Cave Babies – Photo via Bandcamp

In Letters From Bandcamp, we round up five of our new favorite Bandcamp discoveries in the hope that your friend’s cousin’s sister can finally get some buzz.

This week’s issue of Letters From Bandcamp starts off like the first nail-digging drop of a rollercoaster and ends like the slow, relaxing rumble back to the line when the ride’s over. It starts like a cannonball into your cousin’s swimming pool and ends with you getting out of the pool, ’cause like, 10 minutes of socializing is enough. It starts like the beginning of a sandwich and ends like the end of a sandwich. And other metaphors.

White Woods

Bouncey New Wave underwater lonely party project of some dude from Richmond, VA. It’s like starring in a Human League video except you’re wearing a hot pink power suit.


Brazilian duo DJ Feijão and Di-Gestivo make funk-smeared Bubbalicious synth symphonies seemingly for the sole (soul) purpose of listening to while watching the “Rockafeller Skank” video on mute.


This New Paltz, NY threesome kind of hate the town where they live, but their malaise is probably responsible for their quick-tongued twee-shake that sounds like they recorded it standing on their tip-toes about to jump out of their pants.

WΔll Flowers

WΔll Flowers is Edmond, Oklahoma’s Anthony Tholen, who seems like a pretty cool guy.

Cave Babies

Josh Hoshwa Redman from Santa Barbara, CA, would probably like it if you wrote him a long, handwritten letter about your day. Maybe he’ll send you one of his stomach-dropping, anti-folk, existential laments in return.