Hey /mu/ let's get a sharethread going!
To get started here's a fresh Sisters of Mercy Vinyl Rip (FLAC)
No Life 'Till Leather RSD Reissue (Cassette Rip)
The Phantom Surfers - 18 Deadly Ones!!
>Surf rock, spooky-themed, pure scooby doo, credit goes to AmericanScumbag for posting The Deadly Ones earlier
>Absolutely godawful quality but hey it probably sounds better this way (you might as well rip the youtube vid)
Elvis Hitler - Hellbilly (320kbps) & Supersadomasochisticexpialidocious (256kbps)
>To quote MILF Hunter on their other album Disgraceland: Psychobilly, Rock and Roll, Garage Rock, Trash. Sounds exactly how
the movie Repo-Man feels. Just a scummy bar rock album complete with strange half-covers, and a rocking good time. You will
need a shower to wash the cigarette smoke off of you after you listen to it.
I-I've changed anon
Ferenc Stenton - Hover Drone EP [New Kanada, NK57]
Megadeth - Killing Is My Business... And Business Is Good! Vinyl Rip (FLAC)
Crime In Stereo - I Was Trying to Describe You to Someone
>Progressive Posthardcore with a bit of 90's emo.
Chaperone - Pond EP [Great Circles, GRCR009]
>Dark ambient, experimental, electronic, downtempo
Psychic TV - Alien Be-In EP [Dark Entries, DE-079]
>Industrial, techno, original + 3 remixes
I understand. Disgraceland was better.
Derridada - Noise on Yellow Paper
>Ambient, experimental, drone, noise-rock
Chaos in the CBD - No Signal Found EP [Amadeus, AMA015]
320 transcode of a 128, looks like, but in reality it's around 60. Absolutely disgusting but it matches the aesthetic
Robert Turman - Square Abstractions
>Ambient, experimental, leftfield, musique concrete
Rabih Abou-Khalil- The Cactus of Knowledge (2001)
>Avant-garde, third stream, jazz fusion
>Rabih Abou-Khalil is a Lebanese oud player and composer and here presents some of his most ambitious music. With a 12 piece band culled from some of New York's top jazz players and some players more familiar with Arabic music, Khalil creates a program that is both entertaining and listenable, while being dense and satisfying in both rhythmic and harmonic complexity.
BLVCK CEILING - rogue EP
>Bass, darkwave, experimental, witch house
Mikkel Metal - Quest #14 EP [Echocord, ECHOCORD064]
Walls - Urals [Ecstatic, ELP010]
>Electronic, acid, house
Gabor Lazar / Gábor Lázár & Mark Fell - The Neurobiology of Moral Decision Making
Charles Mingus- East Coasting (1957)
>hard-bop, jazz compostion
>a lesser-known set of mostly originals recorded by Mingus in '57. The lineup features Bill Evans, and also Mingus's common collaborator Jimmy Knepper on trombone.
Keita Sano - Holding New Cards [1080p]
>House, experimental, footwork, 1080p
bah sample is down, here
Ritual Cloak - Night Worship [Exo Tapes, EXO025]
>Two 32-minutes-59-seconds-long dark ambient tracks, exactly what you'd expect. Lo-fi, eerie whistling, for fans of Zero Kama
Kashif - Kashif (1983)
>soul, funk, r&b
Red Rodney- Then and Now (1992)
>Red Rodney was one of the greats who played with Charlie Parker often in the early 50's. He had a re-emergence in the 80's and continued to tour into the 90's. This album has his common collaborator Gerry Dial on piano and the young, then-unknown Chris Potter on saxophones. The recording ends with an interesting interview in which Rodney discusses the members of his band and what they bring to the music.
Chad Kaska - Mission Drift EP [Illegal Alien Records]
Spider Lilies - The Error is You EP
>Darkwave, industrial rock
W.A.S.T.E. - A Lion Amongst Lambs
>Industrial, harsh, rhythmic noise, EBM
Lakker - Tundra [R&S Records, RS1503CD]
Chevel - Backwards Loops I [Non Series, NON017]
Misha Tsiganov- Artistry of the Standard (2014)
>Russian-born pianist Misha Tsiganov recorded this album of extremely interesting takes on jazz standards earlier this year. If you think jazz standards are boring, give this a listen. Tsiganov has completely re-imagined these classics with new time signatures, reharmonizations, countermelodies, and new solo changes.
Qindek - Modu EP [Wolfskuil Records]
>Techno, is Darko Esser + Tripeo
Neon Electronics - Ne
Gerardo Nunez- Calima (1998)
>Nunez is a Spanish guitarist and one of the best in nuevo flamenco, which mixes traditional flamenco guitar with North American improvisational styles as well as Caribbean and Brazilian music influences.
Fixate - Throwback Therapy [Exit Records, EXIT056]
>Bass, jungle, drum n bass
UberByte - The Hammer EP
Jimmy Giuffre- Free Fall (1962)
>avant-garde, free jazz
>reed player Jimmy Giuffre's earlier music is usually classified as cool jazz, though by the early 60's he had moved much farther into avant-garde and free improvisation. This consists of short tracks with varying levels of structure by trio that includes Giuffre on clarinet, Paul Bley on piano, and Steve Swallow on bass.
Dave Holland- Pathways (2010)
>Bassist Dave Holland performs his complex and engaging original compositions with a stellar octet including Alex Sipiagin, Chris Potter, Gary Smulyan, Robin Eubanks, and Steve Nelson.
John Williams- The Great Paraguayan: The Guitar Music of Barrios (2004)
>One of the great contemporary classical guitarists- John Williams- interprets the music of Agustin Barrios, who has been called the "Rachmaninoff of the guitar"
Gerry Mulligan Quartet (1952)
>The first release from the Pacific Jazz 10-inch series, this collects some of the famous chord-less quartet's most memorable numbers.
Philip Koutev National Folk Ensemble - Favorite Songs by Georgi Genov
>patrician, choir, live concert
Requesting Hvis lyset tar oss in flac or 320.
The original CD pressing if possible.
Jimmy Raney- Solo (1976)
>guitar jazz, improvisation
>"Solo" is possibly a misleading name for this album, which is actually a series of duets that Raney did with himself via overdub. In addition to swing and jazz standard numbers, there are also pieces that border on free improvisations, and a well-composed two-part fugue.
Kenny Wheeler- Songs for Quintet (2015)
>This was the legendary trumpet player's final recording before he passed away in September, 2014. Accompanied by British players who often collaborated with him, Wheeler leads the band through interesting originals. His sound is subtle and restrained (due to his deteriorating health) but the music is alive with understated energy and passion.
The Kingston Trio (1958)
>This is the self-titled debut from one of the defining and iconic folk bands. Music-to-listen-to-with-your-dad-core.
Fred Hersch and Julian Lage- Free Flying (2013)
>jazz, duet improvisation
>Hersch is a veteran pianist on the NY scene and Lage is a young guitarist who is just making a name for himself. This record captures the stimulating interplay between these two musicians in a duet setting.
Various Artists- African Scream Contest: Raw and Psychedelic Afro Sounds from Benin and Togo 70's (2008)
>A compilation of live performances from Africa, heavily influenced by American funk, soul, and R&B, especially James Brown.
Never used Mega, dunno what I'm doing, alas I made this for you anon. Enjoy.
Peter Sotos - Proxy
This is his latest record released under his own name, a bit more than a decade after he released Buyers Market. Peter Sotos is a Chicago-based writer and a former member of the infamous power electronics outfit, Whitehouse.
>spoken word; just recitations of a few short stories he'd written, not the interviews like on Buyers Market
>honestly, he has a very soothing voice; kinda hot, too, though probably just me
>japanese, downtempo, ambient
>this duo is the chillasfuck version of capsule, actually I like them better than capsule. hue.
V.A - Acid Anonymous 3.03
>Acid Techno , Acidcore , Tribe
Basic Channel - Quadrant Dub
>Essential Dub Techno
[ZIQ133] - Pinch - Qawwali
>Dub , Deep Dubstep
v chill one
Terekke - Yyyyyyyyyy
>Techno , House
V.A. - Color your Brain Brown
>Tribe , Acid
Jonathan Kreisberg- Nine Stories Wide (2004)
>post-bop, modal jazz
>A departure from his quintet and his original compositions, this album features Krieisberg in a guitar trio setting and playing mostly new interpretations of jazz standards. Despite the somewhat “straight-ahead” nature of this record, Kreisberg’s tone and unmistakable chromatic approach to improvisation make this a very enjoyable listen.
Tonbruket- Nubium Swimtrip (2013)
>progressive rock, fusion
>After the unfortunate death of Esbjorn Svensson and the dissolving of the Esbjorn Svensson Trio, the bassist, Dan Berglund started this group. “Tonbruket” translates to “tone workshop” and the group explores the influences of classic progressive rock with unique instrumentation, influences of world music, and a spirit of improvisation.
Chico Hamilton Quintet ft. Eric Dolphy (1959)
>avant garde, third stream, hard bop
>Dolphy joined forces with bandleader and drummer Chico Hamilton in the late 50's and proved a valuable addition to his band. Here, on Hamilton's interesting original compositions the band blends mainstream jazz with classical music and touches of the avant garde. Dolphy's early playing is rich with bebop-isms but already starting to move away from them in interesting ways.
Scientist Meets the Space Invaders (1981)
>A classic dub record produced by Mikey "Roots" Scott & Linval Thompson and mixed at King Tubby's studio. An offshoot of reggae, this dub record takes its inspiration from classic arcade games.
Chet Baker- The Touch of Your Lips (1979)
>cool jazz, trumpet trio
>Arguably the best of Chet's late trio albums (trumpet, guitar, bass). The format gives a very relaxed and peaceful atmosphere to the music and is perfect for Baker's restrained, subtle playing. Even his singing sounds pretty good on this album.
Chris Potter Underground Orchestra- Imaginary Cities (2015)
>contemporary composition, improvisation
>Tenor saxophonist extraordinaire Chris Potter's most recent album builds on his usual "Undground Band" by adding a string quartet and vibraphone to to complete his 11-piece "Underground Orchestra." The compositions take influence from jazz, 20th century classical music, and ethnic folk music, but they all feature intense improvisational sections as well.
Elliott Smith - Live at Studion (1998) 
>acoustic, indie folk, best performance of his career
requesting New Moon also by Elliott Smith
fucking quality, cheers man
Pussygutt - 2008 - She Hid Behind Her Veil
>Ambient, Drone, Doom Metal, Spooky
It's just a short sample because the whole "album" is a single 47 minute length track.
Pussygutt - Gathering Strengths + Wolvserpent - Blood Seed
>Ambient, Drone, Doom Metal, Spooky
They first released Gathering Strengths then changed their name and released Blood Seed. Both albums were later merged and re-released as a compilation.
And a little request - http://www.discogs.com/Various-Work/master/743713 rip darkside According to hasitleaked it should be somewhere on whatcd.
George Russell- Ezz-thetics (1961)
>avant-garde, jazz composition
>Pianist George Russell presents several of his own compostions, as well as thoughtful re-workings of new compositions by both Monk and Miles Davis. With an excellent band including Eric Dolphy, David Baker, Don Ellis, and Steve Swallow, this is a must-hear for those interested in jazz composition or arranging.
Bout to share ten of my favorite albums, hope y'all enjoy em'
Black Moth Super Rainbow - Falling Through A Field (2003)
>Its good despite the name core, great low fi 70's organs with interesting percussion
Charles Mingus - Mingus Ah Um (1959)
>Arguably one of the introductory classic jazz masterpieces among Kind of Blue and A Love Supreme
Erykah Badu - Baduizm (1997)
>Neo Soul Masterpiece, D'Angelo's female counterpart, she a goddess, Beyonce needs to move over for the Queen Mother
Eugene McDaniels - Headless Heroes of the Apocalypse (1971)
>A beautiful slice of music that incorporates funk, soul, social consciousness and lyrical literacy, this guys discography is tragically small
Bob Dylan - The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan (1963)
>You've heard this, if you haven't this is a good place to start listening to Dylan, beautiful entry level record
Bloc Party - Silent Alarm (2005)
>One of the best Post-Punk revival albums of the 2000's, one of my favorites in middle school, still love it to death
A Tribe Called Quest - The Low End Theory (1991)
>Top of the line Brooklyn bohemian hip hop, 1991 saw an explosion of talent and creativity in the world of hip hop, this is one of the gems of that stunning year
Modest Mouse - The Lonesome Crowded West (1997)
>Arguably the best Modest Mouse release, Isaac Brock reflects on the destruction of a mythical west from the lens of a drugged up trailer rat
Kendrick Lamar - Good Kid M.A.A.D. City (2012)
>I don't really need to give an introduction to this core
Circle Takes the Square
>Punk/Metal/hardcore with Prog elements. Some consider it to be kind of early emo/screamo, but I don't really know how to define emo/screamo, so I wouldn't say that myself.
Their two full lengths are free on their bandcamp
The sample I used is my favorite song from them, but it's only on one of their first EPs, if anyone is interested, I can post the link to that EP as well.
My last share, gotta head to class
Nick Drake - Pink Moon (1972)
>The magnum opus of a struggling artist who lacked notoriety in his era, if you're on 4chan and you haven't heard this please download it
Really? Would you consider it to be different from the modern day screamo out there today? I loved this band back in like 2013-2014 when I was like 14 years old, but I never really got into the whole screamo/emo movement cause the edginess of the fans bugged the shit out of me. I just figured it was more like a metal/punk/hardcore blend, and I was big into metal and punk back then, so I thought it had a refreshing sound compared to what I was listening to back then.
Can you rec me anything else similar? I love how lyrics are so arcane, reminds me of black metal a lot- but of course I wouldn't call them that.
/mu/tants check out this insane progressive metal band from Reading, Berskhire UK.
Sylosis - Monolith.
The drumming in the first track is fucking insane, tight and precise. They're definitely in my top three favorite bands.
>stoner/doom metal from Austin, Texas. Commonly compared to Black Sabbath, but I think they stand on their own pretty fucking well.
Shlomo- Bad Vibes
>Trip-hop, and then some.
Can't post the link cause it thinks it's spam. just google "Shlomo Bad Vibes zip" and it's on one of the blogs that first comes up.
Orpheus and Eurydice. The last track of this album is Enshrined. It's a 19 minute track. Enshrined A ends at about 4:30. 9-10 minutes worth of silence. Enshrined B starts around that time.
Patato Valdes and his Latin Percussion Friends- Authority (1976)
>guaguanco, Afro-Cuban improvisation
>Valdes was one of the percussionists who played on a number of great Latin records in the 50’s and 60’s. This album is heavy on percussion and vocals and features the stringed instruments quinto and tres in the traditional Cuban style of guaguanco.
iamamiwhoami - CONCERT IN BLUE
(2015) live from 29 / 04 / 2015
>live, synthpop bonanza, electronic, ambient, watercore, seacore
Marika Hackman - We Slept At Last (2015)
eryakuh would have to start bleaching her skin and become a huge race traitor as well as corporate whore and completely turn over creative control to the 300+ team of producers that make one 3 minute song for that vapid cunt.
Okay, time for a request folks. A couple days ago there was a summer-core thread, and some guy posted pic related. The album is (supposedly) called Mewled Elm by artist Amica Mia. I can't find a trace of this on the web, but I don't have a what.cd account. I need help badly, anon.
Sharing This Raw Feeling EP by Route 8, coming out of the Lobster Theremin UK label. They are very forward thinking and abstract with their techno, but this is still a very welcoming release from my favorite artist of theirs. Link below :
Hermann Nitsch - Harmoniumwerk [all volumes]
>long pretty drone with harmoniums. Couldn't find a unified 320 copy so I made my own.
Księżyc - s/t (1996) Remastered (2004) @ V0
>neofolk, avant-folk, polish folk music, psychedelic, neo-medieval
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