I've been waiting for someone to start one, you guys sleeping. Lets share some musaks!
BATS - Red Tooth & Claw (320kbps)
>Math-rock, post-hardcore. An infectious album that has songs about doing science experiments, other worlds and, huh, rapist exorcists? It's silly fun.
Austin Peralta - Endless Planets (320kbps)
>Jazz, instrumental. Great jazz record and a very accessible one at that. The saxophone playing is amazing. Sadly, Peralta died some time after its release.
Bill Evans & Jim Hall - Intermodulation
>Modular Jazz/elevator music. Just guitar and piano, nothing more. Extremely chill music. If you need something relaxing, get this.
Black Widow - Black Widow (320kbps)
>Prog, 70's style. You like Black Sabbath? And Jethro Tull too? Then get this thing. It's like those bands made sweet musical love and spawned this demon. It's a conceptual album too. It tells the story of some dude summoning SATAN. It's fucking great.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lWAlvq9kJxk (link is in Spanish for some reason)
Bonobo - Animal Magic
>Downtempo classic, the first album by him. So smooth it's almost mushy. Link is my favorite track in it, because it's hella comfy. Classy music for classy gents ;^)
Darkside - Psychic (320kbps)
>Nicolas Jaar's and David Harrington's first attempt in their short-lived collaborative project. It's a very soothing blend of electronic with psych rock. But instead of trying to force the psych aesthetic with a plethora of effects it slowly works you into it. Great release.
Ponytail - Ice Cream Spiritual
>Math Rock, Noise Pop, Post-Hardcore
Dragon Blue - Hades Park
>Avant-Prog, Turntable Music
Otomo Yoshihide on turntables, along with Tenko, Tsuneo Imahori, Hideki Kat? and Akira Sotoyama.
Dvouleta Fama - Studio 1983
>Avant-Prog, New Wave, No Wave, Zolo
Squarepusher - Just A Souvenir
>jazz fusion, drum and bass
Holy Ghost - Holy Ghost (320kbps)
>Synth pop. You'll have this stuck in your head for days. I like to call it gay-club pop (no homo).
Water Melon Group - Cool Music 
>Lounge, New Wave, Exotica
Masumi Ito & Yoko Ueno - Seinaru Shoukei
>Folk, Ethereal, Soundtrack, Japanese
Jethro Tull - Aqualung (320kbps)
>Prog rock. Great introduction to the genre. Tull always had a silly/snarky attitude that makes their albums really enjoyable. This isn't the shitty remaster. Avoid that one like the plague.
Geza X - You Goddam Kids!
>Art Punk, Post-Punk, Zolo
Jon Anderson - Olias Of Sunhillow
>Prog rock. For those who don't know, Anderson was the singer in Yes. By far the silliest member in the band, Jon filled this album with flying boats, elves and magic themes. Grab this, highly recommended.
Killer Mike - R.A.P. Music (320kbps)
>Hard-core rap. EL-P made the beats, so you know it's good stuff. Listen to this and prepare for the second RTJ album.
MushroomWavved Collar - Welcome Home (320kbps)
>Witch House/plunderphonics. Eerie music, like most of the stuff in the genre. But this has a cozy feel to it. It's like the sensation you get when you are sitting in your home alone at night and it's raining outside.
I can't find any tracks in youtube. This is the only one I could find from the artist, sorry anons.
Okami - Original Soundtrack (320kbps)
>Japanese folk. Sometimes electronics come into the mix. I don't care if it's videogame OST, and you shouldn't either. It feels like it's narrating a story, regardless if you have played the game or not. Excellent Shamisen tunes for all to enjoy.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1XqZFqVbtns (dat first shout. hnnng)
This one's pretty long, 4 discs (!). I didn't include the effects CD to make it a bit smaller. If you want it the whole thing is on rutracker.
Why not zippy?
Ozric Tentacles - Jurassic Shift (320kbps)
>Progressive Rock/Space Rock. Instrumental. Very varied, regardless of which track I select it won't make it justice. Like all Ozric Tentacles albums the cover is fucking ugly, but give it a chance, you won't regret it.
Shels - Plains of the Purple Buffalo (320kbps)
>Post-rock. The best way to describe it is to say that it sounds exactly like the cover.
Leonid Fedorov - Purple Day
>Avant-Folk, Musique concrete
Silversun Pickups - Carnavas
>indeh rakw/alternative rock/umbrella-genres wave/thevocalistisn'tagirlholyshitIfeelgay-core. What can I say? It gives me nostalgic feels.
Sorry bud, Im just copying a bunch of stuff from sharethreads from days past to get one started.
Susan Balmar - PALCNA
>Plunderphonics/glitch. Great release. He/she/it has most of his/her/whatever releases free on bandcamp. I uploaded this to mega in case the artist decides to stop giving music for free.
As with most bandcamp artists I can't find any album tracks on youtube, sorry guys.
Sweet Trip - Velocity Design Comfort.
>Glitch pop/noise pop with some slight shoegaze influence in some tracks. Uploaded for the same reasons as Melt Banana. Get it if you don't have it.
The Souljazz Orchestra - Manifesto (320kbps)
>Afrobeat. Fun, bouncy music. It has a very heavy South American feel to it. Strangely enough the band is from Canada. Get it and feel patrish while you shake your butt.
[YouTube] Souljazz Orchestra - Kapital (embed)
This Town Needs Guns - 220.127.116.11.0.7z
>Math-rock with some emo influences. For an album in this genre it has very sad lyrics. Different singer. The band didn't managed to gather enough interest around it, which is a shame because the album is really good for what it's worth.
Got this for free for Record Store Day
>irish band, downtempo, pretty decent
can't find any samples though, sorry
Meso Meso - Mitten
>Art Pop, Folktronica
Virginia Astley - From Gardens Where We Feel Secure
>Ambient, New Age, utilizes Nature Recordings in some parts
Yoon Youn Sun - Wing of Peace
>Psychedelic Folk, Psychedelic Pop
Tolerance - Divin
>Industrial, Minimal Synth
Charles Mingus - Let my Children Hear Music
>Jazz with an occasional classical aesthetic. My favorite by him. It has a very "New York" like sound.
I didn't expect it, precisely because Jon is the way he is, but that's definitely a quality album, and probably the best of the late-70s Yes solo albums. I have it on vinyl and the album art is amazing, such a rich release... and to think this was made by the guy everyone supposedly hates for having a "weird" voice. That band was overflowing with talent.
Strawberry Girls - Italian Ghosts
>Math rock/Instrumental. Snappy, quick and fun album.
Toumani Diabaté's Symmetric Orchestra
>World music/Mande Music. Diabaté is a Kora player and in this album he joins with a plethora of musicians to make one of the most unique and diverse world albums you'll find.
This song was featured in Little Big Planet actually. That game has a pretty good OST.
Susanne Sundfor - The Silicone Veil.7z 102.5 MB
>Art pop. It has a chilly vibe to it. The ideal winter album. Highly recommended.
MERMORT sounds film - Harewataru Zetsuboo To Patosu
>Post-rock from Japan. Piano focused and with a bit of noise influences.
Kiss The Anus Of A Black Cat - Hewers Of Wood And Drawers Of Water (320kbps)
>Neo-Folk without fascist carp. Ignore the edgy name, it's misleading. This is some of the most moody, dark and haunting Folk music you can find.
I personally recommend this one a lot.
Omega - Gammapolis (320kbps)
>Poppy Progressive Rock from Hungary. Great production. They are more on the "less is more" side of prog.
Father John Misty - Fear Fun (320kbps)
>Psych-Folk/Singer-songwriter. This guy used to be one of Fleet Foxes' guitarists. The guy loves comedy, so there's lots of humor flying around. Gives the sensation of being in Hollywood's Spaghetti-wester era.
Margot & the Nuclear So So's - The Dust of Retreat (320kbps)
>Indie Pop/Chamber pop for angsty teenagers. Recommended for Death Cab for Cutie fans.
Glasser - Ring (320kbps)
>Art pop/Female vocalist. My only 5/5 ever. Varied and inventive. It feels like a journey through some beautiful post-apocalyptic jungle.
The Sword - Warp Riders (320kbps)
>Heavy Metal with a bit of stoner thrown in. Conceptual album about flying through space killing witches and space time-lords. It's great.
This cover is amazing. Looks like an ass pooping though.
The Souljazz Orchestra - Rising Sun
>Afrobeat. My favorite by them and one of my top 5 albums. Great playing, specially the saxophones (they use 3). No electric instruments used whatsoever.
Wolf Parade - At Mount Zoomer
>"Indie Rock" from Canada. Collaborative project between Dan Boeckner and Spencer Krug (plus others), they take tuns on vocals.
Gentle Giant - The Power and the Glory
>Progressive Rock. The band's approach to prog is a very poppy one, full with bouncy instrumentals. The most varied of the main 70's prog bands.
Holly Herndon - Movement
>weird experimental noise/sampling, basically a female 0PN
Top kek m8
Candy Claws - In The Dream Of The Sea Life 76.3 MB
>Lo-fi, Experimental, psychedelic, indie, tropical vibes
If this album doesn't make you want to take a trip to the Philippines,
and rock lazily back and forth on a hammock beside the beach all day, I don't know what will.
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.
Summer Fades Away - We Meet the Last Time,Then Departure
>Post-rock from China. Noisy and Fuzzy in general, but quite soothing. Purely instrumental. Sounds live 2nd wave for the most part.
Goat - World Music (320kbps)
>Psychedelic Rock. There's very little "World" in it, but it's still great. I love the way the vocals are delivered.
Pallbearer - Sorrow And Extinction (320kbps)
>Doom Metal. Slow and gloomy music. Their newest album is out too, and you should definitely listen to both.
Candy Claws - Warm Forever 47.6 MB
>Lo-fi, psychedelic, indie, experimental, winter vibes
Mouse On the Keys - An Anxious Object (320kbps)
>Jazz with a bit of math influence. Japanese. The drummer and pianist are amazing.
Gentle Giant - Acquiring The Taste (320kbps)
>Progressive Rock. My all-time favorite Gentle Giant album. This is one of the most inventive albums in the genre. Almost a 5/5. Almost.
Alvin Band - Lady Portrait / Mantis Preying EPs
>psychadelic-pop, freak folk, indy electronic
>i am bad with genres, like animal collective but more upbeat, exciting
both EP's in one download
Aram Bajakian - There Were Flowers Also in Hell (V0)
>Blues Rock mixed with Post-Rock to spice things up. Plenty of experimentation and different moods throughout.
Why V0? Because I haven't been able to find it in another format. Not that you'll notice differences between this and 320kbps though.
Travelling - Voici La Nuit Tombee (320kbps)
>Progressive Rock, Canterbury Scene. The only album to come out of this French outfit, Voici La Nuit Tombee is centered around piano. Recommended for people looking for a more streamlined kind of prog. It's a grower, I recommend listening to it at least two or three times.
Walter Wegmüller - Tarot (Kosmiche Musik, 1973)
>God-tier Spacerock/krautrock, listentohowfuckingjammythissampleisandtellmeitdoesn'tknockAshaRaTempeloutofthewater-core
Lifeformed - Fastfall
>electronic, vidya, pretty chill
Melt-Banana - Fetch
>Noise Rock. Catchy, accessible but still great. It was very popular here for some months.
P.T.A'S - New Songs
Aunt Sally - Aunt Sally
>Art Rock, Post-Punk
Phew on vocals
Ok guys, I'm heading out on a date. Please try to keep the thread up and I'll come back to share more stuff.
I love you /mu/dkips
Yoo Jae-Ha - Because I Love You 
>Yoo Jae-Ha was arguably the first K-pop artist who had been classically trained. He majored in composition at Hanyang University, and could play piano, violin, cello and guitar. His one and only album has an iconic status among the more serious people who enjoy K-pop, as it was the first album in which the musician did everything for the album. And the Korean says everything, he means everything -- write lyrics, compose, play four instruments, master and finish the songs. Yoo's classically inspired, counterpuntal composition elevated Korea's music to another level, serving as a model for the later times. Let's see any of the inane K-pop artists of today could do that.
thanks anon, grabbed a bunch of records from here, good luck with that!
IU - Modern Times 
>jazz, swing, 1940s-core music made in 2014
Beenzino - 24-26
Skyharbor - Guiding Lights
>prog-rock, atmospheric, elements of post-rock
Various Artists - Misaeng OST 
>OST for Misaeng, folk, pop, rock, very enjoyable
Bluedawn - When Spring Comes
Holy Other - With U
>Witch House, Downtempo
Baby Face Willette - Face To Face (1961)
An excellent album, great playing on a somewhat unconventional instrument, the organ, with really exceptional saxophone playing backing it up. "Baby Face" Willette plays the organ with gospel influences which are interesting but with a different saxophonist Face To Face might have been just another organ Jazz album. Tenor saxophonist Fred Jackson is scintillating. He makes the album worth re-visiting, bringing out the edge in the other musicians. His sound is tailor-made for Soul-Jazz.
(uploaded at 320)
Electric Six - Fire (2003)
>rock with elements of garage, disco, punk rock, new wave, and metal.
>singles: Danger! High Voltage, Gay Bar, Dance Commander
Booker T. & The MG's - Green Onions (1962)
>Instrumental Soul. Sexy warm organ. Everybody knows the sample.
Ulysses - Progression 3 (2015)
>Instrumental, Mixed genres and style.