Best Of – One Man Bands

Going over the twelve entries we’ve selected as the cream of the musical loner crop, it’s amazing to see not only the variety of genres present, but the fact that such enormous, impactful music can come from a single individual. From guitar porn to one man black metal to a whole slew of electronic subgenres, these artists prove that “strength in numbers” may not apply to everyone. Because while this crew may not have been the most social group on the playground, they spent their alone time producing some of our favorite music and proving that collaboration isn’t a necessity for quality tunes. So without further ado, sit back and reminisce with us over our favorite one person projects, or enjoy discovering what any one of these twelve musicians has to offer. And of course, feel free to comment with further suggestions of exceptional musicians who handily do it all.

Destiny Potato Now Streaming Lun In Full

Last week, we heard a track from David Maxim Micic’s next venture; the long expected Destiny Potato album, Lun (which was supposed to be released by Century Media — wonder what happened there?). The track featured many of the staple Micic sound, including catchy breakdowns, djenty riffs and superb vocal support from  Aleksandra Djelmas. Taking all…