If you're thinking about distributing your music, I wrote up a review of the service I use (DistroKid).
Anti Cimex - Lost Mixes 7" / Box
Brazilian label Nada Nada Discos has a hoarde of stuff by Swedish #dbeat innovators Anti-Cimex on their Bandcamp. It's all $1000 to buy and they don't show them on their official store, so it must be just for listening, but hey, enjoy it. It's hard and fast and angry and that's what matters. Includes the so-called first dbeat song "Raped Ass" which is an analogy to the system, not a call to arms. I avoided them for a long time without knowing this and I wish I hadn't.
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I was feeling Christina Courtin's tune Last Us (for no reason I can imagine) which flirts between i and V in the verse. Then the chorus is
i i | III III | iv V/V | V V
The next thing I wanted to hear was the 2nd movement of Beethoven's 7th Symphony, which also flirts between i and V. It goes
i V | V i | i III | V/III III | III II | ii i | i V | V i
my point is that there's a shared harmonic vocabulary
Listening back to As Heard On Radio Soulwax episodes and it's a good time! I recommend you consider it yourself. Best part is most of them are radio rips so less copyright enforcement = they're on SoundCloud in their entirety!
Just discovered an incredibly beautiful band:
Just listen to the first couple of tracks. Pure joy. Something about their music feels just so right to me.