Silver Apples - s/t
>Psychedelic Rock, Electronic
R. Andrew Lee - William Duckworth: The Time Curve Preludes
Hermae - s/t (????? - ?????) (1990) v0
>rare, greek, free psychedelic
Incredibly atmospheric and beautiful psychedelic music with some definite jazz influences.
Malaria! - Emotion!
Astor Piazzolla and The New Tango Quintet - Tango: Zero Hour
>Tango Nuevo, Modern Classical
Bardo Pond - Bufo Alvarius
>Psychedelic Rock, Drone
Dog Faced Hermans - Mental Block for All Ages
>Post-Punk, Experimental Rock
Why does Greece make you think of deserts/Arabia?
Hey guys, just a heads up, i think i'm gonna be dropping something big....
rare release, as in, hasn't been up anywhere else online before levels of exclusive. i got it now i'm gonna maybe rip it
I dont know, just heard some arabic influences in there and images of vast and mysterious deserts just popped into my head.
My head just works that way.
Smog - Knock Knock
Silver Jews--The Natural Bridge
>90s indie sort of
Momus - Circus Maximus
High Expectations/Low Results--Faunts
Some of the pop-ish tracks sound like radiohead, the last few are much longer, sleepycore sorta stuff.
Sample 2- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YM6VAN-LReY
Been a while since I've done this...
Tawny Peaks - In Silver River (2014)
Pinegrove - Mixtape Vol. 2
>lo-fi, folk, emo, a total compilation of the band's output so far
>Stoner Jam-Rock whatever
Quite the listen, only drawback being somewhat poor audio quality. Still worth it, imo.
Alright here it is, this is possibly the most exclusive album ever shared on /mu/.
I was going through old family stuff when I found an old mixtape my sister made back in her embarrasing highschool weeaboo days. So I ripped the thing and uploaded it.
That's right, you can step into the shoes of a highschool girl in 2004 who shops exclusively at hot topic!
I'm not going to spoil what exactly is on here because it's fucking hilarious.
>Genre: 2004-core, bad remixes of final fantasy 7 midis
Are you a bad enough dude to make it through ALL 18 tracks?
Braving the Seabed - Braving the Seabed (2000)
>slowcore, minimalist post-rock, male/female vocals
Asa & Stumbleine - Your Secret EP
>basically what the album art would sound like
Master Musicians of Bukkake - Totem One
>Psychedelic Folk, Free Folk
I loved all the slowcore/ambient/drone you posted for awhile, thanks for those.
Zelienople - Give It Up (2009)
>minimalist post-rock with a lot of drone ambient elements, extremely atmospheric, I've heard the sound described as "...taking old Codeine or Low songs and slowing them down and wrapping them in gauze."
Huerco S. - Colonial Patterns
>Techno, dub, whatever
>Kinda like R.I.P.
I have all my burnt CD's from when I was 11 - 13 in a stack.
Lots of shitastic music, bad nu metal, entry level hip hop, various shitty hard trance songs, hans zimmer, poppunk. All in glorious 128 kbs mps, complete with digital artifacts, downloaded via kazza, limewire, iMesh and so on.
It's like a time capsule into my mind at 12.
That's beautiful m8.
I never was much into music at an early age like that. The closest thing I got to old childhood artifacts of music are 2 Franz Ferdinand CDs from like, 6th grade. Thing is though Franz Ferdinand is still great, so, it works out
Andy Stott - Luxury Problems
>listen with good headphones/speakers
>CHECK THIS OUT!
that fucking kick, that fucking bass, those fucking synths, that fucking harmonizing.
I'm laughing all ready.
Were off to a good start
Barry Adamson - Moss Side Story
>Film Score, Post-Rock, features Diamanda Galas
>Zs - New Slaves (2010) @320kbps
Honestly, the title track is a bit of a patience-tester as far as I'm concerned, but overall great album.
V-3 - Negotiate Nothing (1992)
>90s indie garage rock/noise rock outfit led by a cult musician outta Ohio, has that similar no bullshit vibe of Guided By Voices, darker though
Sun Araw- Beach Head
>Psychedelic Drone, Tropical
Air France - No Way Down
>Balearic Beat, Dream Pop
Gibson Bros. - Dedicated Fool (1989)
>lo-fi, garage rock/blues/psychobilly, just an absolute racket
Mohave Triangles - Haze for Daze (2011)
>electronic/psyched-out beats, samples, ambient
D/P/I - Fresh Roses (2013)
>glitch, experimental electronic music
glitch-samples and a 7-minute masturbatory rant about depression.
Lou Breed - Stoned Out Two: Morning of the Way to Love
>lo-fi, psychedelic pop/electronic, ambient, as summertime as the cover is telling you
Loftus - Loftus (1996)
>minimalist folk/slowcore with a slight psychedelic tint, members of Red Red Meat, Rex, album for a hot humid summer night
Ultralyd - Chromosome Gun
>Free Jazz, Noise Rock, Chaotic
The Sacred Mushroom - The Sacred Mushroom
The Sacred Mushroom (1969).rar 44.6 MB
Helvetia - Nothing in Rambling (2012)
>offshoot of the great space-rock group Duster, more straight-forward rock structures, slightly psychedelic, still has that lo-fi charm.
Stab Something - Stab Something
My Morning Jacket - Sweatbees (2002)
>Alt-Country, Indie Rock
A sampler EP of some of the best of My Morning Jacket. There are a couple of tracks that appear on other releases, but the tracks that aren't are worth the download alone. This is a very good place to start if you're interested in checking out this wonderful band.
Jefre Cantu-Ledesma - Bloodstream Sermon (2010)
>drone ambient, super nighttime/sleep friendly, feels like you're getting a warm energy hug when you're really chilled, it's definitely one of my favorites drones and I have a pretty huge emotional attachment to this tape in particular
Slim Thug - Already Platinum (2005)
>Southern Hip Hop, Gangsta Rap
Slim Thug raps over Neptunes beats and has some sweet singles, like I Ain't Heard of That, and the title track, both have a guest rap from Pharrell. Only bosses need apply. Also, as a bit of trivia, the album title stems from Slim Thug alread being a millionaire before meeting Pharrell
Cat Power - Moon Pix
Rameses III - I Could Not Love You More (2009)
>ambient, minimalist folk instrumentation, nature field recordings, the instrumentation itself fluctuates to melodies to more sprawling moods
Super Minerals - Ancient Signal (2007)
>psychedelic drone ambient from members of the top notch psychedelic rock group Magic Lantern, super sprawling, process soaked drones that sound awesome and muddy as hell
Ripped myself, this release is pretty limited in number, probably the first time it's online at all.
Klessa - Aloha Demons
>Folk, Jordaan Mason was involved
Nuetral Milk Hotel - In the Aeroplane over the Sea
>folk rock, meme-folk , lo-fi
Jonzun Crew - Lost In Space (1983)
>electro-funk, boogie, hip-hop
Jonzun Crew was an electro and early funk–hip hop group that was active in the 1980s. "Lost in Space" is very much into its space exploration/high-tech fantasy theme, but it's totally the opposite of creepy ambient techno. This is an awesome party album, and every track is very danceable and a electro anthem.
Preslav Literary School - La Réflexion Du Tir (2012)
>'ambient broadcasts'. live tape collages using self-generated/discovered outsider noise, found sound and spoken word cassettes. that are then processed through transference/overdubbing/live manipulation. I find this stuff incredibly unique, definitely worth a listen if you like genre
Moonshake - Eva Luna
>Experimental Rock, Post-Punk
The Escorts - 3 Down 4 To Go (1974)
>R&B, soul, 1970s
Of all the sweet and satin-voiced groups to grace the R&B charts in the early to mid-70s, The Escorts have one distinction (which some consider somewhat dubious) of being the one and only team to have started their recording career behind bars. A lot of samples you know stem from here, even from the beloved J Dilla.
Mike Tamburo and His Orchestra - Ghosts of Marumbey (2006)
>longform psychedelic folk/american primitivism/drone, the songs start up and then at a point the bottom seems to drop out from underneath then and things gets much more ambient and spacey
Dahga Bloom - No Curtains (2014)
>psychedelic rock, stoner rock, drone, sample says it all
>1970's French Jazz, Experimental, psychedelic
MELTY - Mysterious Journey
>Electronic, Grime, Hip-hop
New Forest - Distant Realities (2014)
>psychedelic ambient/drone, really organic/earthy sounding
That album doesn't provoke images of deserts for me, anything krautrock sounds too western imo.
And your right, Mullah Said would be probably be better, unless you don't like ambient.
Great Plains - Naked At The Buy, Sell, And Trade (1985)
>underground 80s gem, new wave with super bouncy keyboards that has a garage rock sort of sensibility, songs that will get caught in your head
Maybeshewill - Not For Want of Trying
>Post-Rock, Math Rock, kind of like a heavier And So I Watch You From Afar with a bunch of electronics sprinkled throughout
??? - ? ? ? ? ? ?? ? ?? ??
>psychedelic ambient/drone, best name ever-core
No Sample :(
High Wolf - Kairos:Chronos (2013)
>psychedelic/dub/psytrance/krautrocky almost?, this album pulls in influences all over the map with the general destination being groovy as fuck
Hitting the sack, goodnight!
But first, proper album artwork
ADULT. - Gimmie Trouble
>post-punk, synthpunk, electroclash, industrial
thanks for this, I've been meaning to listen to him
you don't by chance have any other links or recommendations on where to go after this album
>??? - ? ? ? ? ? ?? ? ?? ??
negro that band does not exist
just finished listening to it and thought it was kind of meh, but maybe it takes a couple of listens
started listening to his last album as Smog and I'm loving it so far even though it's pretty similar to Dream River
V.A. - Funk fu : fight 1
edited by the french label Big cheese records, here is a very solid funk compilation which can introduce you to some great undergroud artists
last track i pretty fun, a collage of funk sounds and speeches about Superfly being missing and Shaft going after him
Ninth Paradise - Ninth Paradise
>shoegaze, dreampop, cool stuff
These guys are great you should check them out, they have 2 albums both free on their bandcamp.
I'm looking for some Prayers SD Killwave.
V.A. - Funk fu : fight 2
and here is the second volume of the collection, more handpicked forgotten funk 7"s to get the boogie going on
Nick Diamonds - I am an Attic
Barren Harvest - Subtle Cruelties
V.A. - The big cheese
and here is a third (and last for today) funk comp, still from Big cheese records, and still grooving high
Colleen - The Golden Morning Breaks
Aeroc - R+B=?
>Balearic Beat, Glitch Pop
I'm just going by what RYM has usually.
I usually don't trust RYM much, but that's just me
Rolland S. Howard - Teenage Snuff Film
>Blues rock, post-punk, goth
Yawning Man - Vista Point
>instrumental stoner, surf rock, summercore. one of the first "desert rock" bands, the scene well known for spawning Kyuss
Xiu Xiu - Unclouded Sky
>Folk, Field Recordings
Know any better sites?
anyone got van dyke parks- arrangements vol I?
here's The Beach Boys- Adult/Child
G.Green - Crap Culture (2012)
>Indie Punk, Yes, this is the band that Mexican Girl (from lord of the game by DG) is in
Stern - Entitlement
>some kind of fucked up pop rock with industrial overtones inspired by David Lynch. lead by Chuck Stern of Time of Orchids, featuring Toby Driver, Tim Byrnes, and Keith Abrams of Kayo Dot
Deerhoof - Halfbird
>Noise Pop, Indie Rock
Barn Owl - Lost in the Glare
Antipop Consortium - Arrhythmia
>Hip Hop, Experimental Hip Hop
Black Tambourine - Complete Recordings
Noise Pop, Twee Pop
well, discogs maybe? I usually just got with my own intuition though.
Runner Veil - New Brutalism
>Minimal Techno, Ambient, Industrial, Dubstep, 2014
First off, I'm really sick and tired of indie bands saying they are inspired by David Lynch, this seems to be the new hip trend or something. Also, this kinda just sounds like animal collective to me.
Aril Brikha - Deeparture in Time
That's a great album, and I'll try discogs.
Negativland - Helter Stupid
>Sound Collage, Satire
Thanks, personally I had a lot of trouble getting through the album and I'm usually ok with that sort of music... It is an interesting album though
Now for something completely different
Amanda Blank - I Love You
>pop rap, slutcore, electro, tgirl
you know, I could never get into Negativland, it always just seemed that they were trying to piss people off just to piss people off with no real message or goal, and when they aren't trying to piss people off it's just a barrage of out of context weird for the sake of weird. I always felt like they were more out for attention than making what ever statement it is that people used to claim they were making.
I don't think they were trying to provide any deep message throughout their career, it was mostly just satire of what most people were already against and comical publicity stunts.
I could be misinformed though.
At the time when they were getting press coverage there was like this whole claim that they were like some sort of super deep meta-satire and "attacking" the music industry, and whether it was true or not, they ran with that, that is why each of their copy and paste projects used more and more high profile artists.
Yeah, I'm not too well-acquainted with the artist, but as far as I know it's a serious thing. At the very least, this EP is real good. From what I've heard, it's less minimalist than his other stuff, if that matters.
I think Sun Araw makes some of the best psychedelic music out there currently. He has an insane output and a knack for creating grooves. Being stoned/drunk can certainly help amplify the grooves, that's for sure.
OOIOO - Gold & Green
>Indie Rock, Psychedelic
You should start with Magic Lantern's two albums before going into Sun Araw. Cameron Stallones (Sun Araw) was a member along with Phil French and William Giacchi, who are a part of Super Minerals (>>48461635). I have always thought that Magic Lantern is the perfect gateway to the other members' projects.
The Flying Luttenbachers - Destroy All Music
>Noise Rock, Free Jazz
Merchandise - (Strange Songs) In the Dark
>Noise Pop, LoFi
M83 - Dead Cities, Red Seas & Lost Ghosts
>Dream Pop, Electronic, not good
Thanks, despite the hot opinions. In fact, you're a pretty awesome guy. I like you. Your opinions may suck, but you help people out in a pinch. A valuable member of society, you are.
Robedoor - Paralell Wanderer
>Heavy shoegaze, drone with occasional vocals
Great work, driving, background music
Album cover reminds me of old game developer, "Ocean"
Dadamah - This is Not a Dream
Prayers - SD Killwave
>Not Sure, Requested
Only thing I could find, may not even be what you wanted.
Brothers of the Occult Sisterhood - Animal Speak
>Free Folk, Psychedelic Folk
rec'ing the fuck out of all of these, thanks. keep the psych / free folk flowing pls
D.A.F. - Alles Ist Gut
David Thomas Broughton - The Complete Guide to Insufficiency
It's on rutracker
????? ???????? - ???????????
>Greek, Byzantine, Psych Folk
3213658 - flac
1004942 - mp3
2993323 - Raster Norton Label Discography mp3
Might be missing his newer albums.
the numbers go at the end of this if you didn't know: http://rutracker.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=
Requesting Camille 2000 soundtrack, can't find it anywhere
Crescent - Now
Toe - The Book About My Idle Plot on a Vague Anxiety
Attwenger - Sun
>Folktronica, Experimental Hip Hop
Hey guys, time for a dump of "stuff I've never seen mentioned on /mu/ before." All works listed in order of appearance on collage, read left to right, top to bottom. To anticipate complaints: If you've seen any of this mentioned on /mu/ before, good for you!
1. Emphemetry - A Lullaby Hum For Tired Streets
> ambient; singer-songwriter
Sample: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxrct2Id65Y (ambient)
Sample: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rhyZ7JNQujg (singer-songwriter)
2. Dionaea - Still
> progressive metal; has moments of hardcore, spaz-grind, and post-rock
3. All There - All There
> dream pop concept album about a breakup, with male and female vocalists
4. Ebb - Loona
> weird, glitchy, dreamy
5. Water Moccasins - Broken Tone
> lo-fi shoegaze/dream pop
6. Vanilla - High Life
> instrumental hip-hop; loads of soul and jazz samples
7. Vundabar - Antics
> surf rock, fun idk
8. Piles and Piles - Premonitions Say
> math-rock feel, but not hyper-technical; cool dreamy parts
9. Paul Stuart and the Sweet Powerpack - Talk About Particular Generalities
> glitchy, dreamy, idk
Sample: None from this album on youtube
10. Widows - Day For Airstrikes
Sample: None from this album on youtube
11. Fantasy Garden - Fantasy Garden
> dream hop, space house, idk
Sample: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VysXaIwTesU (excuse the image and the [CHILLWAVE] title)
12. Field Rotation - And Tomorrow I Will Sleep
13. Inspirative - Memories Come Rushing Up To Meet Me Now
> post-rock, from thailand
14. ????????? ???? - 10
> atmospheric screamo ft. violin
15. Dolphins Into The Future - Ke Ala Ke Kua
> ambient, psychadelic, tropical
16. Five Day Forecast - Sincerely, ______
> folk-inspired, idk really what genre this is
Sample: none on youtube
Let me know of any link errors or whatever.
>Soul, Funk, Spokenword, Classic
Controller 7 - Left Handed Straw
>turntablism, instrumental-hip hop
Does anybody have a vinyl rip of the Forstella Ford / Life Detecting Coffins split btw?
Institute - Giddy Boys
>post-punk? i don't know much about this genre
Institute - Demo 2013
Third Eye Foundation - I Poo Poo on Your JuJu
>Illbient or something, remixes and collaborations
Artist - Album .rar or Artist - Album blogspot
/r/ing Flutey from the Caustic Window LP. The version that's in the archives cuts out with about a minute and a half left in the track.
2010-Count the Almonds
L'Orange - The Orchid Days
>Hip Hop, Trip Hop
Ed Askew - Ask the Unicorn
>Psych Folk, Singer/Songwriter
Checking out Ebb, ????????? ????, Dionaea, and Dolphins Into The Future. also: nice to see someone else who knows All There. Do you keep up with the solo projects of each member? Maxton's new Infinitefreefall mashup album was way too hype, like, a shattering of how lazy mashup artists like Girl Talk have become in the past 5 years.
You're welcome! Have another, everyone:
17. Pogo - Texturebox
> glitch, experimental, spastic-chillout
anyone have any good ultra-dreamy mellow shoegaze like SPC ECO's sirens and satellites?
I've actually never listened to any of their solo stuff, believe it or not- I just never got around to it. I'll have to look into that; thanks!
18. Lackluster - Container
> chiptuney synths play minimal, atmospheric music
electronic, pop/rock, disco
Black Tape for a Blue Girl - Remnants of a Deeper Purity
Have you Checked Out Andy Stott's most recent EP's, most people consider them better than luxury problems in my experience.
Frog Eyes - The Golden River
Should I make a new thread?
BFK by Freddie gibbs
>extremely catchy, hard, yet not ignorant gangster rap. Gibbs amazingly versatile flow will have you bumpin along to at least a few of these tracks.
Personally I fuck with every song on the album. Seriously, this guy is incredibly overrated. Give it a full listen through.