Love music (metal,rock,electronic,noise, etc etc ) in general and spend most freetime at the weekends listening. Mostly on bandcamp where I can usually hear the whole thing.
Decided to make this portal/blog to take me away from bandcamp now and again, its addictive,and I always spend more than I can really afford to.
Of the 2 tracks, real talk has a nicer flow for me. Anything by these guys usually jumps the listening queue. A lot of good dnb tracks/releases over the past few weeks too. For the moment, might aswell concentrate on the ones that match my wallet size lol Lots of good dj mixes and sets that’ll keep my ears busy too.
Might treat myself to 1 or 2 eps this wkend, but next week I need to knuckle down n get busy with more urgent needs.
A slight addiction you might say. But I have never enjoyed listening to music as much as I do now. I do buy a lot but at a guess it’s probably about 20% or so of the stuff I actually like. I’ll usually buy the cheapest things first, that way I can buy more. Stuff I’m not sure about (maybe another listen) go into the wishlist.
For the past few years I’ve been on bandcamp it hasn’t changed much. The core features are very good but so much scope for improvement. Playlists? User defined sections, maybe simple tabs? Had to create a second account to try and keep the dnb stuff seperate.
Haven’t spent a lot of time on this site so far but thinking about what I can do to improve it.
I’m not a huge fan of liquid dnb or female vocals with dnb in general but that’s probably because a lot of generic sounding tracks fall into those groups.
Not the case here. Pleasantly surprised by this album, the songs have all been well written and crafted. I didn’t dislike a single one, quite liked the vocals too, which is rare. I’ll definately give this another listen sooner rather than later.