>No Share thread
unacceptable, post what you've got
Gazpacho - Demon
>Progressive rock, art rock
8th album from one of the most acclaimed Norwegian post-progressive bands, currently in RYM's top 30 for 2014
Here's a link for the rest of their discography excluding 2012's March of Ghosts
Solanum - Spheres of Time (1998)
>dungeon synth, ambient, lo-fi demo
Mindflayer - Expedition To The Harrier Peaks (2006)
(sample is from a different album)
>noise rock, members of Lightning bolt and Forcefield
Boom Bip - Corymb
>IDM, hip-hop, ambient, breakcore, remixes from Boards of Canada, Four Tet, Venetian Snares, and cLOUDEAD
In case any of you missed the leak yesterday.
Thanks again tot he anon that posted this.
NoMeansNo - Wrong (1989)
>punk, experimental, post-hardcore, groovy bass
probably their most famous album, it's fun and weird and a good entry point to this sorta stuff
Sims Tower 2 OST
>vaporwave, fuck you, this might be the whole game I can't remember
Fennec - Let Your Heart Break
sample : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhZplkfRYCM
dl : http://fennecsound.bandcamp.com/
My personal bleep AOTY
Bull of Heaven - 305: Hostages are Human Beings
>Post-rock, Tribal Ambient
Jungle - Jungle
>neo-disco, electronic, funk, soul
It was released today, so get it while it's hot.
Yea, for real. I never contributed much. Whats the easiest way to upload an album and share? Zip it up and then upload to mega and share link? I've got some good music I can share.
Jambinai - ??
>Traditional Korean music mixed with metal/noise rock
therse guys kick ass, here's their first ep
Jungle - The Heat EP
>electronic, funk, soul/r&b, chill as fuck, imagine like Danger Mouse/Gorillaz stuff just listen to the sample got damn
Psicomagia - Psicomagia
>jazz fusion, prog/psych rock
that's fuckin beautiful, thanks
Limp - Orion
Clint Mansell - ?
>Soundtrack to the 1998 Aronofsky film. Great DnB and IDM, from Autechre and Aphex Twin to Massive Attack and David Holmes
>m4a but HIGH bitrate
Black Moth Super Rainbow - Start A People
Also here is a noise dohickey I made this morning, its only 7 minutes so give it a listen
I've been looking in the archive for Death From Above 1979's You're a Woman I'm a Machine in 320 kbps and all the links are dead. Does anyone here have a copy in 320 that they could upload? Thanks in advance
Will you dare download it ? You won't regret it.
Madlib - Stone's Throw Motown Mix
>The almighty Beat Konducta doing what he does best with the Motown Records catalog
>the grooviest shit you'll hear all week
Man Bites Dog - Noir
>Experimental Hip Hop
I just bought this and listening to it right now, it might be my aoty so ill share it with you guys
Music From Saharan Cellphones Vol. 2.zip
/r/equesting Lorca,Starsailor and Happy sad by tim buckley NOT IN FLAC
Its not me. Also the genre is pretty wide on that album. Just try it. I found it the same way im sharing it to you guys.
Also mu is the last place that ill be promoting my ass ff.
Gonna share some inb4 "stop promoting your shitty band"-core misc bandcamp stuff.
White Pony - Illusory Affection
>lofi, shoegaze, noise rock
Barlow* - Fell Asleep EP
>lofi, shoegaze, recorded to tape
Friendless Bummer - Militia EP
>punk, lofi, pop
Eric's Trip - Love Tara (1993)
>Lo-Fi Indie, Indie Rock, Noise Rock, Indieindieindieindie
Very interesting lo-fi release from Eric's Trip. The album utilizes the intimacy of low-fi in a way I didn't expect. And all the melodies here feel more like they're out of the velvet underground playbook of riffs than they are from bands of the time.
this is actually a good album, and I rec that everyone download it
The Exploding Hearts - Guitar Romantic (2003)
>Power Pop, Garage Rock Revival, Punk
The perfect pop album. Every song on Guitar Romantic chugs along at the loudest volume possible while also providing the best hooks in contemporary rock. This album is drenched in rawness & energy. If you love raw guitar and catchy melodies then you'll love this.
Freedom's Children - Galactic Vibes (1971)
>Heavy Psych, Psychedelic Rock, Proto-Doom Metal
A long trippy music experience throughout from South Africa. Hard-driven psych & depressive beauty lsd tunes, in a nutshell. It's a strange listen, but if you're lucky, you might get the vibe before I did.
DJ Q - Ineffable (2014)
>UK Bassline, Garage, Techno
Well-judged vocal features, vaults into French filter house, hints of grime and even some percussive elements that nod to trap rap. Much of it is either in contrast to, or someway ahead of, the dance music popular in the charts right now but you don't get the impression that DJ Q himself is trying to highlight these distinctions. In terms of sheer technical brilliance and joy, it can more than stand up to any other UK dance or pop album around it.
Ray Barretto - Acid (1968)
>Latin Jazz, Salsa, NOT Psychedelic
Come in expecting some of the finest Nuyorican jazz you're ever gonna find, well, you're in for a treat, 'cuz this is about as good and consistent a record as some of the best in jazz ever put out. If you're looking to add some real variety to your music, this is THE place to start. a great balance of styles with so many musicians being so on point and the rhythms and melodies so perfect. i also hear this started salsa music or something. Take a look at the guy on the cover. If he can get that worked up about his music, so can you!
This is the only one I downloaded, dont like the look of the rest
Here's what I'm listening to
The Bug - London Zoo
>weird noises, black man doing things, too early to tell if I like it but its ok
This picture is "NOT" the album art but its what it reminds me of if that makes sense
Sorry if I came off like a dick. Harrier Peaks is awesome, it's just not what i'd use to define Mindflayer. Currently listening to Thee Oh Sees - Zork's Tape Bruise
Bro I haven't listened to any mindflayer at all yet so i dont know whats what, you responded to my post saying it was all that i downloaded. got two albums on the backburner now so thanks
I like thee oh sees too
nowhere near that at all, only heard Putrifers II and Floating Coffin. I know they're pretty prolific, just not a band I'd go crazy for
see pic: "chip" in a bottle
are you their #1 fan? Are they your favourite band? I wish I had music I was so passionate and motivated about
Haha, I don't know man. Most of their records have a different style or influence and I really like hearing what they pump out with it. I have almost every record Dwyer's ever released.
Ask for anything, I'm in a generous mood
Yes. Shoegaze and Metal are my areas of expertise, if you name it I probably have it
Which Big Black? SAF?
I only have Aesthetica and that EP, I have Reannihilation cassette though
Hmm, Sigur are so well known I'd just check the archive. They're great though.
It's a little tumblr-corey though, especially on tracks like The Labyrinth which is a dude rapping over chiptune.
For the most part though, it's a pretty fun, accessible psych pop album
SHARETHREAD != REQUEST THREAD
IF YOU WANT TO SEE ALBUMS THAT OTHER PEOPLE RECOMMEND AND RECOMMEND ALBUMS TO OTHER PEOPLE, HEAD TO A SHARETHREAD.
IF YOU WANT TO DOWNLOAD A SPECIFIC ALBUM CHECK THE ARCHIVE AND SOULSEEK AND GOOGLE AND MUTRACKER AND RUTRACKER.
HOW DO PEOPLE STILL NOT GET THIS?
Fuck this album
Couldn't get through half of this
You tricked me anon
Pretty big pleb here, ask anything you want, most of these are full discographies, but only half of them is in 320
my friends wont stop trying to get me into Tyler the Creator and so i have decided to listen to the album they rave about, Wolf. however all of the links in the archive are rickrolls. can some anon upload it?
I'm looking for Adem - Homesongs, I checked the archive but the only link was down.
Magazine - Real Life
>Post-punk, New wave
1978 debut from one of the most acclaimed post-punk bands originally formed by former Buzzcocks members Howard Devoto, one of the essentials.
Some people are looking for some pretty obscure stuff, so I guess this is a good way to find some of that stuff
IO found some relatively unknown black metal bands through /mu/ share thread, so it's a good way to find new music
I'm not gonna completely spoonfeed you step by step how to download something from freign sites, but usually you should look for biggest button with down arrow and then type in the CAPTCHA
I hit the download button and was greeted with something that appeared to be asking me to log in to a profile or buy a membership because that had features a free profile didn't as evidenced by moonrunes followed by x's or checks
Well I don't know what your problem is it probably doesn't work in foreign countries
Simcity 3000 Soundtrack.zip 88.0 MB
4R0:20- Afroman - (2004) - [@320]
>indie hip-hop, west coast rap, post-because i got high,
btw, afroman has more music at http://www.afromanmuzzicc.com
Looking for LMNTS by RXYZYXR
Archive didn't have anything
Thanks so much.
As payment for uploading this I
am completely obligated to fellate
you for an hour. No homo.
If you want people to stay out of your sharethread with requests, make a request thread. Right now there aren't any so don't be surprised the people who want music have flocked here.
This is a UK Garage compilation I made for myself.
Are we uploading compilations now?
Here is one I made of most of jamie xx's remixes.
Include file key
ya m8 youre a cool dude. everyone around you just isnt on your level and are happy just sitting in a chair watching reality tv to try to vicariously expand their small lives. youre on that next shit
Greg Guidry - Over the Line (1982)
>West Coast Rock, AOR,
An extremely catchy and well crafted pop-soul song. It's from the 80's so there's a palpable layer of feat caked all over this, but this is surprisingly holds very well and is a great recommendation to ride in your station wagon with your raybans and suede jacket. If you're in need of sax solos, look no further.
Margie Joseph - Margie Joseph Makes a New Impression (1970)
>Southern Soul, R&B
Frequently compared to Aretha Franklin, singer Margie Joseph earned neither the fame nor the critical success lavished upon the Queen of Soul, but a series of excellent records during the ‘70s nevertheless won her a spot in the pantheon of soul cult favorites. Margie's pleading toughness and that gnarly electric guitar work are a force to be reckoned with.
Palace Music - Viva Last Blues 1995)
This is the definitive release of the albums Will Oldham recorded under any of his Palace monikers. It sits nicely in between his rough beginnings and his later career as Bonnie 'Prince' Billy. The production is more professional and his backing band is rocking harder than on anything he recorded before. The arrangements used on the LP are fully realised in Albini's mix and strongly evoke a frontier-like atmosphere throughout. This provides a remarkable background against which Oldham is at his most intense and absorbing.
rachel's is chamber music group that makes some sort of neoclassical minimalist music
here's the entirety of rachel's discography in mp3 (don't know the bitrate)
rutracker has failed me, if anyone could find me a link to the download of xela & Jefre Cantu-Ledesma love is a... I don't know, every single piece is titled something in relation to love (love is a stream, love is a dream, etc).
not looking for a download just if on the off chance someone recognizes my vague description!
It's a J-Rock band, with a male vocalist who sings high in pitch, but not sure if it's exactly a falsetto, but also 'screams'. They had a single a few years ago,
DEE-DEDE-DEE-DEE DEE DEEEEE was the mid-fast paced vocal melody / best way I can describe it. Before going back into a verse he screamed the last word.
It's been in my head for months and I have no leads, but that's all I can describe it as. If anyone has any inclinations, that would be beautiful
someones have a mirrored link?
Fantastic albums, excellent shares! They've motivated me to partake in the fun.
I don't have the most impressive library or the most obscure releases in it but if anyone is interested I can upload a couple albums (it's all in .flac format but I can convert it into something else if you'd prefer)
Get a load of this nigger.
If somebody is too lazy or incompetent too look for an album themselves then they can either wait for one of sky's threads or make their own request thread. A share thread is not meant for spamming your (usually easy to find) requests.
I saw them live two weeks ago and they were amazing. I rec Zhaoze as well.
Zhaoze - 1911
>Chinese traditional meets post rock. More chill than Jambinai.
Anyone have one of the newest He albums Zelkova, Re;takes, or birds?
Haven't been able to find this shit anywhere else.
whoop some /fa/scist swapped pics with my post
hey this is pretty good. thanks for the share
>look up band
>band ended after 3 of the four members died in a car crash
>happy album turns sad
Urbangarde - Koi to Kakumei to Urbangarde
>less conventional J-Pop/Rock/Electronic, dubbed "Tokyo Trauma Pop" by the band
I was surprised by how much I liked it.
Very decent HipHop album, considering I've never heard anyone say anything about it.
requesting w h o r e c o r e by l s d x o x o
checked the archives, nothing
will upload anything from my library if provided
ADULT. - Gimmie Trouble
>Post-punk, synthpunk, industrial, new wave, insanely underrated album from 2005 that sounds like it could be directly from 1978. For fans of Devo, Throbbing Gristle, Suicide, Siouxsie & the Banshees
Tipper - Forward Escape
No uploads in the archive surprisingly, underrated band.
Jagwar Ma - Howlin'
>Psychedelic dance, Synthpop
>tfw you're quickly falling out of love with this type of music
it just all sounds the same...
Hey I know it's late but if you happen to check back
Black Pus- All My Relations
>Noise Rock, Crazy Drumming, Brian Chippendale of Lightning Bolt and Mindflayer solo project
Les Rallizes Dénudés -l Discography (Sort Of)
>Japanese psyche rock, noise rock, psyche-folk
A good chunk of their discography, pic related, all in pretty decent quality, mostly v0/320 with some poorer rips.
Nobody - Willis Eearl Beal
Blues, Downtempo at times I don't fucking know genres are hard, i like it though
Royal City Riot - Whatever You Please
>Long Island ska, reggae, soul, local
hope someone enjoys!
Bad Neighbors - Armed & Hammered
>hip-hop, two dudes from the Sandpeople collective, great production
Barr - Summary
>spoken word, indie schmindie, poetry, angsty