There wasn't one. Now there is!
>Stella Luna - Stargazer [FLAC]
>great shoegaze EP, just dl it
>Radiohead Live at Bonnaroo 2006 [FLAC]
>one of Radiohead's best performances, with perfect soundboard quality
Dinosaur Jr. - Green Mind
>indie rock, pretty underrated
>Hoover - The Lurid Traversal of Route 7 [FLAC]
>post-hardcore, dischord records
No Joy - Wait to Pleasure (2013)
>shoegaze, dream pop maybe, female vocals
Sui Generis - Confesiones de invierno (1973)
>Folk pop, folk rock. Sui Generis' second album, band fronted by Charly García. Beautiful, damn beautiful album, a mayor improvement from debut, on both the songwriting and instrumentation, with addition of flute and brass/string sections. The sweetest melodies you'll ever find mixed with psychedelic undertones, the nostalgia and innocence on the lyrics and vocal delivery and the jazz and progressive influences soon to be widely explored on their final album. I frankly couldn't recommend this more.
I love this one.
Los Dynamite - Greatest Hits (2006)
>Indie rock, post-punk revival. Not actually a greatest hits album and outside the the “Los” on the name and a song in spanish, not a single trace of this guys being Mexican. Post-punk inspired Indie rock/dance-punk ala Franz Ferdinand, Civil Civic, Interpol.
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.
Haruka Nakamura - Curtain Call (2014)
>Japanese, neo-classical, some folk and jazz influence, piano-based
This album is absolutely beautiful and I recommend it to anyone who likes his previous albums or even piano music in general. If you like this, check out his album Twilight as well.
Swirlies - Blonder Tongue Audio Baton (1993)
>shoegaze, noise pop, lo-fi indie rock
>overlooked but essential if you like of those genres
Girls - Father, Son, Holy Ghost (2011)
Get Up Kids - Something to write home about
link in the archive is dead
>badass soundtrack from a badass game. Could literally listen to the opening song on repeat while going on a horseback ride through Chicago hood.
Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper (real 320)
So I have stuff I want to upload, but I want to know if I use my mega account to upload shit what's the worst that could happen? Can they like shut down my account? are there strikes like youtube?
Thanks, I was afraid I would lose all of my account if I decided to share.
Here's what I'm going to upload. I'll have all this uploaded tommorow or the day after.
Batfinks - Towards The Pipet (ep)
https://mega.co.nz/#!dtgWESSD!QRROCZiTX_qVuf8snjbhwB_LW2igoFulLp6z8Acp9KE (320kbps mp3)
Upped this the other night.
This is a compilation put together to raise money when Japan got BTFO by the earthquake and tsunamis a few years ago (Don't worry, Kojima was alright) 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)