Bandcamping :: Quarantine Edition

We’ve been espousing Bandcamp as one of the most artist friendly online music services since launching Tyler Wilcox’s Bandcamping series. Today, Friday, March 20th, in support of artists impacted by the mass tour cancelations required by the COVID-19 outbreak, Bandcamp is waiving its revenue share, putting more money directly into the pockets of artists hit hard by this unprecedented loss of income.

Bandcamping :: Winter 2020

Fight off the winter blues with a dive into the deep end of the Bandcamp pool, featuring acoustic jazz, hymnambient soundscapes, minimalist pop, and moody Frippertronics. Sample some recent/random/recommended offerings and put a little cash into artists’ and labels’ pockets.

Bandcamping :: Autumn 2019

Despite what the thermostat may read, autumn officially begins in 10 days. As we collectively ponder the year 2020, dig into this latest installment of Bandcamping, our regular cruise through the service’s ever-expanding offerings. Press play, skip the middleman and put some cash directly into artists’ and labels’ pockets. Hear a new world!

Bandcamping :: Summer 2019 Edition

Alright, as we settle in for what looks to be a long, hot summer, dig into this latest installment of Bandcamping, our regular cruise through Bandcamp’s ever-expanding offerings. Skip the middleman and put some cash directly into artists’ and labels’ pockets. Hear a new world!

Bandcamping :: Spring 2019

Forget the pollen count, our quarterly Bandcamping roundup is back for Spring 2019. As a digital institution it’s hard to beat Bandcamp. It’s ridiculously easy to use, it puts money directly into artists’ (and labels’) pockets and there’s a seemingly endless amount of music to discover there — new, old and in-between. Of course, that endlessness can be a little overwhelming, so here are 10 recommended releases to dig into.

Bandcamping :: Winter 2018

Welcome to the fourth installment of our quarterly Bandcamping roundup. As a digital institution it’s hard to beat Bandcamp. It’s ridiculously easy to use, it puts money directly into artists’ (and labels’) pockets and there’s a seemingly endless amount of music to discover there — new, old and in-between. Of course, that endlessness can be a little overwhelming. Here are 10 more recommended releases – old, new and in-between.

Bandcamping :: Fall 2018

Welcome to the third installment of our quarterly Bandcamping roundup. As a digital institution it’s hard to beat Bandcamp. It’s ridiculously easy to use, it puts money directly into artists’ (and labels’) pockets and there’s […]

Bandcamping :: Summer 2018

More buried treasure to check out. As a digital institution it’s hard to beat Bandcamp. It’s ridiculously easy to use, it puts money directly into artists’ (and labels’) pockets and there’s a seemingly endless amount […]

Bandcamping :: Spring 2018

As a digital institution it’s hard to beat Bandcamp. It’s ridiculously easy to use, it puts money directly into artists’ (and labels’) pockets and there’s a seemingly endless amount of music to discover there – […]