This is Jake Kissner’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Jake Kissner

  1. Redwood City, California
  2. Alternative
  1. collection 22
  2. followers 7
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  1. Paradise
    Hungry Hungry
  2. Threads
    by Now, Now
    Wolf Wolf
    One of the best albums I listened to this year. These beautiful, lush arrangements are dripping with emotion; songs that make my heart ache. I can't get enough of this album.
  3. From the Bird's Cage
    by HRVRD
    Futurist Futurist
    Overflowing with emotion, and at many points, haunting, this record is beyond words. An instant favorite of mine.
  4. Acoustics EP
    by yvette young
    mermaid mermaid
    I turn off the lights, lay down in bed, put on headphones, and listen to this record. This collection of songs is a journey not like many else; truly a unique, transformative experience.
  5. Meta
    by Car Bomb
    Lights Out Lights Out
  6. Summer Twin
    by Boom Said Thunder
    Carnivore Carnivore
    These two tracks have an immense power. When the drums explode in "Carnivore", I feel like I'm being thrown across the room. Summer Twin perfectly captures this group's bombastic sound.
  7. Risk of Rain
    by Chris Christodoulou
    Dew Point Dew Point
    I could easily ramble on how Risk of Rain is possibly my favorite game. I love the distinct characters and the beautiful designs of the environments, but the quality that affects the haunting atmosphere most of all is the music. In each new world, you encounter new types of enemies as the ambient ramblings you heard on the previous level may have now evolved into a crashing rock groove or the constant hum of a keyboard. After hundreds of hours, this music is always fresh and just as powerful.
  8. 胡蝶の夢、十の夜
    by audace
    西方見聞録 西方見聞録
    Everything about this record is incredibly unique, especially for jazz records. From the group's curious instrumentation to the album's encapsulating dynamic range, this calming collection of tunes is refreshing for any listener.
  9. coloUrs and mayhem: Universe A & B
    by Homestuck
    Gold Pilot Gold Pilot
  10. Burial Grounds
    by Rin Tin Tiger
    Shards of Glass Shards of Glass
    Rin Tin Tiger's truly characteristic blend of rock and distorted blues works its magic again on this killer record. Shards of Glass and Crooked Kid are two of my personal favorites.
    RIP Rin Tin Tiger, I will always love you <3
  11. Fantasy Empire
    by Lightning Bolt
    Snow White (& The 7 Dwarves Fans) Snow White (& The 7 Dwarves Fans)
    Unrelenting energy and raw musical power; Lightning Bolt is back at it again with their latest release, full of solid soundscapes like Horsepower, The Metal East, and Dream Genie. I'd recommend this record to anyone looking to expand their musical horizons by seeing the mind-blowing artistry in the arrangement of these bombastic noises.
  12. Assouf
    by Picture Atlantic
    Lord Have Mercy Lord Have Mercy
    Picture Atlantic's new sound is absolutely mesmerizing... a powerful album full of incredible tunes; I have to listen about 100 more times before I'm really ready to talk about this... <3
  13. It's Easy
    by Dogcatcher
  14. Acoustics EP 2
    by yvette young
    Tender Tender
    Albums don't really have sequels? That was something I thought about while waiting for this album to release, but upon listening it's clear that Yvette's two Acoustic EPs are a complete journey. Together, the two works take you to a (possibly familiar) dark and painful place, only to then help you heal and guide you somewhere safer. I didn't think the first Acoustic EP could get any better <3
  15. For the Light
    by Foreign Air
  16. These Sunny Days
    by Devilish Dear
  17. Deep Fantasy
  18. Other Album
    by Metroid Metal
    Sector 4 (MF) Sector 4 (MF)
    Varia Suite is a fantastic album, but I am ecstatic that Metroid Metal included some Fusion tunes in their latest effort. Metroid Fusion was my favorite game of the series, and Sector 1 and Sector 4 both had groovy, memorable tunes. Fantastic as always, wouldn't expect any different.
  19. A Medium
    by Everything Illuminated
    Who's Alive Who's Alive
  20. Varia Suite
    by Metroid Metal
    Kraid (NES) Kraid (NES)
    I had the idea that there should be a metal band that exclusively covers Metroid music. Initially, I was disappointed when I found it already existed, but the masterful caliber of Metroid Metal's music is nigh unmatched and I am very happy that this album exists. Kraid's Theme and the Boss Battle Medley are two favorites, but I love the Super Metroid intro; it really sets the stage for how great this group is, and what the album has in store.