New sharethread since the old one is dead.
Aphex Twin/RDJ Full Discography (320): https://mega.co.nz/#F!hp8lHaDI!ErtB4xx-zSlu9u-_LmfP0w
Keiji Haino - Ama No Gawa
Blindside Recordings presents Wide Angles [Compilation album, 1999]
>Hip-Hop, Jazz Rap, Old School Hip-Hop, Underground
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.
Alright guys the EP is three tracks, from initially skipping through them it sounds like there's one dark ambient track and two IDM tracks. There's also a JPG that I can't get to open so I feel like there's some fucked up shit about to happen
The Verve - Verve EP (1992)
>Indie rock, neo-psychedelia, shoegazing space rock, dream pop
This has the full length versions of Gravity Grave and She's A Superstar instead of the edited versions which were included on the original release due to lack of room on the vinyl for the full tracks.
Beck - Mellow Gold
>a twisted southern underworld of folk, hip hop, and noise
Goldie - Ring of Saturn EP (1998)
>Electronic, Drum and Bass, Intelligent/Atmospheric Jungle, Hardcore Techno
Many argue that this hour long mini-album was Goldie's unofficial apology to his fans for the overly pretentious two and a half hour long flop that was "Saturnz Return", the long awaited follow-up to his seminal 1995 debut "Timeless".
Ring Of Saturn may have been Goldie's act a of reassurance, letting those who not moved by Saturnz that he was still very capable of delivering the goods.
AyGeeTee - Imminent Orphan (2014)
>Electronic, Experimental, Techno
Please buy if you like it.
The Pernice Brothers - Overcome By Happiness (1998)
>Indie Rock, Folk Rock, Chamber Pop
The Verve - No Come Down
>Compilation of B-Sides and Rarities
>Indie rock, Psychedelic rock, shoegazing, space rock, dream pop
Galaxie 500 - Uncollected
>Compilation of B-sides, rarities, outtakes, and demos from 1987 - 1991
>Indie Rock, Slowcore, Dream Pop, Shoegaze, Ambient Rock
for, like, 80s Seattle music scene or a compilation record in general?
Honestly, pic related has the same kind of sound and style to it (it kinda sounds like what the bands on Secretions tried to sound like), except with a ton more music and is available right now. The record label (Sarah Records) has a lot more interesting story to it, as well (whereas C/Z Records just plain went out of business). The only thing one would want from Secretions is to say they have some tracks from some bands that no longer exist and can't really be found anywhere else other than on Secretions.
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.
Weather Theatre- Dusk
>80s Seattle music scene, singer trying super duper hard to be Jim Morrison
Dr. Lonnie Smith- The Art of Organizing (2009)
>organ jazz, soul jazz
>The good doctor leads a traditional organ trio (organ, guitar, drums) on this record and shows off his remarkable taste on the instrument. The music is mostly in the hard bop, soul jazz style, but what makes Smith stand out is his talent for utilizing the wide variety of sounds and dynamic contrasts the Hammond B-3 of which the Hammond B3 is capable.
The Dirtbombs- Ultraglide in Black (2001)
>garage soul, rock, funk
>This rock band from Detroit plays soul and R&B covers with an energetic, punk-influenced sound. The covers span artists like Sly Stone, Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson, and Stevie Wonder.
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.
Clifford Brown - Memorial (1956)
>Jazz, Bebop, Hard Bop
Recorded in 1953, but not released until 1956, shortly after 25 year old Clifford Brown passed away in a tragic car accident. This is a severely underrated album and I highly recommend it, even if you're not a huge fan of jazz.
Tonbruket- Nubium Swimtrip (2013)
>progressive rock, fusion
>After the unfortunate death of Esbjorn Svensson and the dissolving of the Esbjorn Svensson Trio, the bassist, Dan Berglund started this group. “Tonbruket” translates to “tone workshop” and the group explores the influences of classic progressive rock with unique instrumentation, influences of world music, and a spirit of improvisation.
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.
Outkast - ATLiens (1996)
>Hip-Hop, Southern Hip-Hop, Conscious Hip-Hop
Andres Segovia- The Baroque Guitar (1990)
>Often cited as one of the greatest guitar interpreters of classical music, Segovia interprets some well-known and some lesser-known pieces by Baroque masters such as Bach, Frescobaldi, Purcell, and Handel.
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.
Yosvany Terry- New Throned King (2014)
>Cuban Arara, Latin Cantos, Afro-fusion
>Saxophonist Yosvany Terry composed this music based on cantos from the Arara, a secretive spiritual brotherhood in Cuba and Haiti. The music mixes these rhythms and chants with jazz-based improvisations and harmonic functions for some extremely creative and engaging music.
>None of the SAW II ones have stone in focus
Alex Sipiagin- Destinations Unknown (2011)
>long-form composition, post-bop, fusion, free improvisation
>Sipiagin is one of the most talented trumpet players and composers around today. This album showcases his compositions with complex, contrapuntal compositions that have extended, multi-sectional forms. The compositions lead into improvisations that are extremely dynamic and free, with a very high level of interplay from the entire band, which consists of some of the brightest improvisors in contemporary music.
Scientist Meets the Space Invaders (1981)
>A classic dub record produced by Mikey "Roots" Scott & Linval Thompson and mixed at King Tubby's studio. An offshoot of reggae, this dub record takes its inspiration from classic arcade games.
>mfw the past few sharethreads people were defending post-bop spammer saying that it isnt spam and that anons just didnt like jazz and were trying to be kill joys
I mean, after swedespammer and gorespammer, it becomes pretty fuckin obvious what is spam and what is someone genuinely sharing music they like. post-bop spammer is just the same as swedespammer and gorespammer.
Face Candy- Waste Age Teen Land (2011)
>improvisation based rap
>Led by Michael Larsen (a.k.a. Eyedea) this group plays acoustic, improvised music with rapping provided by Larsen and Kristoff Krane, accompanied by bass and drums. Unfortunately Larsen died before this recording was released, making it the group’s last.
>being shills for a spammer
It's like ya'll WANT karen to come back.
Might as well get started for her
Akira Yamaoka - Silent Hill
>Ambient / Industrial
The Kingston Trio (1958)
>This is the self-titled debut from one of the defining and iconic folk bands.
De De Mouse - A Journey To Freedom
>Japanese, Electro-House, Electronic, Breakcore, Acid-house
The Twilight Sad - Nobody Wants To Be Here and Nobody Wants To Leave
>Flac, Shoegaze, Scottish, Emotional, Drowned In Sounds AOTY 2014, not discussed often enough on /mu/
/r/ anything Squirrel Bait that isn't the 1984 demos and anything King Kong
Don't really know if I'm doing this right, just couldn't find this album in the archive so I decided to pick JP a physical copy and share it.
It's not the music, it's the fact that the spammers do the same thing every time. Using zippyshare is what swedespammer does, and they NEVER interact with the thread. Just post their stuff over and over again, usually using the same albums every time (which makes it spam). I've seen this guy in multiple share threads sharing the same thing over and over again and usually a non-spammer will talk or respond to a post at least once, which the spammers never do. If the guy who's posting these zippyshare albums responds to this post or another post, I'll know it isn't spam. Until then, the poster is acting exactly like how swedespammer and gorespammer acted in terms of posting habits.
My belief that it's a spammer has NOTHING to do with the music itself.
U2 - Boy (1980)
>Alternative Rock, Post-Punk, New Wave
the endless bitching by the same 2-3 people in every thread is far worse than any spamming i've ever seen
Here you go bud
Bright Eyes - I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning
>Folk I think, I've never heard it
>If the guy who's posting these zippyshare albums responds to this post or another post, I'll know it isn't spam
lol if i post as anon how would you know whether i respond to anybody else or not?
anyway i find it kind of amusing how mad you get about this so you can keep complaining and call me a spammer if you want. won't stop me from sharing music I enjoy or from downloading other shares that look interesting and it bumps the thread so keep doing it if it makes you happy
If you spam your Silent Hill shit, you could at least post the bitrate!
Well, I don't think you are the spammer because you didn't post one of your albums. Post one of your albums and respond to me, then I'll be quiet. It's all you have to do.
Unless of course you're just the shill who is samefagging trying to white knight for the spammer, because the spammer won't do anything except consistently post his spam.
Gillian Welch - Time (The Revelator)
but if I were the "shill" couldn't I just get one of my links from the archive and post that?
but anyway... just to humour you how about one that I've never shared before?
Franck Vallaint- Raising Benzine (2014)
>experimental fusion, avant-garde
>Since the music is led by saxophone some would maybe describe it as jazz but it probably has more to do with experimental post-rock
t h i s t r a c k f u c k i n g w h e n
You think I'd forgotten?
>if i can't any more than history lesson or maybe between the two then how do you expect anyone else without even having a chance to listen or not?
None of what you just said makes any sense
rename primitive.jpg to primitive.wav
import into audacity
pic related, can't tell what it says though
Blue Sky Black Death - Glaciers
I have a bajillion album, request anything from me and ill see if i have it
oh sorry :)
It's just that two years is a long time for looking for something I wasn't sure you knew. It also has a cd on the page if that is available to you.
When I was talking about bajillion albums I didn't mean uber obscure shit, about the same level of obscurity as the shit I already posted. Thanks for asking though, sorry I dont live up to the expectations I set for myself i guess
fuck off bitch i know how to convert but too lazy and i don't care much about flac.
pic related is how i feel when ur mum gives me a good suckin
here now stop your whining
Burqa Boyz - Miami Arab Emirates
>Hip hop, experimental
Beneva Vs. Clark Nova - Sombunall (2008)
>Norwegian Glitch, IDM, Electronic
Takagi Masakatsu - Coieda
>Japanese, Glitch, Folk, Ambient, Mod-Classical, Really bright and vibrant mix of lots of different sounds
Cokiyu - Mirror Flake (2007)
>Japanese Ambient Pop, Dream Pop
well this is upsetting
Boyfrndz - Breeder
It's not a remotely good album though.
Tenniscoats & Secai - Tenniscoats & Secai
>Hazy Japanese Electronic Ambient Pop
Kek, yeah I noticed that a while ago when someone posted that other album. Sombunall is a really unknown album so I guess it's not surprising that someone else ended up using the same photo as well.
Requesting Jun Togawa -Tamahime Sama.
anyone have a DL link to their "All Day Pass" album?
i used to bump the hell out of that album but my libraries was deleted and now its on their page for monetary values
ill be ur pretty bf
Not my link, but here:
Black Light Dinner Party - Sons and Lovers
Oh No Ono - Eggs (2010)
>danish baroque pop, odd vocals, experimental
Chromatics - Night Drive (2007)
Cardiacs - The Seaside (1984)
>why don't you know Cardiacs? just listen
bored so i decided to upload a bunch of shit i have in my downloads folder. all of them are either v0 or 320 mp3s
Caroline Says - 50,000,000 Elvis Fans Can't Be Wrong (2014)
>lo-fi dreamy rock
Ferrari Jackson - Lush (2011)
this one's the web version from the culture dealer site (i think)
>experimental beat tape by alex from run dmt
Black Santa - Sorry If This Is Weird (2014)
Menomena - Under an Hour
>three piece instrumental, experimental composure, post-rockish
Cold Cave - Cherish the Light Years  @ V0
Cold Cave - Love Comes Close  @ V0
Lovage - Music to Make Love to your Old Lady by
>mike patton, dan the automator, Jennifer charles
Masaki Matsubara - 流字夢サンド (1978)
>japanese jazz-fusion, very funky
MRR-ADM featuring Malcolm Catto - Untitled (2008)
Peter Holsapple and Chris Stamey - Mavericks (1991)
>jangle pop from two of the dB's, stamey was also a collaborator with mitch easter and big star's chris bell
Clock Tower OST [SNES] https://mega.co.nz/#!D5hgyZya!Lz9vNSAU2Gh7CXpOmIPk-6xhKS1Q4MXzHQ7wJIKN2Ho
Clock Tower OST [PS1] https://mega.co.nz/#!Sh5wSR7T!wW3qLn6cWiIlfFtaJFRMptHpGAcvmhPIgKiQF0Wu3yc
Personally, I prefer the SNES version
Chief Keef - Nobody 
>drill, experimental hip-hop
Woo Park - Smokes (2014) mp3 (one in archive is FLAC)
>Psychedelic soul, jazz
David Dondero - South of the South
>Singer/songwriter, amazing lyrics
Get into his shit quick before he pulls a Molina and drinks himself to death in Indianapolis.
Travis Morrison - Travistan
>indie rock, p4k gave it a 0 and ruined his career-core
Punk ass bitches were bitter Dismemberment Plan broke up, gave the album a 0 as a joke I guess. The majority of the review is making fun of him and calling him a bitch and stuff. People take p4k too seriously so nobody would go to shows or buy it. Damn shame
I could never find a copy of this online, so I bought it.
I have this EP I want to upload, should I do it in FLAC or Mp3 320?
Big Black - Songs About Fucking
Sonic Youth - Daydream Nation
DFA1979 - You're A Woman, I'm A Machine
Ex Models - Zoo Psychology
The Coughs - Fright Makes Right
The Jesus Lizard - Goat
Melt-Banana - Fetch
Dinosaur Jr - You're living all over me
Velvet Underground - WL/WH
Sonic Youth - Goo
Butthole Surfers - Electriclarryland (If that counts)
That's just the albums I own.
Who's in charge of the Vaporwave folder? Are they ever gonna update it?
Had it saved in my likes. This is definitely the pic used.
Bjork - Fireworks [Bootleg from 1998]
>Electronic, Rock, Pop, Experimenta;
A collection of sweet B sides, promo songs, alternate versions and some classics.
This is a compilation put together to raise money when Japan got BTFO by the earthquake and tsunamis a few years ago. This compilation includes 64 artists each contributing a song for a total of almost 5 hours worth of music. The collection of artists includes: Fennesz, Noveller, OPN, Grouper, Jefre Cantu-Ledesma, Ben Frost, Tim Hecker, Oren Ambarchi, Mountains, Jackie-O Motherfucker, Elm, Akron/Family, Lawrence English, and a bunch more. Full tracklist and artist list is here: http://www.antiopic.com/catalog/an012
Various Artists - Benefit For The Recovery In Japan (2011) 
Kerri Chandler - Mood EP
>Deep House, Born in NJ
Requesting Vampillia if anyone has them, can't seem to find all of their stuff, especially their main albums.
Batfinks - Towards The Pipet
Don't know what else to classify it as
(This is MP3 320, FLAC will come later)
Slowdive - Pygmalion (1995)
>more experimental, sparse, ambient and droney than prior Slowdive albums
>vbr averaging 215 kbps
here is a fraction of my library if anyone wants to make recs, though the other 70-80% isn't sorted into separate folders unfortunately
got some shit for ya /mu/
>Norwegian synth-pop with an Afrobeat influence, only sing in Norwegian, a-ha really likes them
Ivadell - The Young Design (2013)
>Post-hardcore from South Carolina
anybody got this?
hammock - chasing After Shadows... Living with the Ghosts
I just found a larger artwork for this so embed it in if you want.
Slowdive - Pygmalion Demos (1995)
>Dream Pop, Shoegaze
I'm not that guy, but here:
Raum - Event of Your Leaving
>Ambient, Drone, Grouper & Jefre Cantu-Ledesma collaboration
Bjork - The Golden Unplugged Album [Bootleg from 1999]
>Electronic, Rock, Pop, Experimental, Live
Lve recroding from The Warehouse, Toronto and the Cambridge Corn Exchange