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Infinite Hive Social:

Bandcamp Friday! 2021 edition!

Happy New Year music fans!

 

Thank you for your support in the hell of 2020, looks like we’re picking up where we left off in terms of how we get music out there in 2021, with Bandcamp continuing there “no fee Fridays” every month, allowing for you to pay artists more royalties for their music and merch.

 

Bandcamp Fridays in 2021 are February 5thMarch 5thApril 2nd, and May 7th. As always, isitbandcampfriday.com has the details.

 

Here’s a list of Bandcamp sites for artists we’ve worked with, that would be more than grateful for your support:

 

 

Anomos (melodic death metal, super heavy and fast)

 

 

Bryan Donoghue (acoustic indie pop, country tinge)

 

 

Dangermule (ska, punk, gypsy circus rock)

 

 

Devil’s Beeftub (blues metal, buckfast infused swamp rock)

 

 

DUNT (skate punk rock, fast angry nihilism)

 

 

Indoria (folk rock, trippy alt pop)

 

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Chuck Mosley (solo, acoustic, punk, rock stuff from ex Faith No More singer)

 

 

Katherine Aly (solo, experimental pop, classical leanings)

 

 

Lilac Melt (ethereal indie dreampop, featuring Katherine Aly and loads of reverb)

 

 

Matthew Mcghie (singer songwriter, folk, pop, and a total gentleman)

 

 

Pat Dennis (country, Americana, singer songwriter, rogueish beer infused tunes)

 

 

Phil Cooper NEW ALBUM OUT NOW (folk/indie singer songwriter, new record goes into prog territory)

 

 

RumRunners (proper rock ‘n roll, blues rawk to drive home to)

 

 

Shadrak  (gnarly, home made, industrial techno metal from your nightmares)

 

 

Somaesthesia (heavy doom metal, sludge. Did we mention heavy?)

 

 

The Super Moons (northern soul, indie, blues, pop. Like the last fifty years of popular music mashed up into one totally committed songwriting band tour de force)

 

 

The Tracks (indie pop, rock ‘n roll, leather jackets, broken guitars, blue jeans and sneers.)

 

 

Three Days From Retirement (post rock, ethereal, cinematic instrumental dreamy rock, a religious experience)

 

 

Trampled Daisy (agit-pop, grungey student rock with lots to say)

 

 

Help us help them out! And we’ll see you all back in the real world sometime soon.

 

 

Love and safe wishes,

 

 

Mr John

Infinite Hive Music