This is Shibui’s music collection on Bandcamp.


  1. Electronic
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  1. The Work
    by Rivers of Nihil
  2. Submission And Slavery
    by Lamp Of Murmuur
  3. The Distillers (2020 Remaster)
    by The Distillers
  4. I Don't Know How to Be Happy
    by Deli Girls
  5. Technomancy
    by Victor Love
    I Curse You (feat. Zu) I Curse You (feat. Zu)
    This album is the amalgam of all the naughty voices in your head set in a sound that doesn't only slap, but slams you in the face. With fierce energy, Technomancy absolutely demands you slither your spine with this metallic groove and I've no intention to disobey.
  6. Cybernerve (LP)
    Ronin Ronin
    Since the release of the single Fxck My Brain, it was clear this album was going to be something special. Cybernerve hits hard with a slick cyber groove that could revive the dead to shake their asses and I'm here for it.
  7. BOSS
    by deli girls
    dick hurt dick hurt
    deli girls put out epic levels of aggression to a frenetic techno beat that makes every lyric into a fist aimed directly at your fucking soul. An amazing sound that I want whipping my ass every night before bed.
  8. Evasion
    by CloZee
    Chinese Trip Chinese Trip
    Whether you're a new or old fan of CloZee, this is an album you'll be talking about for some time. Evasion is full of surprises, with skillfully orchestrated sounds that will take you on a truly beautiful trip.
  9. Sinner's Syndrome
    by Moderator
    Voodoo Kiss Voodoo Kiss
    I have a hard time deciding what genre Sinner's Syndrome fits into... and I can't help loving it for that. Some songs feel chill and jazzy while others are fun and funky, and there are just so many bangers. This one's definitely going to be thumping from my speakers for a long, long while.
  10. Delirium
    by Acryl Madness
    Empty Shade Empty Shade
    Acryl Madness is wealthy with dark beats and cool synth melodies that crawl through you and take you on a ride through the cybernetic dystopia in your head. Delirium is another amazing collection of tracks by this talented artist and definitely worth a listen or twenty.
  11. Music Is My Religion
    by buckwild
    Bronx Bars (Axel leon, Fred da Godson, Reef Hustle, David Bars) Bronx Bars (Axel leon, Fred da Godson, Reef Hustle, David Bars)
    Some of the sickest rhymes telling tales of struggle and triumph in the realest sense. A must listen for hip hop fans.
  12. Nómada
    by KALEEMA
    Sierra Leona Sierra Leona
    It was honestly a bit of surprise how much I ended up liking Nómada. It's Latin rhythms with traditional sounds that still manages something new and interesting with songs that start out deceptively simple, but soon culminate into a beautifully layered, fascinating combination of styles that is uniquely sensual and exquisitely enjoyable.
  13. L.P.
    by DIE NASTY
    Karate (I Know) Karate (I Know)
    It's amazing fun screaming along to this whether you're with friends or home alone. DIE NASTY is high energy and pure punk and this album is a prime example of it.
  14. ... Until We Felt Red
    by Kaki King
    These Are the Armies of the Tyrannized These Are the Armies of the Tyrannized
    This album is a journey from start to finish. These tracks are powerful, soulful, peaceful... it's the kind of music that evokes strong feelings often without saying anything at all, which is just such a treasure.
    by LORN
    Dark, heavy, no nonsense rhythms. Excellent for studying, working out... anytime you want to slip into something thumpingly melancholy.
  16. Hjorth ft. Mophono
    by The Gaslamp Killer
    Hjorth couldn't have come at a better time. I haven't had a track hype up my day as hard as this in ages and have honestly played it on loop for probably an hour at one point. Love it.
  17. Tribute to Billie
    by White Chocolate Drops
    These songs will take you back to times you don't even recall. Truly brilliant orchestration and performance in every way. I hope to hear more someday.
  18. Dark Days
    by Fixions
    Negate the Wave Negate the Wave
    If the world is ending, this is the soundtrack. Zealously bleak, these tracks will have you nodding your head in any apocalyptic scenario you might find yourself in.
  19. Transient Offworld
    by Lukhash
    Digital Illusions Digital Illusions
    There's a lot to love about this song arrangement. The progression between surreal, funky rhythms and heavy, dark synth sounds creates a lovely vibe that's just so addicting.
    Permanent Reality Permanent Reality
    MBR did an amazing job with this soundtrack. VIRTUAVERSE.OST takes you on a journey through a cyperpunk world with some of the tastiest synth-metal tracks I've ever had the pleasure of experiencing. I really want to play the game after listening to it!