Cluster - Zuckerzeit
>Krautrock, electronic 
Art Bears - Winter Songs
>Rock in opposition, avant-prog, for fans of Henry Cow and Slapp Happy, inspired by carvings on the Amiens Cathedral in France 
The Feelies - The Good Earth
>Jangle pop, alt-country, more rural than their post-punk debut
Brotherhood of breath - Procession
big band, free jazz, recorded in 1977. this south african exiles band lead by Chris McGregor delivers here a continuous performance cleverly navigating from joyful Mingus style big band with south african traditional themes to Sun Ra-like freer improvisations
Chris McGregor - In his good time
recorded in Paris in november 1977, this is a solo performance of the south african pianist Chris McGregor (who participated in bands like The blue notes and Brotherhood of breath). the first eight tracks are the first set and a continuous performance, kinda reminiscent of Jarrett's solo recordings, with a more percussive and adventurous sound. the other five tracks are extracts of the second set and follow the same path
Technical Space Composer's Crew - Canaxis 5
>Sound collage, musique concrete, early recording by Can's Holger Czukay
Chris McGregor - Sea breezes
recorded in 1987 after more than a decade not touring South Africa. same kind of slightly free piano playing as in In his good time but this one isn't a continuous set
Pylon - Gyrate
>Post-punk, Athens GA, 
Elliott Smith - Live at Studion (1998) 
>acoustic, indie folk, best live performance of his career
looking for New Moon also by Elliott Smith, can't find it in anything that isn't below 128 quality
Music Emporium - Music Emporium
>God-tier psych rock, great organ, incredible drumming 
The Tallest Man On Earth - Dark Bird Is Home
>folk rock, singer-songwriter, alt-country, feels
Gun Club - Fire of Love
>Cow punk, post-punk, highly recommended 
Trampique - The Voice of Color
>Ambient, techno, dubstep, future garage
>Each track is named after a color in a synesthetic sort of way
No namefag, this is not a request thread. Delete your post faggot.
Serge Chaloff - Blue Serge
hard bop, 1956. Serge Chaloff may not be remembered as he should be as he died pretty young from drug induced spinal tumor (apprently he made this recording in a wheelchair), but is still one of the first important baritone sax players in jazz. on this seminal hard bop session, he delivers (with Leroy Vinnegar on bass, Philly Joe Jones on drums and Sonny Clark on piano) only one original composition but extremely enjoyable takes on popular songs and standards
I hear this album all the time at work, my boss is a grizzled punk from the 80s and this is one of his favs. totally recommend
Picked this up from what, figured I'd share it with you folks
Knxwledge - Hud Dreems(320)
>beats, lotsa jazz saples
Here's a bunch of Half Japanese in FLAC.
>Art Punk, Punk Rock, Indie/Alternative Rock, Lo-Fi, No Wave, Experimental, sometimes bluesy or doo wopey, Nerdy. Jad Fairs voice might be annoying to some.
I personally think that all of this is good stuff.
It's mostly FLAC unless otherwise noted.
If you don't know where to start. Download their greatest hit's from the archive. that's a really well put together compilation of 69 songs.
Tom Lehrer - More of Tom Lehrer
>satire, funny piano songs
Sebadoh - Bakesale
>Essential indie rock
Theatre of Ice
Beyond the Graves of Passion:
A Cool Dark Place to Die:
>Deathrock that's good
These will die soon because i do not have the password to that account anymore.