haven't started a share thread in awhile, feel free to add to it or request. im aware there's already another share thread, that one is mostly jazz and this one will have little to no jazz. gonna start off with bandcamps and then move on to mega links etc
>bulldog eyes-yukon/bulldog eyes split
>lo-fi pop, really catchy, like midlake
>and this one will have little to no jazz
That's what you think
>lo-fi synth pop, ariel pink-ish, pop art music videos
>high pop-holy smokes!
>lo-fi rock, garage rock, energetic
the mega link is for a different album of their's
Red Rodney- Red Snapper (1988)
>Rodney was one of the great trumpeters who followed in Gillespie's wake in the 50's and after a long spell without recording, he began recording again in the classic bebop style on SteepleChase records in the 1980's.
>lo-fi pop, indie folk, cool release from a small collective that got a little attention a few months back, nasallly-core
Crows-An-Wra - Crows-An-Wra
Woody Shaw- Cassandranite (1965)
>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.
Khotin - "Hello World"
>ambient techno, dub techno
>not really sure
>originally produced and recorded in my bedroom
ATM - Xerox
>minimal, ambient techno, 1080p
Exuma - Exuma I
>World Music/Freak Folk. This album is a must for everyone. Nothing I say will do it justice. One of the most unique listening experiences you'll ever have.
Foxes in Fiction - Ontario Gothic
>Billy Woods - History Will Absolve Me
>Billy Woods - Today, I Wrote Nothing
>Billy Woods - Dour Candy
Mel Lewis and the Jazz Orchestra- Bob Brookmeyer, Composer and Arranger (1980)
>This was the famous house band at the Village Vanguard from the 60’s onward, led by Thad Jones and Mel Lewis. Here the band performs charts written and orchestrated by Bob Brookmeyer, and it is probably one of the best documents of Brookmeyer’s skill as an arranger.
Kid Trails - Out Here
>plunderphonics, psych pop, super good, half of Gremlins with the guy from Coma Cinema
██████ - Demo
>Atmospheric black metal, their name's apparently supposed to be something like 'nic', meaning nothing or something to that effect, don't let it fool you because it's really great
VARSITY - VARSITY
>garage pop, dreampunk
Sleepytime Trio - Memory Minus
>severely overlooked 90s post-hardcore/emo, very rhythmically intense and super cute cover art
Donald Byrd - Places and Spaces  @ V0
>1970s, jazz, funk
Elvin Jones- Puttin It Together (1968)
>post-bop, sax trio
>John Coltrane’s early 60’s rhythm section of bassist Jimmy Garrison and drummer Elvin Jones continued to team up long after their tenure with Coltrane ended. Here they work with saxophonist Joe Farrell (who tries his damndest to fill Coltrane’s shoes) for a very good sax trio record.
Got you covered bro
The Dave Brubeck Trio featuring Cal Tjader (1949)
>cool jazz, Latin jazz
>A live recording of cool jazz pianist Dave Brubeck joined by multi-talented percussionist Cal Tjader for interesting versions of jazz standards.
2012, 2015, 2013
Yann Tomita - An Adventure of Inevitable Chance (2000) [V0]
>space age pop, lounge, electronic, sound collage, field recordings, no certain sound
This is actually a live album taken from a performance on 11 & 12, April 1993.
Included on this physical release is a 2nd CD made of cardboard called "Body Rock - Mind-Manifest Music", where the listener is invited to listen to "Magic Music Of The Spheres" while listening to their own heart beat.
惘闻 - Eight Horses
>post rock, math rock
Eighth studio album by Chinese post rock masters Wang Wen.
té - ゆえに、密度の幻想は綻び、蹌踉めく世界は明日を『忘却』す。
>JP, post rock, math rock
>2012 Zankyo Record
TATRAN - Shvat
>Israel, math rock, post rock, AMAZING drums, jazz influence
>2014 (not on label)
Nomadum Mantis -- Gorod
Debut solo spoken word free hop album by Nomadum Mantis.
tags: free hop hip hop hip-hop/rap instrumental hip-hop rap poetry spoken word
i make lists and kill people that "write" lofi "music"
Se Pule la Colmena - Buenos Muchachos
>Alt-Rock with strong acoustic and electric guitar playing and latin american folk influences
Requesting some more japanese girlbands like Shonen Knife, Buffalo Daughter, Seagull Screaming Kiss Her Kiss Her and Super Junky Monkey. Not really sure what the genre(s) for those would be called, because i'm retarded.