Where's that sharethread, baby?
Let's share some sounds.
Mouse on the Keys - An Anxious Object
> Japanese piano based mathrock instrumental goodness.
Viktor Vaughn - Vaudeville Villain
>Alias of Daniel Dumile, AKA MF DOOM. Some of his most interesting word play on this record. bananthony mango approved
I'll get right on that, big guy.
Intuthuko Brothers - Stars of Africa
>Instrumental afrobeat cool shit, maybe you will like it
Adult Jazz - Gist Is
Not sure what to classify it as. Just listen to it.
Sheep, Dog & Wolf - Egospect
absolutely fucking seconding this
>Shoegaze AOTY, Noise Rock, Post-Rocky
Clipping - dba118 & Untitled 10"
The other two releases from Clipping that aren't CLPPNG or Midcity. You'll like it. Untitled 10" was only given out at live shows, not on bandcamp.
>Psychedelic/Avant Garde Black Metal, made only with a hammer dulcimer and drums
>Uplifting and accessible
Shellac - Dude Incredible
New Shellac album, came out yesterday.
Dazzling Killmen - Dig Out The Switch
Early mathrock / punk from 1993. Maybe you will like it. Nerds yelling about cool stuff.
omg why is everyone ssso bad at sharethreads these dace? w//e here i am to save the day not really feelin' uploading a whole big pile of stuff so here's what i've already got in muh mega folder
air tycoon -- fuck everything i'm god
>too intense to be seriously called ambient, chilled out but still aggressive 3rd coast syrupy electronic music
daughter -- if you leave
>mournful but still twinkly british indiepop
hey, speaking of daughter, let's do some
lucki eck$ -- alternative trap
>don't be fooled by the title, this first album's got more in common with a blissed out kiss land than diplo or 36
aw thx bb ;3
my dead girlfriend -- underdrawing for three forms of unhappiness at the state of existence
>cute as heck japanese shoegaze, under 5k listeners
lorn -- ask the dust
>raw, grimy, brooding electronic, heavily informed by chicago's hip-hop scene
alex winston -- king con
>indie pop with glistening synths and a vocalist with an operatic background. oddness abounds.
american football -- s/t
>quiet turn of the century emo, cinderblock walls and cold duvets
I've been following this guy for two years now. Ask the Dust has since become one of my favorite albums, and Diamond is one of the most hauntingly beautiful tracks I've heard to date. Milwaukee represent.
slim cessna's auto club -- cipher
he's fucking rad as hell. he's bin at sxsw the last two years but wristband only both times so many teardrops TTT.TTT
slingshot dakota -- their dreams are dead, but ours is the golden ghost
>bright lo-fi female-fronted pop, vaguely matt&kimish
uploading some stuff
the world is a beautiful place & i am no longer afraid to die -- whenever if ever amen
>the album that convinced me that midwestern emo is worth paying attention to
I love Lorn. good shit.
Mohinder - Everything
>emotive hardcore from California, 1993. Fierce vocals that are closer to yells than shrieks are a perfect compliment to the fast paced, energetic guitars. You get the whole package rather than vocals being the highlight. This is their anthology including some live sets in 320 cbr
we just do what we can with what we've got. sometimes what we've got is shitty sharethreads.
anything you can recommend?
labyrinth ear -- apparitions
>airy, wide-open house, nice and mellow
>i might've accidentally included two of their eps? download and find out!
anyway i'm uploading a couple other things but my library is here: http://imgur.com/a/eMisD
feel free to request some stuff but i haven't cleaned out my drive after some corruption isssues soooo what you're requesting might not actually exist
keaton henson -- dear
>very quiet and very sad british man who just wishes he weren't quite so alone
>does he know where your lips begin
Pianos Become the Teeth - The Lack Long After
>usually do not care for the newer screamo bands that are backed by a tumblr audience (see Defeater, Touche Amore) but these guys fucking rule. Some seriously sad lyrics delivered by a hopeless sounding vocal. Tracks like Liquid Courage will enhance any sad mood.
iron and wine -- our endless numbered days
>southern folk music with such a beard, famous for that one cover on that one soundtrack but goddamnit does he have some good songs of his own
>one will spread our ashes round the yard
The Republic of Wolves - The Cartographer
>emo-y indie rock from long island new york. They had a different vocalist on this EP and i think it worked wonderfully. Songs have a nautical theme and carry the feel of sailing on a old ship through stormy waters quiet wonderfully. Quite a few instruments are on display here. For fans of Foxing or Brand New.
Gimu - They All Left One by One. They All Left the Radio On
>metallic noise drone dark ambient. sounds like you found some empty building and sat in the middle of a dark room and spirits walk past you, not caring about your presence.
Lion of the North - The Compass Calls
>chaotic hardcore emo violence. Short and sweet ep right here.
Actually, that vocalist has been with them from the beginning. Christian Van Deurs and Mason Maggio have always shared (sung, a different band member screams) vocals in TROW, but one dominated Varuna, the other dominated The Cartographer, they were pretty even on His Old Branches, and let's just forget that No Matter How Narrow exists.
Contributing because I fucking love The Republic of Wolves. Except for No Matter How Narrow.
The Guru- Native Sun
>Psychedelic rock, disco pop, Modest Mouse-ey
Windmills - Keep Moving
> Experimental one-man band.
Unheilig - Alles hat seine Zeit
>Darkwave / Industrial
Does anyone have the Flaming Lips Discog in 320 kps?
woah, i'm not sure how that happened- That's Rosa- I Mississippi you. a great album none the less but here's the actual album
Would anybody in this thread happen to be willing to fill a request for me? I'm looking for The Mount Fuji Doomjazz Corporation's discography but haven't had much luck finding it. Really, I'm just looking to find Succubus. Pretty desperate here. If anybody could help me out, it would be much appreciated.
Just Have Shades of Blue and Madvillain but I also have this comp that Stones Throw did with Adult Swim called Chrome Children where he is featured along with label mates.
pulled these from the archive
Rites of Spring - Rites of Spring
In the Flat Field
The Sky's Gone Out
Reposting two old shares I posted a while ago
>Marcel Dadi - La guitare à Dadi, vol 1, 2 & 3
>French guitarist from the 70s, fingerpicking style, country guitar, similar to Chet Atkins
>FLAC CD rip with CUE file
>Warning: the files aren't properly tagged, but I'm too lazy to reupload: vol. 1 is actually vol. 1 & 2, vol. 2 is actually vol. 3
>Ali Farka Touré and Toumani Diabaté - In The Heart Of The Moon
>African Blues recorded in Bamako, Mali
>reccing this hard
artist (4chan thinks the name is spam, its tagged correctly tho) - CDR (320 cbr)
>tr00 witch house
Sort of! kaoru nagisa is an emo violence band who have probably seen NGE.
Yndi Halda soon. pic related.
Yndi Halda - Enjoy Eternal Bliss (320 cbr)
>post rock, blows god speed out of the water IMO
>yfw you have a tripcode but are not a tripfag
You're a beautiful person.
Something is afoot. I keep getting this message. pic related.
LAKE RADIO - BLAIR (320cbr)
Eta on The Kodan Armada is like 3 mins
The Kodan Armada - A Collection of Songs (320cbr... as if it matters, its garagey emo violence recorded by people who didnt really know what they were doing. sill amazing)
Hi /mu/, I come to you for the first time ever today because I currently have an insatiable lust for good piano music, a genre I know very little about. I don't know how /mu/ feels about piano music, but I'm sure there are those amongst you who might be able to assist me.
The artist responsible for my newfound interest is a man named Erik Satie who was a French composer and pianist. According to wikipedia, his style is classified as 'minimalistic' as well as repetitive in nature.
To start the thread off, I will post a few of my favorite songs from Erik Satie, and in return I only ask that you post a few of your favorite songs from another artist whom you feel suit. However, if you don't have any music to provide in return, any level of conversation regarding the genre is welcome here.
(mods, if I am breaking any rules, please feel free to delete this thread. I however do not mean for this to be an /r/ thread, as I only intend to bring about the informal exchange of contributable ideas or information regarding pianists as well as the genre or relatable subject matter.)
Alain Goraguer -La Planète Sauvage (Fantastic Planet) 1973 OST
>ost, jazz, phycedelic
Akira Yamaoka - Silent Hill
>Ambient / Industrial
LUCIFEAR - ? m a s k s ?
>electronic, beats, cloud trap, witch house
v/?\v - ETERN?L DRE?M [EP]
>electronic beats, post-witch house, witchwave
FOURCOLON - ASCII PURITY
>electronic beats, trap, seapunk, vaporwave, witch house
90's bambino - GR?VSW?VS
>cloud rap, trap, spooky, 90s, gravewave, witch house, horrorcore
Gvcci Hvcci - wagged_Out_cuba_Divin-(DatPiff.com).zip 39.1 MB
>rap, rare, raw, dark, mixtape
LIL UGLY MANE - UNEVEN COMPROMISE
>memephis rap, beats, Artist's Best Work
M‡?c?ll? & V?LH?LL - M?LLEVS M?L?FIC?RVM
>Bloodwave, ebm, industrial, witch house
Requesting: Timmy's Organism - Rise Of The Green Gorilla
Been looking for this for a long time, it would be appreciated if someone could finally find it.
CVL† SH‡† - CVL† SH‡† 
>electronic, beats, witch house, drag, cvlt, rare
Walter TV - Appetite
>mac demarco's OTHER other band