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Re: Listen to each others bands...

Postby Fat Goth on Sun Jan 07, 2018 4:14 am

This is the band I play in. We have 4 albums and a few EP's available for free on our bandcamp page. Help yourselves and hope you enjoy:

https://fatgoth.bandcamp.com/
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Re: Listen to each others bands...

Postby gnangle on Sun Jan 07, 2018 11:37 am

sounds like anthrax!
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Re: Listen to each others bands...

Postby evanrowe on Tue Jan 16, 2018 1:04 pm

This came out last October; I don't think I ever put it up here. I wasn't doing too great! But I really like it. Pop music for weird people; beautiful vocal harmonies and a Moog; very different from most of the stuff I've been a part of. Also features Andy from MPLSTV!

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Re: Listen to each others bands...

Postby legit_hamster on Tue Jan 16, 2018 1:54 pm

Swedish noisy-hardcore-rock-something:

http://legbiter-swe.bandcamp.com/track/totes-meer

You can find the rest of the EP on the usual streaming services.
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Re: Listen to each others bands...

Postby shiner555 on Tue Jan 16, 2018 3:45 pm

Hey All,

I think some people may know my band from PRFBBQ's from a few years ago (Goddard). We also did our last record with FM Steve.

We have been working on a new record for almost all of 2017. Things are slower in dadrock/momrock land, eh!? We recorded this one at Sonelab in Easthampton MA with the awesome Justin Pizzoferrato (Dino Jr., Pixies, Parquet Courts, Elder), and it was mastered by PRF'er Chris Goosman. While we wait to figure out pressing the record, we put up the opening track, Spool. Check it if you get the chance!!

Cheers!

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Re: Listen to each others bands...

Postby Bernardo on Fri Jan 19, 2018 5:00 pm

shiner555 wrote:Hey All,

I think some people may know my band from PRFBBQ's from a few years ago (Goddard).


I think we have friends in common: Sergio Ugeda, Diego Poloni, etc.
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Re: Listen to each others bands...

Postby shiner555 on Sat Jan 20, 2018 3:18 pm

Ha! Yes we do! Small world. Man I miss Brazil. The two tours I did down there were crazy. As Sergio says, "Brazil is not for beginners"
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Re: Listen to each others bands...

Postby Rustic Griswald on Sun Jan 21, 2018 9:10 pm

Shorn To Bop is a 6 song noise-punk EP from my band Corner Store. It is also available on Spotify, iTunes, Amazon etc.

FFO: REM covering Sepultura's Roots album



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Re: Listen to each others bands...

Postby Bernardo on Wed Jan 24, 2018 8:11 pm

Bernardo wrote:In the last few days I did something I've always thought of doing but never just went ahead with before, which is to come up with a short song (or something similar), record it, mix it and release it within a few hours. We enjoyed the results enough that we repeated the experience two days later.

This was our goodbye 2017 track, done december 30th, we came in the studio with a bare concept for the chorus and it was online less than two hours later:

http://fabricadesonhos.bandcamp.com/track/pomba-lixero

This is our welcome 2018 song, done january 1st, we didn't have anything going in for this one. The plan was to do something krautrock-y, but we were listening to Chrome right before we went in, so this is what came out:

http://fabricadesonhos.bandcamp.com/track/melissa


We just did a new one today four hours between entering the studio and the track being in bandcamp, the drummer came up with the chord sequence and melody yesterday and we learned it right before recording:

http://fabricadesonhos.bandcamp.com/track/skydivers
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Re: Listen to each others bands...

Postby beanmaestro on Sun Jan 28, 2018 11:54 pm

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https://therussells.bandcamp.com/album/escape-from-philadelphia

We're a silly band that dresses up like different Kurt Russell characters (not well) and play songs named after different Kurt Russell movies. I enjoy it a lot - the schtick of it all acts as a buffer and helps me feel way less anxious while performing. We just released our first album and are very excited about it. We're all over the place - from upbeat rock to sludgier, doomy stuff. I don't know - check it out!
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Re: Listen to each others bands...

Postby Bernardo on Thu Feb 01, 2018 10:30 pm

Bernardo wrote:
Bernardo wrote:In the last few days I did something I've always thought of doing but never just went ahead with before, which is to come up with a short song (or something similar), record it, mix it and release it within a few hours. We enjoyed the results enough that we repeated the experience two days later.

This was our goodbye 2017 track, done december 30th, we came in the studio with a bare concept for the chorus and it was online less than two hours later:

http://fabricadesonhos.bandcamp.com/track/pomba-lixero

This is our welcome 2018 song, done january 1st, we didn't have anything going in for this one. The plan was to do something krautrock-y, but we were listening to Chrome right before we went in, so this is what came out:

http://fabricadesonhos.bandcamp.com/track/melissa


We just did a new one today four hours between entering the studio and the track being in bandcamp, the drummer came up with the chord sequence and melody yesterday and we learned it right before recording:

http://fabricadesonhos.bandcamp.com/track/skydivers


And yet another one:

http://fabricadesonhos.bandcamp.com/tra ... -gema-mole
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Re: Listen to each others bands...

Postby Bernardo on Tue Feb 13, 2018 10:23 pm

This is something completely different, an improv three-piece (I'm on electric bass, there's also vibraphone and drums), we played together for the first time with the red light on and enjoyed the results enough to call it a record. It's not jazz, nor free improv, we thought it came out interesting. I was done mastering it like eight hours after we first got in the room to play, and we tried to edit it so it didn't get boring, half the pieces ended up under two minutes long:

https://fabricadesonhos.bandcamp.com/album/5218
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Re: Listen to each others bands...

Postby Major on Wed Feb 14, 2018 7:34 am

Bernardo wrote:This is something completely different, an improv three-piece (I'm on electric bass, there's also vibraphone and drums), we played together for the first time with the red light on and enjoyed the results enough to call it a record. It's not jazz, nor free improv, we thought it came out interesting. I was done mastering it like eight hours after we first got in the room to play, and we tried to edit it so it didn't get boring, half the pieces ended up under two minutes long:

https://fabricadesonhos.bandcamp.com/album/5218


This is great! I would absolutely buy this.
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Re: Listen to each others bands...

Postby PoP_Campaign on Wed Feb 14, 2018 8:16 am

My new project, The Lady Dies:

Cover of Rapeman's 'Trouser Minnow':

https://soundcloud.com/theladydies/trouser-minnow
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Re: Listen to each others bands...

Postby numberthirty on Wed Feb 14, 2018 8:12 pm

Major wrote:
Bernardo wrote:This is something completely different, an improv three-piece (I'm on electric bass, there's also vibraphone and drums), we played together for the first time with the red light on and enjoyed the results enough to call it a record. It's not jazz, nor free improv, we thought it came out interesting. I was done mastering it like eight hours after we first got in the room to play, and we tried to edit it so it didn't get boring, half the pieces ended up under two minutes long:

https://fabricadesonhos.bandcamp.com/album/5218


This is great! I would absolutely buy this.


Took the words right out of my mouth.

Great work, Bernardo.
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Re: Listen to each others bands...

Postby Bernardo on Wed Feb 14, 2018 9:03 pm

appreciated!
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Re: Listen to each others bands...

Postby yard barf on Wed Feb 14, 2018 9:43 pm

Bernardo wrote:This is something completely different, an improv three-piece (I'm on electric bass, there's also vibraphone and drums), we played together for the first time with the red light on and enjoyed the results enough to call it a record. It's not jazz, nor free improv, we thought it came out interesting. I was done mastering it like eight hours after we first got in the room to play, and we tried to edit it so it didn't get boring, half the pieces ended up under two minutes long:

https://fabricadesonhos.bandcamp.com/album/5218


Where the fuck did this come from?? This music kicks ass and it's really original. I love it!
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Re: Listen to each others bands...

Postby alexisocampo on Mon Feb 19, 2018 3:48 pm

David Barker from Glass Records (Spiritualized, Spacemen 3, etc.) wrote some nice things about our music and uploaded a compilation mini LP on his only digital label bandcamp, Glass Miniature.
We remastered the tracks. Some of them are nearly 10 years old.
Cheers.

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Re: Listen to each others bands...

Postby Bernardo on Mon Feb 19, 2018 8:28 pm

yard barf wrote:
Bernardo wrote:This is something completely different, an improv three-piece (I'm on electric bass, there's also vibraphone and drums), we played together for the first time with the red light on and enjoyed the results enough to call it a record. It's not jazz, nor free improv, we thought it came out interesting. I was done mastering it like eight hours after we first got in the room to play, and we tried to edit it so it didn't get boring, half the pieces ended up under two minutes long:

https://fabricadesonhos.bandcamp.com/album/5218


Where the fuck did this come from?? This music kicks ass and it's really original. I love it!


Missed this, thanks!
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Re: Listen to each others bands...

Postby Seby on Mon Feb 19, 2018 8:53 pm

yard barf wrote:
Bernardo wrote:This is something completely different, an improv three-piece (I'm on electric bass, there's also vibraphone and drums), we played together for the first time with the red light on and enjoyed the results enough to call it a record. It's not jazz, nor free improv, we thought it came out interesting. I was done mastering it like eight hours after we first got in the room to play, and we tried to edit it so it didn't get boring, half the pieces ended up under two minutes long:

https://fabricadesonhos.bandcamp.com/album/5218


Where the fuck did this come from?? This music kicks ass and it's really original. I love it!


Seconded! This is unreal, and solidly weird as shit : )
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