Old-school /mu/ sharethread. Anything at all you want to share, post, with a small description and samples.
Will start dumping my folder.
The Deadly Ones - It's Monster Surfing Time
> Spooky surf. If you had a machine that could transform the essence of video into music, this would come out if you put in Scooby-Doo. Perfect for Halloween parties and realizing a skeleton lives inside you.
Chixdiggit! - Safeways Here We Come
> Pop punk. From the deepest, sweetest chambers of Fat Wreck Chords comes this EP from Canadian pop punk outfit Chixdiggit!. Energetic and fun songs about hockey, haircuts, guys who love their dogs too much, and love.
Weston Adam - Gabri i Naturen Röta
>drone, ambient, field recordings
It's a drone/ambient record about the relationship between the soul, nature, decay, and love.
l'orange + stik figa - the city under the city
its my favorite rap album of 2013 and no one talks about it. its on spotify but heres my favorite track
Drag the River - Closed
> Alt-country. Old punk guys get together to record country music, and this is the result. Lots of crooners and bruisers, with great lyrics and instrumentation.
Armchair Martian - Monsters Always Scream
>Pop punk/Alt-country. High-energy, melodic punk with country influences and very feelsy lyrics. If Weezer's Blue Album got shithoused on bottom shelf whiskey, it would sound like this album.
EELS - Electro-Shock Blues  @ V0
>1990s, alternative rock, indie rock
r/ing Sleaford Mods - Wank, thanks
This anon knows what he likes. Hats off.
Mort Garson - Plantasia
>Plantcore. Instrumental Moog music created for the purpose of playing it for your plants to make them happier and healthier. It's fucking weird and great.
Crustation - Bloom (1997)
Ethereal chill-out singing forefront against a strong backdrop of electronica and trip hop. You can't help but rock in your chair or bop your head when Crustation lets out the beats then juxtaposes the synths against it. Really superb stuff that you don't see anyone talk about these days.
http://www.last.fm/tag/radiohead%20office%20chart every single radiohead office chart, updated every time a new comes out
Fatso Jetson - Pressure for Posture
> Desert Rock/Surf. Extremely primitive and eclectic rock that sounds like the lost soundtrack to some low-budget ninja surf movie. Fatso Jetson started the stoner rock movement, even if the genre ended up sounding very unlike their music.
>He takes his head off every night, runs around the room. Decapitated hot dog man, he'll be coming soon.
Queens of the Stone Age - Plastic Turks Sessions
>Stoner Rock. First recorded material the band every made, 2 songs for a demo. I've found the best copies I possibly could and made some cover art. Pretty interesting to see how Homme's music has went from this to ...Like Clockwork.
Morphine - Good (1992)
Morphine, a trio of saxophone, drums and bass, bridged post-punk/new wave ideologies with down-tempo jazz-pop, basically playing alternative rock music with no guitars. Despite the sound being very jazzy, there's very little soloing. And yet it's just as effective as any album with multiple instrumentalists jamming for 17 minutes with tons of noodling.
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.
I usually see sharethreads as someone posting their folders, and then people just asking for things from that list. I don't see many threads anymore where people just post stuff they like.
Oblivians - Soul Food
> Garage Rock. Dirty, violent, noisy, and primitive. Borders on noise rock at some points. It somehow still manages to be really catchy, especially on songs like No Reason to Live. Lots of fun.
Newfags don't know how to do sharethreads properly.
A good chunk of them are just some random imbecile asking for links or someone posting links he copied from the archive.
A good sharethread requires music selected by you.
Congratulations on a well done sharethread Scumbag.
I'll look at the links.
The Trees Community - The Christ Tree (1975)
>Free Folk, Sacred Harp Music
The Trees Community was an Episcopal Church-affiliated Christian community and a music group. An album which takes all the most obvious now-cliches of hippy-dippy, 1960s tree-hugging folk, and embraces them with the most honest, cult-like sincerity to the point of almost evoking discomfort. If you enjoy Dave Bixby, you should give a listen to these guys.
Thanks. I try to pick types of music and oddball records that I never see shared, instead of the usual ambient and drone stuff I see all the time.
Brant Bjork - Jalamanta
> Desert rock. Brant Bjork is best known as the drummer for seminal stoner rock bands Kyuss and Fu Manchu, and this is his first solo project, released in the wake of Kyuss' breakup. I remember Bjork saying he wanted this record to truly sound like the Southern California desert, and it does.
His people/him aggresively remove every Dylan song except a handful of random tracks. My guess is it comes from Dylan himself. Probably doesn't see the benefit of letting his music be shared. Also he's in a bit of a unique position in that he has the "greatest songwriter" tag, and maybe his people are consequently confident that everyone will buy his stuff without the publicity from YT.
I think it's fucking tragic. If all his stuff was on YT his legacy and sales would skyrocket imo. Can't link his great songs to young people. They just think he's the guy who done It Ain't Me Babe and Like A Rolling Stone or whatever.
Reigning Sound - Home for Orphans
> Hard to describe, except under the generic banner of "rock". Slow, moody ballads with excellent and depressing lyrics and an old-school feel. Check out the samples, you'll get the idea.
Damn, this is gold. Thank you very much
John McLaughlin - Extrapolation (1969)
>Post-Bop, Jazz Fusion
Extrapolation is a beautiful jazz record with an enchanting atmosphere. It is not guitar jazz similar to Wes Montgomery or Grant Green, but more band-oriented and with a 'looser' approach. There is a magical flow throughout the album and the teamplay of the band is impeccable. A hidden gem.
I unfortunately don't have this record up to share, but everyone should also check out The Mummies. The budget rock kings, recording garage rock with broken and analog equipment. They rock.
Stab a motherfucker in the back.
Whoops, wrote that too quickly.
Maybe he's on the digital hate bandwagon like Nick Cave and similar artists. Either way it's pretty sad, he's a wonderful musician.
No worries. Reigning Sound are great. Their lead singer and guitarist, Greg Cartwright, is a genius and a really cool dude.
He's also doing lead vocals in this record (>>49449515) to give you an idea of his range.
Bailter Space - Capsul (1997)
>Shoegaze, Noise Rock
I believe in modern times the sound that Bailter Space produced on Capsul may be already considered as classical shoegaze. And although the band didn’t say many new words in this genre they did much enough to make it more solid and impressive.
It's the best, in fact.
Hugh Mundell- Africa Must Be Free by 1983 (1978)
>Roots Reggae, Dub
Hugh Mundell was born in 1962, and his debut was released in 1978, when he was SIXTEEN, and it's considered one of reggae's best albums. It's short and consistent, it has high replay value, the vocals/lyrics are very well done (especially for a teenager), the instrumentation is fantastic, and the vibe of the album is about as good as any other reggae album I've heard. I think it's safe to say that if you have any interest in reggae, you need to add this album to your collection as soon as possible. In ironic tragedy, Hugh Mundell was shot dead in 1983 at the age of 21.
Witness - The Everafter LP
> Hip-Hop. Very relaxed, mellow hip-hop based around Nujabes-worshipping instrumentals. This used to be a flavor of the month here a few years back, but I don't see it around much anymore.
Connan Mockasin - Forever Dolphin Love (2011)
>Neo-Psychedelia, Glitch Pop
Highly imaginative psych pop. Connan's high pitched, childish vocals waft over every inch of this album and along with the excellently played music, haunting melodies and very strong songwriting, make for an awesome album. He's sort of like an evil Mac Demarco.
Salah Ragab and the Cairo Jazz Band - Egyptian Jazz (1968-73) 
>Big Band, Arabic Jazz
It is classical Egyptian music mixed with big band trippy jazz (Ragab collaborated with Sun Ra and others). Also as the band is made up of classically trained military musicians there is a strong march-like quality to many of the tunes. There is also a strong Arabic feel and soul music running through the veins. The production quality is, unsurprisingly, not the greatest, but this is the kind of robust music where it doesn't detract. A great release then that sits well in both jazz and 'world music' collections.
Cory Branan - The Hell You Say
> Memphis Alt-Country. Lyrics painting great pictures of Americana, interesting experimentation on some tracks, and Branan's magnificent voice and playing.
Nitrostirumpa - 60 Minutes Mix
>IDM, bleep-bloops, sounds like Aphex Twin and BoC, or mu-ziq's Lunatic Harness
>Very good, fun listen
>60 minutes of songs that loop into one another, which I have split up so you can listen to them on shuffle if you want, or pick individual songs you like.
S/he's got more stuff on soundcloud and youtube. The SC offers free DL's
>Their frontman died of a heart attack mid-concert
That's both extremely cool and sad.
Is this your music anon?
Does anyone have Selected Songs from the Song Diary by Paleo? I'll love you forever if you upload it, I've checked everywhere for it. In the meantime,
Nana Grizol - Nightlights I-III + Tacoma Center (2014)
>indie, folk rock, cute & relaxing, a bit more experimental than their last album, which isn't saying much
Hey lads I don't come here much lately but I've been hunting down music from Winters In Osaka, found/bought a bit so figured I'd share it. Here's what I've got so far.
Winters In Osaka
>drone, noise, dark ambient
The track they did with Bongripper is alright, I rather like Clandestine it's a bit more droney than everything else I've given a listen. Ruins/Manifest and Mutual Collapse are noisy as hell
Anywho enjoy maybe it's been difficult to find so I'm going to slowly buy everything else over time and upload it to this folder as I do because it irritates me when music is hard to find fuck that
Saving a bunch of these to DL later.
Thank you dearly!
Balstyrko - Jagten Paa Noget
>Danish Trip Hop
Daycare Riot - War Never Changes
>Alternative electronic-ish, weird drums and ambient stuff about war
Splashh - Comfort
>Psychedelic / Indie / Surf / Rock / Pop
>Waiting sharethread to see a good sharethread since monday
>Suddenly find one, and gasp! Full of stuff I usually listen to like surf and garage rock
>This motherfucker makes me realize there is a skeleton inside me and now I can't stay calm enough to download stuff
Anyway, thank you very much for the great stuff, I can dump some Billy Childish stuff if I remember my mediafire account (and by miracle, those links are still up)
Carpenter Brut, definitely worth a check out if you're into electro/retro electro. He's also releasing EP3 soon, so that's pretty noice
Aight, dumping some stuff
The Vulcans - Star Trek
>trippy instrumental early reggae, eventual roots and dub elements, really great
The Creation - We Are Paintermen
>freakbeat, garage rock, early psych, really crunchy guitar, for fans of the Who and the Small Faces
Davie Allan & the Arrows - Cycle Delic Sounds of
>fuzzy surf music, garage rock, psych, this shit is REALLY fuzzy, specially for it's time
The Real Kids - ST
>exactly what the cover suggests, early punk rock with a powerpoppish sensibility, really fun album
Something I should've told before, there'll probably be a shitload of Billy Childish related stuff amongst my shares.
The Milkshakes - Talkin' Bout
>garage rock, surf, merseybeat, something like the depraved Beatles
Secret Affair - Business as Usual
>New wave, soulish, mod revival
Turbonegro - Never is Forever
>punk rock, garage punk, somewhat grungeish, this has nothing to do with the stuff that made them famous
Fuck, forgot cover.
Anyway, gotta go now, if this thread is still up I'll post more stuff once I come back
S. Ayton - Grounding
>folk, singer-songwriter, outsider, female vocalist, former member of the Horse Museum, criminally overlooked
Winters In Osaka With Don Garnelli - The Art Of Dark Science (2012) 
Kazuo Imai - Blood
>Free guitar, Impov, noise
Pretend - Bones In The Soil, Rust In The Oil
>Math-Rock, Post-Rock, Sometimes jazzy, Controlled chaotic improvised guitar and drum sections mixed with beautiful peaceful moments with great lyrics
anyone got the new cymbals eat guitars? link on rbt is for the cloud nothings album lmao
Desperetaly looking for Warraw by Natalie Rose Lebrecht.
Any anon can help?
Requesting "?????? / U as in Utah" by ju sei & Utah Kawasaki in FLAC.
Or any other albums bu ju sei, if they exist.
Pic related is what I have.
In fact, the archive alternates between links to it, and people posting about the fact that there's a shitload of links in the archive and you shouldn't be requesting it until you check the damn archive.
So I just moved to a new college campus and apparently the school wifi is really strict about pirating, like they'll actually fine people. I know torrenting is dangerous, but is mega fine?
ju sei seems to have two albums ???? [Taigun-Y?ei], and CONESOLE.
Some trip used to post a link to ???? all the time, but it is down, it is also not on jpopsuki or what.cd
Can't promise you they'll be in 320, but can upload both Nuggets, a shitload of Pebbles and some other similar stuff, take a look and see if there's anything you fancy there
Fucking hell man thank you!
If you wouldn't mind I would like Nuggets, Pebbles and any from:
The Original Brazillian Pebbles
A Lethal dose of hard psych
Fuzz guitar garage beats
This collection is amazing, anything psych/garage and 60s would be fantastic basically.
Thank you again.
Alright, while they're being uploaded, have some stuff I already have uploaded
>one of the greatest garage comp series ever, sorry for the lacking volumes, few tracks are less than "great"
Also, the artworks of the volumes up to 4 are just amazing
VA - Angel Dust - Music for Movie Bikers
>fuzzy instrumentals relating to the 60s bikexploitation movies
Now, these aren't exactly what you want, but still
VA - The Ultimate 50's Rockin' Sci Fi
>rockabilly about flying saucers and shit, in case you couldn't tell
VA - The Ultimate 50's and 60's Horror Disc
>same as before, only with werewolves, vampires and shit, 2spooky
>16 hours, 10 minutes remaining
Welp. Sorry dude, I really have to go now, have a exam today, but I'll leave it uploading and post everything tomorrow in a new thread, so, keep an eye out for the stuff
>Fatso Jetson - Pressure for Posture
>Started Stoner rock movement
u wrong as hell
Billy Childish and Dan Melchior
>Billy Childish and Dan Melchior team for a stripped-down blues outing on Devil in the Flesh; recorded live on Childish's "1/2 track" machine, the poor fidelity lends the set a kind of authentic field recording texture perfectly suited to the material at hand.
Listen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T2ZlrZ6kTBw
Here's a record I'm looking for: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHXCzC2wGlo
Anyone got a download? Soulseek came up with nothing and I'm not a what.cd member.
Don't have it, but I'll look for it and post if I find. Have some more Billy Childish, this nigga is my idol
VA - I Am the Billy Childish
>compilation Sub Pop did with Childish's projects from the early 70s to the early 90s, garage punk, girl pop, blues, surf music, even some Captain Beefheart-ish stuff with Sexton Ming
Billy Childish & the Chatham Singers - Heaven's Journey
>folk, punk, (Medway) delta blues, really lo-fi but still one of his most acessible albums
>>49463883 and >>49463278
I'm going out now, but anyway, you can find me at www.last.fm/user/Zoot_money if you need. I'll be glad to upload any Billy Childish or 60s punk related stuff (and anything else, really)
The force behind Fatso Jetson, Mario Lalli, had been playing shows in Southern California for years with various bands, including Fatso Jetson. Yawning Man would be a more accurate band that actually kicked it off, but Fatso had a massive influence on the scene in the late 90's.
Either way, it would have been a more accurate statement to say Mario Lalli started it.
>tfw the only way to connect to the wifi at my college is to use your username and password for the website
Is there anyway to access it without doing so or am I fucked? Not only for pirating music but I don't like knowing that they can just view everything I go on like that.
>nothing in the archive
Do not fill this thread with your lies.
Saw this wasn't in the archive, so here we go
>Fatboy Slim - You've Come A Long Way, Baby
>Essential 90s Big Beat, RIGHT ABOUT NOW,THE FUNK SOUL BROTHER
does anyone have Universal Congress of s/t??
Searhed fot it everywhere, an't find it..
Hey guys, I've been looking for smith street band for a while.
I can share this for the time being:
Nils frahm - Spaces (2013)
If anyone has anything by Afrirampo (other than kore ga mayuku da) I would much appreciate it if you could share it. I hate shitting up this great thread with mere requests but I am honestly desperate at this point.
Found it in the archive:
Smith Street Band - No One Gets Lost Anymore
Smith Street Band - South East Facing Wall
Requesting either of the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center albums (not in Flac)
Jagwar Ma - Howlin'
>Psychedelic dance, Synthpop
Pure X - Pleasure
>Psychedelic, Ethereal, Slowcore
Fucking great album for any stonerbros, top-tier.
Goldfish - Three Second Memory
>Nu jazz, nu disco, fun as fuck
Could someone hook me up with Run Rabbit Run by the Osso String Quartet plz
Tom Batchelor Band - Moon Vs Mars
>Folk,Reggae,Ska music from Morgantown, WV. This is the bands first album, but the singer's old band, Rasta Rafiki has been around for ages now. Everyone should here 'em once I think
Posting Gorillaz- G-Sides since from last I checked the downloads didn't worked.
requesting anything from Tatsuhiko Asano, particularly his "In the wake of Doshin, the GIANT" album
>all these fags requesting shit
>In an OLD FASHIONED share thread
>Not realizing old fashioned means before share threads became spoon feed fests
I remember when share threads were all about sharing cool shit you found. Now they're just straight up boring.
Jeez this thread is alive
Cheers man I had just basically found that one haha
I've found a few more on slsk just waiting in queue for those. Not really in any rush just gonna see if I can collect it all for fun
here you go
for the archive
Ariana Grande – My Everything [2014, 256 kbps]
>pop, you know who ariana grande is
Here's a weird one I've just found
"V/A: (TRISKAIDEKAPHOBIA) 13,000.00 MilliSeconds is a compilation featuring over 215 artists + musicians who composed thirteen second compositions especially for this release. This collection documents artists working all over the world, with these pieces having a reference to the " contemporary time famine" brought on by the technological complex of which none of us can escape from. These aural documents of justified schizophrenia fight fire with fire, and pry away at our rotting attention span.
Features tracks by; MATMOS ,Venetian Snares,To Live And Shave In L.A., Cock E.S.P.,Richard Devine, Eats Tapes, I Am Spoonbender,The White Mice, Realicide, David Scott Stone, Thrones, and over 200 more!"
so it's a hugeass noise comp, has Vsnares, bunch of other dudes, a lot of fun I'm sure
Those of you that don't fancy noise, here's some VSnares side project stuff
Here's some Barn Owl, nice drone metal I recommend From Our Mouths
aaand Dustin O'Halloran - Vorleben, my personal favourite solo piano release
Ah sorry I haven't been adding samples terrible I'll do it right this time maybe
Nadja & Vampillia
>Nadja does doom metal, Vampillia kindof wack postrock stuff with some classical instrumentation so combined it's a bit weird but nice
The Perfect World (2013)
The Primitive World (2012)
ahhh not sure why I put one in flac and rest in 320 but whatever, here's a sample
Sorry anon, needless to say I will apologize by uploading two albums I found after some searching around by Tatsuhiko Asano.
If you haven't guessed it, I'm >>49472676 who originally requested the downloads.
It's going to take a while to download and then upload, but it will surely happen.
Birdengine - The Crooked Mile
>Freak folk with Slavic/Balkan gypsy influences.
Eerie and spooky in a "broken dolls and decaying Victorian houses" sort of way, but with a glimmer of beauty to the arrangements. I really like this guy's stuff.
Unfortunately he limits the songs you can listen to on his bandcamp, and I don't have any Mega links. But I could try and get something for you guys if there's interest.
oop, forgot to include some favorite tracks.
Buried in the Black Snow (not on The Crooked Mile)
Supersilent - 1-3 (1997)
>3 hours of grooving EAI. Sounds like more minimalist No Wave. Melody takes a backseat to rhythm in this one
Here they are
Tatsuhiko Asano - In the Wake of Doshin, The Giant
tatsuhiko asano - spacewatch
Electro straight outta west Africa from Ghana's proudest son, Ata Kak. Obaa Sima is funky, soulful and the crowning achievement of Casio keyboard production.
since this is apparently a request thread, can anyone find me this ?
>Heavy Hawaii - Goosebumps
as I had to go away when I was doing requests some times ago, I'm going to dump them in this thread, hoping the people who wanted these albums are around
Acidmothersguruguru - Underdogg express
psych rock, collab between AMT and the well known kraut band Guru Guru
Acid mothers temple & Ichiraku Yoshimitsu - Acid mothers temple & Ichiraku Yoshimitsu
recorded live during an AMT fest, this is a collab between them and Ichiraku Yoshimitsu, a jap improviser (here on drums, but he also perrforms electronic instruments). great performance and rather a quiet one, if you don't like it when AMT goes apeshit this should please you
Has anyone else been able to successfully download this album from the link provided? I've tried five times to do so...
It keeps downloading smoothly and steadily to approx. 56% completion, before MEGA freezes up and it goes into immobile re-queueing purgatory. Downloading this album always stalls at the same point and never resumes, even if paused and refreshed. Any useful advice?
Magma - Live-Hhaï
recorded live in 1975 with a band at the top of its shape, here is probably one of the most intense zeuhl you can find, especially during the second part of Köhntark, a coked up rework of Köhntarkösz with name changed for obscure contract reasons)
Movie Magick s/t
>idm, dark ambient, 90s nostalgia
Death in june & Les joyaux de la princesse - Östenbräun
ambient, collab between two of the great figures of the genre, Death in June provided material to Les joyaux de la princesse, who worked on them and reprocessed them to give birth to this album
Acid mothers temple & the cosmic inferno - Doobie wonderland
the latest album to date by AMT & the cosmic inferno, as often expect some harder but equally enjoyable freak outs than with AMT & the melting paraiso U.F.O.
Does anyone have the outtakes album from Disco Inferno's Technicolour. The song list is:
1. Where Did I Go Wrong (mix 1)
2. Drowned Out
4. Keep It Together
6. Where Did I Go Wrong (mix 2)
Escaton - Ardeur\Fiction\4Visions
>zeuhl, female choral vocals, synthesizers.
you're welcome mate
you shouldn't, they're a good band. They reformed in 2012 for a bunch of shows, I saw one and they're still great
Serge Gainsbourg - N°4
without a doubt my favorite early Gainsbourg album. the music by Alain Goraguer is jazzy, boogie-woogiesque, and the lyrics are excellent (if you can understand them), as the singing
crazy keyboards on Intoxicated man and Requiem pour un twister
Serge Gainsbourg - L'homme à tête de chou
if you wanna hear Gainsbourg sing about a woman he met then discovered cheating and brutally murdered with a fire extinguisher, then this is your thing, great album
also he really bought the statue on the cover
Serge Gainsbourg - Le Zénith de Gainsbourg
late live Gainsbourg, funky potpourri of a lot of his '70s and '80s work
This thread has been absolutely amazing. Picked up Oblivians, the deadly ones, Morphine, Bailter Space (and Splashh for the gf)
Monitoring this thread further on
(also, I posted this in the wrong thread just now)
Guillermo Scott Herren (aka Prefuse 73) discography:
>Guillermo Scott Herren is a producer who has been based in Atlanta, Barcelona and New York. Herren releases music under the aliases Prefuse 73, Delarosa & Asora, Ahmad Szabo, and Piano Overlord, and is also part of the groups Savath y Savalas, Sons of the Morning, Risil, and Diamond Watch Wrists.
>Guillermo Scott Herren was born in Miami, Florida and grew up in Atlanta, Georgia. His father is Catalan and his mother is Irish and Cuban. At an early age his parents encouraged him to play piano and other instruments; his mother "forced" Herren to play a wide variety of instruments, even going so far as to teach him the Suzuki Method in order to "keep him out of trouble". Growing up, Herren's musical tastes branched out and he became interested in hip-hop, punk rock, and electronic music.
>He began his career DJing at MJQ, a small night club in Atlanta, and then began working in commercial studios producing hip-hop tracks for Dirty South rappers. However, Herren wanted to create his own music and started collecting second-hand instruments and drum machines during this part of his career. He eventually moved to New York City to go to college; there he began recording his first major release, Sleep Method Suite, under the name of "Delarosa and Asora". The album was released in 1997.
Select them all and right click to download as a zip file. I'm sorry that it can't be downloaded with the click of a button, but I hope you can look past the minor inconvenience.
>>Odd sounding beats, described as post industrial, swamp rock
sample on the link