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October 2020 No Pants Record Store Shopping

I am a firm believer that good music doesn’t have a shelf life, that your favourite tracks should be put on repeat, regularly and you should tell your friends, your neighbours and strangers about the music you’ve discovered and loving.

If you say that the best music was made in your high school years, then you just aren’t looking hard enough.


We live in a world where we have an easier time discovering music from around the world. We should step out of our comfort zones and find new music.


Here are this months No Pants Record Store Shopping Picks


Russian Tim and Pavel Bures

Canadian/Russian Punk at it’s best!

https://rocketfromrussia.bandcamp.com/album/greatest-superhits


Bat Fangs from North Carolina

Fantastic psych fuzz rock

https://batfangs.bandcamp.com/album/bat-fangs


Pit Pony from the UK

Gritty Guitars and Heavy Bass

https://pitponyband.bandcamp.com/track/osaka-2


Everyone should buy this black/death metal hardcore punk compilation

All procceeds go to National Network of Abortion Funds NNAH and the Yellowhammer Fund

https://blackflagsoverbrooklyn.bandcamp.com/album/riffs-for-reproductive-justice


The Mystery Lights from Brooklyn New York

Psychedelic Garage Rock with some serious badass soul

https://themysterylights.bandcamp.com/album/too-much-tension


Reminiscent of epic 70’s punk band CRASS (not as in your face, but still very awesome imo)

BB AND THE BLIPS from Australia

https://thrillingliving.bandcamp.com/album/shame-job-lp


Altin Gun from Amsterdam

World beat with a funk/garage psych fusion

https://altingun.bandcamp.com/album/gece


DefCon Sound System from Toronto, Canada

A fantastic fusion of rock, dub, soul, with serious brass sounds woven into a soundtrack vibe

https://defconsoundsystem.bandcamp.com/album/silver-bullets


Garage punk band Shaking Heads from Sweden

https://shakingheads.bandcamp.com/album/split-w-ein-zwei-die-2019


If you like Sleater Kinney then you might like this collection of impressive guitar riffing tracks

The Beths from New Zealand

https://thebethsnz.bandcamp.com/album/future-me-hates-me


Change how your ears hear rock music with this album from Kel Assouf from Niger

“Tenere” is a very impressive track

Wordbeat/Rock

https://kel-assouf.bandcamp.com/album/black-tenere


Brutal Resonance from Sweden

Industrial/Darkwave/Electronic

https://brutalresonance.bandcamp.com/album/the-sound-of-industrial-music


Yes I’m Leaving band from Australia

Some of their albums sound like a less angry Jesus Lizard. This one has a very different vibe but equally as good

https://yesimleaving.com/album/pure-joy


OHMelectronic from Vancouver

Seriously great industrial/goth from long time musicians in the scene.

https://ohmelectronic.bandcamp.com/album/ohmelectronic

Weyes Blood from New York

Haunting experimental electronic folk celtic fusion

https://weyesblood.bandcamp.com/album/titanic-rising

Eli Paperboy Reed from New York

Underrated seriously soul music

https://elipaperboyreed.bandcamp.com/album/99-cent-dreams

Sólveig Matthildur from Iceland

Dreaming Electro/Gothy/Darkwave

https://solveigmatthildur.bandcamp.com/


Remember to follow the hashtag #NoPantsRecordStoreShopping the first Friday of the month to help support bands on Bandcamp Friday.



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