other one is dead.
What if we make a spreadsheet that organizes all our shares, and each time we share something we just add it to the spreadsheet?
also general sharethread
>What if we make a spreadsheet that organizes all our shares, and each time we share something we just add it to the spreadsheet?
Someone tried, got some stuff racked up in it but I feel like it never really stood up to the archive.
Derridada - Noise on Yellow Paper
>drone, ambient, post-rock, noise rock, experimental
Some real rad experimental stuff I found online and am loving
Mirror - on, then, in (2007)
>japanese math rock, mathy as fuck, intricate-core
What you thought mathrock would be when you first heard it was a genre. Good stuff, pretty cerebral. Give it a listen
Sir Edward- The Power of Feeling (1973)
>Saxophonist Harold Vick recorded briefly under the pseudonym "Sir Edward" in the 70's after he moved away from the Blue Note label. This album highlights fusion grooves with adventurous playing and great Rhodes piano.
what does that even mean? I've heard several artists that I like described by it but to this day I can't understand what the uniting theme is besides "became popular after the 60s"
Tame One - When Rappers Attack (2003)
>east coast hip-hop
To me the best definition is music that is influenced in some way by bebop, but isn't bebop. It's become kind of a catch-all but I think the term is most often applied to mid-60's era Blue Note artists who's music is based in bebop/hard bop but also has elements of avant-garde, modal jazz, and/or free improvisation. Miles Davis' second quintet is maybe the quintessential definition of "post-bop" to me. The style doesn't really have a lot of restraints so that's why a lot of post-60's jazz is often lumped into this category.
Gramatik - Street Bangerz Vol. 2 (2009)
>instrumental hip-hop, funk, soul
Spyair - Rockin' the World (2011)
Anybody have Le Shok- s/t?
in preemptive return have this awesome Sun Araw tape.
>Droning psychedelic freakout
Jake One - White Van Music (2008)
>Debut album by producer Jake One, features guest appearances by rappers such as Freeway, MF DOOM, Brother Ali, Young Buck, and Slug.
The Mummies- Never Been Caught
>Essential garage punk
Migos - Young Rich Niggas (2013)
>Slowcore, Dark Ambient, Drone, dem feels
I've listened to this album so much now that I feel like it's been with me all my life, and somehow it gives me something new with each listen. This is the most a record has ever grown on me, and it continues to do so. Thank you, Quavo. Free Offset.
/r/ing any Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra
And since it wasn't in the archive
Beak and Claw - Sisyphus (formerly s/s/s)
>electronic, rap, sufjan's collab project