Musical Download Catchup

I am behind in my music blog posts, so here are my latest Bandcamp purchases. Click on the covers to go to the Bandcamp pages.

Edamame – Nightlights EP

This is a cruisy release by a chap from Denver, Colorado who makes electronic music, this being his latest release.

The music is relaxing, and reminds of the music that you hear in the background of many of the well-produced YouTube videos I listen to. No vocals as such.

The name Edamame is Japanese, and is soybeans eaten directly from the pod, yummy too.

Pulp Fusion – Mixes, Mashes & Freebies

This, as the title says, is a mashup album with mashups of songs by The Beatles, Michael Jackson, The Prodigy, Queen, and many more, as well as some original material. I have not listened to all 70 tracks yet, but most of what I have listened to so far is pretty decent. I do like a good mashup every now and then, although only in moderation.

Emapea – Random Beats

Emapea is an experimental hip-hop guy from Poland, and this is my second Bandcamp purchase of his stuff. It is pretty good too, 19 relaxing instrumental-only hip-hop tracks.

I Hate Models – Spreading Plague

I Hate Models is a French dude who makes hardcore acid beats, real nasty beats. There are only three tracks, but the whole release is over 23 minutes long…plenty of doof doof. I will have to play this in my car some day, loud, and with the windows down. Will need a large woofer in the back seat.

Music count 2018: 111

Punky dub techno mashup vibes


After buying that Green Day singles box a few weeks back I came across the “Minority” single at Book Off, so thought I may as well add it to the Green Day collection. My Green Day discography now equals my Manic Street Preachers collection at twenty CDs in all.


Poking around Bandcamp today I came across a compilation called “In Dub We Trust” for only 82 yen. With 30 songs I couldn’t resist buying it. I would describe it as dub techno, and what I have heard is pretty good.


I have decided to add free downloads to my posts (previously I only wrote about music that I have bought), starting with a compilation of punk bands released this year by a label called Rockstar Records. Again, I have not had a good listen, but the quick browse through the songs shows that it is a decent download.


These are a couple of mashup releases, both free on Bandcamp. I like a good mashup, so I couldn’t pass them up. The second one contains 61 tracks. Click on the cover images to go to the Bandcamp page, and treat yourself to fine mashup sounds.

Music count 2018: 29