>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.
Interacción was a duo formed in the early 80s in Madrid by Carmen L. Fernández de Velasco and Jose Luis Iruretagoyena , which worked in a multidisciplinary way with minimalist electronic music, image and texts through different methods , including amongst them Mail Art. Their works were distributed through channels parallel to the system such as sales by national and international mail and in the few specialised places dedicated to this type of music, and also through international collaborations on foreign compilations.
They released two cassettes: "Extensión de los Significados”, which compiled works from 1980 to 1983, and "Ancestrales” with sound material from the years 1984 and 1985. They also contributed to the sale and distribution of music tapes through Visión de Granada, and also of like-minded groups involved in the same scene.
Dead Man's Bones - Dead Man's Bones >Indie Rock, Chamber Music, Experimental, Choir, 2Spooky
An interesting, little-known experimental album by actor Ryan Gosling and Zach Shields, in partnership with a children's choir. Every song deals with the supernatural, and range from goofy to truly haunting. Not entirely sure what genre to file this under.
>Indie rock, Experimental rock, Electronic, lots of dub, krautrock, hip-hop, and world music/arabian folk music influence on this album https://mega.co.nz/#!0gRXgQLA!bNdxU-F8QDhpbr-ua3nWlG5-a4Pe94baBsFH6aUGPmU
>avant-garde, progressive composition, thematic improvisation >This is the second chapter in Okazaki’s compositional trilogy, where he mixes innovative and complex compositional techniques with the modern harmony and rhythmic figures. The pieces are enjoyable to listen to as music, but those interested in the compositional aspect will also find them very interesting to study.
Lee Konitz plays with the Gerry Mulligan Quartet (1953)
>cool jazz >This is the popular ‘pianoless’ Gerry Mulligan Quartet, joined by the enormously talented alto player, Lee Konitz. Konitz elegant sound fits right in with the laid-back, contrapuntal compositions of Mulligan’s quartet.
>math rock, experimental, free improvisation >This band utilizes influences from classic prog-rock acts like King Crimson or Zappa, but there are also elements of avant-garde and experimental artists like Captain Beefheart. The sound is ultimately rock, with overdriven guitars, repetitive basslines, and strong backbeats, but with complex, shifting-time signatures and song forms, as well as improvised solos and accompaniment, this album also draws some influence from classic avant-garde jazz players as well (especially from the keys player, Craig Taborn, who is becoming one of the most widely known pianists in contemporary avant-jazz.)
>post-bop >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.
Patato Valdes and his Latin Percussion Friends- Authority (1976)
>guaguanco, Afro-Cuban improvisation >Valdes was one of the percussionists who played on a number of great Latin records in the 50’s and 60’s. This album is heavy on percussion and vocals and features the stringed instruments quinto and tres in the traditional Cuban style of guaguanco.
>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.
>free jazz, post-bop >Alan is the brother of famous saxophonist and composer Wayne Shorter. This recording carries on the tradition of the classic Ornette Coleman quartet of playing semi-structured free jazz within the trumpet/sax/bass/drums setup.
Los Fabulosos Cadillacs - Fabulosos Calavera (1997) >Alternative Rock, Jazz Rock, Funk Rock, Ska >An experimental, yet very fun and accessible argentine rock album. DL: https://mega.co.nz/#!Q4kTVa5Y!Ze7A6SFJFzgcudVUabKGyEgrTPRjs2Y9cHc7LBGoRKc
>flamenco (flac, vinyl rip) >The liner notes discuss the fact that there are two distinct camps when it comes to flamenco guitar, the fast and fiery style which is popular with younger (in 1968) players, and Flamenco Lyrico, which was typified in the past by players like Ramon Montoya, and now Pepe Martinez.
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