Ian William Craig - A Turn of breath
op here (im new to this so please gimme a break)
Anoice - into the shadows
>neo classical post rock
still op here
Lawrence English - wilderness of mirrors
come on guys
worlds end girlfriend - Seven Idiots
>post rock experimental electronic
Spring Heel Jack - Treader
>Drum and Bass, Electronic
Treader has a markedly high music per second squared ratio coming from an extremely high-energy pace and thick layers of repetition.
George Stavis - Labyrinths
This is a powerful masterpiece by Stavis, especially considering his awe-striking banjo talent has deservedly won him comparisons in musicianship to Fahey. Each note is plucked with a virulent intensity, as if his life depended on it.
doin a great job op. really like some of these. will upload some when ill get back home
Walter Steding - Walter Steding
This is not just any no-wave artist. This is a no-wave violinist who designed his own goggles to light up with his music using a biofeedback device in the 1980s. The noisy jams on this album are just as cool.
Demetrio Stratos - Cantare la voce
>Experimental, A Capella
Cantare La Voce is another highly unique avant-garde NWW list find. The entire album is made with extreme experiments with the human voice, purposefully designing gut-wrenching textures while challenging musical direction as a whole. Recommended for those who want a dose of ‘strange’ to their library.
Suburban Knight - My Sol Dark Direction
My Sol Dark Direction is a more polished, refined look at Detroit Techno, with wispy, yet complete soundscapes being juxtaposed with compelling bangers. It’s an aesthetic that’s simultaneously wholesome and inviting.
Sunburned Hand of the Man - Jaybird
>Psychedelic Rock, Jam Band
I’ve heard over three thousand releases in my short 18 year life, and Jaybird is one of only five I can list as being subjectively ‘perfect’. This is an exhilarating journey of an incomparable nature, the sheer variety and intensity of the album can easily replace a single tab of LSD to an attentive man. Some tracks here have an engrossing sense of chaos, but the truly elite tracks are the ones that take a stronger influence from Free Folk and Post-Rock, developing based on riveting musicianship involving percussion and guitar. This album has been with me through legendary experiences, sober, high, and on enough psychedelics to kill a horse. The relationship I developed with it is something I wish for everyone to experience with their favorite albums.
Sun Ra - A Fireside Chat With Lucifer
A sharethread would be remiss without Sun Ra. One of my favorites from his grandiose discography, A Fireside Chat includes the classic, ‘Nuclear War’, along with a dramatically free-flowing 20 minute improv jam to end side B.
Sunshine Has Blown - Sunshine Has Blown
>EAI, Free Folk
Not long after I shared the first one, this is the other 5 star album that I desire to share. Sunshine Has Blown reinvented my perspective on music, not only did my understanding of EAI spawn directly from my adoration of this highly complex achievement, but it showed me an entirely new way to approach the digestion and appreciation of sound. It slowly develops absolutely gorgeous sounds and textures from nothing, and goes from the most heavenly moments to the deepest depths of darkness within minutes, all the while feeling innately natural in the transition. This album truly sounds exactly like its title.
Super Biton de Ségou - Le Super Biton National de Ségou
>Afro-Jazz, Mande Music
Standing tall in the history of Malian music, this Mali Kunkan gem sings powerful songs of morality, pertaining to gender equality and the prosperity of communal love. Biton de Segou is considered by many to supersede Le Mystere Jazz, Kénéstar de Sikasso, Sidi Yassa de Kayes, and even Kanaga de Mopti, having won the 1974 and 1976 Malian ‘battle of the bands’.
Surface of the Earth - Surface of the Earth
Surface of the Earth is an album that excels with a subtle attention to detail. It has a forceful gradient of harsh textures juxtaposed with quieter sound experiments, flowing with a powerful sense of imminence. Great music to walk around downtown late at night to.
Andymori - Hikari (2009)
>japanese indie rock
>I’ve heard over three thousand releases in my short 18 year life, and Jaybird is one of only five I can list as being subjectively ‘perfect’.
From this sentence alone, I can tell, that I hate you.
Darren Tate - By the Stream
One of the two members of the important Drone duo Monos, Darren Tate’s solo release is conceptually based on water flow. It’s meditative and relaxing on the surface, but beneath the gorgeous drones there seems to be something else hidden.
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John Tchicai, Garrison Fewell, Cecil McBee, Charlie Kohlhase & Billy Hart - Tribal Ghost
>Avant-Garde Jazz, Free Jazz
An excellent and talented quartet supplement the late saxophonist John Tchicai’s ultimate release with soulful balladry and mood-altering power. Wondrous development of musical flow.
Chrissy Zebby Tembo & Ngozi Family - My Ancestors
>Zam-Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Zambia’s psych-rock revolution in the 70s took a grand amount of influence from Rock’s role in Western culture, but translated through the lens of lower-quality equipment and cultural roots, it results in a more interesting and emotionally inviting product. Raw and sloppy in an endearing way, My Ancestors is one of Zam-Rock’s finest gems.
Henry Thomas - "Ragtime Texas": Complete Recorded Works - 1927 to 1929 in Chronological Order
>Acoustic Texas Blues
One of the oldest (born in 1874), and most influential Bluesmen of his time, Henry Thomas’ fine and complete collection of ballads and dance reels are accentuated by a rough, street-toughened voice. Also one of the only black performers to ever play the pan flute.
Three Forks - Seven Layer Ape
One of my fifty favorite albums ever, Seven Layer Ape is the equivalent of free improvisation in the amazon jungle. Coming from the uniquely segregated New Zealand improv scene, guitar improvisational mastermind Donald McPherson joins Tim Cornelius and James Currin to sculpt one of Free Improv’s all-time finest achievements.
Thrice Mice - Thrice Mice
>Krautrock, Psychedelic Rock
This is a wonderful Krautrock gem, again to be found on the NWW List. Thrice Mice is an excellent blend of Jazz, Progr and Psychedelic Rock, taking sounds and patterns heard from all over the genre and combining them in a fashion that’s of consistent quality. Highly recommended for any fan of that insatiable psych/prog sound from early 70s Germany.
Bishop Perry Tillis - In Times Like These
Best described as ‘noise blues’, Bishop Perry Tillis was old, fragile and likely senile when Begnt Olsson, a Swedish musical archivist, tracked him down in his Alabama home. He was still playing a coveted style of gospel/blues that had practically run its course by the early 40s. Tillis, in spite of going blind, stayed true to the emotional greatness of his style of music, and it shines through the poor-quality cassette rips of Tillis’ works, making for an endearing lo-fi blues experience.
Glen Tomasetti - Folk Songs With Guitar
This Australian suffragette has an aesthetic similar to Vivien Richman, but her demands of equal pay juxtaposed against a strong sense of feminine rebellion gave this traditional folk release a new twist. She was pragmatic in her understanding of the art and history of folk music, but integrated her own influential viewpoints into it that resonated throughout the nation during the late 1960s.
Ali Farka Touré - Radio Mali
>Blues, Mande Music
The legendary Malian blues player rocketed to fame in his 1994 collaboration with Ry Cooder. However, this compilation shows the side of Ali Farka that’s engrained in quiet, soulful passion. It’s stripped down, and displays some of the most awe-inspiring guitar musicianship that I’ve ever heard.
if you hate based sequential share anon, you hate yourself
AOKI Takamasa - RV8 (2013)
The Tower Recordings - The Galaxies' Incredible Sensual Transmission Fields of The Tower Recordings
>Psychedelic Folk, Free Folk
This is one of those albums that’s difficult to tag as a genre. It has the instrumentation of folk music, but the farthest thing from the structure of it. Chaotic, noisy jams in an intense reverberated atmosphere make this an incomparable record in terms of sound.
Trapist - Highway My Friend
>EAI, Free Improvisation
Highway My Friend is similar to what EAI would sound like on a rainy day in a field in the middle of nowhere. It’s sombre and quiet at points, but rises to create musicality from abstract developments. Recommended for those who enjoy listening to music in solitude.
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Toshiya Tsunoda / Manfred Werder - detour
An album that could only come from Erstwhile records, detour is a simply gorgeous accumulation of field recordings from the Miura Peninsula, not too far from Tokyo. It depicts the ethereal qualities in nature, and develops to a harsher, more artificial sound later in the album, possibly representing the aforementioned ‘detour’. This is recommended for those who like to let their mind wander in nature, and contemplate its relationship to society.
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It's not bragging, it's specifically mentioned to accentuate the value I perceive in Jaybird.
Twigs & Yarn - The Language of Flowers
The Language of Flowers is a sweet, gentle and tender release that culminates elements from a variety of genres and carefully crafts it into a lovely spirit. Very nice for winter listening.
Charles Tyler / Ensemble - Voyage From Jericho
One of my fifty favorite albums ever, Voyage From Jericho is an elite example of what baritone saxophone can accomplish. He fits notes into each rhythmic slot at a faster pace than is seemingly possible, and defies sonic gravity has the improvisational power of this chaotic, yet focused release drives forth repeatedly brilliant conclusions.
Celestine Ukwu - Ilo Abu Chi
One of the best examples of Highlife’s purest qualities, this one is heartwarming, relaxing and sunny. Summertime bliss is encapsulated in this delicate release.
Does anyone have any of the Atoms for Peace singles with the b-sides?
>Default b/w What the Eyeballs Did
>Judge Jury & Executioner b/w SAD
>Before Your Very Eyes b/w Magic Beanz
people will generally ignore a thread if they check it and see the same stuff as before in it, so they won't stick around to see if anything new gets shared. People enjoy variety and stuff.
i want to thank you for all the great stuff youeve been posting over the last weeks. sharethreads have been shit fo years but you have been posting unique, varied, uncommon stuff. usually its just popular albums, reposts of the same few albums or spamming of all stuff from one niche genre but ive gotten a lot of great stuff from you from varying time periods, places of origin, and musical styles.
Van Dyke Parks - Arrangements Vol.1
A Collection of arrangements by Van Dyke Parks from the 60s and 70s. A perfect example of the type of Americana music Parks is famous for.
I'm ok with that anon. not everyone is a NEET who spends 25 hours a day browsing 4chan and sees all share threads all the time, so it's nice when i do visit. i could spend some tiem searching the archive, but i probably won't unless it's something specific.
GAFFE Of A Lifetime - A Kingdom Of Loss
>Progressive electronic, glitch, IDM, microhouse. Cool if you like R Plus Seven sorta stuff.
Bob English - Constant Bop
Chromatics - Dear Tommy
Clark - Flame Rave
Felicia Atkinson - A Readymade Ceremony
J(ay).A.D - Dedeyuru Vol. 1
Jenny Hval - Apocalypse Girl
Joel Ford - Fugitive
Kate Rush - Law of Attraction EP
Westkust - Last Forever
Does anybody have the mp3 version of Burqa Boyz - Miami Arab Emirates? The links in the archive are flac. Or can someone convert the flac files to mp3? Thank you
I'm very sorry for requesting something I just found this and I love it.
give the class your retarded reasons as to why you havent pirated a copy of dbpoweramp yet and converted the FLAC yourself? Or are you just a lazy cunt? yeah, your'e just a lazy cunt. leave here and never come back son f'real
Nails - Unsilent Death
>Powerviolence, grindcore, crust punk
Requesting Gasp - "Drome Triler of Puzzle Zoo People" in at least v0 please.
Just want to say thanks and I appreciate all the country/blues/folk shares, seriously, you're a demigod, anon
>Not a specific album, but just a blog I found the other day that I thought was interesting. It's got all kinds of interesting world music and obscure releases.
Also requesting Scream with Me by Pajo if anyone doesn't mind uploading it