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It Came from Bandcamp: September 2015 [NSFW/L]

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Welcome to the first installment of "It Came from Bandcamp," the monthly horror show that finds us plumbing the depths of the Bandcamp platform. Full disclosure: Most of the works contained in this article are made in bad taste, often exhibiting offensive senses of humor and flying in the face of artistic standards. They aren't representative of Bandcamp, a site we value as a great place to exchange musical ideas, but are essentially flotsam in a cesspool that has formed there. Not all will get amusement from this; proceed at your own discretion:


Can't think of a more fitting way to kick things off than with a Goofy-inspired nod to Blank Banshee. What else to say but "garsh..."


"Luigi was a mistake." - Shigeru Miyamoto upon hearing this


Who would have thought that both Jeff Magnum [sic] and Death Grips would go the ethnographic music route and land on the same Peruvian steel drum EP? These guys are just full of surprises!


David Wetty lures us into an interesting quandary: exactly how mad should we be at him and ourselves for wasting just under a minute of our lives?


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In all honesty, this album probably deserves better than to sit alongside these other releases. Holte's inventive and unapologetic songwriting lends The History of Flesh all the makings to be one of the year's boldest musical statements. We can't help but feel it's too freakish for its own good, but if you're in the mood for a neofolk project that's WAY far out there, give it a shot. With that being said,

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