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Spend money on Bandcamp today

John

(he/him)
For you vinyl people, The Protomen are doing a new small printing of their Act III 10" single. Limited to 500 copies, but it is only two songs. Or just get the two songs for $2.
 

conchobhar

What's Shenmue?
(he/him/his)
One of the reasons I always look forward to Bandcamp Friday is that Boris, a Japanese experimental rock/metal band and one of my favourites, has taken the opportunity to do digital re-issues of rarities from their back catalogue— a huge boon when a lot of them were vinyl-only and had rips to match. This month really takes the cake though, with New Album 2009, a never-before-released early and alternate version of one of their previous albums. Exciting stuff for a diehard fan like me!

Not only is it Bandcamp Friday again, but there's a new Godspeed You! Black Emperor album. Today is a good day.
Best music they've made since the reunion.
 
I came across this banger earlier this week:


and fortuitously, all of The 8-Bit Big Band's albums (including the latest one with Snake Eater) are on Bandcamp, so that's where my money's going this time around.

(Dives into their youtube channel)

Yes. This is good. Thank you.
 

Vaeran

perfect world
(he/him)
Unless I missed something, today is the last announced Bandcamp Friday, so dig into your wishlist and find yourself something nice! I enjoy listening to jazz at work so I'll be picking up insaneintherainmusic's two Pokemon jazz albums, Sinnohvation and Alola That Jazz. What are you getting?
 
My friend who I posted about earlier in this thread (the album she was on didn't win the Grammy sadly) is matching purchases of this track with donations to India so seems like a good time to plug that:

SUPPORTING COVID-19 RELIEF IN INDIA: for the first month of this release (April 30-May 31), 100 percent of proceeds of this release will benefit BREATHE INDIA, which works to deliver oxygen concentrators for New Delhi. Learn more and donate directly here: https://milaap.org/fundraisers/support-arrange-oxygen-concentrators-in-delhi

Edit: Oh wait, maybe the matching was only last week? Still, the proceeds are going to the charity.
 

lincolnic

can stop, will stop
(he/him)
My friend who I posted about earlier in this thread (the album she was on didn't win the Grammy sadly) is matching purchases of this track with donations to India so seems like a good time to plug that:



Edit: Oh wait, maybe the matching was only last week? Still, the proceeds are going to the charity.
Picked that up, thank you for sharing!

Since this is the last Bandcamp Friday we know of, I'm gonna plug a new EP from a good friend of mine who's been mostly out of work since the pandemic hit (he's a touring musician). He's in a band with Disparition (who some of you may know as the guy who scores Welcome to Night Vale), and they made a collaborative EP for a game jam based on the tabletop RPG Troika. If you like music that sounds like it could be the soundtrack to a 16-bit JRPG with a bit of a sci-fi bent, please check it out!
 
Since this is the last Bandcamp Friday we know of, I'm gonna plug a new EP from a good friend of mine who's been mostly out of work since the pandemic hit (he's a touring musician). He's in a band with Disparition (who some of you may know as the guy who scores Welcome to Night Vale), and they made a collaborative EP for a game jam based on the tabletop RPG Troika. If you like music that sounds like it could be the soundtrack to a 16-bit JRPG with a bit of a sci-fi bent, please check it out!
This is really pleasant to listen to, thanks!
 
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