Heavy Heavy Low Low - Hospital Bomber (2010) [Lossless]
>experimental metal, thrash
Half Handed Cloud - Flying Scroll Flight Control (2014)
>art pop, chamber
Alvin Band - Mantis Preying (2009)
Here's my list of stuff I couldn't find anywhere on soulseek nor internet for a couple of months. Pls ctrl+f and share if you can.
dave rempis frank rosaly <-bebop sax i free perkusja
balazs elemer early
Arai Tasuku (!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)
Juck Juck Grunge (!!!!!!!!!!!!)
yusuke hirado (!!!!!!!!)
pete robins pyramid
Ulaan Kohl (!!!)
Riyoko Takagi (!!!!)
luminous orange vivid (!)
Sam Boshnack (!!!)
John Chin Undercover (!!!!!!!!!)
rob garcia passion colors (!!!)
david weiss words fail (!!!)
bobby Authority Melts From Me (!!!)
Maria Schneider vertical (!!)
meg okura naima (!)
diederik living city
hugh marsh hugmars
carsten dahl papilon
Soren Gemmer At First
Les Discretes Septembre
zero centigrade selce
venture Alon Nechushtan
john ellis mobro
anne mette milo
Niels Lyhne Vesper
swana end summer
lars fiil reconsideration
Sunna Gunnlaugs Distilled
ben shirley year dragon
Tera Melos - Drugs to the Dear Youth
Trees Community - The Christ Tree
monkey_sequence.19 - Substantial 12 Monkeys
>experimental, instrumental hip-hop
Shared this once before, want you guys to check it out. It was a bitch to find, but there isn't enough like it.
Good stuff, Bear. If you like The Trees Community, you should totally check out Dorothy Carter's Waillee Waillee if you haven't already.
Exocomet - EXOCOMET 
>Experimental Rock, Post-Punk, Psychedelic
Irk - Bread and Honey [EP] (2014) -V0
> Math Rock, Mathcore, Sludge Metal, Noisecore, Noise Rock
time to get some shares to keep this thread going on
James Brown - Super bad
recorded live in 1971, here goes some great funk / soul like Mr Dynamite knew so well to perform
James Brown - Hot pants
from 1971 too, another great album by king James, who, at the time, was in a flawless row. I took the liberty to delete the original two parts Escape-ism to replace it by the 20mn full version
James Brown - Hot
this time from 1975, a bit before he started to lose it with pcp and shit, still some strong stuff going on
Does anyone have Darkside - Psychic? the last mega link has stopped working now.
Pied piper of Funkingham - Pied piper of Funkingham
from 1982, this is some crazy good funk going on, I don't understand why this album isn't more known
P-funk all stars - Hydraulic pump
a 1983 12" from what will probably stay as the most representative funk band. classic p-funk
Standing room only - Heart and soul
pretty rare funk album from 1982 that goes quite high when it comes to boogie, without forgetting to get some quieter but still grooving soul tracks
the archive does it automatically
Wayman Tisdale - The fonk record
Tisdale was a basketball player in NBA, and a bass player on some forgettable smooth jazz records. however, he got bone cancer, a leg amputated, and, before dying in 2009, wanted to make a p-funk album in the good old '70s fashion. his dream came true, with participation of George Duke and Georges Clinton, and he delivered here a smoking hot record that will probably fit well with your Parliament / Funkadelic collection
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, some of them having only released one or two 45s
last track is pretty fun, a collage of funk sounds and speeches about Superfly being missing and Shaft going after him
im looking for this album (pic)
i wanted it after listening to this /watch?v=bK0Wvlu_KwY
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
V.A. - The big cheese
and here is a third funk comp, still from Big cheese records, and still grooving high. the fellas knew how to dig crates
V.A. - The get down boogie sound
compiled by Dane Rudland, this is a collection of insanely groovy 12" from 1981 to 1983 (often the only ones ever made by the bands presented, and for the first time on cd) that we got here. essential boogie and party going music
unfortunately I have stuff to do now but I'll come back in an hour or two to keep this going with some more funk albums, '70s and modern psych, and a bunch of great french jazz records. see you there
If people are doing mega folders here's the dark ambient essential chart:
Francoise Hardy - The Yeh-Yeh Girl From Paris
Might upload some more later
check out Brigitte Fontaine, she is pretty much the only one who knew how to write
let's get back to this otherwise
Malka family - Malka on the beach
Malka family was pretty active in the '90s french groove scene, and could be easily considered as the french Funkadelic, breaking up in 1997 because the band was too big (about 15 members) to live out of it. this is their first album, with some fonky fresh music inside
Looking for the song on the right, Spec Ops: The Line. Been searching forever and I can't find it.
TaudiSymphony - TaudiSymphony
a band that resulted of the collab of several members of Malka family with other parisian bands. the result is pretty groovy and latin-oriented
Heldon - Live in Nancy
recorded in 1979, this recording presents us one of the best psych french units of the '70s, with some heavy enthousiasm for drums, to the point it kind of sounds like drum & bass at times (but idk if it comes from the recording or if it was intended like that)
France - Live at Bourse du travail, Saint-Etienne
France is a french drone unit composed of drums, bass, and amplified hurdy gurdy. you will find here a one hour plus trance like impro, based on rhythmic repetitions and subtle variations of the hurdy gurdy line. the band is a thrilling experience to witness live (although I don't think they do a lot of shows). intended to be listened to at a very loud volume (Swans live shows kind of high volume)
Yuri Gagarin - Yuri Gagarin
psych rock, a great release from 2013 with a gorgeous album art. get ready for an orbital trip
Electric Moon - Mind explosion
if you enjoy the orbital trip of Yuri Gagarin, you should appreciate the interstellar journeys of Electric Moon, one of the best space rock / heavy psych improvisation you can find. this was recorded live in 2014, and, as always with this band, expect some extended right in your face fuzzy psychedelia improvisations
Krautzone - Kosmische Rituale
Krautzone is a collab between Electric Moon and Zone Six, and yes, they keep every promise the band name can suggest. you will get here three heavy psych tracks, that at times furiously makes you think of Ash Ra Tempel and other legendary german bands of the '70s
And some more
Michèle Mercier - La fille qui fait tchic ti tchic/Six-huit
Hate to be posting a single but that's everything she's ever released. Written by Serge Gainsbourg and arranged by Jean-Claude Vannier though so would recommend.
Earthless meets Heavy blanket - In a dutch haze
man, what could go wrong in the collab between two of the best psych rock units available to this day ? nothing, and that's why this one hour impro is great to hear, without a doubt one of the 2014 highlights
yes it's him, he is in Heavy blanket. they released a great s/t in 2012. Earthless is an american psych rock trio that makes some really good jams, you should check out their albums
Xhol caravan - Altena
a live recording from 1969 of this seminal kraut band. some psychedelic jazz covers (Olé, Psychedelic Sally), but, more important, a one hour long acid drenched Freedom opera that is quite worth listening to
Günter Schickert - Samtvogel
released in 1974, this album is entirely made with a guitar and an echo device, making Schickert some kind of successor of the early '70s experiments, and a precursor to other people like Manuel Göttsching (who released an album of the same kind, but in 1976)
Günter Schickert - Überfällig
and his second album, this time from 1979, and with a drummer added, but keeping the same echo guitar drive as the first
Cosmic circus music - Wiesbaden
recorded in 1973 but only released last year, this is probably the only record you will ever heard by this band, and that's too bad because they made some great stuff. here you have two 40mn kraut jams going on, with a weird feeling of being out of the time continuum when listening to them
Tangerine Dream - Live Manchester
I don't think there's any need of presenting Tangerine dream, but maybe the Tangerine tree deserves it : it was a project whose purpose was to find and make available for free every Tangerine dream shows recorded (and there were a lot). sadly, the project has been cancelled in 2006 due to legal problems, and the files are harded to find now. this one has been recorded in 1976, and is an excellent example of the band's ability to improvise some insanely good synth frescos that work either as relaxation or tripping music. on the second one, Froese picks up guitar, and adds a more krautrock sound to the mix
Tangerine Dream - Live Düsseldorf
another one from 1976, more focused on quiet atmospheres, especially in the first improv
Tangerine Dream - Live Reims
recorded with professional quality and superb acoustic in 1974 in the cathedral where french kings used to be crowned , this one is probably the best fruit of the entire Tangerine tree, and the first track is probably among the best improvisations ever made
too bad they have been banned from ever playing again in a christian church because needles and crap has been found in the cathedral after the show (the building even had to be consecrated again)
you can get it as 1 track on the bandcamp too, they split it in multiple parts so they could release it on LP (but as the track has been improvised as a whole, I don't want it to get cut, especially since they added some fade out / fade in at the beginning and the end of the splitted parts)
Barney Wilen & his amazing free rock band - Dear prof. Leary
and one last german album before hitting jazz world. Barney Wilen (of whom we will talk about later) is a french sax player that made everything from hard bop in the beginning of the '60s to free jazz with african people (if you're interested in this, check out his album Moshi). here he made a psych record that sounds a lot like the stuff the krautrock scene has produced in the '70s, except it has been made in 1968, making it some kind of precursor
>too bad they have been banned from ever playing again in a christian church
Only catholic churches, in fact the church of england invited them shortly afterwards (probably just to annoy the papists).
indeed, and some of those english churches shows are also in the Tangerine tree, and pretty good (York, Coventry and Liverpool) .I should learn one day to differenciate the different christianity brands. thanks for the precision
also, I am going to have an aperitif with my parents, so I'll do the jazz part later. see you there
Peste Noire / Diapsiquir - Rats des Villes VS Rats des Champs
Bazzah - Death Is All I See...
Edanticonf – The Boundary of Nowhere Land
Djinn - 20 years of djinn
ASC - The Astral Traveler
I checked to see if I had the Peste album, but I don't unfortunately, thanks for the folders though, especially the slowcore one
guess who's back
Barney Wilen - Barney
Barney Wilen - More from Barney at the Club Saint-Germain
Barney Wilen, 23yo at the time, recorded his first album live with Duke Jordan on piano, Kenny Dorham on trumpet, Daniel Humair (who, at the time, just arrived in Paris), and the bass veteran Paul Rovère. needless to say, it's a great bop / hard bop session, that you can here discover in its entirety with this double cd edition
in the booklet it is reported that Stéphane Grappelli, hearing this album for the first time in a blind test, couldn't believe his ears that it was that youngster playing
Benoît Berthe back quartet - First pages
speaking of youngsters, here is probably one of the future leading jazz units in France. Everyone in is about 25yo, but damn are they good (for example I saw the double bassist playing with Archie Shepp this year, and he's fucking 23, way to be jealous). expect some strong post bop, and keep an eye on them, because they will more than certainly get better with the years and the training
Bruce Springsteen - Nebraska
Also the following albums in V0 320 or Flac because the archive versions have very low bitrates
This Years Model
Coney Island Baby
This is a long drive for someone with nothing to think about
Michel Graillier / Alby Cullaz / Simon Goubert - Sweet smile
recorded in 1996 at the mythic Duc des Lombards club, here is one of the best french jazz trios you could find (sadly Cullaz and Graillier both passed away), demonstrating why they were serious contenders for the crown
Christian Vander - Au Sunset
recorded at the Sunset sunside, another great parisian club (and usually much less expensive than the Duc des Lombards, if you're hanging out in Paris and want to see some jazz), here shines the jazz roots of Christian Vander, that we're more used to hear in Magma and Offering (although his first recordings before Magma are as a sideman on jazz albums). great quartet playing on Coltrane's tunes (except the last one, which is a Vander comp)
Going to ask for something obscure:
Does anyone have "Two Presidents' Jam Session Praha '94" (Also known as "Jam Sessions: The Pres Blows")?
[spoiler]I just want to listen to Slick Willy not have sexual relations with my ears.[/spoiler]
Requesting Behind A Banner of Hope.
zips and rars have been impossible to find.
I know their kinda meh but I have a jacket with one of their patches and i don't want to be lame and not have at least some of their music.
Requesting: Canaxis 5 - Technical Space Composer's Crew
I've been searching for a link since I first heart it a couple of weeks ago. Theres only one in the archive and every time I download it, it just ends up being a .txt. file. I don't have access to what.cd. I would really appreciate it if an anon came through
Baptiste Trotignon - Share
this great french pianist went to New York to record this album featuring Tom Harrell, Eric Harland, Mark Turner, so expect to hear some of the best talents the NY young scene had to offer in 2009
Thelonious Monk - Live at the It club
recorded in 1964 with a great Charlie Rouse on sax, this is a neat quartet at work with that always recognizable Monk touch we get offered here
>synth, experimental, noise, psych, pop, essential bandcamp
Barry Harris - Live in Rennes
this great jazz pianist has been active as a leader since the '60s and appears as a sideman on numerous good records. this one has been recorded live in a straight-ahead trio formation in 2010, and the least you can say is that he still gets it, even as a 81yo man
Thierry Maillard - The alchemist
Maillard, after being a classical pianist for years, discovered jazz in the '90s, and never stopped since. here he goes back to his roots, with an album played with his usual trio, but with a string quartet added. you like classical ? you like jazz ? well, you'll certainly like what will probably stay as one of the best jazz albums from this year !
Pierre Boussaguet - Charme
this man represents about everything I love in double bass, he has an incredible tone (as an anon pointed out in /jazz/ the other day, it has some similarities with Ron Carter's), a natural ability to launch astoundishing basslines, a great time keeper... and he was a great friend of Guy Lafitte, who happens to be one of my favorite sax players (he plays on some tracks, and reads a poem). what do you need more ?
also I'm now done with the stuff I had uploaded, so I'll just stick around and do some requests if I can
I'm aware that it's already in the archive, but I had to share this. Some of the best throwback psychedelic rock I've heard thus far this year.
>Ty Segall - Manipulator (2014)
>Psychedelic rock, garage rock, very slight heavy psych undertones
Now, /r/ing any of the following:
Antarctica - 81:03
Radian - Juxtaposition
Oupa - Forget
Any of the above would be enormously appreciated.
Holger Czukay and Rolf Dammers - Canaxis
sound collage, experimental album by a member of Can and someone I don't know
fug forgot name, whatever
Serge Gainsbourg - Cannabis
one of the several OSTs Gainsbourg composed, this one is pretty good but DO NOT watch the movie, it's beyond mediocre (unless you want to see some shots of Jane Birkin naked)
This is Adelaide-S/T
>post-punk, math rock, indie,
Couldn't find one in the archive. Sorry anon. How about a feel as consolation?
Does anyone have any Sealion's? I can up their split if anyone wants it.
Residents Uninc. - Baby Sex [Unreleased, 1971]
> Leftfield, Avantgarde, Experimental, Parody
I'm assuming that everybody knows about The Residents but here is something for that one person who doesn't!
Recorded on quarter inch reel to reel tape in 1971, this was never released. Apparently the front of the box showed an infant being orally abused by an adult female with the image lifted from some Danish magazine. If I haven't lost you already, this is a really great and bizarre offering recorded before The Residents officially existed. One of the highlights for me is a crazed hyperactive run through of King Kong from The Mothers Of Invention's "Uncle Meat". This is a glimpse into the things that were to come!
>Mystikal - Let's Get Ready
FLAC is on Rutracker. Or someone with fast internets could maybe download, convert to mp3, and toss on mega conz
Peter Michael Hamel - Colours of time
probably one the few good new age albums. this should please you, as well as his earlier albums (even if they are more kraut / ambient than new age)
check out Chris Watson - Weather report
I'm going to bed now. hope you enjoy the albums, see you some other time, /mu/
Thanks found it in the archives and on rutracker
here you go
Luminous Orange - Vivid Short Trip (7 Stops Farther)
this is my wishlist
i'll suck the dick of anybody who can help me out
Savage Republic: Ceremonial, Tragic Figures
Planet Gong: Live Floating Anarchy '77
Extra Life: Made Flesh
Country Teasers: Satan Is Real Again
Recent Fav, Requesting some Lo-Fi Dreamy stuff like this:
? Foliage ? - Singles (2014)/Self-Released
>Dream Pop, Shoegaze, Jangly, Surfgaze, Essential-Core, Sounds like a fusion between The Smiths and DIIV
>everybody who likes Foliage is Foliage
I actually couldnt find this band because every time I looked I typed in Telos Menos.
I'm looking for the new Modern Rivals album, Run Rabbit Run by the Osso String Quartet, and a gf
But anyway... Here's a share so i actually contribute to the thread
Thanksgiving - Thanksgiving
>folk, on phil elvrum's label (the guy behind Mount Eerie and The Microphones)
Highly recommended for anyone who's into Phil's out of key singing and minimalist folk.
every BNM this year from p4k
Sealion/Doom Ghost - Split
>Garage rock, Surf punk, Lo-fi
Sealion - Heavy Fizz
>Garage rock, Surf punk, Lo-fi
Requesting: Sealion - Kenneth
Etherwood - Etherwood [FLAC] (2013)
>Drum and Bass, Bass Music
Flying Lotus - You're Dead
The Underachievers - Cellar Door: Terminus Ut Exordium
Infected Mushroom - Classical Mushroom
Mogwai - Government Commissions
Mogwai - Come On Die Young
Ulaan Khol - I, II and III
>Ambient, drone, psychedelic
>sharing Isaac Hayes - ...To Be Continued: http //uploaded net/file/vfxx8l7t
>requesting War - s/t
not in the archive, does anyone have a link?
Don't know why but I can't find these, i'd love a copy of each:
Bob Dylan- Basement Tapes
Noise- 319 (look up Noise- Dirty Evil)
The Channeling- Last Harvest
And my favourite blog: 100 greatest bootlegs, it's filled with bootleg concerts and demos that are very hard to come by http://100greatestbootlegs.blogspot.ca/
recently discovered the folk rock supergroup little joy, but cant find their self titled?
Little people-s/t anyone? thanx
The Milk Carton Kids have their first two albums up for free download on their website. You can find The Ash & Clay on your friendly neighborhood torrent site, but I can upload it if there's interest.
>folk, Simon & Garfunkel with better fingerpicking.
Or I have a bunch of high school concert recordings.
Various Artists - Kidz Rec. 02
>new rave, electro, house
I only came to this thread to thank and bless the anon that shared Nicholas Szcepanik on the previous share thread
if you have anymore to share from him that'd be awesome, so far I've only listened to We make life sad and Not knowing
>Lo-fi, Indie, Dreampop
>One of few acts coming from South Carolina thats worth a shit
sample : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A10Fn6snwdA
The Reptilian-Boys Life EP
>Emo/Skramz, Punk, Math Rock,
>Think La Dispute-ish, but fun and not 2edgy4me
Does anyone have Manhattan Research Inc. by Raymond Scott?
also, heres the album art if it refreshes anyones memory
>Only other SC act worth a shit
Hot Sugar - Moon Money
Looking for Milo - Things that happen at day/night
Pretty sure this is what you're looking for:
>Tobacco - LA UTI EP - 2010
As for Black Moth Super Rainbow (The band you're probably talking about) here is my personal favorite album
>Black Moth Super Rainbow - Cobra Juicy - 2012
Ayy thanks man and heres something for you
The Child of Lov - Crying Thunder (Mixtape)
>Pop, Electronic, Soul
With four original tracks, and a cover of The Beatles’ “Helter Skelter,” it’s a skewed, psychedelic quarter of an hour journey into Cole Williams’ world, where dusty hip-hop thump, soul, and R&B collide in a wilfully weird melange of sounds and textures.
This took me forever to find all the tracks to
why are you people only requesting extremely easy to find things?
god, I hate /mu/ now... fucking use rutracker you dumb fucks
Does someone have it? Please help me, /mu/. I've been looking for almost an hour now.
You've got to be kidding.
First link in google. Christ.
Or, y'know what how about the second link in google?
Take yer pick.
Then use the other link. It works fine.
Actually both do. I tested them. If it's not extracting it's an issue on your end.
Both links are full and extract with no errors. Pic related
I laughed, I cried, then I realized you were being serious.
Spec Ops: The Line is a game, man. I never really liked it but it just clicked for some people.
Still, here's a DL link
Anyone have Pond: Beard, Wives, Denim?
There are links in the archive and a torrent on mutracker but for some reason I get an extracting error when I try to open it. Would anyone be willing to make a fresh upload?
guys, just get a rutracker account, it isn't that hard, yes the site is in russian but the built in translation feature in chrome translates it fine. Most of this stuff you guys are requesting are on that site, stop requesting easy to find shit please.
How about both of you shut the fuck up and check THESE?
I have nothing that you guys want but I can dump some shit.
Tuomas Henrikin Jeesuksen Kristuksen Bändi - Käkkyrällään (2014)
>Finnish alternative rock
Does anybody have a link for Prayers: Gothic Summer????
The Minds of 99 - s/t (2014)
>Danish art rock
/r/ing Perc - The Power and The Glory
Colugo - Hello Yellow Fellow
>Video Game-ish glitch electronica (or something)
Beastie Respond - Fictious Nostalgia (2013)
Calum Bowen - Lovely Planet OST
>Video Game OST, Stereotypical Japanese electronic music
Johann Sebastian Punk - More Lovely and More Temperate (2014)
He can't sing for shit, but he somehow makes that work.
?????? Jazz ??? - S N U F K I N™ ???, N£VER TO RE??? (2014)
>I don't fucking know... it's weird.
Free album download:
Dánjal - The Palace (2008)
There are no samples :-(
Sekuoia - Trips - EP
..... aaaaand that's all I had prepared.
Fucking yeeeah! Loved thy is a word, used to be my fave record growing up
This is also the best thing AB has done, if you heard Rainbow Road when people were pretending it was the Centipede Hz leak but didn't really like it, I recommend checking this out, it's so much better.
Some stuff for Ross:
LA Vampires featuring Matrix Metals - So Unreal (v0)
LA Vampires Meets Zola Jesus - s/t (v0)
LA Vampires with Maria Minerva - The Integration LP (v0)
Psychic Reality & LA Vampires - Split (v0)
Maria Minerva - Cabaret Cixous (v0)
Maria Minerva - Bless (EP) (v0)
Maria Minerva - Will Happiness Find Me (v0)
NeroScream - Scream EP
>psychedelic, rap, each of the songs represents a deadly sin, better than i thought it would be
Raymond Scott - Manhattan Research Inc
>Experimental (at the time) electronic
From the thread on songs ahead of their time
Could someone pls share anything by Svermere, Sver and/or Gjermund Sivertsen Trio