Bondage Fruit S/t
Nachtvorst - Silence
>Heavy Blackened Doom metal
Major Organ And The Adding Machine
>sound collage/psych pop/olivia tremor control-core
>elephant 6 guys
A Great Big Pile Of Leaves- Live From the Living Room
>acoustic indie stuff? nice poppy things for your soul
>contemporary surf pop
>literally a soundtrack, lots of ambient noise and machine sounds
>pretty neat if you've seen the movie
Man Bites Dog - Noir
>Dark-ish noise/no wave hip hop
>Found it in a blog and thought it was pretty neat
Tijuana Panthers- Max Baker
>surf punk pop summer vibe
I know this is probably frowned upon but does anyone have the album What a Pleasure by Beach Fossils? I can't find it anywhere..
A friend of mine really likes this band and gave me a couple of their albums to borrow. They're touring with Fucked Up, so he wants me to listen to them before we see them. So far, I like what I'm hearing on Semi Sweet. The sog Wall Walker is soooooo good.
Beach Fossils - What a Pleasure EP
>lo-fi, Indie, surf pop, dream pop, Indieindieindieindie
Beach Fossils sound exactly how you would expect a Brooklyn band from the past couple of years to sound: lo-fi, dreamy, surfy. Despite this, they do have some 80s influences in there that make it unique (think R.E.M. and the Cure).
are you doing requests?
Mind looking for
>Sol Pereyra - Comunmixta
>Trampled by Turtles - Wild Animals
I'm not, but I'll look for those anyway. Life's been busy lately. I'll try to do a thread tomorrow, maybe.
I posted one myself and it's been photoshopped once and said I look like I have downs multiple times. Probably the same guy, though.
tfw no sky thread
tfw ti4 is awful
going to hang myself after monday i think
Eddie Jefferson - Body and Soul (1968)
>Vocal Jazz, Bebop
A great collection of vocalease/bebop singing in the tradition of Lambert Hendricks and Ross and King Pleasure. Body and soul is one of Jefferson's later albums but he comes up trumps with an excellent choice of material and a hot backing band including James Moody on Tenor sax.
Couldn't find the first one.
Trampled by Turtles - Wild Animals  @ V0
Honestly have not browsed sharethreads lately. I've been listening to a lot of my backlog at work. I'll usually just do that or listen to recommendations others give me.
here's something you might like
Getatchew Mekuria, The Ex & Guests - Moa Anbessa (2006)
>Ethio-Jazz, Art Punk
Ethiopian ethno-jazz stalwart meets up with some punks and they put it all together. The melodies are at once stomping, blustery, joyous, wistful, searching, and triumphant.
Phyllis Hyman - You Know How to Love Me (1979)
No one comes close to the level of Phyllis voice's emotional intensity. "You Know How To Love Me" was an instant smash on Dance charts and has proved to be an unforgettable classic.
MIRROR - on, then, in 
>Japanese math rock
Daycare Riot - Noise
>IDM, Industrial, Glitch, Dark and gritty electronic
Casting - Late To Be Real (2014)
>Vaporwave, R&B, experimental
listen & download:
John Coltrane - Kulu sé Mama
free jazz, the last album released in Coltrane's living time. the first track is an extended one with a lot of people (Pharoah Sanders on sax and others), the two others are more classic with the Coltrane / Garrison / Tyner / Jones quartet
White Suns- Totem
>Noise rock, ambient, potential AOTY, 2014, Sinews is pretty great too
The Holy Ghost Electric Show - The Great American Holy Ghost Electric Show
Machine Girl - WLFGRL
>IDM, juke, people-argue-over-the-genre-core https://mega.co.nz/#!mlonSTAL!apCBfbzXDXIzNtDnlvj2ouJ5x9OwHz2ixiRMvIu0mJI
Manon Meurt - s/t
>dream pop, shoegaze
Debut of Czech band that, some say were better than MBV when they supported for them
Sample: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wkt7_FYBdOw [Embed]
Yasuaki Shimizu - Music for Commercials (320)
>Proto-Vaporwave from Japan
Ought - More Than Any Other Day 9/10
>post-punk, indie rock
I really need more worldly music and this sounds great, thank you.
Neither of those genres are my cup of tea but this is enjoyable. It also makes me feel terrible for how little I understand after four years of Spanish courses (through high school).
Big Youth - Dreadlocks Dread (1975)
>Radio Play, Roots Reggae, Dub
Big Youth's charmingly hypnotic and often spy-like vocal technique dominates Dread Locks Dread, showcasing his DJing prowess on uptempo dancehall style numbers, atmospheric political observations, roots-based statements, and powerfully energized toasts. Musically, Dread Locks Dread is diverse and ambitious. Each song is characterized by its rhythms and instruments - which really livens up the recordings even further. Its half deejay and half dub, and damn impressive, a celebration.