Let's share some music!
Massive Attack - Protection  @ V0
>trip-hop, 1990s, electronic
shared this before in a past /noise/ thread, but since more people would also be interested in it in general, here it is
Droughter / Across - Split  (MP3 320)
>noise, a side project (Across) of Lil Ugly Mane's for those who really want to listen to all he's done
The Beatles - Revolver - 1966
>Psych-Rock, you've probably heard of them...
The fact that so many books still name the Beatles "the greatest or most significant or most influential" rock band ever only tells you how far rock music still is from becoming a serious art.
Jazz critics have long recognized that the greatest jazz musicians of all times are Duke Ellington and John Coltrane, who were not the most famous or richest or best sellers of their times, let alone of all times.
Classical critics rank the highly controversial Beethoven over classical musicians who were highly popular in courts around Europe.
Rock critics are still blinded by commercial success: the Beatles sold more than anyone else (not true, by the way), therefore they must have been the greatest.
Jazz critics grow up listening to a lot of jazz music of the past, classical critics grow up listening to a lot of classical music of the past.
Rock critics are often totally ignorant of the rock music of the past, they barely know the best sellers. No wonder they will think that the Beatles did anything worth of being saved.
King Creosote - From Scotland With Love
>Indie Rock, Folk
Super Furry Animals - Radiator
>Britpop/Neo-psychedelia/Power Pop. Essential album is you are into these.
Black Santa - Sorry If This Is Weird
>summery emo, modest mouse and yo la tengo had a math rock party on the beach
sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u65ukU0h1AI [Embed]
Whoops. Should be Tangela Tricoli - Jet Lady
>Singer/Songwriter, New Wave
Homeshake - In The Shower
>the (ex) lead guitarist from mac demarco's band has his own band, and it's much smoother and sexier
sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=70I6a39jDX0 [Remove]
LVL UP - Hoodwink'd
>sounds like the dude from interpol singing over a jangle pop pavement
sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVscnDpfkH0 [Remove]
Kay the Aquanaut - Waterloo 
>Underground hip-hop. Conscious-political Canadian rapper, beats with very good production value.
David Bowie - Hunky Dory - 1971
>Glam-Rock, with folk influences. Bowie's 4th album and a personal favourite.
Deux - Decadence  
>killer compilation of this France minimal synth band, lovely vocals in both English and French backed by some very delicious synth jams
Sully - Blue 
>electronic, jungle, dnb, experimental, breaks
Giant Claw - Dark Web
>experimental, juke, plunderphonics, like R Plus Seven sped up and mixed with 90s r&b
d Laika - That's Harakiri (2014)
>grime, electronic, experimental
Grim - Folk Songs for an Obscure Race  
>power electronics, industrial, folk, compilation of the works of Jun Konagaya, aka Grim
Trío Aguilillas - Sones of Mexico (1950) 
>son jarocho, son huasteco
>traditional Mexican folk with influences from both Spanish and Indigenous music, played mainly with small guitar-like instruments but also harps occasional violins and a wealth of percussion instruments, the music is known for its "bold rhythmic structure" carefree lyrics and improvised nature , ~300 listeners
Boureima Disco et le Super Bonkaney - Gahame bani (2004) 
>funky lo-fi dance pop from Niger with left-field electronics and polyrhythmic beats courtesy of some cheap old drum machines, too much fun, under 90 listeners
They hired new writers and artists around the time the movie came out.
The new Spongebob is now a unfunny censored new-age Rim and Stimpy.
Gesaffelstein - Aleph (2013)
>Industrial Techno, Tech House, Electro House, 320kbps
sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oRSijEW_cDM [Embed]
Dr Dre - The Chronic (1992)
>west coast hip hop, gangsta rap
M83 - Dead Cities, Red Seas & Lost Ghosts
>Dream Pop, Electronic, not good
Tacoma Radar - No One Waved Goodbye
>Slowcore, Dreampop, Alt-Country, Beautiful female vocals
Guerilla Maab - Rise
>gangsta rap from houston
Posse - Soft Opening (2014)
Ancient Methods - First Method [AM-1] (2007)
Ancient Methods - Second Method [AM-2] (2008)
Ancient Methods - Third Method [AM-3] (2009)
Ancient Methods - Fourth Method [AM4] (2009)
Ancient Methods - Fifth Method [AM-5] (2010)
>hard-hitting abstract industrial techno
Ugandan Methods - Sixth Method [AM6]
Ancient Methods vs. Adam X - Cardiac Dysrhythmia EP
Ancient Methods vs. Kareem - Exstinctio Conscientia [FLAC]
Fyre - Fyre III, IV, and VIII
>underground rap, west coast, essential listening for Death Grips fans, this was Stefan's group before he became MC Ride
>the only one I like of these is VIII, keep in mind that they're very amateur rap albums, cranked out within a month of one another. III and IV are shittier than usual. All in 192 kpbs, but are 128 transcodes.
Fyre - Fyre III
Fyre - Fyre IV
Fyre - Fyre VIII
>The Rippingtons - Almost Complete Discography
>Easy jazz, local-on-the-8's core
>Basically Kenny G, proto-vaporwave
CHAOSMOGONIC RITUALS OF FEAR
>Finnish doom-metal, Eldritch Horrorcore.
>Secretly assembled during the years, the album is a 78-minute opus of obscure avant-garde prog metal, abysmal dark soundscapes and frightening
blackened space-doom courtesy of the Finnish avant-masters AARNI and UMBRA NIHIL, the cosmic-ambient psychonauts JÄÄPORTIT (FIN) and the
mysterious space-doom project CAPUT LVIIIm (ITA).
>This download comes with a complimentary folder of the comic that the album art came from. It's in French but there is a .txt of translations.
can someone upload this jewel?
I swear I can't find it in v0 or 320... and i'm not a torrent guy, too.
BIG THANKS IN ADVANCE!
Alright, I know requests aren't appreciated in these threads but I'm sure someone's got it.
/r/ing RL Grime - Void
Here's something that might be worth looking into in return
>Electro, brostep, druid occultism/satanism-core, attempt at spooky dance music, inb4 edge