Feeling rusty After discovering SoundCloud, I next found my way to BandCamp. It is a place where artists share their music to buy and download, sometimes also free under Creative Commons license. In practice it does not much differ from other similar services, but once again, one can find there something different than from elsewhere. In this case, and for me, Spunkshine seems to offer a lot at BandCamp.


Spunkshine - debris album available for free download at Bandcamp under Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0)

Spunkshine has somewhat unique style and music, which again goes either under ambient genre or electronic, or "ambient electronic". Anyway, it is also nicely "dark" and even ominous.

And because I could, I also shared the music sample this time via ipernity. It means I downloaded the mp3 file, and then uploaded it to ipernity, and shared it as artist required: attribution, non commercial and share alike. It means that author has to be credited (mentioned), and the work can not be used commercially, and it has to be shared without changes (no derivatives).