Can we /SHARE THREAD/ now?
post anything you're into right now and find new music!
>Super Smash bros 4 soundtrack
i'm asking if anyone can post
>pond the practice of joy before death
its no longer in the catalogue );
Kenta Nagata & Shinobu Tanaka - Mario Kart: Double Dash!! - Original Soundtrack (2003)
>8-bit poop crap
Kenta Nagata - Mario Kart 64 Race Tracks (1997)
>8-bit poop crap
Friedhof - S/T (1971)
>Heavy Psych, Krautrock, Jam Band
Friedhof were a band that popped up in Germany during the start of the 70s.
The Hellacopters - Supershitty To The Max!
>Hardcore punk, not shitty
Literally everything remotely connected to the Decemberists except their shitty new album
BLUNTSIDE - 未来 THE FUTURE
>Instrumental Hip-Hop/Future Funk/Vaporwave
Mbaraka Mwinshehe - The Last Recording of Soloist National Mbaraka Mwinshehe & Orchestra Super Volcano
>Muziki Wa Dansi
Meaning ‘Dance Music’ in Swahili, this popular Tanzanian genre of music is extremely cheery and uplifting. Mbaraka’s obscurity is an outstanding example of the beautiful, sunlight-soaked polyrhythms that highlight the genre.
Anybody have Waikyoku by Shing02? I've searched the archive and found some discussion about it but it came up as a blank when I searched for a link. I haven't read the thread yet but when I do I'll try to satisfy some requests.
Le Mystère Jazz de Tombouctou - Le Mystère Jazz de Tombouctou
>Afro Jazz, Mande Music
Le Mystère Jazz de Tombouctou is the shining star of the world’s all-time greatest label, Mali Kunkan. An eccentric yet poignant voice leads charismatic and complex rhythm structures, while providing insatiable hooks and overwhelming measures of passion. I can’t say enough about this album, one of the greatest records to come from Mali’s golden age.
Nalle - By Chance Upon Waking
>Freak Folk, Psychedelic Folk
Almost like Joanna Newsom’s voice was re-warped and sung through a Swedish lens. Comparable more to Larkin Grimm and Natalie Rose LeBrecht. Very sharp and rough, but this works in the album’s advantage.
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Alan Namoko and Chimvu Jazz - Ana Osiidwa (The Orphans)
>African Folk Music
This nostalgic, emotionally passionate Malawian obscurity provides songs that, while in a language indecipherable, are deeply heartfelt, touching and compelling.
Noise - 天皇 (Tenno)
One of my fifty favorite albums ever, Tenno is at best described as ‘Avant-folk’, but in actuality is the equivalent of harsh drone made with a church organ and highly dissonant vocals. This is truly incomparable music of elite, mind-melting excellence.
Michael Northam + Jatin Vidyarthi - Golden Shadow
Strange, yet entrancing mix of field recordings, drone, and improvisation that culminates from India. Probably the first project of its kind from the nation.
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Lamp - ランプ幻想 (Gensou) (2008) 
>Japanese, Jazz, Shibuya Kei, Bossa Nova
Nurse - 1983-1984
One of the coolest compilations I’ve ever found, this all-female hardcore group from Japan accomplishes the perfect level of boisterousness.
Oiler - Missing Part One
In the vein of angry, noisy music, this is noise rock that is an overwhelming mix of abstract hooks and lo-fi production. I consider this group’s singular album to be one of the best from the genre.
Old Man Luedecke - Tender Is the Night
This is the antithesis to the previous two albums posted. Tender is the Night is an album of sweet, yet charming bluegrass songs with a Canadian twist. Doesn’t take itself seriously at all, and provides an easy, whimsical listen for happier days.
Oomp Camp - We Too Deep
>Southern Hip Hop, Crunk
A madly aggressive album, We Too Deep is music that goes HARD. Oomp Camp’s overproduced, flippant nature makes it the one of most zany mixtures of rap and crunk to ever come from the ATL.
Seamonster - The Ascension of Archibald Balloonhead
>indie rock, ITAOTS like
Orang-Utan - Orang-Utan
It’s everything you want in a 1970s psychedelic rock album. Sensuous love songs, tripped-out thematics and powerful electric hooks make this record an absolute blast from start to finish.
L' Orchestre national de Mauritanie - La Mone / Kamlat
>Afro-Jazz, West African Music
L’Orchestre National was a sentimental force in Mauritanian Music during the 60s and 70s, bringing a unique and cultured style of afro-jazz and filtering it through traditional Mauritanian roots. This quick single gives a proper look at the way the sound was developed.
Orchestre Régional de Mopti - Orchestre Régional de Mopti
Sorry Bamba’s original Orchestre, Regional de Mopti was essential to the sound that Mali Kunkan brought forth. I, personally, view Mali Kunkan as the single best music label in the history of planet Earth, and songs like Boro only further support this argument. If you have any slight, tangible interest in Malian music, this is a highly recommended record.
from the archive
At the Drive-In - Acrobatic Tenement  @ V0
>post-hardcore, indie rock, 1990s
Orchestre Super Borgou de Parakou - The Bariba Sound
The Beninese musical revolution was a unique one, and Super Borgou de Parakou was one of the finest musical groups to come from it, without a doubt rivalling the T.P. Orchestre. This Analog Africa compilation is strikingly psychedelic, with execution and consistency to back it up.
Andy Ortmann - Nightmania
As the title would imply, this is an extremely dark, evil-sounding album. The haunting field recordings are integrated strongly into crisp synth-work. An overwhelmingly cathartic sound.
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Yeah, it's mind-melting.
The best part, for me, where the EPs at the beginning, but the extra stuff lost its lustre.
It's a blend between that and contemporary folk, I think. Correct me if I'm wrong.
I used to trip, but I figured that it's antithetical to desire attention when I'm sharing music, because that detracts attention from the music itself.
Midori - ミドリ* – あらためまして、はじめまして、ミドリです。
>Japanese, Jazz Rock
DLed this morning off of recommendation and have been listening to it since.
Is any of their other stuff worth listening to?
Big Giant Circles - The Glory Days
>Neil Hamburger - Great Moments at Di Presa's Pizza House
>Neil Hamburger - Laugh Out Lord
Both of those archive links are dead.
Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe - Osondi Owendi
Osondi Owendi is an immersive, relaxing Highlife jam that sprawls over three, long, blissful tracks. Uplifting, soulful music from one of Nigeria’s most beloved musicians.
just found the term progressive bluegrass kind of funny and oxymoronic but you're right that's definitely folkish too.
if you want some more bluegrass I've been listening to john hartford a lot. from what I understand he's pretty famous in the bluegrass world so that might be a silly recommendation.
大友良英 [Yoshihide Otomo] - Cathode
The essential Ground Zero member and famed Japanese improviser releases his first for the Tzadik composer series, his gentle guitar abstractions contrast well-toned sine waves in striking fashion. If you want a quieter, more conceptual Revolutionary Pekinese Opera, Cathode will fit that role nicely.
Nah, Morning Bugle is a great album.
The Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band - 21st Century Molam
Molam is an integral component of Southeast Asian folk music, originally coming from Laos. Generally up-tempo, 21st Century Molam is not only a wonderful starting point for anyone interested in the genre, but an excellent example of what the genre has to offer. It has a surprisingly solid core for being such light-sounding music, which makes it simultaneously unapologetic and fragile.
Johnny Paycheck - 11 Months and 29 Days
Outlaw Country is best known for being a gritty, rock-influenced development from the roots of traditional Country, and Johnny Paycheck is one of the genre’s best at defining a rebellious persona. From sombre ballads to gritty jailhouse blues, Johnny Paycheck’s 11 Months and 29 Days is surprisingly soulful and gritty.
Pelt / Keenan Lawler / Eric Clark - Keyhole II
>Free Folk, Drone
The legendary Free Folk staples in Pelt make cathartic, sonically dense music that is thick with found sounds, some improvisation and an overarching tension that makes for an unforgettable listening experience.
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Anto Pett / Bart van Rosmalen - Playwork
This obscure Estonian duo of piano/cello makes for an impactful, if not eccentric, combination of improv. The rises and accelerations throughout this record are timed wonderfully.
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I didn't link that one, haha. That was someone else.
I know right? Definitely some of the greatest afro-funk I've found.
Player 1 & Bloody Bones - Underground Hitz
One of my fifty favorite albums of all time, Underground Hitz is a perfect mixture of poor recording quality and highly aggressive gangster anthems. The Memphis Rap sound has never sounded so complete.
Porter Ricks - Port of Transition / Port of Call
The Chain Reaction label proves itself as excellent through consistency, and this EP from Techno guru Porter Ricks is one of the best examples of the genre. Intelligent, yet urgent.
Tom Prehn Quartet - Tom Prehn Qvartet
Oh, it’s free, alright. This 1967 release sees the Danish group defying a lot of the most abstract improvisation at the time. It spends a lot of its time focusing on deconstructionist music, and the musicians play off of each other extremely well.
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So how does /mu/ feel about chance the rapper? I mean yea, on one hand he is popish hip hop. On the other, he's fucking hilarious.
Pure - Fetor
Of the Power Electronics scene in the 80s, this is probably the best cassette release I’ve found from it. The electronics are extremely noisy, but noticeably detailed, as well. It borders on experimental noise rock at times. Furious and unapologetic.
Giant Metal Share!!
Missing a few albums from this chart if anyone can oblige to help me fill it for the archive.
turn up the bass
Wow it really is. Odd sounding.
If You're An Angel, You Will Suffocate on Earth - What Can Be EP
>very unusual sounding pop music, experimental, catchy, depressing lyrical themes
idk what i find but i like
can you reccomend me the most druid shaman leprechan ritual pagan metal album from this chart or otherwise, most pagan metal I hear just doesn't fulfill my needs for hardcore shit that still sounds like odin music
Kivenkantaja - Moon Sorrow
It's my personal favorite, next time I camp up in the mountains its what I'll be blasting through the forest.
I mostly like it's symphonic element, if you want harder stuff go for melodic death metal.
Arzachel - arzachel
Lauren Bousfield - Locked into Phantasy
Shizuka - Persona in Heaven
>psychedelic, Noise (?)
That Handsome Devil - The Jungle Book
>Alternative, Jungle Book Covers
Yoran - Montparnasse
>Ambient, Experimental, /x/core
Im looking for Bands similar to Midori and 385
Hell yea, this is great. Jungle Book was such a dark movie, it really needed a cover like this.
The Black Belles sexy girls https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lfIyIMnACMQ
Jim Williams, Martin Pavey, and Blanck Mass - A Field in England
>soundtrack, ambient; worth listening to even if you're not familiar with the movie
>mediafire, zippy, download
Damn i love that one. Tho i love the isntrumental one more.
anyone got tame impala lonerism pls?
lel its pretty hard to find these kind of music,people from my country make some dope ass gamelans and shits but they dont appreciate it that much,its pretty sad
anyway this is the only thing that i can found about them
Gaffe Of A Lifetime - A Kingdom Of Loss
>Progressive electronic, experimental, some outsider house and techno, glitch.
Would request Alex Calder's Strange Dreams. The archive is empty.
The Soft Moon - st
Their new stuff is pretty good too.
Does anyone have of Montreal's "She's My Best Friend (The Velvet Underground Cover)" from their tour only version of "If He Is Protecting Our Nation, Then Who Will Protect Big Oil, Our Children?"
Anyone have an mp3 320 mega for this?
Someone sent me a FLAC dl link yesterday but I use iTunes almost exclusively
this is right before they drank the kool-aid.
Anyone have this? Mine's missing like 2/3 of the album </3
Different strokes for different folks.
Or the strange breed that seems to like getting rubbed every each way.
Musical sluts like myself.
and to contribute more (though I don't have any DL links)
Bob Baldwin, smooth jazz pianist, uses a lot of synth, but it's pretty decent.
no, why the fuck would you do what you're doing
this is a sharethread and if you've been here for more than a couple of seconds you know that means it's a download links thread, not a youtube link thread. no one cares about your recs to no one in particular, even less so when you dont even tag the genres
>"Oh anyone could find it, it's just easier for me this way"
The Growlers anyone?
Specifically Hot Tropics and their first album.
Will upload music once finished
/r/ing some good trip hop. Bonus points if you have anything like pic related. (Instrumental, smooth jazz, elevator music)
D/l is on the bandcamp page.
I'm sure you've heard of Nujabes, but if you haven't, definitely him. Other stuff like Blazo, emancipator, fat jon, some J dilla, Uyama Hiroto, Kenichiro Nishihara. Also I myself would like some more recs too.