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Bandcamp Adventures 10: #IndieRock

After a long break (again) Bandcamp Adventures are back! This week, we’ll be looking a the Indie Rock tag. Something that I’m recently getting into after finally listening to bands like From Indian Lakes and Lydia. Expect a lot of music in this list resembling

Shadowplay – Almost Lifelike [Review]

 Featured image by Reji B. Photography This review has been a long time coming. Ever since I featured this release on my Post Hardcore Bandcamp Adventures this has been in the works. Life has happened and pushed it back quite a few times, but here it

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Josh Elton (Nowhere Is Home)

This is a band from Houston who I’ve been paying attention to for a while now. The Texas music scene is so massive but they are managing to stand out and grow quickly in the post hardcore/alternative area of music. But their sound has so

Bandcamp Adventures 9: #MathPop

This week’s Bandcamp Adventures will be looking at music tagged with the Math Pop tag! Enjoy! – 1 – Alban B. Clay (2014) – The Slaughterhouse 5 Denmark tags: alternative, rock, art rock, alternative pop, alternative rock, death pop, math pop, math rock Tim Brown (Icarus

Bandcamp Adventures 8: #PostHardcore

In this week’s bandcamp adventures, we’ll be looking at music with the “Post Hardcore” tag! Enjoy! – 1 – LIGHTSOUT – Fighting Chance Dortmund, Germany tags: metalcore, metal, hardcore, punk, melodic hardcore, metallic hardcore, post hardcore Metalcore / Post Hardcore / Melodic hardcore more on the

Bandcamp Adventures 6 – #FlashbackFriday

This post will be a little different. Instead of just looking at a specific tag/genre, I’ll be looking at all the music that I’ve found through my time using bandcamp. My personal favorites, albums and eps that I still listen to to this day. –

Bandcamp Adventures 5 – #PopPunk

With new Blink-182 as well as a slew of pop punk bands cropping up everywhere, Pop Punk is most definitely dead. Not really, it’s the opposite. While I’m by no means a pop punk expert, I’ve been known to posi jump and write songs about

Amarionette- “Repeating History” Album Premiere (Teal Cheese Exclusive)

I had heard the name Amarionette quite a few times before ever hearing their music. Once I did I wondered what had taken me so long. Quin’s vocals alone are a subject I could write a full post on. They’re passion fueled and versatile (from