A new sharethread for a new day yeah?
The High Llamas - Buzzle Bee
>indie pop, chamber pop, beach boys-inspired, not available to digitally download for some bizarre reason
Tengwar - Tengwesta Quendion (EP)
>Argentinian Folk Metal, great use of flutes and the like
Onda Vaga - Fuerte y Caliente
>Argentinian Indie Folk, campfire-y sounding, comfy as all fuck
sorry to be that guy, but could any of you up me these? I'll share something later
Mastodon - Once More Round The Sun (320)
Metallica - Master Of Puppets
Surprisingly, neither of them are on the archive.
Nina Hagen - Nunsexmonkrock  
>goth, art rock, weird, enormous voice
>Nina Hagen was a German post-punk singer, and this is her first album all in English, an unsung masterpiece of the era.
Metallica - Master of Puppets
Mastodod - Once More Round The Sun (couldnt find in mega)
wont let me post link, see pic related
The Verve - A Storm In Heaven
>GOAT shoegaze, dream pop, neo-psych
se que es mas pleb que la mierda pero nunca me voy a cansar de ese album
The Verve - A Northern Soul
>proto-britpop, neo psych, dream pop, some shoegaze remaniscents
>Great, title track is GOAT
Curtis Mayfield - Curtis/Live! (1971)
>soul, chicago soul, god-tier live albums
/mu/'s music taste is gonna improve a shit ton and it's already pretty good.
Black Jazz Consortium - Structure
>Fred Peterkin has to be the best Deep House producer around right now, a lot of people seem to agree. This is his second album as Black Jazz Consortium, mind numbing body moving grooves on this.
Couldn't find a working link in the archive, so I'd figure I'd up it
Ride - Going Blank Again
>shoegaze, dream pop, neo-psychedelia
Hahaha sorry dude. I need to be reminded daily that I'm a fucking retard.
Miles Okazaki- Figurations (2012)
>progressive composition, experimental, improv
>This is the final chapter in Okazaki’s compositional trilogy, recorded live at New York City’s Jazz Gallery. The music follows it’s predecessors with similarly complex compositions, but this time it is stripped down to a quartet consisting of Okazaki, alto player Miguel Zenon, bassist Thomas Morgan, and drummer Dan Weiss. The compositions are enjoyable to listen to on their own but they are also extremely interesting to read about Okazaki’s compositional process and listen to the music from that perspective.
Chet Baker- The Touch of Your Lips (1979)
>cool jazz, trumpet trio
>Arguably the best of Chet's late trio albums (trumpet, guitar, bass). The format gives a very relaxed and peaceful atmosphere to the music and is perfect for Baker's restrained, subtle playing. Even his singing sounds pretty good on this album.
Chris Lightcap's Bigmouth- Epicenter (2015)
>free jazz, contemporary jazz
>Led by bassist Chris Lightcap, this band is made up of a virtual who's who in the contemporary free jazz scene including saxophonists Chris Cheek and Tony Malaby, keyboardist Craig Taborn, and drummer Gerald Cleaver.