This is Patricio Zenklussen’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Patricio Zenklussen

  1. Santiago, Chile
  2. Jazz
  1. collection 29
  2. wishlist 12
  3. followers 7
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  1. The Escapist
    by Felix Meredith
  2. Outside The Universe
    by Widek
  3. Delimiter
    by The Ralph
  4. Vertigo
    by Memfis
  5. Pirates and Dinosaurs
    by Ben Cosh
    appears in 1 other collection
  6. Walking Slow
    by Buendía
  7. Worldbuilding
    by Ernesto Schnack
  8. Keep An Open Mind EP
    by Eric Goldhahn
  9. Morning Will Come
    by Joey McNitt
    by NUMBE:RA
  11. Tango Alpha Tango
    by Tango Alpha Tango
    Mona Lisa's Death Mona Lisa's Death
    Actually not my cup of tea, but still one nice surprise. This album is perfectly suitable for indie and rock fans. However, there are some gems on it that should be cool to everyone.
  12. Seek Know More Feat. Ladi6
    by 50Hz
    Seek Know More (Flamenco Mix) Seek Know More (Flamenco Mix)
    The Flamenco Mix is one of the most enjoyable songs I've found in Bandcamp. The rest of the EP is pretty good too.
  13. After Hours
    OVERWERK is so cool. If you are looking for nice, punchy electronic music, search no longer.
  14. Eras Lost
    by Earthrise
    I normally do a lot of Meshuggah, and I love heavy sounds. Maybe too much.

    Saying that, 'Eras Lost' is as heavy as you can imagine, ergo, it is amazing. Dense but liquid. Pure oil.
  15. Steps
    by Jo Def
    This is sensual stuff. The music is pointed towards sexiness. Again, get your girl, ply this record and you'll be happy by the end of the night, or day...
  16. I
    by Plini / Sithu Aye
    Orm Orm
    Really? Why do I love this? Perhaps because it is a collaboration between two of the most talented guitar players and composers of the genre nowadays.

    Both Plini and Sithu know how to make great music. Now put them together and you'll find yourself listening to an outstanding piece of art.
  17. Plastic Mind Frequencies
    by Rocco Pezzin
    All I've Become All I've Become
    We've all heard shredders. And I have to say I've got a little tired of it.

    However, Plastic Mind Frequencies, though heavily guitar oriented, offers an interesting mix of freshness and innovation. Melodies are superb while the rhythm and riffs sections are heavy.
  18. Filaments
    by Supervoid
    Sludge. Reminds me of The Ocean and Mastodon. Pretty heavy and full of energy.
  19. Zenith
    by Dexter Britain
    Stellar. Just look up to the sky and watch the stars. You'll probably imagine music you'd hear in this album.
  20. Intake OST
    by Cipher Prime Studios
    Powerful electronic with dubstep remains. Simple, not to too deep, but straight to the point.