Sparks - Angst in My Pants
>New Wave, Pop Rock
Acid Baby Jesus - Acid Baby Jesus
>Garage Rock, Psychedelic
Kinoko Teikoku - Eureka
>Dream Pop, Shoegaze
U.S. Maple - Long Hair in Three Stages
Mike Tamburo - Beating of the Rewound Son
i'm sorry to be this girl but does anyone have any of silian rail's stuff? they're not in the archive, it's not free on bandcamp, and i wasn't able to find a dl by googling.
Desperately looking for Phonophani - s/t, or any album by him to be honest. I don't have anything to give you in return but I might share some stuff later itt.
Captain Beyond - S/T (1972)
>Heavy Psych, Hard Rock, Progressive
The album masterfully blends early heavy metal, progressive sensibilities and extremely catchy tune-writing to the extent that oftentimes you simply don't notice how you're headbanging to an odd-time signature groove or how the band effortlessly shifts between song sections. It's a stoner-psych classic.
Fraction - Moon Blood (1971)
>Heavy Psych, Psychedelic Rock, Blues
Moon Blood was the only album this underground psych band ever put out and it rocks so very hard most of the time. Just great heavy psych sound with awesome raw moaning vocals.
Zerfas - S/T (1973)
>Psychedelic Rock, Progressive
Yet another one of those bands that made something beautiful, but then seemed to disappear after their debut. Very good lyrics and some excellent guitar and organ work. Garage driven prog rock, with some psych influences as well as some nice rural moves.
Woo - Into the Heart of Love
>Lo-fi, ambient, folk, electronic
Rare release from 1990
Art Bears - Hopes and Fears
Why Are We Building Such a Big Ship? - Why Are We Building Such a Big Ship?
Search Jim Croce .rar on google, then try some of the links.
Vladislav Delay - Kuopio
The Ex - Joggers & Smoggers
>Post-Punk, Art Punk
Anyone looking for releases from a certain genre?
Skullflower - IIIrd Gatekeeper
>Noise Rock, Drone, Psychedelic
Yah, I'll upload it soon. Also it's the Winter Songs / The World as It Is Today compilation album, so do you want me to just delete the winter songs part or upload the whole album?
swans- the burning world
Swans - Public Castration is a Good Idea
>Industrial, No Wave
i´m looking for swans discography.
who has more links?
>Anyone looking for releases from a certain genre?
yes! i'm looking for really downtempo art pop / lounge / dream pop, or just out-there stuff with dub ambient / dub techno elements
french house is cool too (lesser-known shit)
basically any of those...
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Fever to Tell (2003)
>garage-rock revival, female vocalist, art punk
Blue Hawaii - Untogether
>Art/Dream Pop, Electronic
I'll try posting what I can think of off the top of my head
Dave Bixby - Ode to Quetzalcoatl
You probably heard this already, also have you heard Tim Buckley's Star Sailor or Lorca?
>Dream Pop, Indie Pop
Burning Star Core - Let's Play like the Wild Cats Do
Selda Bagcan - Selda
>Turkish Folk, Acid Folk/Rock
here's a rare as fuck album(good luck finding this on google) from my vault
Motown Superstars Sing Motown Superstars - various artists
>soul, funk, r&b
Floex - Zorya
>Nu Jazz, Ambient, Downtempo
Forest Swords - Engravings
Anyone ? :/ I need this
Anyway I'm gonna share stuff now
Vasilisk - Liberation and Ecstasy
>tribal ambient, ritual ambient
Japanese trio consisting of noise rock/grunge band Copass Grinderz and power electronics outfit White Hospital.
Very spiritual stuff, and an essential album for a genre that is rarely shared on /my/.
East India Youth - Total Strife Forever
I'll upload it soon.
Bill Withers - Live at Carnegie Hall (1973)
One of the best and most historically important live albums ever, imo. In a time troubled with assassinations of public figures, and race relations in america strained, one distinctly talented, distinctly honest, distinctly human guy took stage at Carnegie Hall. This is pretty much essential for any Withers fan or fan of soul music. Great band, superb performances and the between song chatter is fun.
Phonophani - Phonophani
Floating Points - Shadows (2011)
One of the rare releases to get a 5/5 from RA
Definitely worth a listen
Harold Budd - The White Arcades (1988)
One of my favorite late night pieces. I haven't listened to much ambient but I can safely say this'll be among one of my favorites for years to come. Stunning masterpiece of moody and foreboding ambient music. The way Budd makes so much music out of such minimalism is genius. Gentle, drifting synth and piano sound worlds from an American master. Put this on the next time you die and go to heaven in a little rowboat.
Starship Commander Wooooo Wooooo - Mastership (1981)
>Synth Funk, Electro, Outsider Music
This album makes me think of a self-reliant ventriloquist doll trying to make it in music business, doing old school electro. Jaw-dropping, unbelievable ultra-retardo-sub-primitive dancerap. Look at that name and tell me you don't wanna try this out.
Gladys Knight & the Pips - Feelin' Bluesy
Charizma & Peanut Butter Wolf - Big Shots
>West Coast Hip Hop, Boom Bap
"While the history books are filled with the tragic, all-too-premature deaths of a countless number of hip-hop artists - rappers and producers killed at the top of their game, immortalized in the shoutouts of those they inspired - the death of Charles “Charizma” Hicks at only 20 might well be the most heartbreaking. Seen by production sidekick Peanut Butter Wolf as “one of the illest people [he’d] ever met” and described by Stones Throw as “a kid who grew up with three primary concerns - hip hop music, sweets, and apple juice,” Charizma shunned drink and drugs during his lifetime, and his violent end seems to be in direct opposition to the good-natured rhymes he consistently put down on wax."
Dreamdecay - N V N V N V
Huh? Weird, the link works perfectly fine for me. Try the following link. If it doesn't work as well something might just be wrong with my phone. Cuz yeah I'm uploading this from my phone.
The Garbage and the Flowers - Stoned Rehearsal
>NZ lo-fi greatness
Fractured songs and detuned guitars, with occasional violin and lovely female vocals. Happy tunes. Reccomended if you like TFUL282 and Bügsküll.
The Heliocentrics - 13 Degrees of Reality
TOBACCO - Ultima II Massage (2014)
>Wonky, Indietronica, Synth Punk, Neo-Psychedelia
Like most of Tobacco's work this album is a different interpretation of the grimy, nostalgic sound he's been building for years. This album is also a lot more aggressive than any of his other work, so managing to get that delicate atmosphere throughout is pretty impressive. RUN MOTHERFUCKER RUN!!!!!!!
Gravediggaz - 6 Feet Deep
>East Coast Hip-Hop, Hardcore Hip-Hop
hope you like it friend :)
My Morning Jacket - Evil Urges (2008)
>Indie Rock, Alt-Country, Psychedelic Rock
The most divisive album from these guys because of their constant tip-toeing of different styles throughout, and that's why it's one of my favorites. This album was my first venture into independent listening back in '08, and man it did wonders for me. Fantastic vocals, fantastic singles, and a pretty good album overall. Don't listen to Highly Suspicious, though.
Raccoo-oo-oon - Self-Titled
>Noise Rock, Psychedelic
Ground Zero - Revolutionary Pekinese Opera Ver.1.28
>Sound Collage, Musique Concrete
Gnod - The Somnambulist’s Tale
>Free Folk, Drone, Psychedelic
Not to similar, but you would probably like Yerself is Steam by Mercury Rev if you haven't heard it already.
Berntholer - Merry Lines in the Sky
>Art Pop, Synth Pop
Illusion of Safety - Water Seeks Its Own Level
>Sound Collage, Field Recordings
Is it any good?
Does anybody have the Prayers album "SD Killwave"
I see some of you post stuff up before it's on pitchfork. I used to listen to radio all the time, now I get new music from that site but I hate their obnoxious score. where do I find music before pitchfork reviews it?
Gang Gang Dance - God's Money
Singers & Players - Revenge of the Underdog (1982)
Here's some fantastically messed up hybrid reggae from 1981. Its a heavy, heavy sound. he album features some fabulous vocals from the likes of Bim Sherman, Prince Far I and Jah Woosh on great songs like 'Dungeon' and 'Water the Garden'.
Daughters - Hell Songs
>Noise Rock, Mathrock
Bizzy B - The Science EP
Real quick question here since it seems it'd be most relevant for the subject:
I'm going to see a band tonight and I want to give them some albums to check out. I don't own them physically, so I was gonna put them on a cheap flash drive and give it to the band as a gift.
Is this weird or a normal form of sharing music?
It's weird to discuss and share music with musicians? That's the thing that gets me. It does feel weird at first to me, but I'm essentially just going, "Hey, you guys are cool, here's some music I think you'd dig since you guys have given me music I like."
I'm heavily debating it, mainly cause I don't want to seem aggressive and I don't want to lose the flash drive lel.
I don't get this though. I'd love to get music at shows.
I'd rather do a digital route (AKA exactly what happens in these threads), but it seems even sketchier to go, "Hey I'll DM you guys on Twitter a Mega link to all this shit I want to give you.")
Sharing music with a band is a great idea, it just works a lot better when you know each other or are in a personal setting,
I would just talk to them and see how it works out. If you hit it off and you think you can give the flash drive kind of naturally, go ahead. If an opportunity doesn't arise just name drop a few instead.
Then tell them that you've really enjoyed their music and have been able to find out about other great bands in the same vein.
It's giving them a compliment and allowing for possible further discussion.
Sharing an obscure gem
Dominic Frasca - Deviations
>solo acoustic guitar, very technical and well-arranged
>no overdubs (except for percussion, which is made with the guitar), no other instruments, and no effects except for on one track
I think that'll be my cue, yeah. Just kinda see how natural it'd feel. I think I'm not going to bring it anyway. I'll probably just end up asking them what music they've been digging and give them a few I think they should check out.
Definitely will do. That's a good idea.
Thanks for the input, guys. I love when /mu/ works like it was intended.
Jessamine - Jessamine
>Experimental Rock, Post-Rock
Caddywhompus - Eps
Katie Gately - Katie Gately
>Electronic, Industrial, Ambient
'O' Rand - Herd of Instinct
>Post-Rock, 2 Members from Talk Talk
Hallelujah Chicken Run Band - Take One
Frank Bretschneider - Rythm
Ceo - White Magic
>Balearic Beat, Indie Pop, Electronic
LA Lakers - Silk Lettuce Whitney Houston
U.S. Christmas - Eat the Low Dogs
Emptyset - Emptyset
Have you even tried searching?
Melt Yourself Down - Melt Yourself Down
Albert Ayler Trio - Spiritual Unity
Mass - Labour of Love
Spacemen 3 - Playing With Fire (1989)
>Psychedelic, Space Rock
Flying Saucer Attack - Flying Saucer Attack
>Shoegaze, Space Rock
Candy Claws - Ceres & Calypso in the Deep Time
>Dream Pop, Neo-Psychedelia
Not really, but this is a really good dream pop/shoegaze release, if you haven't heard it already.
James Blackshaw - O True Believers
>American Primitivism , Psychedelic Folk
is this thread dead
Pile - Dripping (2012) @ v0
>punk from boston, criminally overlooked
i dedicate this gem to this amazing sharethread
Luomo - Vocalcity
>electronic, deep house, long epic tracks, dreamy house side soundscapes interwined with beautiful vocals
Biosphere - Subtrata
Apparently suicideyear's EP leaked, does anyone have a link?
Graham Lambkin & Jason Lescalleet
>Field Recordings, Electroacoustic
Keiji Haino, Jim O'Rourke, Oren Ambarchi - Now While It's Still Warm Let Us Pour in All the Mystery
>Noise Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Now While It's Still Warm Let Us Pour in All the Mystery
It's hard to find something quite as space as Flying Saucer Attack, but check out Spacemen 3 if you haven't yet. Also check out Air Formation, very slow and spaced out.
Also Candy Claws is fucking awesome fuck yeah! I almost came in my pants the first time I heard that album.