This is Oddball’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Oddball

  1. Calgary, Alberta
  2. Electronic
  1. collection 160
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  1. Idol Eyes EP
    by Common Saints
    Lovesong Lovesong
    This is a great little EP, really smooth and well put together. I might have missed it if it wasn't for my toddler. I was busy in the kitchen when all of a sudden she started rocking our in her high chair during the BC-Weekly and I had to really listen to what grabbed her and the rest... is history.

    Lovesong is next level stuff. A nine minute progressive psychedelic soul epic that ends in the most beautifully layered and built up climax. I could listen 2021 nine minutes at a time at this rate.
  2. Dwellers of the Deep
    by Wobbler
    Merry Macabre Merry Macabre
    It isn't every day you get to listen to a brand new masterpiece. This is a stunner. The kind of album you get into prog rock for. Something that leaves you feeling just the right kind of weird and hungry for more. I was thinking through the first 3 tracks that this was maybe already their best work, but Merry Macabre is next level stuff. honestly on par with the greats!
  3. RAVENING IRON
    by Eternal Champion
  4. Arc
    by Diagonal
  5. Laughing Matter
    by Wand
  6. Mima
    by Petrels
  7. The Smokeless Fires
    by Lunar Shadow
  8. Never Hear The End Of It
    by Sloan
    Fading Into Obscurity Fading Into Obscurity
    This is one of my top 5 albums all time. Never Hear the End of It is a pop album exaggerated into a prog epic. It's made up of 30 tracks ranging from about a minute to over 5 all threaded seamlessly into an unbroken 76 minute masterpiece. Sloan's 4 headed monster of singer-songwriter-multi-instrumenalists ruminate on relationships and coming to terms with being one time rising stars that fell just shy of the firmament. It's glorious, touching, luxurious and rocking! The apex of power pop.
  9. Doomsday Afternoon
    by Phideaux
    Microdeath Softstar Microdeath Softstar
    The monumental second entry in a soon to be completed three part dystopian concept album suite, Doomsday Afternoon is soap opera director come gothic prog-rocker Xavier Phideaux's Opus. And it is in a word, stunning.

    I'll be extremely up front. This is one of the greatest albums ever recorded. I've had a burned copy I've listened to death since about 2009. It was way past time I paid my dues.
  10. The Armor of Ire
    by Eternal Champion
    I Am The Hammer I Am The Hammer
    Finally, some new metal that isn't sludge, black, death or doom. Just a straight up punch to the gut of good old heavy metal. Sharpen your broadswords, crank the tunes and bang hard!

    100% top row of the collection material.
  11. Pink Lemonade
    by Closure In Moscow
    Happy Days Happy Days
    Ingredients: Water, Sucrose, Natural Lemon Flavah(TM), Pink Dye R2112, Potassium Benzoate. May contain traces of Jack White and Jamiroquai.

    Warning: Do not consume without appropriate safety gear. Safety gear pictured. Safety gear not included. Safefy gear may be substituted with a completed copy of the Legend of Zelda or a Frank Zappa LP gatefold worn securely on the head.

    This product was not manufactured in a Gospel free facility.

    Consume frequently for best results.
  12. VAISSEAUX
    by SAINT-SAMUEL
    Quanta de lumière Quanta de lumière
    Complexe, complete et avant tout soulevant. VAISSEAUX est un triomphe. J'ai besoin de trouver encore plus. Le meilleur album venant de la belle province depuis l'oeuvre "Si On Avait Besoin D'une Cinquieme Saison" par Harmonium.

    (PS: I can't believe I'm saying this, but get the iTunes 6 track version, Procyon & Partie 3 (il y a une partie 3!) are the best tracks! And they're gone from this version for some reason!? AU SECOURS!)
  13. Mr Finish Line
    by Vulfpeck
    Music for believing in.
  14. LEATHER TEETH
    by Carpenter Brut
    Hairspray Hurricane Hairspray Hurricane
    No one does electronic better than the French. I always love it when musicians ride the line between electronic and metal too. This was my favourite album since Justice's Woman (until I heard Woman Worldwide later the same day. :P )

    So many killer tracks on this one.
  15. MASTER
    by Teeth of the Sea
    Responder Responder
    Somewhere between prog rock and industrial electronic and always blacker than pitch, this album is a must for those who know electronic isn't only for dancing.
  16. Apex
    by Unleash The Archers
    The Matriarch The Matriarch
    The West Coast has fjords, I supposed it must only have been a matter of time before someone applied the Scandinavian techniques for transmuting them into metal. This is a particularly refined product too. Suitable top quality battle axes.

    Easily the best power metal I've found on Bandcamp so far.

    /m\ >.< /m\
  17. Part The Second
    by maudlin of the Well
    An Excerpt From 6,000,000,000,000 Miles Before The First, or, The Revisitation Of The Blue Ghost An Excerpt From 6,000,000,000,000 Miles Before The First, or, The Revisitation Of The Blue Ghost
    I don't know what shocked me more, seeing part the Second here on Bandcamp or the fact that the totally free, totally legit original download site is still active. Either way, as someone who wasn't in the know when the album was originally crowd funded, I've enjoyed this album far to much not to compensate the artists.

    The album is as profound as it is excellent. Very rewarding to the adventurous listener.
  18. Number Seven (Remastered)
    by Phideaux
    Infinite Supply Infinite Supply
    To me, this is the only Phideaux album that can challenge Doomsday Afternoon. It is as complicated and absorbing, but maybe not quite as perfect. One thing 7 has that Doomsday can't match though is elevation. Infinite Supply is probably my favourite track by the band.
  19. Infernal
    by Phideaux
    cast out and cold cast out and cold
    11 years since Doomsday Afternoon and 7 years since anything else, it's finally here: Infernal!

    This is Phideaux's Tales from Topographic Oceans or Lamb Lies Down on Broadway. It's massive and incredibly ambitious, but they've pulled it off with more aplomb than those mommoth double album classics.

    It isn't as hooking as Doomsday or 7, but it's a very fitting extension and conclusion to the trilogy with plenty great moments all its own.

    Fans of the band should enjoy spotting the references.
  20. Relations At The Borders Between
    by Beyond-O-Matic
    Wish Wish
    I've been hunting this bizarre and special album for years. It's so great to finally have it in my collection.