolf
    00:00/00:00
    most statues have beards, this one just has a gnarly stache most statues have beards, this one just has a gnarly stache
    This album takes me back to freshman year. I'd never heard lo-fi, so the rawness struck a chord with me. This album opened the floodgates for other groups like Spookyghostboy and Cavetown and others. Some pretty heartfelt and genuine moments scattered throughout. I was crushed when this was removed from Spotify but am relieved it's on Bandcamp.
  26. Youtube covers
    by cavetown
    00:00/00:00
    Congratulations - Post Malone Congratulations - Post Malone
    Proof that Cavetown can't do wrong.
  27. The Reluctant Graveyard
    by Jeremy Messersmith
    00:00/00:00
    Knots Knots
    Jeremy Messersmith plays this album as though he's reading a storybook to nephews of his. There's so much comfort buried beneath some of the darker thematic and cinematic elements. There's a lot to take in, but the finalized product is gorgeous.
  28. it's all in your head
    by dandelion hands
    00:00/00:00
    i like you i like you
    The album that every 15 year old kid is subconsciously trying to make in their bedroom at 11:30 at night.
  29. This is home
    by cavetown
    00:00/00:00
    So atmospheric, spooky, comforting, and aesthetically pleasing. One of, if not, the best songs Cavetown has ever put out. Coming to terms with dysphoria and identity is captured so flawlessly in the lyrics and instrumental job. 10/10 would home again.
  30. I DRINK SPIT EP
    by girlpuke
    00:00/00:00
    LOVE SUICIDE LOVE SUICIDE
    Scrappy, raw, wild, and youthful. So much angst and rage is contained in this EP. Like a John Green book that got run through the washing machine and got drug through the mud and got caked in dark red sparkles.
  31. cavetown
    by cavetown
    00:00/00:00
    meteor shower meteor shower
    Absolutely drenched in atmosphere and technical prowess. A wide variety of scenery and themes explored.
  32. Archive
    by cavetown
    00:00/00:00
    Dysphoric V.2 Dysphoric V.2
    Dysphoria is not a common theme in music, and it's super cool to see it so wonderfully represented in this collection. Hug all yr friends is a solid work of ukulele and heartfelt lyrics, with some welcome arpeggios thrown into the mix.
  33. Everything Is Made Of Stars
    by cavetown
    00:00/00:00
    Ghost Boys Ghost Boys
    This album is a masterpiece in aesthetic and musical craftsmanship. The vibes are so comforting and homey.
  34. let's go
    by In Love With A Ghost
    00:00/00:00
    we've never met but, can we have a coffee or something we've never met but, can we have a coffee or something
  35. ordinary magic ep
    by In Love With A Ghost
    00:00/00:00
    today i'll try to be happy today i'll try to be happy
  36. healing
    by In Love With A Ghost
    00:00/00:00
    i was feeling down then i found a nice witch and now we're best friends i was feeling down then i found a nice witch and now we're best friends
    Cartoon Network needs to hop on making this a series. That's how impressive the storytelling is without a single lyric being sang or spoken.
  37. diary // 2012-2014
    by In Love With A Ghost
    00:00/00:00
    for you for you
  38. discography (2015)
    by In Love With A Ghost
    00:00/00:00
    can i be your internet crush can i be your internet crush
  39. discography (2016)
    by In Love With A Ghost
    00:00/00:00
    comet comet
    Intensely atmospheric, instantly transports me to spring of 2017, which was a pretty incredible time that was subconsciously painted by this collection of songs. The defined and confident atmosphere painted by this album (EP?) is loud, clear, and consistent while being personal and nostalgic.