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That one time at…Brewdle’s Bandcamp Besties!

We continue our kick around Bandcamp by highlighting five releases that have grabbed my attention since the last of these dribbles of mine. I’ve tried to cover a variety of styles so there’s something for everyone. Remember, all of these are available free for streaming, or you can download the albums for a modest fee. Get on board and support the bands and labels that are supporting you by providing their music on the Bandcamp platform.

Doomed & StonedThe Enchanter’s Ball (Second Anniversary Compilation) – sampler (released 14 July 2015 through Doomed & Stoned)

That one time at…Brewdle’s Bandcamp Besties!

The internet can be a wonderful thing, and Bandcamp.com is one of the greatest little corners of it. If you’re not aware of what Bandcamp is, then let me give you a very brief run down. It’s a platform for musos to sell and promote themselves directly to their adoring public, and it’s a place I spend a lot of time at, digging around for my next favourite band. So below are my spotlight artists for the month, get on and check em out.

For around $30 you can support the following five releases.

Listenable Records - sampler (released 8 July 2015 through Listenable Records)

Buried In Verona are back.

The first single from the forthcoming album was premiered last week on triple j's 4. Can't Be Unsaid is a powerful ode to moving on despite a brutal past which is a fitting first offering from Buried In Verona.

Despite a successful 2014 album and top 20 chart debut, last year Buried In Verona found themselves staring oblivion in the face.

Caulfield announce new album for release 7 August

February and March 2015 saw Caulfield taking time away from the live circuit, allowing them to return to the studio to write and record their sophomore album Outcast, which they felt really captured their aggressive and melodic musical approach.

Since Caulfield’s inception in 2010, the Sydney-based five-piece band refused to hesitate hitting the road.

Continents, When We Were Wolves, The Barfly, London 13/04/13

On the penultimate night of their UK tour, Continents rock The Barfly, Camden with support from When We Were Wolves.

On yet another miserable day in London's  'Springtime', Welsh metalcore outfit Continents played The Barfly in Camden, a growing safe haven for all metal outfits to