I have two phenomenal Bandcamp discoveries to share.
I have Cosmic Surgery on vinyl. Currently I still lack a turntable, but it has been ordered and I can hardly wait for it to finally arrive. The album is similar in style to DJ Shadow and other artists like him, but I at least personally find myself enjoying it a lot more than DJ Shadow's debut album (I haven't heard anything else by him), which I enjoyed initially but have slowly grown tired of and find a bit too "gimmicky" to enjoy purely as a piece of music. I appreciate how it was created, but that alone should mean nothing when one listens to music. Cosmic Surgery on the other hand does not suffer in my eyes from the same shortcoming and is a much more intimate listening experience for me, sounding like genuine emotions were woven into it and I find it incredibly easy to enjoy.
Under Waveform is a slightly more obscure release from the depths of the wonderful site known as Bandcamp. Sadly no physical release exists to my knowledge, but the music is once again simply stunning. I'm not quite sure what to call this but perhaps the term electronica might be applicable here. You should know from listening to the first track alone if this is for you. The albums is incredibly consistent in quality throughout and takes you on a deep melodic journey somewhere beyond the stars. Unlike the cold vacuum of space however, the album is a very warm and pleasant experience. I feel that it sounds neither modern or dated, it simply is. I am slightly reminded of The Orb's Adventures Beyond the Ultraworld which I haven't heard in years when I listen to this music, so this might be something that appeals to fans of that group. Just like with DJ Shadow though, I again find myself enjoying this music a lot more than I've ever enjoyed The Orb. Then again, as with DJ Shadow, I've only heard a fraction of their discography.