Booyakasha! Report | Oct + Nov 2014

As I mentioned yesterday, it's been awhile since I posted a 'Booyakasha! Report' (although, if you count yesterday, than it actually has only been a day since the last one). Today I finish up with the task of clearing up the backlog of booyakashas, and then I hopefully won't let things get so built up in the future. But no promises.

For those of you wondering “what the hell is a booyakasha!?”, well it's quite simple. When somebody buys something on Bandcamp that they've directly come to because they've been either poking around your collection (here's mine, if you want to poke), or maybe something you've bought caught their ear in their music feed, or maybe in an email of ‘here's what people you follow have bought lately”, you get a 'Booyakasha! Email'. It would even appear that sometimes you can get a ‘booyakasha!’ for helping someone discover something that you haven't bought. I'm not entirely sure how that bit works, but hey, you should never look a Booyakasha Horse in the mouth.

So, now that all of that is all cleared up, get your headphones ready, scroll down and start clicking on some play buttons to hear all the music that had the 'booyakashas!' hitting my inbox in October and November.

Three Booyakashas! From…

Two Booyakashas! Each From…

One Booyakasha! Each From…

If you'd like to help keep the Booyakasha's coming, you can peruse my Bandcamp collection and find something to add to your own. If for some reason you don't already, now'd be a good time to get your own Bandcamp fan account (which is as simple as just buying some music… and then you can feel the joy of receiving your own Booyakashas!) and then make sure to follow HI54LOFI's fan account, as that way you'll get notified of my new purchases via email and in your Music Feed.

Of course, if you don't like the music I like, then don't follow me… but do still get a Bandcamp Fan account going and then just find people with ear drums that beat closer to your own and follow them.

And remember: every time a Booyakasha rings, an artist gets some bling. Win win win.