Sleeping People- S/T
>Math Rock/ Slightly Noise Rock-y
Hoping somebody could post a discography of captain beefheart, since some of his albums are very hard to find.
Heavy Vegetable - Frisbie
>Mathy indie rock featuring Rob Crow of Pinback
>mfw there well never be in amazing share thread like last night
hold me mew
I just finished up my second full lenght 1:20:00 mixtape. Really tried to use all sorts of different, unexpected generas and unheard songs to make something unique.
Give it a listen, or just skip through it and find a song you like
Dazzling Killmen - Dig Out The Switch
>Math rock, post-hardcore
If anybody has or could find Eucalyptus by Pitchfork (former band of the guitarists of Drive Like Jehu), I'd really appreciate it
For some reason I skipped searching the archive and went straight for blogspots. The archive is usually missing a lot of post-hardcore/early math rock which is probably why I forgot to look there
>linking to a bandcamp page with a free download isnt actually sharing something
>stop being a moron
Síntese - Sem Cortesia
Yeah, I usually don't use it a lot either, but it does cover a lot of essential stuff.
If you see certain albums appearing a lot on charts or in genre specific threads, chances are, they're gonna be in the archive.
Really? It seems to work for me. Does it stop at 99% or what?
Here ya go.
One rushup edge, generally I regard it as one of the greatest achievements in electronic music since kraftwerk
Gonna upload a few things that aren't in the archive, in the meantime, anybody got any requests?
Dirt was in the archive, so reposting:
>Alice in Chains - Dirt
>essential 90's, grunge, sludge metal with beautiful harmonies
Similarly, there's a bunch of LEs Claypool in the archive, so check that .
I recommend Purple Onion and Flying Frog Brigade vol. 1
In the meantime, i'll up my Les Claypool that isn't in the archive.
Here is also their EP, which contains a great example of a rare synthesizer, which serves as a principle linking tie that the Tuss is actually Aphex Twin
Les Claypool - Of Fungi and Foe
>experimental rock, funk rock
This album has a more acoustic, sinister vibe at times than other Claypool albums, but you can still expect the same oddball country-fried funk-rock within, propelled by Claypool's nasally vocals and grooving bass.
Well, i don't know if your search terms are off or what, because I found this active link:
Tool - Lateralus
>prog metal, alt metal
If that doesn't work for you for some reason I can upload mine.
Spaxey - Pictures
>space rock, fucking awesome, AOTY2014