Hi, I'm gonna post some albums again
Wyatt, Atzmon, Stephen - For the Ghosts Within
> Robert Wyatt revisits some old work, explores some jazz standards and there's also some original material; backed up by sax and strings
please don't request in my thread, kudasai
Mogil - Ro
>Icelandic folk; contemporary arrangements in the style of traditional Icelandic folk music, some noteable jazz influence
Lead Belly - Midnight Special
>requesting in a sharethread
>vague ones at that
Various Artists - 任天導師セガソニー
>obscure mid-90's japanese hardcore/rave comp, for fans of Machine Girl
Imoutoid - ADEPRESSIVE CANNOT GOTOT HECEREMONY
No Name - Strike EP
>hardcore, speedcore, terrorcore, flashcore apparently
Trio Miyazaki - Saï-Ko
>trio of koto, accrodion and violin; fresh blend between French and Japanese folk music
Various Artists - Diagonal Rave Tapes
>5x cassette compilation documenting a single live event, consisting of /bleep/, /bloop/, /dark/ and /noise/ material
Isao Tomita - Pictures at an Exhibition
>rearrangements of the Moussorgsky piece on synthesizers
V/Vm - Sick Love
>The Caretaker doing vaporwave 10 years before vaporwave
Shibusashirazu Orchestra - Shiburyu
>free jazz, big band; very energetic (the sample's a slow song, 'cause it's the only
sample 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Q42M_THT1w
Leaf - Made Into Itself
>trip-hop; (instrumental)-hip hop; downtempo
Leaf - Rooted from within
Folium - Demonstrations
> trip-hop, down-tempo, side project from some of the members from leaf; female vocals
Enemy Soil - The Ruins of Eden
>grindcore, hardcore, members of pig destroyer/ agoraphobic nosebleed, did a split with Pg.99
>includes live tracks and godly minor threat cover
Die Hoffnung - Love Songs
>Math rock, noise rock, indie
>marburger brothers of I Hate Myself fame, mathier than IHM but simar lyrical themes
Pg.99 - Discography
>hardcore punk, OG emoviolence
>holy fuck what is wrong with you downloathis shit immediately
Yaphett Kotto - The Killer Was In The Government Blankets
>hardcore punk, more OG skramz
Rostropovitch & Richter - Sonatas for Piano and Cello no1 to 5 (Beethoven)
>kinda speaks for itself, they're both very established perfomers
sample pt2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZ7F7-oVqs0
Machinedrum - Vapor City Archives
>electronic, drum and bass
Fútbol - Papá se va a Japón (2008)
>Experimental rock, art rock. Fun little 18min album. Power trio with guitar, violin and drums.
Vladimir Horowitz - Horowitz Plays Scarlatti (Domenico Scarlatti)
>sonatas, baroque, ...
I am happy you enjoy it.
Nils Okland & Sigbjorn Apeland - Lysoen (Hommage à Ole Bull)
>(neo)classical; violin together with or piano or harmonium; trarrangements from norwegian traditionals and compositions from ole bull
>very haunting and melancholic, u can smell the fjords
Atrium Musicae de Madrid - Tarentule - Tarentelle
>medieval folk dances played at festivities, but also on courts
Kara - Bunretsugo
>solo piano compositions, minimalism, ambient, neoclassical
Claudio Monteverdi - L'Orfeo (Philip Pickett, New London Consort
Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown
Dirge - And Shall The Sky Descend (2004)
>Post-metal, doom metal, atmosludge from France
Bandcamp for only €5: http://dirgeparis.bandcamp.com/album/and-shall-the-sky-descend
Requesting the track "Boys Latin" by Panda Bear.
Have a Nice Life - The Unnatural World (2014)
>shoegaze, post-punk; USA
>sounds like the cover picture through a wall of soft noise
Crywank - James is Going to Die Soon
The Telescopes - s/t (reissued as Untitled Second)
> Psychedelic Rock Revival
The beguiling psych-revival release arrived in 1992 under the radar and the
bare outskirts of chart suceess. An anomaly to the band's excessive, perhaps
abrasively edgy debut, the Telescopes' self-titled sophomore is an excercise in
songcraft drawing from the psych and shoegaze aura reminiscent of early Verve
and Loop (sharing a split EP in 1987). Restrained and acoustic, the album's
songs remain more timeless, though obscure, than the contemporaries of the
shoegaze genre. Highlights are the energetic single "Flying" and "Spaceships",
but especially the folk-driven "The Presence Of Your Grace".
Astor Piazzolla - Persecuta (1977)
>Tango nuevo. Criminally overlooked album by the master and reinventor of the genre, among my favorites. As usual with Piazzolla's work, heavily influenced by jazz and classical music.
The Bruces - The War of The Bruces
Though part of a number of alt-country projects, The Bruces' Alex McManus, being behind Lambchop and Bright Eyes, never gained any momentum from his independent solo releases in the early 2000's. His second album, after the invisible folk release Hialeah Pink, gained only vague traction - a disjointed lyrical roadmap through an image of a decrepit midwest backwater.
Filed under the alt-country label, most highlights, including the tracks "Do Si Do" and "The Cold War", are reminiscent of a more upbeat Vic Chesnutt - McManus' close collaborator. The following tracks remain a unique variation on the genre.
Soda Stereo - Dynamo
>Shoegaze, Neo-Psychedelia, Alternative Dance
>Godtier shoegaze from Argentina, stellar album from the band fronted by Gustavo Cerati, whose solo discography is also worth checking.
no, it's the fact that it's really simple "difficult" music. there's not much conceptual basis behind most of it and despite a lot of the shares being engaging pieces there's an emptiness to all of them. i think >>52319218 really hits hard here. yeah good things are discussed in academic settings but these pieces alice is posting are about as lifeless as the textbook they may as well be from.
It would make my Christmas if anyone had Perfect Hair
I think it mainly comes from the fact that someone will more than likely only listen to the music once, if even that. I mean, it's not exactly stuff you'd keep coming back to. It's like one only gets it so they can say they have heard it and have it in their collection.
Busdriver - Perfect Hair
every day is Christmas when you use the archive(archive.rebeccablacktech.com/mu/), anon!
Hey guys, I was just wondering if any of you had a link to either Fragile or The Yes Album.
In return I have links to the following albums, let me know if you are interested in one or more and I will post:
Antonio Carlos Jobim - Wave
Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti - House Arrest
Autechre - Chiastic Slide
The Beta Band - The Three EPs
Boards of Canada - Tomorrow's Harvest
Cardiacs - The Seaside
Herbie Hancock - Sextant
Igor Stravinsky - Petrushka, Fireworks, Rite of Spring
Kettel - Whisper Me Wishes
Miles Davis - On the Corner
Public Image Ltd. - First Issue
Public Image Ltd. - Metal Box
Simon & Garfunkel - Sounds of Silence
Soft Machine - Third
Soft Machine - Fourth
Thelonious Monk - Solo Monk
Come on, at least post his Madrigals.
John Dowland - First Booke of Songes or Ayres (Anthony Rooley, Consorte of Musicke) (1597)
>English Madrigal school, lute songs
I've got Fragile, Feel free to post any of those (have never heard of Kettel before though, sounds interesting).
I would appreciate Fragile. Here's the Kettel album, let me know if you would like any others.
Kettel - Whisper Me Wishes 
>Electronic, Abstract, IDM
La La Larks - Ego-Izm
>Japanese electronic rock, lead singer from School Food Punishment
Alright, here it is then. And thanks for the share.
Yes - Fragile (1972)
>English progressive rock, symphonic prog, An essential in the genre.
John Escreet- Sabotage and Celebration (2013)
>progressive composition, free improvisation
>Pianist John Escreet takes influence from avant-garde jazz greats like Cecil Taylor and Andrew Hill, but he also takes elements from classical composers too. This album highlights his compositional skill, with a regular band plus a string quartet, for music that is very intense and energetic. The improvising is equally intense, and the piano solos are particularly abstract and free.
John Abercrombie- Cat ‘n’ Mouse (2002)
>modern creative, ECM
>This was guitarist John Abercrombie’s first recording with this quartet, which he would continue to record with throughout the 00’s. The instrumentation features Mark Feldman on violin, along with drums and bass, creating a really interesting and unique sound.
Sahib Shihab and the Danish Radio Jazz Group (1962)
>hard bop, avant-garde
>This recording comes from Shihab’s time spent in Europe. He played as a sideman on a number of great recordings in the 50’s, but this is one of his best albums as a leader. His interesting charts for medium-sized ensemble lead to even more interesting improvisations.
Gurdjieff- Piano Music played by Thomas De Hartmann (date unknown)
>solo piano, vinyl rip
>George Ivanovich Gurdjieff was a Russian author and spiritual leader, who also wrote music inspired by his beliefs. This is a vinyl rip of some of his compositions for solo piano, very much inspired by late Romantic composers, as well as early impressionsim.
Lionel Belmando- European Standards (2012)
>third stream, post-bop
>This is a saxophone trio, playing fairly straightforward post-bop. The inspirations for the music, the “European Standards,” are interesting versions of popular compositions by the great European composers.
Digging this, thanks
does anyone have pic related? pls and thx
and since it's a share thread, I will also share
STABSCOTCH - E L D R I T CH
>hardcore punk, powerviolence, doom metal
Woody Shaw- Cassandranite (1965)
>This is one of Shaw's earliest recordings as a leader and he plays with a group of some of the best 60's players. Herbie Hanock, Joe Henderson, Joe Chambers and even Larry Young plays piano on two tracks.
Charles Lloyd- Sangam (2006)
>avant-garde, jazz, world
>Allaboutjazz.com reviewer Matt Cibula probably summed it up best with his quote-“this album captures the three grooviest motherfuckers in the world, all playing together perfectly, and it deserves some serious consideration as what ESPN would call "an instant classic.”” Lloyd plays a variety of woodwinds (as well as percussion and piano) with Harland and Hussein contributing on a wide variety of percussion as well. It’s groove-based improvisation with a world-jazz tinge.
Eddie Palmieri- La Perfecta (1962)
>Latin, salsa, guajira
>Later in his career pianist Eddie Palmieri would go on to be one of the best at mixing traditional Latin styles with jazz harmonies and improvisation but this early record stays very traditional in the Cuban tradition of dance music. There are several styles represented here—mambo, guajira, pachanga, and cha cha cha—it’s an early example of the music that would introduce the salsa craze of the 70’s.
Marion Brown- Afternoon of a Georgia Faun (1970)
>avant-garde, free improvisation
>Anybody familiar with the free jazz scene of the early 70’s will be familiar with most of these names. Each side of the album is an extended improvisation piece, with the musicians contributing to the texture and shape of music, rather than taking individual solos.
Esborn Svensson Trio- Plays Monk (1996)
>piano trio, post-bop
>EST is a Swedish piano trio with a very modern style. This album is their take on some of the legendary pianist, Thelonious Monk’s more memorable compositions.
Ari Hoenig- Punkbop: Live at Smalls
>A live recording of a quintet led by drummer Ari Hoenig. The group includes some of the biggest talents in the current jazz scene, and they play energetic, rock-influenced jazz with extended, adventurous improvisation.
Charlie Parker and Lennie Tristano- Complete Recordings (2006)
>This is a compilation of all the recordings that Bird and Tristano recorded together, including a couple amazing duet recordings. Unfortunately on some of the quintet and sextet recordings Tristano doesn’t get to solo but these recordings are still a treasure.
Orrin Evans- Easy Now (2005)
>post-bop, free jazz
>One of the most unique and versatile pianists around, Orrin Evans recorded this record in 2005 and it is one of his most free and adventurous. It was a tribute to his father who passed away that year, so there are several ballads dedicated to him, but the playing stays consistently exciting, adventurous and free.
Hedge Wizard - More True Than Time Thought
Does anyone have Arm's Way by Islands? I can't find it on rutracker, mutracker or the archive which is weird because I could have sworn that Islands was at least sort of popular, considering they're basically the successor to the Unicorns.
Soul Coughing - Ruby Vroom
>improvisational jazz grooves, oddball samples, hip-hop, electronics, noisy experimentalism, deep slacker jazz
Does anyone have the new Craig Charles Funk and Soul Club album (vol 3)?
Sharing a few things in return:
Simon and Garfunkel - Sounds of Silence
>Folk Rock, not in the archive for some reason, this version has some bonus demos
Why? - Live March 17 2008 at Spanish Moon
>Hip Hop, Indie Rock, Live bootleg from just after the release of Alopecia
Alias - The Other Side of the Looking Glass
>Hip Hop, Experimental, Conscious i guess?
not really sure how to use mega so let me know if this link doesnt work
I posted all these in the Hypnagogic Pop/Lo-Fi general thread earlier, but it looks like it might 404 some time soon.
Both of Pacific Rat Temple Band's (one band James Ferraro was in) releases:
-Tan Kim (Boa Paradise) 
-Wave Rave Pt 1: Skelesand Extra-Earth Morph 
>Lo-Fi, Exotica, Surf, Hypnagogic Pop, Drone
Sleep ∞ Over - Self Titled [Cassette, 2010]
>lo-fi, synth pop, ethereal, bedroom rock, female vocalist
Infinity Window (Oneohtrix Point Never & Prehistoric Blackout) - Artificial Midnight 
>synths, psych-drone, lo-fi
Infinity Window (Oneohtrix Point Never & Prehistoric Blackout) - Trans Fat 
>synths, psych-drone, lo-fi
Prehistoric Blackout (Taylor Richardson) - Wake Up Dead [Cassette, 2008]
>drone, noise, lo-fi
Tropic of Cancer - The End of All Things 
>lo-fi, ethereal, new wave, post punk, industrial, drone, female vocalist
Oneohtrix Point Never - Young Beidnahga [limited CDr, 2009]
>psych-drone, synths, abstract, experimental
Dean Blunt - The Narcissist* [limited CDr, 2011]
>drone, lo-fi, r&b, hypnagogic pop, drift, leftfield, abstract
>(*not to be confused with "The Narcissist II", the re-cut/re-edited 2012 album release of "The Narcissist" split into tracks, with additional material and many details/elements that differ from the original CDr release. It's this anon's humble opinion that the original is superior in many ways)
(more to come, continued in next post)
Inga Copeland - Higher Powers 
>dub, lo-fi, leftfield, pop
James Ferraro - Citrac 
>lo-fi, drone, synths, soundscape, industrial, retrofuturism, rhythmic noise
James Ferraro - Multitopia 
>lo-fi, drone, synths, industrial, soundscapes, dystopian, abstract, noise, ambient
Emeralds - Dirt Weed Diaries Vol. 1 [limited CDr, 2006]
>psych-drone, synths, ambient, experimental
Emeralds - Dirt Weed Diaries Vol. 2 [limited CDr, 2007]
>psych-drone, synths, ambient, experimental
Hype Williams - Junt / Deez Ruins You See [Cassette, 2010]
>lo-fi, dub, psychedelic rock, drone, noise, improvisation, leftfield
That's all of it. If anyone has a copy of Prehistoric Blackout's (Taylor Richardson) "Stone Reaper" please upload it and share the love, I can't find a working download anywhere and soulseek turned up nothing. I really enjoyed Wake Up Dead and his stuff with Daniel Lopatin as Infinity Window, so I'm jonesing to hear Stone Reaper.
I'm just kidding, I have Dan Bodan
Dan Bodan - Soft @ 320
Chet Faker - Built on Glass @ 320
Chet Faker - Thinking in Textures EP @ 320
Chet Faker - Lock Jaw EP (Feat. Flume) @ 320
Lemon Demon - I Am Become Christmas
>synth pop, christmas
Merry Christmas /mu/
thumbnails of all the albums
Hi could you or anyone share some Hella? All I've been able to get out of the archive is there's no 666 in outer space. I loved it. I want more, or just noisey math rock like that?
Yo, Hold Your Horse Is is there.
Hella - Hold Your Horse Is
>Essential Math Rock with Zach Hill from Death Grapes
Thoes anybody have NAOYA MATSUOKA & WESING - The September Wind? I cant find it anywhere
Can anybody help me with finding this?
Utopia 2 OST by Cristibal Tapia de Veer
Been searching since ages.
More like this please, I need more obscure 90's jap rave shit.
[spoiler]I'm not machinegirl[/spoiler]
[spoiler]I'm not machinegrill[/spoiler]
Dividend - Synaesthesia
>shoegaze, cool 90's indie vibes, 2014
Jefre Cantu-Ledesma - A Year With 13 Moons
>drone veteran, a founding member of experimental post-rock group Tarentel and The Alps, "Continuing its predecessors infatuation with shoegaze textures and searing noise, A Year With 13 Moons is an album of bittersweet love songs produced using electric guitar, modular synthesizer and drum machine", I'm fucking adore this album
Not my upload.
this is a spreadsheet with all the links for albums released at Comiket 86
Not quite 90's but it is jap rave shit
Shlohmo - Bad Vibes
requesting but not sharing anything