This is El Dubya’s music collection on Bandcamp.

El Dubya

  1. Michigan
  2. Metal
  1. collection 21
  2. wishlist 15
  3. followers 1
  4. following 45
    by The Physics House Band
    by The Physics House Band
  3. Sans Souci
  4. Death Sequence
    by The Physics House Band
    Death Sequence i Death Sequence i
  5. Sensors In Everything
    by Poly-Math
  6. Wanting More
    by Gyre
  7. Reptiles
    by Poly-Math
    Metamorphosis Metamorphosis
    Prog rock at its finest. Obvious influences from Mars Volta but still its own feel. One of the great upcoming bands across the globe in the world of prog and math.
  8. Rituals of Power
    by Misery Index
    New Salem New Salem
    Incredible album front to back. It’s simplistic yet complex enough to be impressive in its musicianship. Jarvis’ drumming is intense and packed with detail. The song structures and the riffs are straight to the point and in your face. This is easily in my top 5 metal albums of all time, if not top 3 or better.
  9. The Bearing Point
    by After Nations
  10. Melencolia
    by Poly-Math
  11. gyre
    by Gyre
    .gyre. .gyre.
  12. Horizons / Rapture
    by The Physics House Band
    Abraxical Solapse Abraxical Solapse
  13. A Series Of Disagreements
    by Instrumental (adj.)
    The Nightmare Of Adulthood The Nightmare Of Adulthood
  14. El Castillo
    by Poly-Math
  15. La Unión De Roku & Demipenteract
    by Poly-Math
  16. Tetragon
    by Poly-Math
  17. Vertex
    by Poly-Math
  18. Late Warning
    by Anvil Crawler
    Monolith in the Sky Monolith in the Sky
    Heavy hitting prog rock that is written well. It’s hard finding bands that stand out from the rest of the pack, and these guys are a breath of fresh air. Blended elements of prog rock, prog metal, post-hardcore, and math rock/metal, they encapsulate a frenetic assault of off timings and slamming grooves, but yet also tastefully pull back to gentle moments here and there. Brilliant work!
  19. The Covert Sessions
    by Noyade
    Noyade Noyade
  20. Mercury Fountain
    by The Physics House Band
    Surrogate Head Surrogate Head
    This is one of my absolute favorite albums ever. It's progressive rock meeting experimental rock in a perfect blend. This is a more matured release compared to their earlier work, constructed and presented with real craftsmanship. The drummer is incredible, and the jamming abilities of the guitarist, bassist, and their keys are spectacular.