I'm making a sharethread because people are whining about it.
Replacements - Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash
>punk rock, early "alt rock", Minneapolis, essential bands
I saw them play live last week at Forecastle, started the show with "Takin' a Ride," the first song off this album.
The Predicate Production Guild - Gloria's Theme
>electronica, jazz, chilled out
White Suns - Totem
>noise rock, no wave, imagine taking early swans, taking out all its internal organs and shoving them back in random places
World Domination Enterprises - Let's Play Domination
>noise rock, post punk, dub
recommended for fans of Big Black
Alien Kids - Alien Rap (Songs About Life On The Planet Glumph)
>Alien rap, Children's music, Outsider Music
Best track: Anthem
Worst track: Shatterproof, actually
Pedro Santos - Krishnanda
>Tropicalia, Experimental, highly percussive
By far my favorite album of the 60's
I've got all the albums that are crossed out in red on this chart, so if anyone wants one say so.
gel: - -1
>idm, downtempo, imagine autechre making glitchy lounge music
Someone pleeeeeeeeease upload Yellow Swans - Bring the Neon War Home (320 would be best), it's not in the archive.
I don't trip outside of my threads which is probably why you don't know me.
This, I upload via slsk when I'm at home/sleeping. Haven't had the spare time to do a thread lately.
Raccoo-oo-oon - Raccoo-oo-oon
>psychedelic, noise rock
Mike Watt - Contemplating the Engine Room
>punk? progressive punk, country/jazzpunk
One of Mike Watt's solo albums with Nels Cline on guitar, concept album about steam boats. Watt's a terrible singer but the guitar/bass work is amazing
Emperor Bear - EP1
>electronic ambient kind of dealio
This one was taking down for some reason, but it's fucking great
Tidal is free but Akuma is 3 bucks, but I think EP1 is the best out of all of them
Samurai Jazz - Meme?
>jazz recordings cut up with glitchy and ambient sounds, there is nothing quite like this in the world at all
ssq - playback
>80s synth pop
All in glorious flac
Fennesz - Plus Forty Seven Degrees 56' 37" Minus Sixteen Degrees 51' 08"  @ V0
>1990s, experimental, electronic
Yowie - Cryptooology
>(hella + captain beefheart)^2, all of the song names sound like stereotypical female african american names
The Black Angels - Passover
>acid rock, very jammy
I would like:
Big Black - Atomizer
Shellac - At Action Park
The Jesus Lizard - Goat
Cows - Cunning Stunts
Dope Body - Natural History
Butthole Surfers - Psychic... Powerless...
NoMeansNo - Wrong
Swans - Cop
Unsane - Unsane
Royal Trux - Twin Infinitives
No Age - Weirdo Rippers
Liars - They Were Wrong So We Drowned
Destruction Unit - Deep Trip
>psych punk, air-guitar-core
Charles Bronson / Spazz- Split 7"
>really fucking good
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - Tender Prey
Joyce Manor - Never Hungover Again
>punk, getting too many smiths comparisons
requesting Open Mike Eagle - Dark Comedy
>At Action Park
Dntel - Life Is Full of Possibilities
>Glitch pop, babbies first glitch, "downtempo"
Full album stream: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8YuWohNC0U
tbh posting in sharethreads is the funnest part of my day
Gary Higgins - Red Hash (1973)
>Contemporary Folk, Singer/Songwriter, Psych Freak Folk
A little-known masterpiece of hazy hippie burnout music with some exceptional songwriting. The arrangements are holistic and complementary, and everybody chips in a nice performance. If you're into Tim Buckley and Nick Drake, you should check this out.
To add a bit more context. Was recorded shortly before Higgins went to jail (drug charges). Was private press and his only release. Was eventually reissued by Ben from Six Organs of Admittance. He also located Higgins and had him record a new album.
Red Hash is a great album.
Damon - Song of a Gypsy (1969)
>Psychedelic Folk, Psych Rock
Stoned, laid-back type vocals over echoed fuzz-tone guitar and sitar, the album just oozes lysergia. It has some wicked drum breaks and heavy driving bass with screeching keys. Much the same as most psych records of this era.
Robbie Basho - Zarthus (1974)
>American Primitivism, Avant-Folk, Psychedelic Folk
Robbie Basho, in preparation for the apocalypse soon to befall our species (it'll happen), attempts to summarize a few thousand years of human musical expression in 45 minutes. The piano, the guitar, the words, the singing: otherworldly, ingenious work of art. There's a pure cosmic-communion feeling which a great many artists have striven and strive for is perfected here.
Add N to (X) - Add Insult to Injury (2000)
>Electroclash, Electronic, Experimental
Belligerently electronic, coolly abrasive. the best one they've made in regards of the warmth and the depth they bring here to their weird textures. This is a far more accomplished offering than Add N To X's previous "Avant Hard" album. From the onset, this trio of antique synth and organic drum dabblers builds insistent grooves with a pleasantly cheesy edge. There's a well-balanced focus on both the rhythmic gains that have been made in the techno arena over the last few years and the undeniable cuteness of synth-pop tunes from several decades ago. They're also not afraid to try their hand at the vocoder, an instrument which has become all to fashionable of late.
Richard Cheese - Lounge Against the Machine (2000)
>Lounge, Comedy, Satire
The band’s name is a play on that of rock band Rage Against the Machine, and Cheese’s pseudonym is a reference to smegma. The band specializes in playing jazz and lounge covers of popular rock and rap tunes from the last thirty years, particularly those with offensive lyrical content
Idk if this is a request thread too, but does anybody have either the antlers - uprooted in 320 or the love battery discography in 320?
Gregory Isaacs - Cool Ruler (1978)
>Roots Reggae, Lover's Rock
"The Al Green of reggae" who has classics like Night Nurse and Stranger in Town has another reggae classic under his belt with Cool Ruler. Isaacs pours the vocal honey over ten steadily simmering roots tracks, and lays bare his soul for all to see. And, in the grand tradition, there's always room amid the conscious lyricism for a few slow-dance moments.
does anyone have some jackie-o motherfucker they'd be willing to share?
i just found out about them in one of those if you were born on this day listen to this album threads and all i've got right now is candyland and flags of the sacred harp.
any of their other releases would be much appreciated
Of Montreal- A Pollinaire Rave (Both Versions)
>Two very rare of Montreal EPs, one being instrumental, the other containing skits and stuff
>second one has little to no information about it, and so the tracks are untitled
>includes a demo take of "Suffer for Fashion"
I also have a ton of demos Kevin Barnes did, I might upload that later if anyone wants it.
Can somebody hook me up with Steve Reich's Drumming album?
Can't find that shit anywhere
The Samuel Jackson Five - Goodbye Melody Mountain
>actually good 3rd wave post-rock, some prog influences
In Gowan Ring - Hazel Steps through a Weathered Home
>kind of psychedelic folk, really nice vocals
Kayo Dot - Hubardo
>2013-core, avant-black metal, lots of horns
People really seem to like this album but it was one of their weakest in my opinion (that's not to say that I dislike it)
Damn, I'm stupid. At least I got dubs though.
Jean Louis - self titled
Change - The Glow of Love (1980)
"This group was masterminded by Italian music maestros Jacques Fred Petrus and Mauro Malavasi. Italo disco synths, catchy, yet oh so funky bass lines, and top notch vocals from Jocelyn Brown and Luther Vandross dominate here. Its songs frequently feature predominantly female gang vocals, like Chic's. The best-known songs are even a Chic length, spanning six minutes or so. Flawless disco album.
Labradford - Mi media naranja
This is probably a long shot but does anyone have a digital copy of Ass Ponys' cover of the Afghan Whigs' "You My Flower"? It was part of a split single where the two bands covered each other. The Whigs' version of "Mr. Superlove" is readily available since they re-released it on the What Jail is Like EP, but I can't find the Ass Pony's part anywhere.
Fred Lane - From the One that Cut You(1983) and Car Radio Jerome (1986)
>Comedy, Big Band/Swing, Jazz, Rock n Roll, Experimental, I Don't Even
This guy. The best description I've heard is that he's like Frank Sinatra if he was a drug dealer. He's a dude from the late 70's early 80's University of Alabama Avant-garde art and music scene. He played around town and put out these 2 records and then faded into obscurity (he makes folk art now under his real name Tim Reed). His music is out there, pulling from a lot of genres with some demented lyrics and unorthodox instrumentation. Even if it's not enjoyed it's something worth experiencing.
Zs - New Slaves
>avant-rock, noise jazz
Traditional Music of Tajikistan
Two Tongues (self titled album)
>pop punk i guess?
sorry this is my first time sharing on here.
For some I wasn't able to compress the folder so that I could upload to mega, so I scrounged through my internet history and managed to find the original link I used to DL it (from the E6 forum) and the link still works, so if it's all the same I'll just provide that link!
Early Kevin Barnes Demos
>includes such hits as "Big Titted Sluts"!
>no album artwork so far, sorry!
Renesans- Medieval Music from Old Serbia
>medieval (sounds more renaissance than medieval to me, but who am I to argue with the title?), balkan music
Ah, I'm getting an invalid link from that. Tried playing around a bit with the url - sadly still no luck.
Don't sweat it though man; heading to bed anyway. I'll check the archive tomorrow in case you post again.
it has been 5 years since I discovered and bought that album and they are perhaps the only band I've ever thought needed more recognition from the community
the idea that they might be overlooked in time is kind of depressing
Music from Saharan Cellphones Vol. 1
>various artists from the Sahara, songs gathered from locals cellphones
>Death Grips sampled a lot from this
(sampled from for DG's "Punk Weight")
Music From Saharan Cellphones Vol.2
>various artists from the Sahara, songs gathered from locals cellphones
Music from Saharan Cellphones Vol. 3
>various artists from the Sahara, songs gathered from locals cellphones
Gaslight Varieties- Music of the Gay Nineties
>vaudville, barbershop quartets, ballads
>5 discs of music from the 1890s, includes tunes ranging from 1900-1920 as well
>medley galore. If you love medleys, this is YOUR album.
>ripped from vinyl boxset I got from a yard sale
is there a host i can upload some files without an account? feeling super lazy but willing to share.
>6 String w/fuzz, drums, and sad, atmospheric vox
I played with these guys recently and they blew me away completely. That damn bass with the chords going was immense and beautiful. All their stuff is great.
Queensryche - Promised Land
>Gloomy, depressive prog-metal, imagine what a Pink Floyd record would sound like if they had been listening to too much NIN and OKC-era radiohead
Nisennenmondai- Destination Tokyo
>long jams that are repetitive but build up to great cacophonies of noise rock.
>The title track sounds like a train ride through the countryside of Japan on a sunny day.
Yong Yong- Greatest It's
>nostalgic far reaching hazy memories bordering the absurd realms of unmusic through a thin window.
>Waking up and realizing you're still dreaming,trying to escape through doorways that disappear so you cant go back.
Sample since I'm terrible at articulating what this sounds like
Might be a little odd for a request and feel free to ignore if you find it irksome, but 1.) Your favorite so far off the list 2.) Something similar to Wrong by nomeansno 3.) Something dark
August Burns Red - August Burns Red Presents... Sleddin' Hill
>technical metalcore, Christmas music, instrumental
A metalcore band releases an instrumental Christmas album? And it's actually good? You better believe it.
August Burns Red - Constellations
Probably the band's most famous album, where they cleaned up their somewhat raw early sound.
August Burns Red - Leveler
Ok last one for the night. I'll see if i can get the rest in tomorrow.
August Burns Red - Messengers
A rawer sound than their newer albums, but arguably some of the best songs. If you want clattering drums and face-melting guitars, this is the album for you.
does anyone have a download link to kevin drumm sheer hellish miasma i cant find one anywhere
The Art of Kim Sinh
>vietnamese traditional music
Traditional Korean Music
>not from Best Korea, but still enjoyable
and of course there's
Diamond Watch Wrists - Ice Capped at Both Ends
>lush, warm and glitchy acoustic guitars and electronics over zach hill's light and intricate drumming, get this if you think zach is just overly-technical with no prowess
Uploaded some Antwon and made a Pastebin for it
John Larkin - s/t
>Groovy, quirky, zany vocal jazz. If you don't know who he is, DON'T look him up. He's more known for something else, but wether you like it or not, give this a chance on its own merits.
Brand X - Product
>classic fusion / prog from the golden age
Penguin Cafe Orchestra - Broadcasting From Home
>if you never heard of the PCO, it's hard to explain but it's a great starting point if you haven't
Various - Jag är en lycklig pilgrim
>mediocre Salvation Army-style amateur christcore
Jörgen Edman - Sommarnatt
>bombastic old school schlager / operetta songs
Familjen Eric Anders - Friends
>mediocre Swedish gospel, DAT DX7 BASS
Rönö PRO-sånggrupp - Sången till livet
>some Swedish elderlies singing along to light accompaniement, at least some real instruments for once, plus some surprise tungstepp!
Lars Mörlid & Peter Sandwall - Hosianna
>soft, almost classical-sounding Christian pop with good arrangements and production, really listenable for what it is
Donald Bergagård - Min kung och jag
>accordion-heavy christian country
Die 3 Spitzbuben - Allerneueste Schmähtandelein
>German revue / comedy songs, the greatest amount of Spitzbuben i've ever heard together at one single time. CAUTION: Contains explosions.
Stubb-Jonas - Stubb-Jonas Låda
>swedish schlager/pop with funny lyrics and some folk elements, also casual lolicore.
Sölve Strand & Andrew Walter - Klackarna i taket
>Virtuosic yet pretty boring accordion music, all pretty simple tunes but some interesting classical-sounding counterpoint
Paul Johansson - Vals på sommarön
>general accordion music / gammeldans
Västerfärnebo Dragspelsklubb - s/t
>mediocre gammeldans, but with interesting and very authentic live atmosphere
Inge-Mai & Bent Ager - Havets perler
>weird Danish synth-country, more speaking than singing
My Little Pony - Den stulna skuggan / Fergis och den magiska flöjten
>essential old school ponycore
Örebromissionens predikantkör - Lova gud
>mostly psalm-like choral songs, surprisingly listenable for what it is
Various - Sjung av hjärtat sjung
>typical choral christcore, some pretty enjoyable tracks
Jonnie Slottheden - Kom loss
>Christian soft-hard rock, interesting sound with great production
Various - Sång från Malmköpingskonferensen
>some of the most hilarious congregational christcore ever, no point in describing it but check it out if you like weird christian records
Evert Sandin - Helkul i Dalom
>old school schlager-pop with interesting elements of Swedish traditional music, a bit weird vocals but really unusual sound and worth hearing
Fantomen och Djungelbandet - Fest på Eden
>classic swedish folk-rock
Bertil Perrolf - Till minne av en sommar
>sentimental Swedish folk, old-man-rambles-incomprehensibly-without-really-singing-core
Bröderna Johanzon - 24-11-84 Munktorp
>one of the best swedish live albums of all time, the energy and atmosphere is just riveting, really worth a listen even for non-swedes
Carl Öst - Stugmöte
>contemporary christian / folk-pop, DAT RHODES
Various - Multilingual Madness
>various weird records in different languages, including some bird sounds and a Danish soccer anthem.
Various - En film om kärlek (OST)
>soundtrack from a movie i've never heard of and can't even find a single clip from, a really listenable score on it's own though
Lena Andersson - Lena, 15
>Swedish folk-pop, a bit Joan Baez-esque, really nice vocals!
Nyköpingshus Spelmansgille - Låtar från Sörmland
>traditional Swedish fiddle tunes, some decent classical-esque arrangements
La Cappella - Musik på Salsta slott
>woman's choir songs in various genres, good performance with some jazzy backing
Various - Swedish Surprises
>Miscellaneous odd Swedish records, including some obscure 80s rock and exercises for pregnant women
ABF Forum - Glimtar II
>weird "compilation" of artists related to some left wing cultural education project in the 70s, most notable for some weird and fumbling attempts at Mahavishnu-style jazz-rock.
Pingstkyrkans ungdomar - Lycka
>you'll never get closer to the 70s pentecostal Eskilstuna scene than with this release, some rare underground gems here
Various - Hemmets Härold Homage
>More old vintage christcore from the best label in the business, nothing really special this time around though
Evekapellet Jönköping - Vet du om
>typical men's choir christcore, pretty awful recording and otherwise unremarkable
Pajala-Hasses - Vår sommar
>odd blend of 70s soft-pop, dansband and accordion instrumentals, not bad though
Jubelkvartetten - Från norr till söder
>classic Swedish christcore, with some unusual accordion solos
Various - German Grotto
>miscellaneous vintage German discs, mostly folk-oriented as usual
Lill-Arne Söderberg - Oh!
>jazzy easy listening with occasional accordion solos, dat bass clarinet
Various - SM i Gammeldansmusik 1985
>unusually accomplished gammeldans in great live recordings, these are the swedish champions and you really can tell!
Alright, that's all for me this time! Remember you can always reach me at email@example.com !
Nils Börge Gårdh - En sång om glädje
>country-gospel, pretty good musicians but not nearly as good as some of his other albums
hey /mu/, sorry for not sharing anything, i'm not on my home computer. anybody here got Scout Niblett's "Kidnapped by Neptune"? or any other of her first 3 albums... i've fallen in love with her music but I can't find any of her earlier releases in a reasonable quality. checked the archive and all. Thanks and have a nice day!
Buckethead & Friends - Enter the Chicken
>Experimental Rock, Funk Metal, Alternative Metal
Television - A season in Hell
>bootleg of their early stuff when Richard Hell was part of the band
r/ing the slint spiderland documentary 'breadcrumb trail'
Kiss Kiss - Reality vs The Optimist
> Indie Rock , Art Rock , Alternative
>Industrial, Noise,Drone Metal incl Whitehouse Cover
All free stuff!
Is Sky still here? Actually if anyone could give their list of top 5 most saddest albums ever that would be really cool. These places are always good for diversity since everyone knows tons of albums and not the usual Giles Corey or Deathconsciousness.
lo-fi and trashy garage punk with surf rock influences. took massive inspiration from Billy Childish and old school garage bands like the Sonics. until the 2000s they were against any format other than vinyl, then they moved onto cd's. get drunk.
Never Been Caught
Play Their Own Records!
(You Must Fight to Live) On the Planet of the Apes
Uncontrollable Urge / Girl You Want
Fuck CD's! It's...the Mummies
Party at Steve's House
yeah yeah we were all alive in the mid-2000s, nobody needs to hear this shit again... then again I would've said that about weird al but look at how batshit people are going over that
>>nostalgic far reaching hazy memories bordering the absurd realms of unmusic through a thin window.
>>Waking up and realizing you're still dreaming,trying to escape through doorways that disappear so you cant go back.
ugh, just use a couple of genre tags
Hollow Jan - Rough Draft In Progess (Deluxe Edition)
>post-rock tinged screamo/post-hardcore from South Korea (similar to Envy or Heaven In Her Arms)
Nice rip-off album cover they've got there.
Yellow Swans - Bring the Neon War Home
if anyone wants something from Grouper, and checked the archive, hit me. I have her entire discography except TSUKI NO SEIKA, VOL. 1 7"
some of the best power electronics
barlow* - Four Castles
Will post until bump limit
Elmore James - The Chronological Classics Blues & Rhythm Series: Elmore James 1951 - 1953 (2004)
>Chicago Blues, Rock 'n' Roll, Compilation
The son of sharecroppers, James grew up and learned to play the guitar and had hits like "Rollin' & Tumblin'," "The Sky Is Crying" and "It Hurts Me Too." He had a brilliant slide guitar sound, raw and desperate, it's perfect for letting loose the air guitar player in you.
Earth & Stone - Kool Roots (1979)
>Roots Reggae, Dub
One of the best reggae albums of all time. The duo singers created their own unique vocal interchange sound, each taking turn at lead and harmony. Fantastic backing band, too! Let the riddims take control of your mind.
Eddie Holman - I Love You (1970)
In many ways Eddie Holman stands as a perfect example of a journeyman soulster. Immensely talented, he's been recording since the mid-1960s. Some killer falsetto in here, along with the soul classic, 'Hey There Lonely Girl'.
Tappa Zukie - Escape From Hell (1977)
>Dub, Roots Reggae
Probably not the most relevant title - this is far too mellow for an escape from hell, unless of course you've got a first class ticket on Rasta Airlines. Some infectious, intoxicating riddims can be found throughout. Why is dub the objectively funnest genre?
Nujabes - Modal Soul (2005)
>Jazz Rap, Instrumental Hip-Hop
You probably already know of his works, so I'm gonna lay off the overlong description.
Not him, but check out A I A: Alien Observer if you liked the more ambient side of Dragging a Dead Deer's sound, and check out The Man Who Died in His Boat if you liked the more Folk elements.
I have the last Cyclamen album but if you have anything else that would be great.
I don't have enough Kreator.
I don't have the Obscura cover album.
Don't have all the Primus stuff.
If you post any one that would be appreciated.
Can someone share a new link to STRFKR's album Jupiter? I tried a couple different links in archive and I got decryption errors :'(