Gray - Shades Of... 
>Have you even heard (of) experimental jazz-hop? This album "embarks on new sonic explorations using a similar sonic palette to that of [Gray's] early work [in the early 1980s]. That palette includes a rather dizzying array of colors, encompassing hip-hop, ambient atmospheres, industrial sounds, minimalism, art funk, moody post-punk, jazzy guitars, spoken word, and even pop." (James Allen in allmusic review) Gray was originally a musical project undertaken by the infamous young artist Jean-Michel Basquiat. To get an idea of what the album is about I suggest watching a documentary titled "The Radiant Child" (2010), which is easy enough to find and well seeded. The documentary tells "a funny story about [Bosquiat] starting a band with his friend at a dance party despite the fact that neither knew very much about music. That band, which also included Nicholas Taylor and Justin Thyme, recorded a handful of genre-less songs that echo early ’80s New York in a specific and rare way, but ultimately drifted into obscurity as a footnote to the art superstar’s biography" (Peter Macia in fader review). The samples are consequtive tracks on the album and completely different in style and tone, as is every track on the album.
Good going man.
Another thing: OPs can no longer bump their own threads, so anons have to respond to them in other to climb on the queue. This isn't a problem for sharethreads, but keep it in mind.
Thanks for doing this mang.
Slowy & 12Vince - Ultima Radio (FLAC) 
>This is the first release of 2014 that I will most likely listen for years to come. These Germans have their own unique take on jazz-hop and it works great. I can listen to four tracks from this album, "High Five", "Jonathan Meese", "Paragraph 303" (sample) and "Sondereinsatzkommando" on repeat throughout the days. I catch very little of the lyrics but the style that these guys ooze transcends the language barrier. In short, some great German jazz-hop.
??????? ??? - Many Stylez 
>Dimitrii Dym does a fun kind of jazz-hop. It's in Russian, of course, but enjoyable on other counts than the strictly lexical. My experience with Russian jazz-hop is somewhat limited, but this is a good
Bi-Polar Bear - When Ledge Is Home 
>I'm not sure if it would be weird to call this "emo-hop". The general feel of BPB is rather hopeful than depressing. It aspires to give good feels. Anyhow, this is their second release and somehow I managed to miss it in 2012. It features some production by Blue Sky Black Death and rhymes from Junk Science, the hosts of the Modern Shark roster. I'm not sure many hip-hop heads would like it, but it's definitely unique. Try the sample music video if you want to hear what they sound like, and see a bouncing pair of boobs (only 3,737 views, what the actual fuck).
Spirit Agent - Depth Perception 
>The archive shows that ever since I shared this album here in 2012 some people have caught on how brilliant this is. It's philosophical or abstract hip-hop with chill low-key instrumentals and mesmerising, poetic and infinitely complex lyrics. It features Seven Star and you can find their Input/Output EP as well as their other project, Antennae, in the archive.
>"Why does the sun fall down when she cries letting my shoulders drown in the sound of the moans of a queen, but it grows up a fiend. Could it be that I couldn't express my craziest intents in and out of her being, she loved me too. The sun sets theme in the sea let me be clean in the mist of your goal. I don't think my coal could put a hole to her flame. Am I to blame, or were we both in vain?"
Airospace - ???? ??? (vol. I) 
>Probably the closest thing to Spirit Agent's "Depth Perception" I've ever heard. This is the opposite of your regular shallow hip-hop that can't really stand repeated listening unless it's danceable. This is very much the type of music you can dive into and descend endlessly.
The Republic of Wolves - Empty Vessels
>EP featuring acoustic versions of 6 of their songs
uploaded dot net/file/vmkcve3a
I've got some 50 pretty good albums to share with you guys. I'll try to upload them all in due time.
Thanks. I suggest checking other albums out as well.
Thanks for sharing!
This sounds pretty good indeed.
Does anyone have ETHEREA - FREE ETHEREA?
V8 As Troy Witherspoon & Shortrock As Bobby Mariano - All Terrain Bathroom Tile: Theories On Procreation, Chemical Science, and The Draconian Law 
>Weird-hop, I guess. The latter part of the album title, "Theories on Procreation, Chemical Science, and the Draconian Law" is most descriptive because V8 does use a lot of chemical terms very casually; like when he utters: "and she would do the same for the tropical cancer and spend your time dying in the temprid weather" he replaces the expression "tepid weather" with "temprid weather" (temprid is an insecticide). And among the very technical discussions on procreation and free-association about god knows what, there's an undercurrent of David Icke that won't bother you if you don't know what to listen for (Icke is explicitly sampled only once). There's also some very unique musical dialogue between V8 the rapper and Shortrock the turntablist, as when V8 sprinkles nonexistent but familiar-sounding words into his rapping: "heavy mechanical machinery for conducting sound-waves for 'perfoermen', then a more desired 'perferning', tenacing, imperception", Shortrock responds by sampling a soundbite saying "It's so hard to keep your ears clean." Shortrock uses his turntable, at times, almost like a human voice expressing inarticulate thoughts through scratches. It really is a weird and unique album.
Here's more acoustic stuff:
Red Fang - "TeamRock.com presents ..."
The title doesn't matter - it's a free acoustic EP of 3 of their songs.
Anyone ever heard of this? "Sewer Gator" it was posted in a recent purchases thread, it's weird AF.
Wolves Like Us - Get Gone EP
Hairy men playing "heavy" rock. A lot of riffs and stuff.
http://uploaded dot net/file/mtjimpar/Wolves_Like_Us-Get_Gone-Vinyl-2013-gF.rar
Also their "Late Love" album is really good if you can find it somewhere. Here's a song from that album: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HnzeIGYj2WM
For newboys who don't know of the God that is OP
Neo always posts quality sharethreads when he's not out fucking mad bitches and driving in his state-of-the-art sports cars
Please never stop being based Neo
You can look for more of his shit on the archive when this thread is through
Also contributing a Mellow Beats collect.
It's really good
Vyle - Post-Paleaeontologist 
>More underground hip-hop you probably won't understand without repeated listening. It has grown on me immensely. The sample track can make night-walks around town so much better.
This sounds super good.
Somebody shared this recently:
>Merzbow - Merzbox
50 disc collection of the Merz-man's work. Worth checking out if you need some noise to explore.
I got them for you Neo
Spotted these on the archive
Demos and misc but no album
Please fuck off
Anyone have some Bollywood soundtracks for this musical connoisseur?
Thanks, anon! And thanks for the Mellow Beats collection. I discovered a few days ago that I had lost my copy. I'm putting together a catalogue of 500+ jazz-hop albums in one PDF file with album covers and multiple mirrors. Mellow Beats cannot not be included.
P.S. Here's a sample of what it might look like: http://www15.zippyshare.com/v/53008436/file.html
looks tight as fuck man
Damaged Andy - The Murders in the Rue Morgue 
>Playful underground hip-hop. You can tell that the guy had fun making music with his friends. This is not nearly as morbid as his release titled "Psychotic". It was free download on his bandcamp until he for some reason took it down.
Supersilent - 1-3
>free improvisation, avant-garde jazz
I'm checking out a cure animals thread on /b/ and this is surprisingly fitting.
Whoa, this is epic. I love Hymie's Basement and some of Why?'s solo albums and I even like some of Doseone's spoken word stuff, not to mention Reaching Quiet's "She Ain't Gonna Call You Back Pt. 1": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h09DLX-hB1k
I have no idea how I could have neglected Themselves.
Spirit agent was just Plex and Stres and if I remember correctly then Plex stopped producing after Spirit Agent.
Antennae on the other hand was composed of Stres, Manuvers (whose "Afluenza" EP is extremely good) and Induce (an abstract instrumentalist).
Both were released by the label Botanica del Jibaro that lasted almost the whole of last decade, ending with Arrowax's Antiguo LP, a superb release.
I'm still fucking jamming out to Benny Lava and the Dune Coons
Qwel & Maker - Beautiful Raw 
>I've heard my fair share of Qwel (and Qwel & Maker) albums, but this is the first one that "clicks" with me. The title of the album describes it well - it is both beautiful and raw. In a word, good hip-hop.
Rashid Hadee - Dedication 
>Without looking at the year I presumed that this was a new release. Then it turned out that I had listened to it back when it came out and completely overlooket it, so to say. It still sounds fresh and crispy. There aren't a lot of 2007 releases that can fool me that way. I suggest giving this album another listen if you haven't already.
Richie Cunning - Night Train 
>This is some high quality jazz-hop. It appears to be a conceptual album about jazz music in general and jazz-hop in particular. In a word, extremely good hip-hop.
How about something contemporary that sounds like some great 90's hip-hop?
Lewis Parker - The Puzzle: Episode 2 - The Glass Ceiling 
>The most consistent vaguely 90s-sounding jazzy rap album I've heard. I was hooked since the intro track. The correct term to describe this album would probably be "MADNICE BOOM BAP ISHHHH" (courtesy of some bloke on last.fm).
Oliver Heart (Eyedea) - The Many Faces of Oliver Hart (or How Eye One the Write Too Think) 
>Here I may be blamed for distributing an album that everybody already knows. I know of it too. Several times I have tried to listen to it. It clicked with me only now. It's a concept rap album and because of that a rarity. Even if you know of it already, I urge you to listen to it again. "We're all born into this river without knowing how to swim and eventually we learn how to keep the water under our chins. [...] And sometimes when I watch myself float downstream I see the beauty of it all, and it feels like a dream."
Deca - The Ocean 
>Underground hip-hop. This EP is perfect, all good songs. Very cerebral and artistic vision, which is especially clear in the music videos. I can't get enough of the unique sampling style this guy has going on. It's a fantastical piece of music.
Pete Flux & Parental - Traveling Thought 
>This is a solid first effort from a duo that kindles that sweet 1990s sound in the 2010s.
String Theory - String Theory 
>This has a lot in common with Botanica del Jibaro's Spirit Agent. These are some sweet mellow tunes intertwined with complex discourse in rapping.
Peggy Lee - Black Coffee 
>I generally have a fetish for recorded music from the 1950s, because one rarely finds albums from that decade on the internet, but rarely are 1950s recordings as good as this. This is some nice old vocal jazz.
Pepper Rabbit - Red Velvet Snowball 
>Quirky music. Quirky dream pop music. Quirky dream pop music with organs in the background. Can be played all day long.
Atmosphere - Southsiders 
>Slug and Ant are continually evolving and yet doing their own thing. The last few albums generally have a more or less constant "Get Fly" feel. The storytelling gets better and bettel with clearer tropes. They're still good at it.
Brainwash Projects - The Rise And Fall Of... (FLAC) 
>Also check out how much this underground classic resembles Atmosphere's latest album cover. This is Pigeon John and B-Twice, making christian hip-hop. Powermoves!
The Uncluded is actually the only album on which I have enjoyed Aesop Rock. He doesn't usually have what I look for in hip-hop (though there definitely are tracks that I like immensely). The Uncluded on the other hand sounds like a wonderful collaboration, a unique fusion. I like it's sound because it's one of those things that I hadn't heard before. If you listen to a lot of new albums then you're bound to appreciate those that are not only new but also unique, more. My favorite track on the album is "Bats":
In a word, I had the same feeling with Hockey Fright that I had with P.O.S.'s "Never Better" (2009), but much like with The Gigantics's "Die Already" (2008) I got tired of it after listening to it fanatically for a month and just moved on.
KON Sci - And Beyond 
>Underground hip-hop. I have no idea how this can have only 22 listeners. It blew me away with the intro track alone. It's a sweet, soulful, philosophical album eerily reminiscent of Supastition's "Chain Letters" (2005). The mellow beats go so well with lyrics about quantum mechanics. I guess I'm just a sucka for quote unquote deep shit. It features TabOne, Median and Seez Mics (of Educated Consumers). Fucking check it out.
Longevity Crew - Everything Builds 
>These guys don't dissappoint. The album is almost a decade old, but still sounds fresh. It is jazz-hop (or jazzy hip-hop), and well done at that. There are philosophical undertones that make this an excellent piece lyrically as well.
>>Sven Grünberg - Hingus 
>This is a Soviet era Estonian electronic artist. Joseph Morpurgo wrote for FACT magazine that it's "dazzling, stately, and huge in just about every way". To me it sounds cosmic, and I think that's what the artist was going for: "hingus" translates as "breath", the other tracks on it are titled "teekond" ("journey") and "valgusõis" ("a blossom of light"). I was kinda dissapointed to discover this only now - 7 Estonian friends on last.fm have already listened to it. I'm way too ignorant of my own country's music. So, yeah, Soviet-Estonian dark ambient.
babelfishh - skullinhanddemo
Ensemble Pittoresque – For This Is Past
Merzbow – ??? With Memorial Gadgets
????????????????? – ??????????
>Abstract, Experimental, Leftfield , Vaporwave
Inu – ?????!
Blurt – Blurt + Singles
>Free Jazz, Avantgarde
Non Band – Non Band
>No Wave, Cute
???? From ??? – ??????
AKA Machizo Machida
> Synth Punk, Sound Collage, Industrial, One of my personal favorites
Lobby – Power In Our Hands
Richie Havens - Mixed Bag (1967)
>Contemporary Folk, Folk Rock
If the cover didn't give it away already, Mixed Bag deep thinking singer-songwriter with just his guitar to keep him company. Very rough sounding first national debut from Richie Havens, who to me sounded like a cross between Tim Buckley and Larry Santos. Richie has a beautiful deep voice of warm heavy mahogany.
Lizzy Mercier Descloux – Press Color
>New Wave, No Wave, Free Funk, Experimental
Cop Shoot Cop – Consumer Revolt
>Alternative Rock, Punk
babelfishh - skullinhanddemo
>Have you even heard (of) experimental jazz-hop? This album "embarks on new sonic explorations using a similar sonic palette to that of [Gray's] early work [in the early 1980s]. That palette includes a rather dizzying array of colors, encompassing hip-hop, ambient atmospheres, industrial sounds, minimalism, art funk, moody post-punk, jazzy guitars, spoken word, and even pop."
It sounds like trip hop/downtempo albeit very good trip hop/downtempo
search the archives next time aka rbt.asia
Airospace - ???? ??? [vol. II]
>depressing alternative hip-hop. great lyrics, pretty fuckin' good production, some clever sampling.
Let me know if I have anything that anyone wants
I'm not gonna upload a whole lot, just a few
Fanatik - Seismic Activity (FLAC) 
>I've wanted to give this record a listen since 2007, ever since first hearing the track "Home Improvement" online on some asian site. (Shout out to Jakbu for acquiring this album as well as the next two.) The album is dope from beginning to end. Lewis Parker's imitation of the 90s sound is neat and all, but it can't compete with the real thing. This feels raw and crisp in a way that can be emulated but not easily remade. Most of it is instrumental, nice to bang on the background. (Album title is probably a metaphor for how hard it bangs.)
Sharkula - Martin Luther King Jr. Whopper With Cheese 
>This is the homeless Chicago rapper's first official release. I've wanted to hear this since discovering him on wikipedia in 2008. His unique non sequitur style can be checked out in the music video for "School Fools" (sample). As I fully expected, this album is a clusterfuck. It's difficult to tell whether it's rapping or the ravings of a madman. Probably both. It's a continuum between weird instrumentals and weird spoken word interludes with weird raps between these extremes ("I scoop her with all my might, your mother don't fuck right"). As much as I know about him through youtube, he's a middle-aged man who does graffiti, break-dances and walks around town constantly rapping - he basically lives hip-hop. If there ever was such a thing as "outsider hip-hop", this is it. If you're a fan of obscure or "wtf?" type music, I suggest you check this out.
Katchphraze - Eye Can See Now 
>I've wanted to hear more from this guy since 2009, because of the acoustic track "Come with me (to a place called hip-hop)" (sample). The album is not nearly as good. In fact it's outright amateurish. But I nevertheless enjoy listening to it, if not for any other reason then because of his voice. It's soooo backpacker.
Tha Connection - Moon Water 
>Back when it was released I used to listen to this on repeat for months. The instrumentals are made by Japanese jazz-hop artists and the lyrics are by two laid back stoners who, reportedly, smoke weed until they can't lick spoons (whatever that means). They released about 5 mixtapes in 2008 altogether with overlapping tracklists. This is the best one. It's still one of my most favourite jazzy hip-hop releases. I think it's that saxophone that makes it stand out.
Okay, I don't think this was on the archive
Pat Conte (or various artists) - The Music Of Madagascar: Classic Traditional Recordings Of The 1930s
Various Artists - Orbitones, Spoon Harps & Bellowphones
>experimental, avante-garde, home made instruments, compilation
Fire on Fire's only album The Orchard is on the archive. The only thing I have by Dolly Mixture is Demonstration Tapes, which is also on the archive
Fire on Fire also has an EP that isn't on the archive, if you want that
ETHEREA - FREE ETHEREA (2011)
>Balam Acab side project. Generally chill with nice sampling and all the bassiness that you would expect from one of his releases.
Another sample: https://soundcloud.com/vanilla_face/etherea-wavves-vs-doom
ill dump his 2 other bigger projects too while im at it.
Balam Acab - See Birds EP
>Breakthrough EP for Balam Acab. Got lumped in with the witch house craze of the time, but he doesn't really share all that much in common with those artists. Plenty of floaty, ghostly sampling backed by thick bass and things that make me think of water.
Balam Acab - Wander / Wonder
>His second release. Filled with more samples and things that make me think of water (including actual water samples!) If you wanted that other stuff then you don't need another description.
GUM - Delorean Highway [AAC]
>Tame Impala side project
Craft Spells - Nausea
Lone - Reality Testing
>House, UK Garage
The Knife - Shaken Up Versions
Holy fuck thank you!!! These are fantastic!
I fell asleep about 4 AM local time. I'll just continue now if you guys don't mind.
Sage Francis - Sick To D(EAT)H 
>This mixtape, with new singles and remixes of old tracks, is so good. The versions on this one are much better than the original. If you want to get into Sage Francis and don't yet know the gamut of sounds he has gone through the years, this would be a good introduction.
Black Mask - Us and Them 
>This project by Maulskull reminds me of various good undeground artists from Oldominion and Sandpeople. It's got that Northwest sound for some reason (though I don't know where Maulskull resides).
T E Morris - The Long Distance Runner 
>Meloncholic acoustic music with experiments with organs and distortion and stuff. I was taken away at the sense of awwe his sounds produce. The album title may be a metaphor for how long the tracks are but how they get progressively more incredible. If you're a sad fuck who likes beautiful and original music then this is for you. It may or may not make you cry.
Volcano, I'm Still Excited!! - Volcano, I'm Still Excited!! 
>A highly tolerable indie pop album. It's the name that made me... excited... for it. Although I find this kind of music one-sided, it does grow on you, especially when it comes to heartfelt lyrics: "I'm standing in your driveway but you're not home yet. I've been waiting here since last night, but you're not home. [...] I'm breaking inside; you're window wasn't open like you promised!"
Home Brew - Taste Test 
>Malt liquor themed jazz-hop from New Zealand.
Night Terrors Of 1927 - Guilty Pleas EP 
>The title should read "guilty pleasure". I'm not generally a fan of synthpop but this is beyond tolerable, it's outright enjoyable. Meaningless pop music? Sure. But it's so well done that you probably won't mind that it doesn't seem to have anything to say.
Harvey Gunn - VPVB BEAT-TAPE 
>Minimalism is kind of rare in instrumental hip-hop, so I was pleasantly surprised to find this beattape to be very irregular in that regard. It's mild and on point, not trying to overload or overkill with countless layers. Some 5 loops will do to make the sound pleasurable. It's an half hour worth of nice tunes.
Jazzyfact - Lifes Like 
>Lately it has become more and more difficult to find japanese jazz-hop albums that aren't already well known or just boring as fuck. I'm not sure how well known Jazzyfact is, but for me it has at least some replay value. It's the scratches that make this good, I think. These guys have taken jazz-hop pretty seriously. The title of the sample track is "A Tribe Called Jazzyfact":
>captcha: tribes rdedining
Paranom & Purpose (of Tragic Allies) - Life Outside The Frame 
>This is like a mixture of Tha Connection and Little Brother. Soulful, well produced and smooth on-point rapping.
The Cancel - Night Light 
>Instrumental jazz-hop. The Cancel seems to get more jazzy with each release. Everybody knows it's solid.
Kama - Samsara EP 
>This piece of instrumental hip-hop is one of the best things I've found on soundcloud to my liking. I have been dreaming for a long time about doing spoken word over this whole EP.
Jan Johansson - Jazz på Svenska 
>Great piano jazz. There are not a lot of jazz albums I can listen to on repeat, but this is all-day music. Last.fm comments say that whole generations of svenskas have grown up on this stuff.
H?rrison - Prom King 
>Jazzy instrumental hip-hop from Toronto. Nice old tunes delivered by a teenage producer.
Honey - 4 Years 
>This album is incredibly interesting. It's tagged as indietronic, experimental and underground hip-hop on last.fm. This young producer seems to be Russian. Just like neat beats's "Cosmic Surgery" (2011), it's a very new sound and yet distinctly nostalgic for something mythical.
Ok, asking for something obscure as fuck here.
Does anyone have any of Saft's three studio albums?
I've only even found a few links, and they've all been dead.
This is not one of them, is it? I could upload this one.
Jamie Saft Trio - Astaroth - Book Of Angels Vol. 01 
Unfortunately no. Thanks for trying though.
Saft is a weird 70s Norwegian prog-rock band that's supposedly pretty good. I just want to give it a listen after I met one of the band's members a while back.
[spoiler]Besides, I love Jamie Saft, so I already have that album.[/spoiler]
Dude, there's tons of tracks of them on youtube.
Here's the entire first album,Saft:
People in Motion, from a single:
A track from their third album:
Learn to Google.
thank you so much for these
tryhards? They're just giving thanks for the shares, don't you say thank you?
I think broadcast is amazing...
just wanted to tell you that
thanks for the new stuff
>getting excited for a 14 year olds drone album
I hate you shitheads so much. Also thanks for ruining a good sharethread
>Dude's, there's tons of tracks of them on youtube
Michel Chion - Requiem 
>This is probably the first musique concrete album I'm impressed with. I was blown away by how novel and exciting it is. It's a bunch of very neatly organized totally not random things that happen, sometimes scenes from old French movies sometimes something utterly unexplainable. I understand that the guy was a film sound theorist, which makes a lot of sense with this album. It is beautiful and unexpected.
P.S I think it's perfectly okay to be excited about old albums that are novel to you.
Mort Garson - Plantasia 
>I believe this album was intended as a muzak record for plants. Turns out it also sounds nice to human ears. It makes me reminisce about old computer games, like Keen or Jetpack. Archive shows that there are some people on here who enjoy it as I do. There must be more people out there who find Plantasia to be terrific.
Telephone Jim Jesus - Anywhere Out Of The Everything 
>Anticon. I distinctly remember trying to listen to Telephone Jim Jesus when this album came out but I came away with no impressions. Only several years later do I get how full of sounds this album is. This is a neat kind of abstract-experimental instrumental hip-hop.
Michna - Moving Mountains 
>Electronic music, generally? A rare EP in that all four tracks are brilliant. Of course everyone heard it when it came out. I stumbled on it two years later and found pleasure in it.
Navtey - Somatic 
>Found this here on /mu/ actually. It's IDM (I hate that term) with a bit of ambient thrown in the mix. Musically its fine, nothing earth-shattering but the flow of the album is pretty good and the production is great.
Farrah Abraham - My Teenage Dream Ended
>bizarre, yet brilliant outsider dance pop from someone better known for being on Teen Mom and having sex tapes. Technically the soundtrack to her autobiography
If anyone feels like fulfilling a request.
Republic of Wolves - In The House Of Dust
>some album/dvd thing
>has acoustic/live versions of songs
plz no more I already have 30+ albums I need to listen to
Where is the best place to just get single song files? I'm just looking for some good 90's classics without downloading the whole album, since a lot of the time the rest of the album is shitty as fuck.
Back in the day, Kazaa/Limewire/etc. was great for this.
this is the worst thing I've ever listened to in my whole life fuck off
Those shady sites that post single mp3s (like mp3skull or something) in various qualities are the only DECENT ones. You'll sometimes stumble upon 320 or v0 tho.
I know this because I help my dad with his ipod and he ONLY wants certains songs and rarely full albums.
love your shit dude, please keep releasin stuff
>mfw thinking pg was done with erebos and the unofficial "bloodmoon" comp
Know its not a request thread, but been looking for Slim Dunlap's records, and im about a minute away from buying it on iTunes which I don't want to do but its the cheapest I can find it.... Anychance anyone has his 2 albums?
Ok, so if you are into OP´s Jazz hop, you should try Free the Robots.
The Residents - Not Available (1978) 
>In 1978, the "official" word was that The Residents had stated that Not Available could never be released. The group claimed that they had recorded the album in secrecy as a way of exercising their "theory of obscurity" to its fullest, and, in strict accordance with the theory, the work could never be released until its creators no longer recalled its existence. However, the reissued album's liner notes state that the album was an exercise in group therapy, and the Residents didn't want to release it because they felt it was too personally revealing.
Porter Robinson - Worlds
Various Artists - Orbitones, Spoon Harps & Bellowphones
>experimental, avante-garde, home made instruments, compilation
Spoon - They Want My Soul
another solid record from Spoon. check it
This thread is coming to an end soon. I've only a few more albums to go.
I've got: "No Commercial Breaks" (2007), "The Logic Of Chance" (2010) with Dan Le Sac and "Distraction Pieces" (2011). If you're still here and want these you can wait a little or check the archive later.
Here you go:
Scroobius Pip - No Commercial Breaks 
Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip - The Logic Of Chance 
Scroobius Pip - Distraction Pieces 
Igor Boxx - Dream Logic 
>I think Poland is the biggest producer of jazzy hip-hop in Eastern Europe. The variety of jazz-hop in Poland seriously compares to that of those of the USA, Japan and France. This specific case is a electronic, downtempo, acid jazz type of jazz-hop.
Rocé - Identité En Crescendo 
>This is a good exemplar of French jazz-hop. It compares well to other contemporary French bands such as Hocus Pocus and Jazz Liberatorz. It combines weird European jazz with hardcore rapping.
Ollano - Ollano 
>French trip-hop, downtempo, easy listening. I stumbled upon it while searching for jazz-hop on discogs. It just sounds nice.