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bandcamp 9h
Chinese-Jamaicans have been pioneers in every genre in Jamaican music from the ‘50s through the ‘70s.
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bandcamp 10h
New & Notable: An impassioned document of Damani Rhodes' 2020 Kennedy Center residency showcases the pianist and composer's ingenious, improvised jazz.
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bandcamp 11h
"Street soul is a message of love from the often forgotten inner cities of Britain."
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bandcamp 12h
New & Notable: 's long-awaited debut for blends classic reggae with modern R&B and electronic, grounded in fantastic songwriting.
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bandcamp 13h
These are the best 12” dance singles on Bandcamp from October and November.
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bandcamp 14h
New & Notable: A collection of tracks by Aussie electronic producers of all stripes; 100% of proceeds will be donated to Aboriginal Legal Services.
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bandcamp 15h
"Bass + Funk & Soul" from shines with chopped-up melodies and poignant vocals.
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bandcamp 16h
New & Notable: Minneapolis punks Chronophage bounce rock n' roll tropes off the walls on their latest delightfully weird LP.
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bandcamp 17h
"Red Weather" is punk-gone-country group Chamberlain's first LP in 20 years.
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bandcamp 19h
New & Notable: Ian Russell took isolation as a chance to get closer with his guitar, resulting in this lovely set of meditative acoustic instrumentals.
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bandcamp 19h
Six hip-hop artists fusing the unique sounds of the Pacific with American rap music.
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bandcamp 20h
New & Notable: St. Petersburg, Russia's collaborates with Jimi Tenor, Red Snapper, and more across this eclectic collection of club cuts.
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bandcamp 20h
Our guide to November's best electronic releases.
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bandcamp 21h
A mutual exercise in obliterative indulgence from and .
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bandcamp Dec 1
Mango Hill has built a catalog defined by a blend of old school soul, funk, and salsa, drawing inspiration from Latino artists’ often-overlooked legacy in soul music.
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bandcamp Dec 1
New & Notable: The latest 45 from Moon Rituals offers two slices of tranquil synthpop, with gauzy vocals, bright keys, and warm hooks.
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bandcamp Dec 1
These artists often incorporate components of Asian folklore into their work, which are as likely to feature guzheng or suona samples as they are drum machines and synthesizers.
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bandcamp Dec 1
New & Notable: A nasty batch of psych-punk from Oslo’s Purple-X, instilled with deep grooves and righteous fury.
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bandcamp Dec 1
Stasinopoulos’ voice is hearty and rich, delivering songs full of tangible emotion.
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bandcamp Dec 1
New & Notable: This reissue of a 1987 cult classic by Venezuelan synth pioneer Angel Rada is still fresh and vibrant, analog tones curling like vines.
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