Wailing Wall -The Low Hanging Fruit
EASTGHOST - Omniscient, They
>ambient, electronic, experimental, hip hop
James Blake - Self-Titled
Ray Charles - Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music
Shabazz Palaces - Lese Majesty 2014
>Great alternative hip-hop, one of the better releases last year
Leonard Cohen - Popular Problems 
Sky Ferreira – Night Time, My Time 
Caribou – Our Love 
East India Youth – Total Strife Forever 
Paolo Nutini – Caustic Love 
Mac Demarco - Salad Days 
Apex Twin - Syro
FKA Twigs - LP1
Bing & Ruth - Tomorrow Was The Golden Age
Know this isn't a request thread, but if anyone has Psymun - Pink Label I would appreciate it.
How do I compress music and share it? Somebody help me so I can help y'all!
Marie Davidson - Un Autre Voyage 
>minimal synth, synthwave, ethereal, dark, seductive, one of my favorite albums of the year so far
Florian Hecker & Mark Leckey - Hecker Leckey Sound Voice Chimera
forgot the pic
it adds to the atmosphere
Lionel Belmondo- European Standards (2012)
>third stream, post-bop
>This is a saxophone trio, playing fairly straightforward post-bop. The inspirations for the music, the “European Standards,” are interesting versions of popular compositions by the great European composers.
Mr Little Jeans - Pocket Knife
>Pop, cute girl, cute voice
Chrissy Zebby Tembo & Ngozi Family - My Ancestors (1974) 
>Zambian Psychedelic Rock
The Dirtbombs- Ultraglide in Black (2001)
>garage soul, rock, funk
>This rock band from Detroit plays soul and R&B covers with an energetic, punk-influenced sound. The covers span artists like Sly Stone, Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson, and Stevie Wonder.
Paperi T - Malarian pelko (2015)
Eddie Henderson- Phantoms (1994)
>Eddie Henderson was known mostly for his fusion work in the 70’s (in Herbie Hancock’s Mwandishi group), but here he goes for a more straight-ahead sound, while still keeping an adventurous sense of group interplay and improvisation. The group plays several 60’s standards (Dolphin Dance, Naima, Milestones) but also does several original tunes.
Sabu Martinez- Palo Congo (1957)
>Afro-Cuban chant, guaguanco
>This album is percussion heavy and also heavily features traditional Afro-Cuban vocals and chanting.
Ankokutairiku Jagatara - 南蛮渡来 (1982)
>Kickass Japanese fusion of p-funk and african funk with its own oriental twist
Great stuff, everyone should download Palo Congo
Gabriela Montero- Plays Chopin, Falla, Ginastera, etc. (2005)
>Montero is a Venezuelan-born pianist who is trained in the classical tradition, and true to the tradition, she improvises in a classical style. On this recording she uses Romantic and late-Romantic compositions and composers as the basis for her improvisations.
It was in the archives.
Midori - Hello everyone. Nice to meet you. We are Midori
I knew I'd heard that tune somewhere before! :
I love the trumpet on the Ruben Gonzalez version, but it's much pokier rhythmically compared to the version in your post...
Superstorms - Superstorms (2012)
>noise, drone, ambient
No sample because can't find it on youtube, sorry
Charlie Parker- Bird at St. Nick's
>A live recording from 1950, featuring Bird, Red Rodney, Al Haig, Tommy Potter, and Roy Haynes. The recording quality is unfortunately very rough but it's worth a listen just to hear a whole set from this great band.
Na, no problem. It was labelled obscurely.
Tobacco - Ultime II Massage
Lil Wayne - Drought 3
>Hip-Hop, Wayne took instrumentals from songs he heard on pop radio and rapped over them, 2 disc
Kool Skull - Now That's What I Call Garbage!
Land of Talk - Applause Cheer Boo Hiss EP
YMO - YMO (USA)
>the first band to ever use an 808, essential listening
don't have the cover art fuck you
Brian Charette- The Question that Drives Us (2014)
>organ jazz, post-bop
>Master organist Brian Charette's interesting album from last year uses the linup of 4 horns (flute, alto, tenor, bass clarinet) plus organ and drums. This lineup, along with his exciting original compositions, makes for an interesting release of modern jazz.
Dave Holland and Pepe Habichuela- Hands (2010)
>Dave Holland is one of the most ubiquitous bassists in jazz, and in 2010 he collaborated with Spanish guitarist, Pepe Habichuela to record an album in the flamenco tradition.
I figured someone would enjoy it.
Battles - Gloss Drop
Lee Konitz plays with the Gerry Mulligan Quartet (1953)
>This is the popular ‘pianoless’ Gerry Mulligan Quartet, joined by the enormously talented alto player, Lee Konitz. Konitz elegant sound fits right in with the laid-back, contrapuntal compositions of Mulligan’s quartet.
Sparkling Wide Pressure- Clouds and Stairs isn't in the archive and i've looked everywhere for a link, would love an upload
Battles - Mirrored
really really interested in this but the link isn't working
click the arrow on the far right, under the url column and then copy to clipboard
make sure to include the file key (in the window that pops up after you click the arrow)
Sorry guys here it is!
Hope you enjoy this! I just picked it up a week or two ago and I'm having a love affair with it. If anyone has their 1988 album, please share it!
Arrested Development - 3 years 5 months & 2 days in the life of
>Member of the Native Tongues collective, Early 90's positive hip-hop, dat casio doe
No problem m8
The absolute best rapper of our time, Dan the edgy man, your welcome