Menzingers: Rented World
Ballyhoo!: Pineapple Grenade, and Daydreams
>primitivism, unclassifiable, folk
Love is a stream by Jefre Cantu-Ledesma (member of Tarentel too, by the way), and a bonus album of Xela (some dude) & Jefre Cantu-Ledesma. Instead of explaining this album i'm just going to say it's a 10/10 and post the tags it has:
Experimental, Drone, Ambient, Dark-ambient, Ambient-drone, Drone-core, Drone-gaze, White Noise
Anybody happen to have anything by Kashiwa Daisuke they'd like to share? I couldn't find any working links in the archived threads.
Sebadoh - III (1991)
>Lo-Fi Indie Rock, Folk, Indieindieindie
Sebadoh III is one of the all-time great chill records. Just put it on and let it take you on a stroll through many enjoyable indie sub-genres, from lo-fi folk, to Flying Nun-ish strummy guitar rock, to hardcore balling, and on and on and on. There is a certain warmth and intimacy to this album that was perfectly suited for listening to in the dead of winter on a car-stereo, driving around with the heater turned way up and the windows cracked. Easily one of the most overlooked 'essentials'.
also requesting another album from him called floating weeds if anyone has it
Are you sure ALL the posts are dead links? anyways, here's his most famous work just in case there are no other links
Kashiwa Daisuke - Program Music I (2007)
>Glitch, Post-Rock, Breakbeat
Only two tracks?!?!?!? Wha?!?!?!?
Gooot it, here is the Menzingers new album, Rented World
Here's a really cool EP from Josh Scogin, of The Chariot and Norma Jean fame.
'68 - Midnight
The only ones I found were dead. But anyways, thanks a ton for the download.
One more quick share since I had it. The band is made up of members of Code Orange Kids. Keeps the hardcore feelings but puts it into an indie/alternative feel
Adventures - Clear My Head With You
Jim James - Regions of Light and Sound of God (2013)
>Neo-Psychedelia, Art-Pop, Singer-Songwriter
Nice earthy sound coming from My Morning Jacket bandleader Jim James. beautifully coordinated string arrangements on Actress, Of the Mother Again, and A New Life. There is also a wonderful use of the saxophone by Jim, especially the solos in A New Life and Know Til Now.
Here's some stuff I posted at the very end of the last sharethread, not a lot of people saw it
Elmore James - The Chronological Classics Blues & Rhythm Series: Elmore James 1951 - 1953 (2004)
>Chicago Blues, Rock 'n' Roll, Compilation
The son of sharecroppers, James grew up and learned to play the guitar and had hits like "Rollin' & Tumblin'," "The Sky Is Crying" and "It Hurts Me Too." He had a brilliant slide guitar sound, raw and desperate, it's perfect for letting loose the air guitar player in you.
Earth & Stone - Kool Roots (1979)
>Roots Reggae, Dub
One of the best reggae albums of all time. The duo singers created their own unique vocal interchange sound, each taking turn at lead and harmony. Fantastic backing band, too! Let the riddims take control of your mind.
Eddie Holman - I Love You (1970)
In many ways Eddie Holman stands as a perfect example of a journeyman soulster. Immensely talented, he's been recording since the mid-1960s. Some killer falsetto in here, along with the soul classic, 'Hey There Lonely Girl'.
Tappa Zukie - Escape From Hell (1977)
>Dub, Roots Reggae
Probably not the most relevant title - this is far too mellow for an escape from hell, unless of course you've got a first class ticket on Rasta Airlines. Some infectious, intoxicating riddims can be found throughout. Why is dub the objectively funnest genre?
Dennis Brown - Words of Wisdom (1979)
>Roots Reggae, Dub
A perfect blend of rastafarian anthems and love songs, it's not hard to figure out why Dennis was Bob Marley's favorite singer. By the way, if your knowledge of reggae consists of Bob Marley only, this is a perfect place to start expanding. Very excellent but also accessible riddims that are raw as hell. Also, this album has Money in My Pocket, which everybody loves.
Been looking for Levi Weaver the Letters of Dr. Kurt Godel for a while now.
Ginuwine - Ginuwine...The Bachelor (1996)
>Contemporary R&B, Neo-Soul
Modern RnB, with a deep groove, smooth vocals and a constant simmer of sexuality. Put this on whenever you wanna get it on (make whoopee) or wanna bask in the glory of Timbaland production. It's been eighteen-some-odd years, but Pony still fucking kills.
Geraldo Pino and The Heartbeats - Let's Have a Party (1974)
Super apt album title. Geraldo Pino is one of the hidden heroes of African popular music. A singer, guitarist and bandleader from Sierra Leone, Geraldo had a major influence on the burgeoning soul/funk/Afrobeat scene in West Africa during the 1960s and 70s.
African Spirits - A Spiritual Jazz Journey Looking Back to Africa (2004)
This album consists of 10 tracks that represent a spiritual jazz journey looking back to Africa: the motherland, the roots of jazz, the birthplace of black music and the ancestral origins of the musicians themselves. This is music with a message, music of substance, music that demands the listener be drawn in. It's music that you can really feel…music that moves and fulfils you, leaving you spiritually uplifted. This album is not just about selecting and bringing together a collection of in demand Jazz cuts…it's about inviting the listener on a musical journey back to Africa, back to ancient civilisation.
Includes Pharoah Sanders, Joe Chambers, Sathima Bea Benjamin, Gale Garnett, and many more.
(LINK IS IMMEDIATE DL)
(for archive purposes, bc no one searches for adrive)
zippyshare mega.co mediafire
VA - Pioneers of the Jazz Guitar (1977)
This anthology features the predecessors and contemporaries of Django Reinhardt and Charlie Christian with an emphasis on the jazz guitar duet. Working within their seldom recorded solo or duet performances, master guitarists such as Eddie Lang, Lonnie Johnson, John Cali and others couple melodic sophistication with the kind of economy and restraint rarely achieved today.
zippyshare mega.co mediafire
The Flamingos - Flamingo Serenade (1959)
>Doo-Wop, R&B, shabob shabob-core
The greatest doo wop album of all times, not that there's a ton of doo wop albums out or anything. The use of reverb and the languid pace make it seem so grandiose and (here's a buzzword) ethereal, just wondrous. This also has I Only Have Eyes for You, which does some bizarre-ass things to the time-space continuum.
I'd post my library but my internet is just too shit.
Sky hasn't been around for a few weeks.
/r/ing the following. Thank you for any who help out.
Birdy - Fire Within
Eisley - Room Noises
Bo Burnham - .what
Dresses - Sun Shy
Jenny Hval - Viscera
The Bear That Wasn't - And So it is Morning Dew
>folk, lo-fi, cute
Santo & Johnny - S/T (1959)
>Surf-Rock, Easy LIstening, Exotica, Instrumental?
I'd like to start off by saying yes, this DOES have Sleep Walk in it. Sleep Walk remains one of the greatest and most melancholic tunes of all time. It will be around as long as Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata" imo. The minimalist instrumentation of this original recording perfectly captures a wistful, longing feeling with some of the most soulful steel guitar playing ever waxed. This album has some incredibly dreamy and mysterious passages that only music recorded in the late 50s can conjure forth. I highly recommend this to anyone looking for something that sounds like 'summer'.
it's not dead, mediafire gets stupid sometimes, re-open the tab until it works :)
Dub Syndicate - Tunes From the Missing Channel (1985)
>Dub, New Wave, Hindustani Classical
Since everybody on /mu/ loves dub (I see a bunch of threads nothing but people shouting the word dub daily) here's this great dub album. With this release, Dub Syndicate gave birth to a highly experimental technological dub sound. It ushered in a whole new genre in Dub. What has been labeled 'new roots' can trace its ancestry to this one album.
Teddy Pendergrass - TP (1980)
>Philly Soul, R&B
TP is the 5th album by R&B singer Teddy Pendergrass. The song Love TKO makes me want to raise a glass of wine with my lovely partner that I haven't found. With the Futures doing backup and Stephanie Mills doing duet and Ashford & Simpson doing their number and Cecil Womack doing himself proud, this may well be the definitive Teddy. T.P. is an album you grow into. The more you listen to T.P. the more you come to enjoy it. To me, the best tracks on T.P. are the beautiful, bedroom ballads, where Teddy Pendergrass was at his very best.
Ranking Dread - Lots of Loving (1980)
Ranking Dread was notorious not only for his smooth Dancehall vocal stylings, but also his encounters with the law. Dread killed a police officer early in his career and continued to record and perform as a wanted man. He also was involved in at least 33 murders as a right-hand man of Jamaican organized crime leader Claude Massop. Dude's a murderer. Crime aside, Lots of Loving is absolutely gorgeous- showcasing Dread's endless word association inna rub-a-dub style, with great production credit from Sugar Minott and zany dub elements all over. Been jammin' this one every morning and never fails to start the day off just right.
Nic Jones - Penguin Eggs (1980)
>Contemporary Folk, English Folk Music
"Penguin Eggs" is Nic Jones' last album - his fifth - from 1980. It is traditional folk music but what makes it totally special is Nic Jones' guitar playing and his voice. The nine songs are informally excellent and as it is quite a long album, most of them are quite lengthy ballads telling tales of the seafaring life and diet (hence the album title) prospecting for gold, wicked parents, sex and of course, cross-dressing. "Penguin Eggs" was and is tremendously influential and one of the great folk albums.
Too much sharethreads, not enough data, not enough space, not enough time.
Cakes Da Killa - Hunger Pangs
>East Coast Hip Hop, Hardcore Rap, Hip House, Juke, 'Homohop'
If you need something totally off-the-wall musically, or you're a beta gay that needs some empowering, listen to this. Cakes spits with a strong flow over juke/footwork beats.
Been groovin' to this all week
Sun Angle- Diamond Junk (2013)
>psychedelic, Indie rock funky,
Exhilarating tension between beauty and chaos, propelled by artful, animalistic urgency. SOme absolutely FRENETIC drumming. “Raspberry” combines frenetic post-punk with the layered complexity of prog, resulting in a multi-headed beast of swirling guitar and clobbering drums moving at 1,000 mph. “Hypnic Jerk” is almost as frenzied, but Salas Humara’s random wails and higher-pitched harmonies add an air of effervescence to the ceaseless kinetic energy.
Ancient Grease - Women And Children First (1970)
Extremely inspired music played with talented musicians, sung by a surprising good vocalist, delightful guitar riffs, hard rocking bass playing and the drumming of one of the good drummers of all times. It has to be mentioned the excellent keyboard playing very much in vein what is hard rock Hammond organ. Check if out, anon.
>spoonfeeding retards who are too lazy to find shit themselves
This is just one of many reasons why /mu/ is irredeemably shit.
Eh, I can understand when faggots are too lazy to even try and find the archive but I used to give up on certain mediafire links too because I wasn't aware that they would work if you just kept reopening the link.
Does anybody have the new album from Prayers: Gothic Summer?
Karantamba - Ndigal (1984/2012)
>Psychedelic Afro-beat, compilation, Mande, Afro-Funk
A completely unreleased recording from the 80s. And it's amazing, one of the best things unearthed in a long time. Recorded live in 1984, it's a slice of incredible Gambian funk. It's raw and catchy, and I never stop to be struck when a drum solo suddenly comes in. You ought not complain when speaking about 80 minutes of ardent and heartfelt afro-funk. Highlight here is the marvelous rhythm, Gambia does it really right. It's unlikely you can get more energy out of a standard combo.
Ett Drömspel - Improvisation For Six Electric Guitars (2014)
>experimental, free improvisation, noise
Really liked his last album and this one's great too, so thought i'd share.
Junior Murvin - Police and Thieves (1977)
>Roots Reggae, Dub
Under the production of Lee "Scratch Perry, Junior Murvin, using his fierce and beautiful falsetto, created one of the greatest reggae albums of all time. Murvin's voice gave the somewhat murky and dark tracks that make up the album a very unique style. His falsetto kills, man.
The Gap Band - Gap Band IV (1982)
>Synth-Funk, Pop Soul
IV contains some irrefutable funk anthems virtually unparalleled in their relentless assault. "You Dropped a Bomb on Me," with its syrupy, elastic synth-bass and prodding chug, is a disarming funk masterpiece that holds its own against any other gem the genre has offered before or since. Check out the video, with it's charming eighties cheese, it's hard not to love.
Glad you guys like the shares.
DJ Funk - Booty House Anthems (1999)
>Ghettotech, Ghetto House, Electronica
DJ Funk is a Chicago house DJ who pioneered the ghetto house subgenre of house music. Through the 1990s, he built a regional reputation in the Chicago-Detroit region and rave scene. This album sold over 1,000,000 copies when it was released. Many booties have bumped because of this release, maybe yours will too.
Ahmed Abdul-Malik - Jazz Sahara (1959)
The name of the record gives it all away: it’s a blend of traditional Arabic music and bebop/hardbop jazz. Bassist/oud player Ahmad Abdul Malik and tenor sax giant Johnny Griffin regularly played together with Thelonious Monk about the time they made this. They sound equally at home playing Middle Eastern Folk music, with a hard bop jazz groove thrown in here and there.
The Child of Lov - S/T
>Funk, Pop, R&B
The debut release for the Dutch artist Cole Williams features guest appearances from Damon Albarn and DOOM. It's the breadth of styles subsumed within and the impressively high quality-control throughout that makes The Child Of Lov such an assured and rewarding debut. He died of complications of surgery on 10 December 2013 at the age of 26, making some of the bleaker tracks frightfully tragic.
Anyone got Airospace, the vol1 and 2 albums?
Could've sworn they were free at one point.
Listening to Jim James now. Fuck yeah, that's what I needed today.
Also shout out to >>48636742 for African Spirits. I love shit like this. Great share also
Eden Ahbez - Eden's Island (1960)
>Exotica, Spoken Word
Moments of spare minimalism, weird vocal numbers, amazing experimental dashes (such as using water and wood creaking as a rhythmic element in "The Old Boat")... this reminds me of another bearded one: Moondog. It's a masterpiece. It's completely bizarre, and deeply felt. You need to hear it, if you haven't. If nothing else, the song "Banana Boy" will brighten your life infinitely.
Cul De Sac - China Gate (1996)
>Post-Rock, Krautrock, Psychedelic Rock, Space Rock
requesting for the umphteemf time:
Pulled Apart By Horses self-titled album.
here's Underoath - Lost In The Sound of Separation
>metalcore, occasional glitch and post-rock elements, occasional and catchy clean vocals, damn good screams, their best album by a huge margin
Gaslight Varieties- Music of the Gay Nineties
>vaudville, barbershop quartets, ballads
>5 discs of music from the 1890s, includes tunes ranging from 1900-1920 as well
>medley galore. If you love medleys, this is YOUR album.
>ripped from vinyl boxset I got from a yard sale
>not checking the archive
Could anybody who has Captain Beefheart's discography in 320 plz upload it? I've been having a horrible time trying to find some of his later albums, especially in 320.
Orlando Silva - Carinhoso (1959)
>Bossa Nova, Samba-Canção
Silva was one hell of a singer. Here he is reworking his songs from the 30s to find new popularity with the dawn of bossa nova, a music in great debt to his technical precision and ol' time folk appreciation as a singer.
The dubs never lie bruh. But in all seriousness, I don't know how to use soulseek very well, so they were probably on there, but I don't know how to find them. Is there an official /mu/ guide on soulseek or something?
Jack Teagarden - Mis'ry and the Blues (1961)
>Vocal Jazz, Swing
Teagarden was actually still in prime form up until the time of his unexpected death in early 1964. Teagarden was not only the top pre-bop trombonist (playing his instrument with the ease of a trumpeter) but one of the best jazz singers too.
Yarahiro Green - Color Out of Space
>experimental, plunderphonic hip hop. weird.
The Bellrays - Let it Blast (1998)
>Punk Rock, Soul, Garage Punk
Punk rock with female vocals and funky soul. Imagine that Black Flag, Aretha Franklin and someone from the Bruisers are jamming together. Then you can imagine what you get, what keeps me from giving this 5 stars is that MY War Era Black Flag are jamming and not the First 4 Years. But still the songs are great and Lisas vocals pull it out into greatness.
Bohren & der Club of Gore - Gore Motel (1994)
>Dark Ambient, Dark Jazz, Experimental Rock
i have only one way to describe this, it almost seems like some twister western in space. it seem as if you replaced the soundtrack from the good, he bad and the ugly with this is would work perfectly. it's very deep and mind expanding, just awesome.
anybody have a link to this? the one in the archive is dead... Pure x- angel
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
Man Is The Bastard - D.I.Y.C.D. [Comp, 1995]
Powerviolence, Noisecore, Noise, Sludge Metal
how do people not know how to use soulseek? i dont understand. its such a straightforward program.
you open the program, go to the search tab, input the album (or related key words), and scroll through the search results.
if you scroll to the right, it will tell you the kbps of the file, and keep close attention to what the folder is called. if the folder is the album you want, and all the songs are there, right click and select "download folder"
then to check on it, go to the "transfers" tab and wait for it to finish. when you're searching for an album, files are sorted by the "free" tab: if there is a Y, it means there are no people leeching off them so you will be next, but if there is a number, it means that many files are in front of you
its not hard to figure out and you get a whole fuckton of music that you wont need spoonfeeding to get :)
thank you so much steve
here's some cows talking about you
Simcity 3000 Soundtrack.zip 88.0 MB
Newsboys - God's Not Dead [320 CD].zip 104.9 MB
Huey Lewis & The News - Fore! (320).rar 85.8 MB
Gareth Liddiard- Strange Tourist (2010)
>excellent solo album from the drones frontman, some of the most intricate and detailed lyrics i have ever heard
This was posted in a share thread about a week ago. I've been enjoying it, it's really chill.
Floex - Zorya
>Nu Jazz, Ambient, Downtempo
>Dream pop, indie, one of few decent acts the chucktown music scene has to show for itself
This is Adelaide- s/t
>post/mathrock; obvious Slint influence
>Virtually unheard of chicago based side project, featuring members of The Ivy Crown.
Kashiwa Daisuke - Re:
>Glitch, Post-Rock, Breakbeat
Kashiwa Daisuke - 88
>Glitch, Post-rock Breakbeat
/r/ing 505 - Interlude
The Shaggs - Philosophy of the World
Wild Beasts - Present Tense (2014)
Unlimited download code.
I didn't want to make an entire new thread for it and I've been lurking for in this one so I'll just ask here:
Does anyone recall an emo album, I believe from the early 90's. I don't recall much, I remember the last track involved the guy talking about how he couldn't see or move and he almost sounded like he was sobbing. The album cover was grey and I believe the band started with an 'n'.
The Muffs - Blonder and Blonder
>punk, pop punk
In honor of The Muffs releasing their first new album in a decade, I'm gonna upload some Muffs albums (Including the newest one). This one's my favorite.
The Muffs - The Muffs
>punk, pop punk
The Muffs' first album
The Muffs - Happy Birthday To Me
punk, pop punk
My second favorite Muffs album
forgot pic. Reposting with the pic for the sake of the archive
The Muffs - Happy Birthday To Me
punk, pop punk
The Muffs - Whoop Dee Doo
>punk, pop punk
Here's their newest album, it's really good. A great come-back. If anyone wants anything else from them, let me know.
Pram - Dark Island
>electronic, experimental, indie, pop, REALLY FUCKING GOOD
/r/ing this >>48666253
Sparklehorse - Vivadixiesubmarinetransmissionplot 
The Muffs - Alert Today Alive Tomorrow
>punk, pop punk
The Muffs - Really Really Happy
>punk, pop punk
The Muffs - Hamburger
>punk, pop punk
This ones all b-sides and outtakes. This is the last album I have to upload from them
Requesting a female singer? Okay, here you go
Edith Piaf - The Voice of the Sparrow: The Very Best of Edith Piaf
Uploaded on zippy cause mega is being weird
Cleft - BOSH!
>super fun, energetic (and actually fairly catchy!) math rock
Mallory - Strange Homes
A fusion of folk and polka, I call it folka. But seriously this album is just amazing.
Fire! - You Liked Me Five Minutes Ago
Post rock jazz band from Sweden. Really psychedelic, will definitely get your head spinning. The sax player is from The Thing.
Gino D'Auri - Flamenco Mystico (1992)
> Flamenco, Flamenco Nuevo
Some atmospheric Flamenco
Sample : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=My2ES_ZIcZE
Movie Magick self-titled
>IDM, Psychedelic, Nostalgia
School of Seven Bells - Alpinisms (2008)
A/T/O/S - A/T/O/S (2014)
>downtempo, trip-hop, dubstep (in the Burial sense), ambient
are you seriously saying audio quality is not a major factor of enjoying music?
just because you don't respect the craft doesn't everyone else shouldn't
128kbps is horrible, even worse than youtube at that point you stupid cunt
/R/equesting any Love battery albums in 320 besides dayglo.