This is Crinklechips’ music collection on Bandcamp.

Crinklechips

  1. England, UK
  2. Rock
  1. collection 242
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  1. Lunar Jetman
    by Pharaoh Overlord
  2. Guillotine
    by Circle
  3. The Chapel, SF 10.2.19
    by Osees
    Henchlock Henchlock
    The keyboards are higher in the mix on this one which gives it its own flavour. A great mix of songs flawlessly performed.

    Long live the Osees!
  4. 6000 km/h
    by Circle
    Circle. The most psychedelic heavy rock band that there is or will ever be. That and the fact that they’re a bunch of clowns makes them one of the most beloved bands I have ever listened to. I’d love to see them one day. This live record is a perfect introduction to their madness with a scorching three track punk out in the middle. Incredible!
  5. And No Birds Sing
    by Bass Communion
    And No Birds Sing (Theme) And No Birds Sing (Theme)
  6. HELL IS REAL
    by Black Dresses
    U DONT KNOW U DONT KNOW
    This is some hardcore industrial shit. If you’re having a hard time you might want to avoid this e.p. cause it comes from a dark place. However, it also kicks serious ass!!!
  7. DREAMS COME TRUE 2019
    by Black Dresses
    WIGGLE 2019 WIGGLE 2019
    Essential, bad ass industrial rock from two unbelievably talented Canadians. Use it to demolish buildings or take down a fascist regime or something. Raw sonic power.
  8. S/T
    by Fuzz
    Fave Tracks : Earthen Gates, Raise

    There are some classic songs on Fuzz’s 1st album only slightly let down by a weaker production that muddies the drums at times. Get some driving, acid punk fury in yer ears!

    Essential listening!
  9. Putrifiers II
    by Thee Oh Sees
    Lupine Dominus Lupine Dominus
    An old gem of an album. I'm listening to old Osees and this one really shines for me. I’m not aware if any of this material is still performed but if not it really deserves a dusting off. A great and ranging set with a really nice production.

    Get this!
  10. Help
    by Thee Oh Sees
    Enemy Destruct Enemy Destruct
    Early Osees. A more old school garagey approach. There are some classics on here that they still perform today (2021). This band hardly ever miss. Its all good! No long tracks on this one. They’re all tight nuggets of underground rock heaven.
  11. Levitation Sessions
    by FUZZ
    Just as good, if not better live than in the studio. Incredible heavy psych. Emphasis on the heavy!
  12. III
    by Fuzz
    Returning Returning
    A continuation of the Fuzz trip. A perfect production compliments this tight bunch of heavy psych. A talented power trio that are becoming a firm favourite.

    Possible contender for album of the year for me!
  13. II
    by Fuzz
    Rat Race Rat Race
    Psychedelic fury. Kinda Black Sabbath if they were banging it out in ‘67 on a bucket of acid.

    Awesomeness.
  14. Levitation Sessions II
    by Osees
    Grown In A Graveyard Grown In A Graveyard
    A great set filled with old tunes I’m not familiar with and a bunch of Chrome covers.

    Osees don’t repeat themselves. Gotta love that. Their online gigs are the highlight of these shitty times!
  15. Phantastes
    by Nick Harper
    Phantastes Phantastes
    Nick goes psychedelic on this one. An album that intertwines the story of getting together with his wife and the the novel Phantastes by George Mcdonald.

    The Drum samples and keys on this album are all triggered by the guitar he’s playing. Essentially its a live performance with minimal overdubs. Now thats pretty cool!

    Essential late night listening.
  16. Indaba Is
    by Various Artists
    Dikeledi Dikeledi
    A really interesting selection of modern jazz from South Africa. Its opened my eyes to artists I’ve never heard of. Particularly Thandi Ntuli. Love the artwork too.
  17. PLANETARY SPACE CHILD
    by RUBY THE HATCHET
    Killer Killer
    Ruby the Hatchet aren’t breaking the mould with their 70’s style heavy rock. If you’re channeling the best of what your genre has to offer then you’re doing just fine. They are and I seriously hope they come to the U.K. one day with their organ driven riffage.

    Their female vocalist is great too. So many great female fronted heavy bands these days. Love it!
  18. ELIMINATOR EP
    by RUBY THE HATCHET
    Paralyzed Paralyzed
  19. Easy Livin'
    by RUBY THE HATCHET
  20. VALLEY OF THE SNAKE
    by RUBY THE HATCHET
    Valley Of The Snake Valley Of The Snake