I am bored so I'm dropping some shares. Please feel free to contribute if you have anything interesting.
fossils/darksmith - million year spree
noise, tape loops, industrial, mastered by jason lesalleet
gx jupitter-larsen - big time crash bang 2008
melodic power electronics, noise, loud
non - physical evidence
noise from 1982/noise rock from 1982
werkbund - neue rungholter tänze
early electronics, ambient, minimal, classical
robert turman - way down
underground synth punk from the 70's/80's. lofi as hell
no problem, just trying to get people into some different things than what's normally shared
larry marshall - queer and wonder
lofi poppy jams in the vein of casiotone for the painfully alone. please give this a listen, it's truly one of the most sincere things i've heard.
conrad schnitzler - silver
early german synthpop, spacey, reeks of old moog tones but somehow futuristic
birds of delay - the cut
heavy wall of sound ambient that (even though its noise) sounds like a shoegaze ensemble
wasteland jazz unit - space denial
noise jazz, similar to naked city but less structured
keith fullerton whitman - variations for oud & synthetizer
title says it all. mellow jams.
innercity - in fetal aura
jazzy modular synthesizer psych drone
hematic sunsets - aroma club paradox
i don't know how to describe this really, it's good as hell tho
youngsbower - relayer
despite the off-putting album art this album features beautiful arpeggios and synth pads and samples. good for listening to while you watch the snow fall
yves/son/ace - parade of thoughts/can't sleep
night people records (!), lazy synth psych, lofi, kind of creepy
holy shit thanks for sharing NON, anon!!
checkin all these out
Dividend - Synaesthesia
>shoegaze, indie pop, cool 90's vibes made in 2014
Gerardo Nunez- Calima (1998)
>Nunez is a Spanish guitarist and one of the best in nuevo flamenco, which mixes traditional flamenco guitar with North American improvisational styles as well as Caribbean and Brazilian music influences.
Michael Formanek- Small Places (2012)
>progressive mathematical composition, free improvisation
>Led by bassist Michael Formanek, this quartet performs tightly structured music based on interlocking patterns and then expanded upon with tight, synchronistic group improvisation that relates closely to the themes presented in the composed material.
Chico Hamilton Quintet featuring Buddy Collette (1955)
>uniquely instrumented, contrapuntal compositions and improvisations
>This is a live recording of the innovative quintet made up of woodwinds, cello, guitar, bass, and Hamilton on drums. The compositions are intricate and creative, blending blues-based improvisation with classical counterpoint, Eastern modes, and free improvisation.
Does anybody have the new Divine Styler? Preferably in VBR.
Gabriela Montero- Bach and Beyond (2006)
>Baroque influenced thematic improvisation
>Pianist, Gabriela Montero is originally from Venezuela and became interested in classical music at a young age. Unlike most classical pianists, she has continued the tradition of improvisation that used to be required of composers and musicians. On this release she interprets Bach’s themes with her unique style of improvisation.
Johnny Dyani- Song for Biko (1978)
>avant-garde improvisation, African influences
>Originally from South Africa, bassist Johnny Dyani relocated to Sweden in the 70’s where he continued to record interesting music with American jazz greats, as well as fellow expats from Africa. This record combines interesting compositions with adventurous solos.
Jesse Stacken- Bagatelles for Trio (2011)
>contrapuntal composition, free improvisation
>This is a series of compositions for piano trio. The music sounds more classically influenced than jazz, but the compositions open up to very free improvisations based on the themes presented in the pieces.
Larry Young- Lawrence of Newark (1973)
>fusion, space-funk, free improvisation
>Organist Larry Young always showed a willingness to experiment and push the boundaries and this 1973 album was recorded at the height of the fusion craze and captures his very unique and free take on fusion.
Pierrick Pedron- Cheerleaders (2011)
>progressive rock, experimental sax-led fusion
>Pedron is a French alto saxophonist who grew up listening to classic jazz, as well as classic progressive rock. This album mixes all of those influences, along with a tendency toward experimental electronics and free improvisation.
Yuka Ijichi - Peanuts Butter