I think it's a good time for a sharethread.
Merzbow + Xiu Xiu- MERZXIU
>Noise, drone, ambient
>It's a Merzbow and Xiu Xiu collab album, but it doesn't sound like what you think it would.
Weasel Walter, Ron Anderson, Chris Pitsiokos- Maximalism
>god-tier New York free improv
>Black metal, noise, dark ambient
>angry type of depressing-core
Rozz Dyliams- Rozz Dyliams
Waxahatchee - Ivy Tripp (2015) 
>Singer-Songwriter, Indie :^)
Requests are fine, but I can't guarantee if I have it, so maybe someone else can fulfill it if i don't.
Essentially, sure, try your luck, just don't have the highest of expectations.
Chris Travis- Silence Of Me Eternally
>Not actually that bad
Black Sea - Optimistic Sigh
>Can't be pinned down by any one genre besides depressing, really
He took a short quote of her out of context and also altered the meaning to pretty much the opposite. She said in an interview with pitchfork:
“The thing about white cisgendered men is that they don't want to listen to me. But I'm learning the best ways to approach situations like that with the most sustainable result. I want to yell at this kid over the mic, but if I do he’s not going to take anything away from it except for ‘Waxahatchee is an evil bitch.’ And that's going to be on the Internet tomorrow, which is fine—I don't care if people call me an evil bitch. But I want the kid to walk away and be like, ‘That made her and all these people feel bad, and I shouldn't do that.’”
The guy supposedly wanted to kiss her without her consent.
Hermóðr - Vinter
>Ambient/atmospheric black metal
>One of my all time favorite metal albums
Oktaven- Balladen Om
>Swedish folk pop
>rare as fuck
Circulatory System- Mosaics Within Mosaics (2014)
>psych-pop, experimental, Will Cullen Hart (of Olivia Tremor Control) solo band, my favorite album of 2014
/r/ing The Music Tapes- Purim's Shadows and Peter Tessier- By Turning a Knob
>It's an album of the weird acoustic tracks BONES does, essentially
Propergol- Program Vengeance
>Death industrial, noise, horror movie samples
Blackwater Park- Dirt Box
>obscure 70s prog
>Kind of like a third rate Deep Purple, but still really good
The Mothers of Invention - The Artisan Acetate (1969)
>Experimental rock, Free form improvisation
>Unreleased album compiled by Zappa from live recordings made between late 1968 to 1969, possibly an early version of WRMY or BWS
Requesting Oh Moscow by Lindsay Cooper
>Features Opeth's drummer
>We wish we were Tool-core
Caïna- Setter Of Unseen Snares
>One man atmospheric black metal
>Literally has aspergers and depression
>Makes it better, honestly
Robbie Basho- Bonn Ist Supreme
>american primitivism, avant-folk, raga, live album
The Robbie Basho live album! Absolutely beautiful, as is always with Basho, although this also has a comfy tape-hissy lo-fi sound to it that the other recordings lack. Contains two songs that don't appear on any of the studio recordings ('Fandango' and 'Silky Jane').
Wolf Eyes- Burned Mind
>you've probably heard about this
Porcupine Tree- Stupid Dream
>One of their best albums
Träd, Gräs och Stenar- Gärdet 12.6.1970
>psychedelic rock, drone, live album
Live recording of the legendary Swedish psych ensemble performing at a music festival in 1970. Contains a couple of covers, including Bob Dylan and the Rolling Stones, although obviously they still have that weird fuzzy, drony, jammy vibe to them.
Do you have you fail me by converge or any full of hell besides their Merzbow release? I already checked the archive and the links were dead. thanks for keeping share threads alive
Alan Lamb- Night Passage
And for you, good sir!
Full of Hell- Rudiments of Mutilation
>Full of Hell without the Merzbow
Reccin this shit and any of Basho's stuff hard
Xiu Xiu- Fag Patrol
>acoustic versions of a crapload of old Xiu Xiu songs
>Apparently this is hard as fuck to find, but I picked it up in a CD store for like $10
Anyway, here it is
John Fahey- Red Cross, Disciple Of Christ Today
>american primitivism, avant-folk, blues
John Fahey's final album, and one of the most unique ones in his discography. Here, he melds the tendencies of his 90s 'electric' period with his more traditional acoustic style fingerpicking of his other works to create something that is by turns introspective, melancholy, beautiful and unsettling. One of my personal favourite Fahey records.
Zoo Strategies- Discography
>god tier math rock
>post-hardcore, you should have this already
toe- For Long Tomorrow
>Japanese math rock
>Why don't you have this yet?
Rudimentary Peni- Cacophony
>art punk, death rock, experimental rock
Their first album was an anarchopunk classic, but if that thing was a relatively straightforward, kickass punk album, this is something else entirely. 30 songs, all dedicated to and inspired by the life and works of HP Lovecraft, and filled to the brim with Nick Blinko's own particular brand of schizophrenic weirdness and art-punk insanity. Probably their best.
Broken Water - Wrought (2015)
>shoegazey post-punk, solid af
Marriages - Salome (2015)
>post-rock, debut album. Kind of Chelsea Wolfe-ish. Really fucking good.
Dead Can Dance - Self Titled (1984)
>Post-punk, gothic rock, darkwave, ethereal wave
Unwound- Live Leaves
>post-hardcore, noise rock, live album
Unwound's final document: a selection of live recordings from their last tour of the US in 2001, shortly before their breakup. Some fantastic performances on here, even if the sound quality is a little poor. A must for any fan.
Steven Wilson- The Raven That Refused To Sing (And Other Stories)
Spazz- Dwarf Jester Rising
>ambient techno, dub techno, minimal techno
Really cool oldschool dub techno, made using field recordings of my own home city ^_^! Beautiful and soothing and wonderfully listenable. An essential release for anybody interested in exploring the genre.
alright, here you go
Xiu Xiu- The Air Force
>art pop, experimental rock
The Spoils of war- s/t
>late 60s folk/electronic
>Somehow weirder than The United States Of America
Swans- Live 31-10-2014
>Great quality recording of their 2014 tour
>Includes the 2014 setlist when "The Apostate" was still in rotation
>no album art either, sorry :/
you're very welcome. ^_^
Poet And The Roots (Linton Kwesi Johnson)- Dread Beat An' Blood
>dub poetry, spoken word, dub, reggae
The incendiary first album from the British-Jamaican equivalent of Gil Scott-Heron.This astonishing debut sees Linton Kwesi Johnson delivering his distinctive patois-tinged poetry over Dennis Bovell's fantastic dub instrumentals. Filled with the anger of political conviction and dripping with the atmosphere of fear and violence that pervaded Britain the late 1970s. Essential for any fan of reggae and dub music.
The Prodigy- The Day Is My Enemy
This is my last album for now, because I have to go out for a while. If when I come back, this is still up, I'll keep it going!
Thanks guys c:
Ali Farka Touré - Ni Foli (2011) [V0]
>Songhai Music / Electric Blues; Recorded in 1984
Demdike Stare - Liberation Through Hearing (2010) [320 & FLAC]
>Dark Ambient / Ambient Dub
Foetus - Gash (1995) [320 & FLAC]
Honestly I wouldn't know if a black metal band is christian or satanic because most of it is in languages I don't speak and even if I did the singing is nigh unintelligible. I used to worry about whether my black metal had nazi themes until I realized that anyone who knows what black metal is will assume I'm a nazi for listening to it anyway, that goes double for power electronics.
Graveflowers - Long Drawn Out Goodbye (2012) [320 & FLAC]
>Post-Black Metal, Lo-fi
I don't have any mega links but I have 5 of those free digital download coupons you get with vinyl if anyone wants me to post them.
That's not illegal, is it? I have the vinyl and don't really want the digital download, so they'll just get thrown out otherwise.
Graveflowers - Oleander (2013) [320 & FLAC]
>Post-Black Metal, Lo-fi
King Tubby - Dub from the Roots (1974) [320 & FLAC]
Lightning Bolt - Fantasy Empire (2015) [320 & FLAC]
Mdou Moctar - Afelan (2013) 
OK cool. This'll be a first-come first-serve deal. Most of these should still be up, but I can't make promises.
Dan Deacon - Bromst
>Dense, heavily layered electronic noise pop, 8.5 BNM on Pitchfork
>More restrained than his previous album Spiderman of the Rings, but still really fucking good
Go to dropcards.com/dandeacon, follow the on-screen instructions, and enter this code
Oneohtrix Point Never - Returnal (2010) [320 & FLAC]
Scientist - Scientist Meets the Space Invaders (1981) [320 & FLAC]
Grimes - Visions
>Witch house, dream pop, /mu/ used to have the biggest hard-on for this album
Go to beggarsgroupusa.com/promo, enter the UPC 652637320817, then enter this code
Needs an email address
Sun City Girls - Bright Surroundings Dark Beginnings (1993) [320 & FLAC]
Kishi Bashi - 151a
>Chamber pop, baroque pop, think Asian Andrew Bird
>My AOTY 2012
Go to joyfulnoiserecordings.com/digital
>Go to joyfulnoiserecordings.com/digital
>Go to beggarsgroupusa.com/promo, enter the UPC 652637320817, then enter this code
Ildjarn Forest Poetry (1996)
>Raw as fuck black metal
>Heavily punk influenced
>Your ears might bleed
Godspeed You! Black Emperor - Allelujah! Don't Bend Ascend
>Canadian post-rock, dark ambient, 9.3 BNM on Pitchfork
I actually have 2 download codes, so get 'em while they're hot. Go to cstrecords.com/DL081 and enter one of these codes
Those are all I have for now. This was fun, though, I might do it again in a couple months.
I'm recently into this german neofolk stuff so I'll share some. Are VA okay here?
Various – Mia Runa (2005) 
Genre: Electronic, Rock
Style: Industrial, Ethereal, Neofolk
You can listen it here http://ahnstern.bandcamp.com/album/v-a-mia-runa-2005
I really liked the Boleskine track so I'm requesting his/theirs album "The Lady Of Shalott"
I've could find a couple of mediafire links but they're all dead.
Kraken Duumvirate - From the Dying Soil to the Eternal Sea
Experimental ambient/atmospheric black metal with doom influences
>Another personal favorite
If you liked >>54968538 you might like this too
this is a good thread
Mohave Triangles - Haze For Daze (2011)
>psychedelic, drone, lo fi
Blood Axis – Born Again
>Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country
>Style: Folk Rock, Celtic, Neofolk
Blood Axis – Ultimacy (Compilation)
>Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country
>Style: Celtic, Folk, Experimental, Neofolk