This is ojdo ’s music collection on Bandcamp.


  1. Munich, Germany
  2. Electronic
  1. collection 81
  2. wishlist 9
  3. followers 28
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  1. Young Romance
    by Roosevelt
  2. Running Away
    by Noé Solange
    Somewhere in the space between Massive Attack and Hotel Costes there is a lounge-like cool mezzanine with metronomic beets and synthy vocals.
    appears in 1 other collection
  3. Don't Fear The Sound
    by The Astral Walkers
    Don't Fear The Sound (Full Expansion) Don't Fear The Sound (Full Expansion)
    It's hard to find music that works both as a lush backdrop and as center stage entertainment. This is one of those gems. The attention to detail in the rhythm section throughout the 14 minutes is cool.
  4. Tohu Bohu
    by Rone
  5. Entertainment System
    by Professor Kliq
    Chicago Chicago
    The sophisticated Scientific Method III and the punchy Movements EP have made love and created beautiful offspring: Entertainment System. Danceable throughout, it is stuffed with jazzy voicing and groovy lines. It took some years, but was well worth the time! (Close second favorite track: Nothing stops Detroit)
  6. Chasing Gold
    by Chelsea Wilson
  7. Infinity Mirrors
    by Luminist
  8. Theia
    by Trash80
  9. Solstice
    by Vru Patel
  10. The Cogent Sea
    by Slow Dancing Society
  11. Images And Anthems - Book I
    by Lars Bartkuhn
  12. Motion
    by Rone Feat. Les Siècles Orchestra & Vanessa Wagner conducted by François-Xavier Roth
  13. Monstercat Uncaged Vol. 6
    by Monstercat
    How We Win How We Win
    Candy cotton form of dance music. You know it's too sweet, but you still cannot resist. My favorite track is an especially devious, pump-action-type song. One riff, repeated, in a single, ongoing crescendo right up to eleven.
  14. Colour
    by Pete Josef
  15. Universalis
    by Hammock
  16. Twenty-Eight Days In Two-Thousand Nineteen
    by Professor Kliq
    If you need your regular dose of Professor Kliq's signature sound, help yourself. You won't be disappointed. If you expect his next full release instead, hold your breath for some more days or weeks (or months? I hope not)... Favourite moment: bass line + percussion in minutes 22 to 24. Sweet!
  17. Satisfied
    by Catching Flies
  18. esoteric velociti paradox
    by Rom Di Prisco
  19. salvage
    by another fine day
    Scarborough Fair Scarborough Fair
    I was caught off guard by the opening track while listening to Soma FM radio. When the original track idea suddenly shifts into Another Fine Day's "mood", I could not help myself but to grin. From zero to fan in under two minutes - not bad I would say.
  20. EGO
    by RAC