Sub-underground and below since 2008
Static Fanatic @ Bandcamp

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Rob Michalchuk ‎

3.5 Floppy Diskette, Poor Little Music, 2015

A 16 minute file of saxophone jamming
on a floppy disk means insane compression.

Download 19MB


Sunday, October 22, 2017

Saturday, October 21, 2017

Amazing sub-underground resource


"The purpose of this blog is to collect, all in one place, a listing of Bandcamp pages run by (in my opinion) the most interesting independent producers of “experimental” music around the world… that includes ambient music, drones, harsh noise, industrial, free improvisation, synth/punk, sound art, vaporwave, and anything else that I like and want to remember. I started Noisy Bandcamp simply as a resource for my own use, and also to indulge my compulsion to catalog and organize information. Hopefully, someone out there in internetland finds it useful also.

If you enjoy using Noisy Bandcamp, that means you like to support artists by buying music directly (well, nearly so…. directly as mediated by Bandcamp) from them. Reach out to the people whose work you enjoy and tell them what you think. 

Artists and independent labels like to know that people are listening.
Use the Contact page to submit pages for consideration to be included here. Links are updated and added irregularly."

"Gravel Bath"

CS, Turgid Animal, 2008

Luke Tandy & Being. Crumble/rumble. Check.

Download 35MB


Monday, October 16, 2017

Saturday, October 7, 2017

Friday, October 6, 2017

Thursday, October 5, 2017

"CDCM Computer Music Series Vol. 1"

CD, Centaur, 1988

Consortium to Distribute Computer Music (CDCM) came into being in 1986 as an expansion and continuation of a consortium of computer music studios at Dartmouth College, University of North Texas, and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, organized in 1984 as recipients of a grant from the Consortium Commissioning program of the National Endowment for the Arts to administer three computer music commissions and to present them in significant public performances.

Download 81MB


Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Michel Deneuve
"Seize Nouvelles D'Ailleurs"

LP, Sysmo, 1983

Deneuve composed music for the Baschet sound sculptures.
Here he performs those compositions himself, resulting in a
sort of organic ethereal microtonalism, similar to the self 
made instrument works of Harry Partch. This is a record 
you can judge by its cover...

Download 99MB

web Michel Deneuve