What I Did At Bandcamp: A trip down indie lane…

Not too long ago, we wrote an open letter to independent artists to delete their myspace pages. Now, every other week, we are going to wander along the best alternative out there, Bandcamp, and see what kind of adventures we can have at What I did at Bandcamp …

Hello hello again, my friends! How ya’ll doing? Me? Oh… well, I’d be lying if I said all is well and dandy. I’m actually a bit on the burnt out side of things. Ah, but don’t fear and never worry, I got myself a couple excursions to help soothe the soul and recharge ye ol’ brain. One of which involves a flight in about 2 hours, so we’ll have to keep this one short, tight, and to the right. This time around, we took a trip down indie lane in the wide world of Bandcamp and found a plethora of indie-tastic-good-times-awesomeness!

Please forgive the lack of commentary, I’ve got a bit o’ packing to wrap up…. So, here’s what you do. Click, listen, love, & buy. You down with that? It’s good for your heart, it’s good for your soul, and it’s good for your karma. And as everybody knows, good kharma, not only will get you laid, but will also make your penis bigger!

Oh, NOW you wanna buy some Bandcamp awesomeness don’t you? Good man…… Here we go!

Don’t Rock The Boat, Sink The Fucker by Des Ark

Elevator Music by Lullatone

October’s Road by Balto

Linden Place EP by Mars Argo

Crescent Intake Session by Zula

Kithkin by Kithkin

High School by We Are The City


And their album art looks kinda familiar, eh?


Let It Begin by Heather Hammers

Have a great weekend everyone!  Go ride your bikes, go take lots of pictures (you know I will), send me some titty text messages (please), and, if the good lard’s a-willin’ and the creeks don’t rise, we’ll see you before long……..

Aaron aka Tsuru

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