Let's share some albums friends.
Requests are ok but try to share something if you want to make a request.
Jessie Ware - Tough Love (2014)
>A really chill laid back R&B/Soul Album. It doesn't play with any experimental things, but it works with instrumentation in a nice way that makes it an enjoyable listening. Strong voice. I'm listening to it right now, and it is quite serene.
Casual T – Prescriptions for Love (1982)
--Rare Jamaican funk/boogie album with a few absolutely perfect tracks, like the sample.
Wayne Shorter - The Soothsayer (RVG Reedition)(FLAC)
Savath y Savalas - The Predicate (Dub Version)
>glitchy as fuck wall-of-sound ambient meets world music and folk, very highly recommended
NOTE: The sample is the only part of the album on Youtube so it isn't very representative of the overall sound.
Now for some stuff I already posted in other threads.
Ashrae Fax - Static Crash
>Ashrae Fax was a little-remembered Greensboro band that was either way too late for the heyday of post-punk or just in time—if a bit distant from urban fashion centers—for their cagey electroclash-era revival
contributing with some shit because i rarely ever do, sorry
True Detective unofficial soundtrack
>self-explanatory; compilation of 46 tracks that featured on the show
Jimmy Giuffre- Tangents in Jazz (1955)
>cool jazz, third stream
>Giuffre plays a variety of woodwind instruments and brings a unique contrapuntal approach to cool jazz. The approach is similar to that of the classic Gerry Mulligan quartet, but with Giuffre switching between different woodwinds, each tune has a unique texture.
Holiday: Bob Brookmeyer Plays Piano (2001)
>piano trio jazz
>Brookmeyer was known in the jazz world mostly as a trombonist and arranger, but here he plays piano in a trio setting. Because of his lack of piano “chops” his playing is extremely unique; it’s remarkably colorful and relies very much on simple, but abstract melodies. In some ways it’s reminiscent of Monk.
Dave Ballou- Dancing Foot (2004)
>free jazz, post-bop
>Continuing to push the envelope, Ballou presents his adventurous music here with the unique instrumentation of trumpet, 2 basses, and drums. Ballou’s music and approach to improvisation is unique in and of itself, but the concept of two bass players gives this music an even more interesting sound and concept of harmonic freedom.
Nydwind - Eternal Winter Domain
>atmospheric, black folk metal
>perfectly creates a feeling of bleakness, dark winter and cold
>similar to Ulver - Bergtatt
Ralph Stanley - Shine On
>southern gospel / bluegrass
>pretty old-time, especially the vocals
>a lot of variety on this album, some gospel songs, some bluegrass songs, some ancient folk tunes
J.J. Johnson, Kai Winding, and Benny Green- Trombone by Three (1949)
>Three of the greatest trombone players of the 40’s collaborated for this great record. They do mostly interesting original bop tunes, with a few standards mixed in. A great example of trombone bebop.
Eric Watson- Jaded Angels (2006)
>piano trio, European jazz
>Eric Watson is a French pianist who plays with a unique sense of harmony that gives this trio’s music a very open, free sound. The harmony is almost completely nonfunctional, so the music almost sounds as if it is being improvised freely, but close listening will reveal that much of the music is actually carefully composed.
David Binney- Bastion of Sanity (2005)
>jazz, rock, free jazz
>Binney’s music blends elements of rock and metal music with the improvisational leanings and instrumentation of jazz. Binney has incredible skill on the alto sax, but it is his distinctive approach to improvising and his creative compositions that set his music apart.
Joe Henderson and Woody Shaw- Jazz Patterns (1970)
>Henderson and Shaw were two of the greatest on their respective instruments throughout the 60’s and 70’s. This is a chance to hear them stretching out on solos with a great backing band of George Cables, Ron McClure, and Lenny White.
Archie Shepp and Niels Henning Orsted Pedersen- Looking at Bird (1980)
>duet jazz, straight ahead, bebop.
>The great avant-garde tenor player and the great bassist playing duet versions of Charlie Parker tunes. Shepp was known mostly as a free jazz player, but here he keeps things fairly structured, with moments of playing outside the form.
No one has this right, impossible to find?
David Virelles- Mbókò: Sacred Music for Piano, Two Basses, Drum Set and Biankoméko Abakuá (2014)
>modern creative, spiritual jazz, Afro-Cuban
>Pianist David Virelles takes influence from his native land of Cuba and translates the traditional music of the Abakuá religion and interprets it with modern jazz sensibilities, producing music that sounds both traditional and sacred, and adventurous and modern. Between the dark harmony of the piano, the two double-basses, and the unique timbre of the Biankoméko drum, this is a very innovative and original record.
David Axelrod- Heavy Axe (1974)
>soul, funk, jazz
>This is a great blend of funky, jazzy soul. Axelrod includes some of his own interesting pieces but also does some great covers of tunes like “You’re So Vain” and “Cast Your Fate to the Wind.”
Chris Potter and the DR Big Band- Transatlantic (2011)
>big band, progressive jazz
>Chris Potter is usually known for his incredible playing more than his composing, but this album showcases his exciting and multi-layered compositions for large ensemble. The music is very much influenced by rock, but stays varied and gives Potter plenty of room to improvise over his creative music.
>Impossible to find
For a pleb like you, yeah.
Dave Holland and Pepe Habichuela- Hands (2010)
>Dave Holland is one of the most ubiquitous bassists in jazz, and in 2010 he collaborated with Spanish guitarist, Pepe Habichuela to record an album in the flamenco tradition.
Grachan Moncur III- New Africa (1969)
>post-bop, free jazz
>Trombonist Moncur leads an all-star group of musicians through a set that stays mostly in the realm of modal post-bop, but with a lot of free improvising. The group includes Roscoe Mitchell, Archie Shepp, Dave Burrell, Alan Silva, and Andrew Cyrille.
The Dave Brubeck Trio featuring Cal Tjader (1949)
>cool jazz, Latin jazz
>A live recording of cool jazz pianist Dave Brubeck joined by multi-talented percussionist Cal Tjader for interesting versions of jazz standards.
Adventures- Clear My Head With You
I Kill Giants- s/t
I'm sure you're a cool guy if you have these albums or not
Jeremy Pelt- Insight (2003)
>A great set of free-leaning post-bop from an extremely talented sextet. Each of the players contributes a unique sound to the improvisation, and the dynamic of the group as a whole really makes this record special. Recommended for fans of Miles’ second quintet, Herbie Hancock, John Coltrane, Wayne Shorter, etc.
Billy Hart- Enchance (1977)
>post-bop, free jazz.
>Brilliant tunes that blend exciting compositions and very loose, free but always engaging improv. Eddie Henderson, Dewey Redman, Oliver Lake, Don Pullen, Dave Holland, Buster Williams, and Thabo Carvin.
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard - I'm In Your Mind Fuzz 
>Australian, Psychedelic Rock, Surf Rock
Joel Frahm- Live at Smalls (2011)
>Joel Frahm has the melodic vocabulary and technique to compete with the best tenor players out there, but he also has a soulful, earthy tone that gives his playing plenty of character. This is a great live recording of his quartet captured at Smalls Jazz Club in NYC.
can an american friend upload this onto mega? it's a free mp3 of badbadnotgood reinterpreting future islands' waiting on you. it won't let me get it since i am not in america.
John Escreet- Exception to the Rule (2011)
>avant-garde, free jazz
>Pianist John Escreet mixes intense and chaotic free jazz and elements of minimalism and electronic music, for a very unique album. Alto saxophonist David Binney is the perfect choice for interpreting Escreet’s busy and abstract melodies.
DMX Krew - 100 Tears
>Acid, techno, lot like Ceephax or The Tuss
Dax J - Atlantis
>German techno, bleeps
Joe Henderson- Multiple (1973)
>fusion, free jazz, avant-garde
>This album was recorded as Joe Henderson was phasing out of his more free jazz phase, and into his more fusion phase and it captures the best of both worlds. Amazing adventurous solos, over psychedelic, electric grooves, sometimes with almost a spiritual quality to the music.
Clockwork & Avatism - Conducting the Method EP
>House, Techno, bleeps
Clarity - Hell's Gate
>Bass, DnB, dubstep, ambient
Dark Sky - Rainkist
>Techno, ambient, moody, 4 remixes of the original mix by masters Dettman and Trevino
Fats Navarro- Nostalgia (Released 1958, Recorded 1947-49)
>Trumpeter Fats Navarro is another jazz legend who died at a tragically young age. This recording captures him in his prime and following in the footsteps of his hero Dizzy Gillespie, with intense bop numbers, but also proving capable of a more relaxed, melodic style of playing.
Trampique - The Voice of Color
>Ambient, techno, dubstep, future garage
>Each track is named after a color in a synesthetic sort of way
Arandel - Solarispellis
>Techno, experimental, kind of chiptuney at parts
B12 - Electro-Soma
>Techno, IDM, bleeps
>Lots of fun, a Warp classic
Alex Sipiagin- Mirages (2009)
>For those not familiar with Sipiagin, he’s one of the most gifted trumpet players and composers on today’s jazz scene. This is one of his more straight-ahead records. This music is very much influenced by the 70’s recordings of Woody Shaw and Freddie Hubbard, largely due to the inclusion of pianist Mulgrew Miller, who often played with Shaw. There’s a very high energy level throughout the whole record.
Atom™ - Ground Loop
Chevel - Tank/Beavine
>Techno, minimal, dat bassline damn son
Facta & Hodge - Spheres of Costa Rica / Visions
>Techno, house, tribal theme, bass
Clare Fischer- Surging Ahead
>cool jazz, bebop, piano trio.
>Fischer has the melodic and rhythmic sensibilities of Lennie Tristano mixed with the subtlety and harmonic complexity of Bill Evans
Headless Ghost - Swept Illusions
>House, dreamy and ethereal yet upbeat, almost trance
>I really enjoy this
Graze - Soft Gamma Repeater
MRSK - Absomnia
Chick Corea- Circulus (1978)
>free jazz, avant-garde jazz
>This quartet would come to be known as Circle, and is made up of four extremely heavy hitters in the jazz world- Anthony Braxton, Chick Corea, Dave Holland, and Barry Altschul. This is some of the more free and chaotic music that Holland or Corea ever participated in, and their skills and instincts for the music transfer well to this challenging music.
Kenny Wheeler- What Now? (2005)
>An absolutely stellar quartet (with no drummer) playing Wheeler's compositions in an extremely intimate setting. The strength of the players and their sense of compatibility with one another keeps you from ever missing the drums.
I had my doubts but was intrigued by your description, and sure enough that sample kicks ass.
This sounds like recent Wire, really digging it
Always been fascinated by flamenco, reminds me of Gerudo Valley
I'm not going to pay for an account on one of their jew sites so I figured I'd do anon a favor and allow much faster downloads of the ones I liked. Plus open doors to other anons
The Hacker - Love-kraft Pt.2
Hail Mary Mallon - Bestiary
since it's not the archive
Grendel - Timewave Zero
>Aggrotech, Industrial, Harsh EBM, cyberpunk
>includes second disc of remixes, lucky you
Wolves in the Throne Room - Celestite
>Black metal, atmospheric, ambient, bit like Agalloch innit
Andrea - Space Formula
In honor of the Pop Group's upcoming new album, I'll share all of their releases that I have
Pop Group - Y
Pop Group - For How Much Longer Do We Tolerate Mass Murder?
Pop Group - We Are All Prostitutes
Pop Group - Trap (live)
newish live-only track, unfortunately not on the tracklist for Citizen Zombie
I've got a lot of noise rock and post-punk albums on my computer, I'll upload requests if you have them
Les Claypool's Duo De Twang - Four Foot Shack
>funk, "country," folk, bluegrass
Les Claypool doing his demented take on country. Mostly cover songs, including a top notch version of "Stayin' Alive."
Yes I do.
The Fall - Slates
>post punk, garage punk
yes a lot of it. I strongly recommend you listen to the samples, it's what they're for.
Off the top of my head, Clockwork & Avatism is one, as well as Dark Sky - Rainkist and Clarity - Hell's Gate.
Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1
>soundtrack, pop, rock
Adventures - http://www.mediafire.com/download/bdwybt8zo4e46zu/Adventures+-+ST.zip
Clear My Head With You
Mala - Mala in Cuba
>Dubstep, 2-Step, Uk Garage.
hey, sorry for the two anons that wanted some albums two days ago internet got out and me too. here is the stuff you wanted
Oliver Nelson - The blues and the abstract truth
with Bill Evans, Eric Dolphy, Roy Haynes, Paul Chambers. if this lineup still isn't enough for you then I don't know what it takes
Horace Silver - Doin the thing at the village gate
with Junior Cook, Blue Mitchell, Gene Taylor and Roy Brooks
and for the other anon :
Jimi Hendrix experience - Live Royal Albert hall 1969
usually considered as one of the best recorded Experience shows. Hendrix heads will surely do well out of it
Dave Scott- Nonchalant (2009)
>post-bop, free jazz
>This quintet, led by trumpeter Dave Scott, plays very loose, very free music, but they do it with a rare sense of subtlety and restraint. If you’re looking for loud chaotic music, this isn’t for you, but the group’s more reserved approach leads to plenty of exciting interplay that reveals itself with close listening.
first of all it's not the jazzmen's job to create cover arts
and secondly if you're only looking at labels with notoriously insignificant albums covers as ECM and Criss-Cross it's no wonder you despise it. read a bit about Blue Note's cover art history it may radically change your point of view
sorry I was afk reading. here you go
Jackie McLean - Action action action
with Bobby Hutcherson, Cecil McPhee, Charles Tolliver and Billy Higgings
oh I don't deny it is a great cover of course
iirc Wolff's made most of Hancock's photographs as he was still Blue Note's graphist at the time
as for Brubeck's and Mingus' covers I know Neil Fujita did some neat ones (such as Time out or Mingus ah um) but I dont know a lot about him, I only came across his work in a small exhibit
anyone have this album?
Max Romeo - A Dream
>Indie dance rock with some electronic aspects
>c h i l l
Requesting anything by Cerberus Shoal (I can't find any good links anywhere for some reason) and anything by Angst (excluding Mending Wall)
Vision / Escape - Dead World EP
>very drony with textures
no problem man
have a last one before I go to lecture
Intercommunal free dance music orchestra - Vol. 1
communist (even if it fortunately doesn't show up in their music) jazz ensemble lead by François Tusques, one of the pioneers of french free jazz. here you will find a collection of tracks with influences ranging from afrobeat to orient and traditionnal brittany singing. a fun listen and definitely a curiosity to discover
John Coltrane- Offering: Live At Temple University
>Jazz, Free Jazz, why-don't-you-have-this-yet-core
>That concert where Coltrane puts down the saxophone and starts singing
>Inspired Michael Brecker to really start taking music seriously
Same Guy, but if anyone was anything in the following list it would be greatly appreciated.
PLEASE NOTE; My computer absolutely fucking hates mega so nothing will download from there. Obviously then, zippyshare or mediafire are preferred.
DJ Lenar- Re:PRES
Tafese Tesfaye- Zemana Getem Derasi
The Cherry Blossoms- s/t
Linc Chamberland- A Place Within
Ptôse- Early Recordings 79-83
The Shadow Ring- Life Review (1993-2003)
Annapurna Devi- Debut Surbahar Recital
Godspeed You! Black Emperor- Peel Session
Swans- Kill The Child
Swans- Love Will Tear Us Apart-single
Ariel Pink- Kraftwerk/Experiments
Ariel Pink- Kids On Drugs
Ariel Pink- The Nile Pan pt. 1-11
Einstürzende Neubauten- Lament
>Industrial, Experimental Rock
>Concept Album About WWI
mewithoutYou - Blood Enough For Us All (2000)
>screamo, rare as fuck
>mwY's first EP, hugely different from everything else they've ever done - spastic and heavy. Must listen if you're into their other work.
This is low quality in the archive, so I thought I'd share it in 320.
The Pop Group - We Are All Prostitutes
>gritty, aggressive post-punk; funky
>collection of singles and what not, really great. You know what The Pop Group sounds like.
Sarah Records - How To Floor You With A Popkiss 
>Fan compilation of 75 selected tracks from now defunct indie pop label Sarah Records. Personal favorite.
You know neo/mu/ is when we started getting fuckload requests instead of shares, right friend?
I am capable of filling most requests but I ABSOLUTELY refuse to if you don't share anything.
Just pop back and grab an album you like in the archive it isn't hard you don't have to upload shit share new music christ.
Sweet Trip - Velocity : Design : Comfort
>this is a fantastic experience of an album. If you've never listened to any album with glitch elements, this is a good place to start. Infuses glitch, shoegaze, and even some disco and other influences into one album. Awesome for new listeners and old listeners alike.
Sumo - Divididos por la felicidad (1985)
>Post-punk, Reggae. Debut album by the argentinian band fronted by the italian Luca Prodan, who after spending years in the UK where he worked at EMI and was heavily influenced by bands like Joy Division (hence the album title), Public Image Ltd, The Clash and Ian Dury, he settled in Buenos Aires and delivered a couple of great post-punk albums.
Robert Pollard - Not in My Airforce (1996)
>Indie rock/pop, Lo-fi. First solo album from Robert Pollard, it's pure gold as much as most of the stuff GBV related released during the 90s.
Wire - Read & Burn 01 (2002)
>Post-punk. The first Wire release on the 21th century. Heavier, noisier, it's pretty impressive for a band with 30 years of trayectory to keep changing their sound.
Pescado Rabioso - Artaud (1973)
>Folk rock, Psychedelic rock. Their final album, entirely written and composed by Luis Alberto Spinetta due the other members leaving because of artistic differences. It’s often hailed as the seminal Argentinian rock album, both by critics and the general public and one of the brightest moments in Spinetta’s career.
Los Planetas - Super 8 (1994)
>Shoegaze, Indie rock, noise pop. Spanish band los Planetas first album. This one is my favorite of them. Like a poppier shoegazier version of Dinosaur Jr. with vocals in spanish. Highly recommended.
>Pop Group - For How Much Longer Do We Tolerate Mass Murder?
Anyone got Jedi Mind Tricks-violent by design?
Breach // It's Me God
>Hardcore, extreme metal, greatest album by the greatest hardcore band to ever exist
>Listen to Flying Lotus song
>The song's basic but the production
>Look up Almendra
>Download their whole discography after hearing A Estos Hombres Tristes the whole way through
>Love that song far more than anything Lotus has ever done
uploaded some stuff up there
Shrimp Boat - Cavale
Beauty Pill - Cigarette Girl From The Future
Gorky's Zygotic Mynci - Spanish Dance Troupe
His Name Is Alive - Livonia
any TRIPLEFASTACTION you have
any Kitchens of Distinction other than Strange Free World
Now that you mentioned them, here's also Almendra's s/t with some top-tier bonus tracks.
Almendra - Almendra (1969)
>Psychedelic pop/rock/folk. Almendra's debut, first band fronted by Luis Alberto Spinetta. Gorgeous, bright and at times melancholic pop rock songs and a few heavier jams, one of the first proper rock albums from latinamerica and one of the best. A forgotten 60s psychedelia classic.
Blindside Recordings presents Wide Angles [Compilation album, 1999]
>Hip Hop, Jazz Rap, Old School Hip Hop
Features De La Soul, Mos Def, Talib Kweli, and Grap Luva (brother of Pete Rock) among an assortment seriously underrated underground East Coast and West Coast hip hop artists from back in the day.
I don't really know what genre you'd call these guys, but I've been enjoying this album a lot lately.
It's kind of comparable to the less depressing side of Carissa's Wierd.
Pygmy Lush - Old Friends: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NoO0QmTiwdc&index=9&list=PLD386A8121D91591D
The Natives - Last of the Natives (2014)
>hip-hop, afro-futurism, west coast vibes, similar to MF DOOM but brighter and looser
>brief album with no guest spots or hooks, just sparse one-two beats slugged through the noided lens of an immigrant once ejected from an Adult Swim Q&A for asking how long Mike Tyson planned to play a coon in his new tv show.
>Slapp Happy - Casablanca Moon
>Nimal - Voix De Surface
>Stump - A Fierce Pancake
h-here you go friend!~~
theres 80 links in the archive
DOES ANYONE HAVE EMPEROR X'S "ORLANDO SENTINEL?"
ill share a few things not in the archive real quick
Blue Cranes - Swim
>2013, jazz-fusion, a lot of improvisation, really awesome band instrumentation and you should all check it out
all the links were killed off in the archive, so im putting it up for the masses
it really is a great album and the sample is beautiful
Do you or any of you guys have a download link to Chest Flattener?
alright, sure. here's something i like a lot.
>indie rock, interesting sound and awesome vocals
Bones Domingo - S/T (2008) [vbr]
>Experimental, lofi, trip-hop, sounds like being in a dark basement at 2 in the morning.
I know the thread is winding down but if anyone has Whitehouse by Paul Dee' Laek that would be awesome. Checked Ru, Slsk, and the catalog and found nothing.
Fischerle - Hidden Lake Club
>Experimental drone, noise, dub, techno
Cassegrain - Centers of Distraction
>Techno, ambient, dub
Franck Vigroux - Centaure
>Harsh noise, experimental, techno
Takuya Matsumoto - EKR's Galactic Dance
Chloroplast - Sewer Gator 
An odd album my friend and I found at a local Good Will a few years back. At the time, I lived in Montana, and I think it could have been locally made. It's partly hip-hop, partly techno and partly lo-fi. It's more or less just a novelty to me now
should i upload Bestiary?
Privacy - Hypertext
>Any Vivian Girls that's not Share the Joy
>Any Front 242
>Any Joie De Vivre
>Any Bachelors of Science
>Voltaire-To the bottom of the sea
>808 State - 90
I'll take /r/'s if you see something you like
>>51728650 <---My library
it feels good to contribute, especially stuff that's not on the archive.
I hate sharethreads that devolve into requestthreads. I've discovered so much good music from totally random shit on sharethreads, they should never be so shitty.
/r/ing Crack the Skye by Mastodon
Caladan Brood - Echoes of Battle  @ FLAC 100% log/cue
>atmostpheric black metal, epic black metal, summoning worship done well