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General sharethread

its time for a sharethread, contributions are welcome. Try to avoid making stupid requests use the archive instead

if you have any problems with my shares please let me know
*0 - [0,0,0] (2000) [160]
>noisy, distorted, abstract glitch collages with sounds clashing into each other indiscriminately, as far as I'm aware this is the highest quality it is available in, very much still worth hearing despite the less than ideal bitrate, ~650 listeners

sorry about the picture quality
can someone please upload neurosis pain of mind
the link in the archive is dead
I'd kill for anything by Svitlana Nianio or The Notekillers. I can't really share anything since I'm on my phone, srry
currently do not have a lana del ray album

cba to wcd so can someone up an album on mega? flac/v0 pref thanks!
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23 Skidoo - Seven Songs (1982) [224]
>post-punk, funk, tape music, industrial with ambient, dub and tribal percussive elements
>Seven Songs is a brief collection of eight post-punk tracks with a disturbed funky industrial atmosphere, produced by Genesis P-Orridge and Peter Christopherson of Throbbing Gristle, tracks like Kundalini and IY are funky rhythmic jams filled with a "...cluster of conga acrobatics" while songs like Porno Base consist of a "...series of abysmal bass pluckings placed just far enough apart to induce chronic paranoia" placed over a sample of Mary Whitehouse talking about the evils of pop music
Nice! Thanks man.
African Head Charge - Off the Beaten Track (1986) [V1]
>a sort of an industrial influenced, electronic dub album, cold and methodical with really strong infectious grooves, strong percussion, features some great bass playing by Jah Wobble
please and thanks
As Requested
Neurosis - Pain of Mind [1987] (2000 Re-Issue CDRip @ Mp3 320 Kbps)

>Hardcore Punk, Neurosis

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any word on that Andrés Segovia, m8?

Daniel Bachman - Jesus I'm A Sinner
>American Primitivism
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After Dinner - Editions (1998) [V0]
>art pop, progressive pop, avant-prog, compilation
>After Dinner was a Japanese progressive avant-pop group centered around vocalist and composer Haco, this compilation album combines their debut s/t in its entirety with selected edited live performances at the end, the music is extremely diverse ranging from pop music played with traditional Japanese folk instruments to spacey audio experiments played on found and homemade instruments, despite the breadth of experimentation the album is overwhelmingly lighthearted and playful, and although not quite the tour de force of their followup fans of Haco's other work should love this, it should also be noted that the album is sometimes also referred to as 'After Dinner / Live Editions', uploaded for Anon
It won't be making an appearance today unfortunately. Its not showed up for me yet.
Looking for The Dead C - The Twelfth Spectacle. Can't find it anywhere
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Guys, I'm going back home for studies, and I don't have internet (living in a house that's about to be sold next year) and I'd love if someone could share some Best Coast albums. I'll upload some of my favs meanwhile!

Sonjagon - Arches
>"dark" indie i suppose, great drummer, also cool album art. fuck genres

Sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAdRw_cFRug

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Airto - Seeds on the Ground (1971) [192]
>jazz fusion with a strong folk influence, vocal
>Airto Moreira is an excellent Brazilian percussionist best known for his work with Hermeto Pascoal, Weather Report and for his contributions to Bitches Brew, for the most part this album employs a cheery and relaxed approach, since Moreira is the bandleader the compositions have a very heavy percussive focus that envelops Ron Carter's tasteful basswork Pascoal's soloing and Flora Purim's pleasant vocals in colorful latin rhythms, feel good music for a sunny day
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Kent - s/t

>swedish depressed teen core, guitar driven rock music, good (swedish) lyrics

Sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ei_yUAjcAh4

Steffen Basho-Junghans - In the Morning Twilight
>American Primitivism

Sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YpAtDaCwFlU

Alright, I'll look out for it in future sharethreads then. Thanks.
Nils Landgren Funk Unit - Funky Abba
>funky abba covers, nice music while driving during nighttime

Sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u4GFW2irXwM

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I'm gonna repost some of mine. Well, the few I have anyhow

Mez-Me - Guerreros De Cuauhlama [1997]
>South American folk
>From their site and a crude translation from spainish "the purpose is to convey through melodies sound environment someday wrapped our ancestors, create a brotherhood with the sounds of instruments from different parts of South America, raising awareness of the bond we have with nature and living things around us as did the cultures that preceded us, create a continental unification." Neat atmospheres and rhythm here, good pickup from a secondhand record store
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salyu x salyu - s(o)un(d)beams+
>Japanese Art Pop, Live
Beautiful live performance of s(o)un(d)beams and a few originals not on the album. Also contains covers of The Beach Boys and The Roaches.


Sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=brec06BA6JU
Ekkehard Ehlers - Plays
>Electro-Acoustic, electronic
>This is a compilation of 5 EPs, named after various musicians, and other art mediums. While what Ehlers' inspiration from these figures is questionable, and the music is diverse (ambient pieces to a house track) it's incredible. There are two tracks for each artist, these are Albert Ayler, RObert Johnson, Cornelius Cardrew, John Cassavetes and Hubert Fichte.
Aki Takahashi – Piano Space (1976) [320]
>indeterminacy, serialism, contemporary classical, solo piano, 3 LPs
>Aki Takahashi is a renowned Japanese pianist specializing in contemporary classical music, Piano Space is her landmark recording of twenty works by such composers as Takemitsu, Boulez, Xenakis, Messiaen, Cage and more, the performances are slow and nuanced, minimal and purposeful, a word of warning; this collection is very long and can be difficult to listen to for extended periods of time so some of you might need to break it up and listen to it in pieces, under 2k listeners

sorry about the image again
I'm looking into buying a physical copy and uploading it myself. nice upload btw
thanks for these as well
The Hellacopters - Supershitty to the Max!
>garage rock

Sample: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QPR-5Ru2OPI

No problem. I've gotten alot of awesome music from your shares so thankyou

Lalo Schifrin - There's a whole lot of Lalo Schifrin Goin' on.
>Lounge, Bossa Nova.
>Popular film composer for films like Dirty Harry. Here he pretty much does what he wants
Dimlite - Prismic Tops
>Beat music, electronic, left-field hip hop
>Most people would think of Flying Lotus, Nosaj Thing, or anyone from Brainfeeder records for beat music. And while Dimlite has earlier records like that, here you'll find a more abstract electronic approach. Unique, and pretty sick
r/r/r/r/r/ring a vagina.
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Ákos Rózmann - 12 Stationer VI (2012) [320]
>"The pieces featured on this release are excerpts from his monumental 12 stationer (12 stations), composed at the famed EMS studio between 1978 and 2001 as an interpretation of the Tibetan Wheel of Life", surprisingly melodic and accessible despite the length
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Fieldtriqp - Old Haunts
>Electronic, BOC-core
>You could easily make a Boards of Canada link here, but when listening to BOC I feel grounded, whereas Fieldtriqp gives me more of an alien planet feel. It's cold, yet there is some sort of primitive life present. If you get what I mean..... fuck you.
https://archive.org/details/EAR026 (Free link)
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Jack Rose - Jack Rose
>American Primitivism, Late member of Pelt. Highly recommend them as well

Couldn't find a sample from this album

I've gotten a lot of great music from you too. Could you recommend any other Classical Guitarists?
Kazuhito Yamashita, Agustín Barrios, Théo de Barros, and John Williams are all pretty good imo
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Aktuala - Aktuala (1973) [320]
>progressive folk, avant-folk, improvisation
>founded by a dedicated group of "collectors and performers of ancient and ethnic instruments", Aktuala played an eclectic brand of psychedelic avant/progressive folk equally inspired by the improvisatory nature of American jazz and the trance like qualities found in different kinds of Asian folk music, deeply soothing and interesting, ~1.5k listeners
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Various Artists - Shadow Music of Thailand
>Thailand rock/pop, 60s. The term used for this music is Shadow Music, after the popular act the Shadows. These bands would try to mimic surf, exotica and early rock and roll while also incorporating their native instruments. Sorry the quality might not be fantastic
hey everyone in this thread- download this. it's one of my favourite albums ever and maybe you'll like it too!
Can anyone share some Danny Brown?
I'm almost positive most of his stuff is the archive.
fucking google it it's not hard to find
ayyy just wanted to say thanks for all the work in the sharethreads over the years, anons and trips.

nice break from /mu/ discussing the same album and artists 24 hours a day and have managed to find some new artists whose album i later purchased.

good shit m8s, i'll fill some requests too.
Alan Silva and the Celestrial Communication Orchestra - Seasons (1971) [320]
>avant-garde jazz, free jazz, experimental big band
>For the purposes of this recording, extraordinary bassist and composer Alan Silva gathered dozens of the best and brightest jazz musicians of the day including Roscoe Mitchell, Joseph Jarman, Lester Bowie, Steve Lacy, Robin Kenyatta and many more to perform a single momentous and often meandering two hours long composition that stands as a masterwork of its genre, it is important to note that this is not always the sort of headache-inducing full on sonic assault flavor of free jazz, there are substantial 'spacey' passages that give the individual players plenty of room to comfortably coexist, these sections feel surprisingly orchestral and melodic when compared to modern jazz of this type, that being said the musicians are more than happy to let loose and lay down some blaring noise whenever appropriate
thank you
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Pimmon - Waves and Particles
>glitch, noise, pretty decent, has collaborated with the likes of Keith Rowe, Fennesz, & Peter Rehberg
can someone share some early mortiis been listening to pic related and i like it
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Alash Ensemble - Alash (2007) [vbr]
>Tuvan throat singing, under 2k listeners
thanks for sharing !
I'll check them out. I think I'm all out of shares today because mega is uploading slow as shit for some reason, but I'll definitely be lurking the thread. Thanks for everything.
/r/ing the new Pallbearer
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Amédé Ardoin - Mama, I'll Be Long Gone: The Complete Recordings of Amede Ardoin, 1929-1934 (2011) [320]
>Cajun folk music, proto-zydeco, double album compilation
>Amédé Ardoin was a highly influential musician that single-handedly laid the foundation for modern Creole and Cajun folk music, equally known for his fiery playing on the ten button accordion and for his high pitched singing voice, the music mostly consists of bluesy dance songs played in his trademark "heavy rhythmic syncopated style", many of the tracks prominently feature Dennis McGee on the fiddle, this collection compiles all of his commercial recordings into one place making previously released compilations obsolete
Yeah I'm trying to finish uploading a few albums and not having much luck. But I've still got a lot more uploaded so its not a big deal. Thanks for the help
>Try to avoid making stupid requests use the archive instead
thank you based anon
Yeah I found it my bad
Nice viruses, guys.
>using Windows
Intense love for this sharethread.
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Tod Dockstader - Aerial 1
>ambient, electronic
Early electronic musician, has awesome early work from the 60s checking out but this one came from 2005. The sole material is from shortwave radio, he worked with alot of material and mixed it down to an trilogy, this one being the first. Errie, alienating ambient and really good
Avarus - A-V-P (2003) [192]
>krautrock inspired free folk, drone, one track EP
>A-V-P is an instrumental psychedelic free folk fuzz jam backed by a driving motorik beat wrapped in spacey synths and warm production, a brief yet thoroughly enjoyable listen
You probably hear this before, but you're a pretty cool guy

Julias Lester - Departures

anyone got this album or any other Julias Lester?
Julius Lester ****
Bamseom Pirates - Seoul Inferno (2010) [320]
>decent South Korean powerviolence, grindcore, hardcore punk
>noteworthy for being one of the first Korean bands to make music like this, and for being the current project of Pyha, who was previously a one man black metal project when he was a teenager, under 150 listeners
thanks for this as well, looks great
you're too kind

David Dondero #Zero With a Bullet
"Temporary Error"
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anyone have snowing-fuck your emotional bullshit ?
tried the archive but the links are dead

>Sleigh Bells - Treats
>Sleigh Bells - Reign of Terror

Links in the archive are dead
I'm confused
Thanks! Any more badass SK music? Some older threads had some decent/good post-rock such as ???? [Jambinai] and ??? ??? ??? ??? ????
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>dat sample

fuck yeah, downloading
me too ;_;

It just says "Temporary Error, Retrying"
google it. literally the first or second link is a free dl
pls pls pls pls pls

anyone got this? not in the archive

also this

pls pls pls

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Banda Elástica - 2 (1991) [V0]
>avant-prog, progressive folk, jazz fusion
>Banda Elástica is a seven piece prog outfit from Mexico, their music is a "...highly spirited blend of RIO, jazz fusion, improvised progressive rock, ethnic and ZAPPA influences" resulting in satisfying folk prog freakouts, ~500 listeners
Yes, of course. I've shared quite a bit in the past.
Maybe this will be helpful? I try and update it occasionally.
I mean you replied to my post with a different link from the one I posted, m8.

weird, dont know why that happened. but anyway, the link doesnt work for me.

just a heads up, no big deal. plenty to listen to after this awesome thread

Hey, I saw them live at my university! Great show, and some beautiful music.
Bill Evans Trio - Portrait in Jazz (1960) [320]
>cool jazz, post-bop, modal jazz
>The first studio album by the now legendary Bill Evans/Scott LaFaro/Paul Motian trio, recorded less than a year after Evans had finished his work on Kind of Blue, one of the many noteworthy things about this album was in LaFaro's masterful bass playing and how his instrument is on almost equal footing with the piano lead instead of simply being a "mere accompanying instrument", one of the most important jazz albums of all times
Dang, sounds cool. I'd love to see them live.
it was fucking up for me, but I just checked and it works for me now.
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I think I've shared these before, hope you don't mind if I do so again.

Aimee Mann - Lost in Space - Special Edition

>singer-songwriter, rock, feels

Sample: http://youtu.be/qZaJv3-BV3A

Disc 1: https://mega.co.nz/#!sMVyzLwY!2HXjUPuOIztStCUXzHG8sa8xXBTS7enLVqL8K4B-qss

Disc 2: https://mega.co.nz/#!5RECgTLZ!di9CN7nDHqYmDMnvIeJyUyADhdE94tkrrfmvoJgPdVY
Bisk - Strange or Funny Ha Ha? (1997) [V1]
>glitch, plunderphonics, electronic
>fractured perverted and heavily processed electronic music made from dramatically recontextualized samples from a wide variety of sources, equally puzzling and danceable, some of the better music of this kind that I've heard
Seconding this
r/ing Miley Cyrus's seminal Bangerz
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ayy anyone got Born in the USA or Darkness on the Edge of Town?
it took me literally less than 1 min to find
but you "need" a VPN. rutracker and mega is safer by miles
Bjorn Fongaard - Elektrofoni - Works for Micro Intervallic Guitar 1965-1978 (2010) [V0]
>microtonal, contemporary classical, three disc compilation
>Bjorn Fongaard was a Norwegian composer guitarist and teacher recognized for his innovative work with microtonal and prepared guitar music, "...his specially designed 'micro-intervallic' guitar, fitted with twice the normal number of frets, it enabled him to subdivide every note in the normal scale again, accessing all the harmonic colours of the quarter tone", Fongaard makes considerable use of extended techniques including "...using bows felt and straws to prepare the strings, attaching tuning forks to the neck to ring in sympathy with certain notes, and playing it on a tabletop" the resulting music is texturally dense and slow moving, reminds me most of the musique concrète experiments of artists such as Luc Ferrari, this compilation is well sequenced and put together, this copy does not include the DVD, under 300 listeners
Thanks m8
yeah mega or something similar would be best for me
AD/D was the superior release
Grimm Realities is where it's at
This album is fantastic and anyone who has not heard it yet really should. I really appreciate you uploading it.
Seconding this
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Boureima Disco et le Super Bonkaney - Gahame bani (2004) [320]
>funky lo-fi dance pop from Niger with left-field electronics and polyrhythmic beats courtesy of some cheap old drum machines, too much fun, under 90 listeners
No problem! I'm glad you liked it.
/r/-ing The Jewelled Antler Library
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Brother D with Collective Effort - Dib-Be-Dib-Be-Dize / How We Gonna Make the Black Nation Rise? (1980) [256]
>disco rap, political hip hop, east coast hip hop, boogie, single, the b-side is clearly the better track, under 700 listeners
>under 700 listeners
>who fucking cares bruh
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Caroline K - Now Wait for Last Year (1987) [224]
>industrial, dark ambient, under 700 listeners

It's indie cred.
Sounds cool, thanks!
Catherine Ribeiro + Alpes - Paix (1972) [256]
>progressive folk, progressive rock, psychedelic rock, avant-folk, psychedelic folk, space rock
>folk flavored female fronted prog outfit, the first two tracks are fairly short and straightforward beautiful folk rock pieces, while the final two tracks are a sort of spacy meandering progressive rock, Ribeiro's vocals are great
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Chen Yi - "THE" 1978-1983 (2006) [V0]
>industrial, minimal wave, experimental, compilation
>Chen Yi was a short-lived industrial group comprised of about twenty men and women from London, "The Chen Yi commune never was interested in producing records with some of the members refusing any form of release whatsoever", this compilation compiles the small number of significant recordings that were made into one place, rough minimal electronics with heavily distorted vocals
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Chiemi Manabe - Fushigi Shoujo (1982) [192]
>synth pop, techno kayo, j-pop
>catchy and very '80s sounding synth j-pop with fantastic production by Haruomi Hosono (YMO), saccharine and joyous with hooks that won't quit, under 700 listeners
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Choro Club - Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou Quiet Country Cafe Original Soundtrack (2003) [V0]
>samba-choro, jazz, soundtrack
>instrumental trio consisting of Oh Akioka (mandolin) Shigeharu Sasago (guitar) and Jyoji Sawada (double bass), their brand of acoustic folk is heavily influenced by Brazilian and Latin American guitar music, playful melodies over smooth swaying rhythms, light and breezy music for relaxing on a hot summer day
Christian Marclay - Records 1981-1989 (1997) [192]
>turntable music, plunderphonics, compilation
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Compostela were a Japanese jazz group lead by alto saxophonist Shinoda Masami who is probably more famous for his work with Jagatara and Otomo Yoshihide's Ground Zero, they are noteworthy for blending "folk musics of Eastern Europe with the tradition of Japanese chindon (street musicians who play at grand openings of supermarkets and pachinko parlors dressed as geishas and samurai)" and applying it to a chamber jazz context, interesting music that never takes itself too seriously

Compostela - Aruku Hito (1995) [vbr]
>chamber jazz, klezmer, chindon music, under 600 listeners

Compostela - Wadachi (1997) [192]
>chamber jazz, klezmer, chindon music, the slightly more common Tzadik release, under 600 listeners
This sounds very cool, thanks.
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David Darling & The Wulu Bunun Tribe (2004) [320]
>Austronesian traditional music, choral, field recordings
>classical cellist David Darling collaborates with Wulu Bunun people of Taiwan to create an interesting synthesis of different styles,"Recorded in a valley...it's cloaked in ambient natural sounds which blend perfectly alongside Darling's individual playing style and the voices of adults and children", although there are a few instances of solo cello performance as well as pieces just for the singers, the majority of the album pairs restrained and emotive contributions from Darling placed over the distinctive eight-part harmonic singing and chanting of the Wulu Bunun, emphasis is placed on the rich harmonies as opposed to composition or rhythm, unlike anything I've ever heard before.
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Lenny White - Streamline
>Jazz Fusion, Jazz-funk
>Upbeat, somewhat-peppy melodies sandwiched in with the relaxing jams that one can come to expect from a Lenny White record

how did you find this?
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DJ Pica Pica Pica - Planetary Natural Love Gas Webbin' 199999 (1999) [256]
>experimental electronic dance music, sound collage, jungle, noise, techno, no certain genre/style
>off-kilter and frenzied electronic dance noise project of DJ Yamatsuka Eye that is very difficult to describe, this is the kind of album where anything goes and "...when it does, it usually goes well", despite the overall 'weirdness' it remains surprisingly fun and danceable
I honestly don't remember how I heard about it but I downloaded it from slsk about a year ago.
this is great. have any similar recommendations?
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Doug Haire - Nineteen American Waysides (2002) [320]
>field recordings
>Doug Haire is a Seattle-based recording engineer and sound artist, "Nineteen American Waysides features 19 recordings from highway rest-areas made all across the US, including insect choruses, garbage truck hydraulics, twittering birds, gentle rain storms, and lots of rushing din from the nearby freeways, occasionally Haire played back processed versions of the Victrola Favorites cassettes curated from the Climax Golden Twins' collection...these murky waltzes, operatic arias, and spoken word snippets...are wonderful and wistful sounds, that contrast nicely with the clarity of the rest of Haire's recordings", under 200 listeners
Do you have a blog? I'd follow it.
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E Pak Sa - Encyclopedia of Pon-Chak (1996) [192]
>one Korean man wailing energetically over an extremely monotonous and simplistic synthesizer/drum machine, I was gracious enough to include all six bonus tracks making the whole collection 37 tracks, under 500 listeners
I have a tumblr but it isn't specifically a music blog, and I have a youtube channel that I sometimes upload music to. I'm not sure if you'd be interested in either of those.
If you post music frequently on your tumblr I'd follow it
also, your chen yi link seems to be broken for me
try this album
I'm not sure what you'd consider frequently but here you go
Both of those links appear to be working on my end. Did you copy the entire link? Is anyone else having problems with it?
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Spoon -- They Want My Soul (2014) (320)
>It's Spoon, Rock, fucking Inside Out man...

yt: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IpT5SBg1Mmk

dl: https://mega.co.nz/#!cV92BJhQ!VB5sJ3ow_dPyibGb2L102XqbBrg5_F6RT0ft26Kl1vg
when I try to download it, it gives me an error. It's not the end of the world.
Eddie Lang - Jazz Guitar Virtuoso (1990) [320]
>swing, jazz guitar, compilation
>Eddie Lang (1902 – 1933) was an American jazz guitarist often considered to be the "Father of Jazz Guitar" and "The first truly significant guitarist in jazz, transforming it from a rhythm instrument into an effective solo voice", his playing would go on to directly influence such greats as Les Paul Joe Pass and Django Reinhardt, gentle swinging jazz music with pleasant chord progressions and smooth blues-influenced guitar leads, essential jazz guitar listening
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hmmmm i see...
i'm going to keep trying the link and if keeps acting up i can reupload it sometime
thanks for letting me know about it

Efzeg - Boogie (2002) [192]
>EAI, turntable music
>Austrian EAI group made up of Boris Hauf (saxophone, electronics) Billy Roisz (computer) Dieb13 (turntables, electronics) Martin Siewert (guitar, lap steel, electronics) and Burkhard Stangl (guitar), all work towards creating deeply abstracted silence-based electro-improvisations, texturally rich and fairly noisy, recorded live, under 600 listeners
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Anyone know where I can get the new S record, cool choices?

I preordered the CD but its not comign for ages. I've seen people scrobbling it
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anyone have:
kode9 vs LD - bad/ 2bad
t++ - wireless

in return, i can upload anything from my library, here's what i downloaded in the past ~30 days
Zeni Geva [Discography] 320
>Noise Rock, Sludge Metal, Japanese, Hardcore, Metal, Early 90s

holy shit, this is fantastic.

thank you based anon.
Is Mega fucking up for anyone else, I can't download on either of mu computer with different OS's?
you asshole mootkips, whenever you make one of these threads I download a fuckton then my hopes of ever clearing my backlog further converge to 0.
Can someone upload Dot-bubbles by Quarta330? Can't find it in the archive.
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anyone have anything from Bee Mask that isnt While We Were Eating Uripe Pears? Can't find anything else from him.
Also when did jazzthreadguy leave us?
mega seems to be having problems. a lot of links are going really slowly (like 3 kb/s) and pausing for a few minutes at a time.

Okay, so long as it's not me I'm getting shit speeds and lots of errors.
What's that song that has a choir of kids singing something like "bah-rah-bah" right after a trumpet has played the same tune? The singer sounds like Morrissey.
weird no problems here
Mega's finally uploading at a tolerable speed now so I can finally share again.

Washington Phillips - The Key to the Kingdom
>Gospel, Blues

Sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kHVCLYIg0Gg
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Elvin Jones / Jimmy Garrison Sextet - Illumination! (1964) [320]
>post-bop, avant-garde jazz
>great lineup of Sonny Simmons (alto saxophone, english horn) Charles Davis (baritone saxophone) Jimmy Garrison (bass) Prince Lasha (clarinet, flute) McCoy Tyner (piano) and Elvin Jones (drums), "the music ranges from advanced hard bop to freer sounds that still swing", everyone plays extremely well together but Jones sounds especially fantastic
; ^ )
its been acting up for me too
William Tyler - Behold The Spirit
>American Primitivism, very pretty

Sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLFkFbCTx8k
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>under 90 listeners
nothing so tasty has ever done so much to increase my indie cred.
thanks bro!
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Eri Chiemi & The Tokyo Cuban Boys - ??????? (1958) [127]
>"kay?kyoku is a style of Japanese popular music from the mid 1950s to the late 1980s...characterized by a slow-to-mid Jazz tempo with predominance on bass, sometimes leaning towards easy listening, the vocals are mellow and a resemble to the traditional voice of Minyou", charming Japanese folk songs played in a 'contemporary' swing mambo and vocal jazz style, Chiemi's voice is fantastic and tracks like 'Soma Bon Uta' go hard, sound quality isn't so great but this is the highest I've been able to find it in, under 200 listeners
Eskaton - 4 Visions (1981) [320]
>zeuhl, jazz-rock
>female fronted French language zeuhl, more accessible and stripped down than Magma, highly energetic medium length songs with a driving rhythm section, CD reissue with one bonus track
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Fong Naam - Siamese Classical Music Volume 1 - The Piphat Ensemble Before 1400 A.D. (1991) [V0]
>piphat, Siamese Classical Music, traditional folk, under 1k listeners
>piphat is "the most common form of Thai Classical Music, led by wind and percussion instruments, and with ensembles ranging from 6 to 10 instruments", Fong Naam were formed by composer Boonyong Ketkhong (soprano xylophone) and musicologist Bruce Gaston, "the ensemble was created with the purpose of performing established Thai classical music repertoire...", raspy woodwind noodling over gentle percussion, very soothing
no sample
Sounds awesome so far
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Frans Poptie and His Swing Specials - Swing Specialities No. 3 (1957) [V0]
>swing, gypsy jazz, EP
>Little known yet outstanding gypsy jazz outfit led by Dutch violinist Frans Poptie, this is the third and final EP they released, the playing is enthusiastic and very enjoyable, extremely short even by conventional EP standards but as a result there isn't a single dull moment, essential listening for fans of Stéphane Grappelli Django Reinhardt and the like, some alternate track listings on the internet show an additional song that did not come with my purchase but if I ever find a more complete version I will gladly upload it, under 150 listeners
cool, glad you like it
Suni McGrath - Cornflower Suite
>American Primitivism

Sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mkicy_vbJRM
/r/ing a 320 or FLAC link for Blue Bell Knoll
Fred Ji - Erhu (2005) [V0]
>traditional Chinese folk, erhu music, under 70 listeners

I can't even find proper album art for this release online so just take a picture of him

thanks for all the American Primitivism stuff by the way
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Fumie Hosokawa - The Best Hit & Heal + Clips ~Hosokawa Fumie Best Collection~ (2010) [320]
>synth pop, dance-pop, Shibuya-kei, J-pop, compilation
>loud as fuck Shibuya-kei influenced synth club pop with delightfully silly lyrics and strong choruses, music for parties and having fun, under 1k listeners
Gene Krupa & Buddy Rich - Krupa and Rich (1955) [V0]
>two of the all time great jazz drummers trading off on the same record, they play at the same time on the lengthy track 'Bernie's Tune', lots of great solos, other notable people in the lineup included Oscar Peterson (piano) Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet) and Ray Brown (bass)
Gloria Coates - Symphonies 1, 4 & 7 (1996) [192]
>contemporary classical, symphony, postminimalism
>Coates's music is noted for its use of tension and "...canonic structures and prominent, sometimes exclusive, glissandos", these works feel enormous, thick, and move at an excessively languid pace, excellently performed by Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks / Stuttgarter Philharmoniker / Wolf-Dieter Hauschild / Georg Schmöhe / Elgar Howarth
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Gor? Yamaguchi - A Bell Ringing in the Empty Sky (1969) [V0]
>Japanese folk music, Japanese classical music
>Gor? Yamaguchi is generally considered to be one of the greatest shakuhachi (traditional flute) players of recent times, in 1992 the Japanese government designated him a "National Living Treasure" for his talents and contributions towards preserving traditional folk music, this album in particular consists of two solo flute compositions, deeply soothing, apparently an excerpt from this recording was included on the Voyager Golden Record which was sent into space, under 2k listeners
GRIM - Folk Music (1986) [192]
>power electronics, industrial, noise with folk elements
>obscure one man rhythmic and at times melodic power electronics/industrial noise project of Jun Konagaya (of The Howling Of Himalaya and White Hospital), one of the main things that makes this project special are the folk influences, with some tracks sounding like they have been lifted straight from a forgotten psychedelic folk album, "It's where industrial, power electronics and noise meets nursery rhymes and nightmares", I've never heard anything quite like this and its really excellent stuff
>thanks for all the American Primitivism stuff by the way

no problem. I'm relatively new to the genre and I'm just picking out stuff that I liked so far. I'm thinking about doing a share thread in the next few days solely dedicated to Fahey because he has so much in his discography. Also I was that guy who asked for bands that were similar to Chakra the other day on last. fm. Thanks for recommending me Akiko Yano. "Japanese Girl" is brilliant.
bump for mootkips
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Grind Orchestra - SoWap (1995) [256]
>ex-Boredoms member Toyohito Yoshikawa poorly shouts/chants/raps over haywire electronics and layered tribal percussion, fairly unusual and irritating, I'm not even sure I like it but I can't say I've heard much else like it, ~400 listeners
Sounds like it would make for a good thread.
>Also I was that guy who asked for bands that were similar to Chakra the other day on last. fm. Thanks for recommending me Akiko Yano. "Japanese Girl" is brilliant.
Japanese Girl is a stone cold classic imo but unfortunately I find the majority of her other solo stuff to be disappointing. Glad you liked it though
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Gyedu Blay Ambolley - Simigwa (1975) [320]
>solid Ghanan highlife/Afro-funk band fronted by a budget James Brown, under 2k listeners
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Haco & Toshiya Tsunoda - TramVibration (2013) [320]
>field recordings
>Haco and Toshiya Tsunoda capture normally inaudible electromagnetic sounds during a round trip tramway ride in Osaka, Haco wielded her "stereo bugscope" (two inductive microphones) system, while Tsunoda recorded solid vibrations using a piezo-ceramic sensor and a stethoscope, occasionally you get to hear train noises such as the wheels gliding over the track and engine surges but these are generally muffled and not the focus of the recording, the sound itself consists mostly of various high pitched buzzing and rattling noises as well as some underpinning drones, edited down to a bit over thirty minutes by Taku Unami, much more information can be found at http://www.hacohaco.net/soundart/tram_vibrations.html, under 60 listeners
Thanks. This is why I love /mu/
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Sir Richard Bishop - While My Guitar Violently Bleeds
>American Primitivism, Free Folk,

Sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b7tnkgLu5_Q

>but unfortunately I find the majority of her other solo stuff to be disappointing

That's a shame. I'll give a few more of her albums a listen though.
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Helen Merrill - Helen Merrill With Clifford Brown (1954) [320]
>vocal jazz, Cool Jazz
>this 1954 release marks the debut of the young star vocalist Helen Merrill and trumpeter Clifford Brown and they prove to be an excellent team, the performances are all on point with Merrill Brown and Galbraith (guitar) being the obvious standouts, smooth and cool sounding, very solid arrangements provided by Quincy Jones
thank you
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Henri Chopin - Audiopoems 1956-1980 (1980) [128]
>sound poetry, tape music, electroacoustic
>Henri Chopin was a French avant-garde poet and musician known for his experimental sound poetry recordings, Chopin's "aesthetics included a deliberate cultivation of a barbarian approach in production, using raw or crude sound manipulations to explore the area between distortion and intelligibility. He avoided high-quality, professional recording machines, preferring to use very basic equipment and bricolage methods...", as a result the quality isn't as important with this release, under 2k listeners
Humbly /r/ing Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow

You backlog enabling motherfucker. Thanks for the shares.

Pls respond
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thanks mootykips.
one of these days soon I'm gonna upload all my favorite listens from the past couple years.
if anyone has requests, pic related.
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H?zan Yamamoto - Silver World (1977) [256]
>avant-garde jazz, Japanese traditional folk music
>H?zan Yamamoto was a world renowned shakuhachi (Japanese bamboo flute) player, on this recording he leads a jazz quartet, very 'western' sounding rhythmic framework that Yamamoto solos over, soothing, ~600 listeners
np youre welcome thank you
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Imai Kazuo Trio - Blood (2008) [V0]
>free improvisation, noise
>Imai Kazuo is a noisy free improv guitarist who studied and worked under Takehisa Kosugi (Taj Mahal Travellers) and Masayuki Takayanagi in the '70s, most of the guitar work is similar in tone and phrasing to something from Takayanagi's New Direction period, as for the other members "Atsuhiro plays an instrument of his own invention called an optron which uses a fluorescent light tube, and Suzuki Manabu is an electronics engineer who has recently begun playing his own creations", they tend to provide a disjointed noise framework for the guitar to solo over, under 20 listeners
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Imre Peemot - Dük ortuluktung ünü: The Sound of Wool Island (2005) [320]
>Tuvan throat singing, folk, ~150 listeners
Reporting in, I hate this shit
Intonarumori Orchestra - Intonarumori Orchestra (2004) [320]
>Intonarumori Orchestra is Atsuhiro Ito (Imai Kazuo Trio), Yoshihide Otomo, Sachiko M, Taku Sugimoto, Tetuzi Akiyama, and Toshimaru Nakamura, the music is performed on six replica intonarumori and recorded live at the Tama Art University Museum, for those of you who don't know an intonarumori was the "noise-generating device" constructed by Luigi Russolo for his noise music concerts of the early twentieth century, the music is sparse and mechanical in nature and mostly comprised of grinding and ticking noises, ~100 listeners
no sample
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Posted this yesterday, didn't get much attention.

>Memphis Rap, Cloud Rap, Instrumental shit.
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Jed Speare - Sound Works 1982-1987 (2008) [V0]
>musique concrète, electroacoustic, compilation
>two hour long collection of Speare's long form musique concrete compositions that were previously unreleased, the tape compositions are haunting and isolated in feeling and fairly 'industrial' sounding, despite being thirty years old these works sound fresh and exciting, the 'discovery' of this material is one of the better things to happen to the genre in recent years, under 200 listeners
no samples
I have Harsh 70's Reality but not Twelfth Spectacle
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Jerry Hunt - Song Drapes (1999) [V0]
>spoken word, electroacoustic
>Jerry Hunt was an American composer known for creating sound works with "live electronics partly controlled by his ritualistic performance techniques influenced by his interest in the occult", the instrumentals are plunky and twinkling and are paired with unusual and mildly unsettling vocalisations by Karen Finley Shelley Hirsch and Mike Patton, released post mortem
Suicideyear - Japan [2013] @ V0
>electronic, beats
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John Cage - Imaginary Landscapes (1996) [V0]
>indeterminacy, contemporary classical, plunderphonics, sound collage
>Imaginary Landscape is the title of several pieces written between 1939 and 1952, the compositions were written for such a wide variety of instruments as multiple turntables, frequency recordings, muted piano, amplified coil of wire, tin cans, oscillators, "magnetic tape recording of any 42 phonograph records", and perhaps most famously 24 people controlling 12 radios, these compositions and subsequent performances were extremely important to the development of electroacoustic music and are immensely engaging to listen to in their own right, performed by the Percussion Ensemble Directed By Jan Williams, this performance also features the length composition 'But What About The Noise... ?' that goes along the same lines as the other pieces
Jorge Ben - Força Bruta (1970) [320]
>samba rock, samba soul, MPB
>Jorge Ben again collaborates with backing band Trio Mocotó to create a masterful blend of samba rock and acoustic funk/soul, Força Bruta is an extremely even and consistent album, admittedly many of the songs sound fairly similar to one another but its not in any way a problem since the particular sound they've struck on this record is so endlessly enjoyable, so pulsating and percussive yet so gentle and relaxing, the songwriting and musicianship are incredibly effective, as a result its my favorite Jorge Ben Jor album I've heard so far, essential listening for anyone with even a passing interest in Brazilian music
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Peter Lang - The Thing at the Nursery Room Window
>American Primitivism

nice. I was missing some of his stuff.
Joseph Jarman - Song For (1966) [256]
>free jazz, avant garde jazz, spoken word
>Joseph Jarman is a talented saxophonist best known for being a prominent member of both the Art Ensemble of Chicago and The Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM), Song For is his debut album and features a great lineup of a young Fred Anderson, Charles Clark, Steve McCall and Christopher Gaddy, the playing is spirited and melodic yet not particularly rough or harsh, moments of abstract poetry readings over a slightly subdued rhythm section that help keep the recording varied and interesting inbetween solos, under 2k listeners
Juan Reynoso - El Paganini de la Tierra Caliente (1993) [320]
>son calentano, folk
>pleasing 'ethnic' violin soloing over busy folk rhythms, Reynoso's playing is passionate and a joy to listen to, ~2k listeners
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Kaija Saariaho - A Portrait of Kaija Saariaho (1985) [V0]
>contemporary classical, electronic, spectralism
>Kaija Saariaho is an acclaimed Finnish composer noted for her spectral compositions, this collection features excellent performances of some of her more well known works, the album starts off with her first ever orchestral piece Verblendungen, which is significant for its use of 'live electronic' electroacoustics, the resulting music is cold and jangling, Laconisme De L'Aile and NoaNoa are melancholic pieces for flute that bookend Sah Den Vögeln, which is another ambitious and lengthy piece with live electronic performance, however this time around the electronics take on a supportive role and as a result the piece feels far warmer than the others, makes for a good introduction to her work
Requesting Oberhofer 'Notalgia'. I asked for it last time and all I got was "get out of here shitposter" meme shit.

? Foliage ? - Singles (2014)

>Dream Pop, shoegaze, jangle pop, post-punk, british new-wave revival

Sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qdjy9u7p1kQ

Download: https://foliagemusic.bandcamp.com/releases
Do you know any other album like this?
Kalaparusha Maurice McIntyre - Humility in the Light of Creator (1969) [256]
>avant-garde jazz, spiritual jazz, free jazz
>Kalaparusha Maurice McIntyre was a free jazz tenor saxophonist and member of the AACM, the music featured on this record is a sort of unhinged free spiritual jazz filled with incoherent vocalizations and wild playing, dissonant but not particularly harsh sounding, recommended for fans of Pharoah Sanders, Art Ensemble Of Chicago and the like, ~900 listeners
get out of here shitposter
stop posting foliage
these are fucking excellent shares. more props to you mootykips.
>dat 69
why was '69 such an awesome year for music in general?

And here comes the memes.
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Karantamba - Ndigal (2012) [320]
>mbalax, mande folk music, afro-funk
>Karantamba was an Afro-funk group from Gambia that was active in the '80s that for some reason never released any of their recorded material until recently, band leader Bai Janha heavily involved in other bands that played similar types of music, the songs are are slick and groovy with bombastic percussion and high energy performances, very consistent record, recorded live, ~400 listeners
not even a little bit

>Anyone who likes Foliage is Foliage

great meme dude
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Kashmere Stage Band - Texas Thunder Soul: 1968 to 1974 (2006) [V0]
>funk, soul, jazz-funk, compilation, double album with both live and studio material
>"Kashmere High School is located in a predominantly black neighborhood known as Kashmere Gardens in Houston Texas, music teacher Conrad Johnson attended an Otis Redding concert in 1967 and was inspired to translate the style of the concert into a program he could sustain at the high school in order to create opportunities for his student musicians" despite their youth and relative inexperience they sound exceptional, the album is solid throughout but a bit long, funk for days
beats me but i'm not complaining
How do I use the archive?

What is it?

Help pls
Bumping hopefully

Use this link

type anything into the search box, say you're looking for an album ie: type "The Stone Roses Mega" or "The Stone Roses zippy" or "The Stone Roses download" etc. have fun
Kazuhisa Uchihashi - Guitar Solo (1994) [256]
>free improvisation
>Kazuhisa Uchihashi is a well established experimental rock guitarist best known for his work in the groups Altered States, Ground Zero, and the Shibusashirazu Orchestra, the music on this record consists mainly of heavily processed and layered solo noise guitar improvisations as well as a healthy amount of pedal abuse, ~500 listeners
no sample

I don't know what the correct album art is for this release for some reason, so take this pic instead.
Its linked in the op
search whatever you want + mega
for instance: "neutral milk hotel mega"
Kikuchi Momoko - Adventure (1986) [320]
>catchy synth pop, J-pop, city pop with a great '80s aesthetic, the kind of stuff vaporware channels
Rustie-Green Language
>Synth heavy electro, bordering on EDM with a killer Danny Brown feature
here, have this:


the whole bottom line concert is amazing, about an hour an a half of percussive and jazzy funk goodness - you can find it here:
Ko?ani Orkestar - Alone at My Wedding (2004) [192]
>balkan brass band, Romani folk music
>lively and robust gypsy dance folk that makes for a good time
When did he say that was Foliage? Foliage sucks anyways. Has a grand total of 2 songs, shouldn't be in a sharethread.
thanku so much
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L' Orchestre Kanaga de Mopti - L'Orchestre Kanaga de Mopti (1977) [224]
>West African Afro-funk rock, Mande music, somewhat lo-fi, ~800 listeners
cool, thanks
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Robbie Basho - The Voice of the Eagle (2001 Reissue)
>American Primitivism,
Apparently someone started a kickstarter for a Robbie Basho documentary also called Voice of the Eagle. Very excited for that.

Sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WT3iqK7A6sM

Looks like I'm all out of shares. Thanks for the great thread, Mootkips.
any k-pop?

He was implying it.
>2 songs
Les Sculpteurs de vinyl - Memory & Money (1997) [320]
>turntable music
>Les Sculpteurs de vinyl is Yoshihide Otomo, Sachiko M, DJ Rebel, DJ Sky, eRikm, Tom Cora, and Catherine Jauniaux, together they use their lineup of five turntables, a sampler, cello, and voice to create heavy and hectic improvised plunderphonics collages, some of the better turntable music I've ever heard, not a weak moment on the whole album, very explosive and diverse sounds, ~150 listeners
thanks again
How did he imply it? never called him Foliage, only called him a shitposter and told him to stop posting foliage.
Lichens - The Psychic Nature of Being (2005) [320]
>drone, free folk, ambient
>solo project of musician Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe, this release features three tracks "recorded as a one-time improvisation without overdubbing", he creates these heavily delayed wordless vocal looped drones which he uses as a foundation for his American Primitivism influenced guitar playing, the music is surprisingly melodic since "there are melodies and recurring motifs that sound much more like compositions than improvisations"
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Lionel Marchetti & Seijiro Murayama - Hatali Atsalei L'échange des yeux (2008) [V0]
>musique concrète, free improvisation, field recordings
>collaboration between electroacoustic and musique concrète composer and free improvisation percussionist Seijiro Murayama, the music is consistently unnerving, the songs are richly textured electroacoustic concrète pieces that are comprised of subtle and slowly changing progressions, features great wordless vocal performance throughout, ~300 listeners
Louis Moholo Octet - Spirits Rejoice! (1978) [256]
>South African avant-garde Jazz, Afro-jazz, free jazz, ~50 listeners
?????????? - Hawaii: Part II, Hawaii: Part II: Part ii, and Variations on a Cloud (2012) (FLAC)
>musical, indie rock, some hip-hop, not vaporwave as the cover may suggest
>This is a collection of all things related to Hawaii: Part II, an absolutely wonderful concept album. While it may be relatively easy to find Hawaii: Part II, the collection of instrumentals, outtakes, and demos known as Hawaii: Part II: Part ii is quite difficult to find. Also included is the bonus track included with preorders, Variations on a Cloud. If you haven't heard this album yet, you're really missing out.

Sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ELK1iYtAUDU

Download: https://mega.co.nz/#!59N2TABA!uLp33v4jpEfVeUgYksZDJTSDL43_E8GHJLJYGW6L_Kw
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Luciano Cilio - Dialoghi del presente (1977) [320]
>melancholic contemporary classical, post-minimalism, chamber music, music for being alone
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Manu Dibango - Soul Makossa (1972) [320]
>makossa, jazz-funk, jazz fusion
>loose upbeat jazz flavored dance funk from Cameroon, the title track was a fairly big international hit that was influential to the emerging disco scene
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>noise rock
>something from bandcamp ive been loving lately. really rad noise rock with high pitched female vocals that remind me of japanese female vocals. havent been able to get president garfield's spaghetti intestines out of my head
Marshall McLuhan - The Medium Is the Massage (1967) [320]
>sound collage, spoken word, satire
>surreal 'audiobook' collage that is essentially an audio recreation of McLuhan's book of the same name, "The book itself is...composed in an experimental collage style with text superimposed on visual elements...some pages are printed backwards and are meant to be read in a mirror, some are intentionally left blank, most contain photographs and images both modern and historic juxtaposed in startling ways...intended to make McLuhan's philosophy of media and communication, considered by some incomprehensible and esoteric, more accessible to a wider readership through the use of visual metaphor and sparse text", the audio is made up of heavily remixed lecturing frequently interrupted by library music, nonsensical psychedelic effects and eccentric spoken samples, a lot of fun to listen to, ~800 listeners
Masahiko Togashi - Guild for Human Music (1976) [320]
>free jazz, avant-garde jazz
>Masahiko Togashi was an acclaimed jazz percussionist and bandleader who was important in bringing and developing Japanese free jazz in the '60s, "In 1969 Togashi lost the use of his legs in an accident, but he developed a new drumkit and returned to playing eighteen months later", his new methods for playing the drums give his style a unique character to it, for the purposes of this recording Togashi surrounds himself with a mid-sized group of highly-skilled musicians that includes the likes of Masahiko Sato (piano/keys) Shigeo Suzuki (alto sax) Keiki Midorikawa (cello/bass) Masami Nakagawa (flute) and more, these highly improvised sessions tend to be fairly woodwind and percussion centric, free but never feels too meandering due to the tightness of the rhythm section keeping everything grounded, not harsh in the slightest, ~1k listeners
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Masami Shinoda - Tokyo Chin Don Vol.1 (1992) [192]
>chindon music
>alto saxophonist Masami Shinoda (Ground Zero, Compostela, Jagatara etc) releases two discs of chindon music including both studio and live recordings, chindon music is a traditional type of musical performance played to advertise the grand opening of a new shop, Masami Shinoda's modern interpretation sounds something like a fusion of street jazz and festival music, while I do find this enjoyable to listen two discs is admittedly a lot of this stuff especially since so much of it sounds so similar, under 80 listeners
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Materialschlacht - Kinderfreundlich / BKA (1979) [192]
>post-punk, noise rock, no wave, experimental rock, single
>female fronted lo-fi post-punk/no wave from Germany, heavily distorted and often unintelligible vocal shrieks laid on top spastic rhythmic punk jams, this is their only release, under 1k listeners
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Michael Siegel - The Sounds of the Junk Yard (1964) [V0]
>loud field recording of junk yards, literal industrial noises, ~50 listeners
no sample
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Micheline Coulombe Saint-Marcoux - Impulsion (2001) [256]
>electroacoustic, free improvisation, compilation
>posthumous collection of electroacoustic tape compositions arranged in chronological order, originally recorded between 1970 and '72, when compared to the 'big' names her music is noticeably more cold and crude in execution but not bad by any means, a sort of minimal metallic soundscapes, ~150 listeners
np, have another
MIMEO & John Tilbury - The Hands of Caravaggio (2002) [192]
>Music In Movement Electronic Orchestra or MIMEO is Phil Durrant (violin, electronics) Christian Fennesz (computer) Cor Fuhler (prepared piano, electronics, organ) Thomas Lehn (analogue synthesizer) Kaffe Matthews (computer, violin) Jérôme Noetinger (devices) Gert-Jan Prins (electronics, radio, devices, percussion) Peter Rehberg (computer) Keith Rowe (table-top guitar) Marcus Schmickler (computer, synthesizer) Rafael Toral (guitar, electronics) Markus Wettstein (percussive objects), John Tilbury is a British pianist closely associated to AMM and Cornelius Cardew's Scratch Orchestra, excellent assortment of abstracted textural collages focused around Tilbury's and Fuhler's paino playing, bustling, dense and deeply satisfying, under 1k listeners
no sample
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Mkwaju Ensemble - KI-Motion (1981) [320]
>minimalism, folk, ambient
>minimal percussion based music with especially strong use of vibraphones and marimbas, very jangly and 'tribal' feeling, under 300 listeners
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Music Now Ensemble 1969 - Silver Pyramid (2001) [256]
>free improvisation
>"an important archival recording of British experimental music...as it was comprised of acclaimed U.K. free improvisation pioneers AMM, activist and revolutionary composer Cornelius Cardew, and unnamed members who later comprised the legendary Scratch Orchestra...", this group could essentially be described as AMM + friends and that is more or less how it sounds, Keith Rowe's ever-present trademark tabletop guitar buzz is the foundation from which the dissonant string drones and carefully accented percussion builds upon, very restrained and calculated, recorded live in 1969, under 70 listeners
no sample
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Negativland - Helter Stupid (1989) [256]
>plunderphonics, experimental, spoken word, satire
>concept plunderphonics album about a hoax the band created linking their music to a murder case and the resulting media frenzy, "a beautiful mash-up of samples and music that carries a humorous yet topical message about the incompetence of the media", the brazen and creative samplework makes for interesting satire sound collages, surprisingly upbeat and danceable, essential plunderphonics listening
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Off-cells - 60/40 (2010) [224]
>Off-cells is Taku Unami (guitar) Utah Kawasaki (analog synthesizer) Takahiro Kawaguchi (misc objects) and Seijiro Murayama (percussion), sparse calculated electronic feedback occasionally punctuated by acoustic instrumentation, very mechanical and cold sounding, recorded live, under 70 listeners
u r inkredible i love it all
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Ono Gagaku Kai - Japon 3 Gagaku (1980) [V0]
>gagaku, Japanese Classical music, folk
>"A varied selection of ancient gagaku concert pieces and dance suites in a fantastic performance by Ono Gagaku Kai, one of the best private gagaku orchestras, contains the only (to my knowledge) available recording of the amazing Genjoraku, a dance suite accompanying a magnificent masked dance by the same name, highly recommended", under 100 listeners
thanks much
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Based Mootkips! Thanks!!!!
Anyone have the new Cold Specks album? Apparently it's on what.
Osipov State Russian Folk Orchestra - Balalaika Favorites (1962) [192]
>Russian folk music, classical
>excellent collection of Russian folk music played by a fairly large ensemble of "dormas, gooslis, Vladimir Shepherd's Horns, and, naturally, balalaikas", the record is noted for its sound quality clarity and large soundstage, the recording which was "recorded on 35 mm film on three channels...restored in super-audio three-channel digital, the disc sounds more realistic than ever, with the lead balalaika sitting in a chair to the listener's right and the lead goosli sitting in a chair on his/her left", some of the best produced and recorded folk music I've ever heard
youre welcome anon
Otis G. Johnson - Everything God is Love '78 (1978) [320]
>gospel, synth funk, minimal synth
>'outsider' lofi bedroom solo sytnh gospel, a collection of very samey sounding spirituals played on electric organ and cheap drum machines, ~1k listeners
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Yeah in here
anyone got Third Eye Blind - Blue? Already checked the archives. thanks in advance.
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P16. D4 - Kühe in ½ Trauer (1984) [320]
>industrial, sound collage
>P16.D4 was an experimental German electronic group that embraced elements of tape, musique concrète and industrial music, Kühe in ½ Trauer is an intense and dynamic release at times strikingly disorienting and eerily atmospheric at others, sounds like how the cover looks
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Panasist - Hoshizora No Panasist (1980) [320]
>funky minimal synth pop from Japan with catchy hooks and deliciously dated production, also noteworthy for what some may think of as 'proto-vaporwave' aesthetics, single, ~150 listeners
Pauline Oliveros - Primordial Lift (2000) [256]
>massive and surreal drone composition, "Pauline Oliveros' Primordial Lift (1998) structures the musicians' performances around a low frequency oscillator, a mirror to the resonate frequency of the earth in its acceleration from 7.8 to 13hz and beyond— at which point the magnetic fields of the earth pass through a zero point and a polar shift will occur. The performers play an abstract mass of guitar, violin, glass drones and accordion as the oscillator matches a steady, imperceptible shift in amplitude in step from 7.8hz through 13hz (Primordial) for the first 45 minutes, then plateaus for a further 30 (Lift)", notable performers include Tony Conrad (electric violin) David Grubbs (harmonium) and Oliveros herself (accordion/electronics/vocals), this is the first performance of this piece, recorded live at Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center and broken into two parts for release on CD
I been looking for "The Wire Tapper" albums since a long time, any chance you have any of those? also thanks for sharing this wonderful music, this is refreshing for the board
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Pink Anderson - Carolina Blues Man, Vol. 1 (1961) [256]
>acoustic blues, country blues, piedmont blues
>humble solo acoustic performances recorded towards the end of his life, Pinkney "Pink" Anderson was respected for his "...trademark style incorporates a combination of picking and strumming chords interchangeably", warm and homey, also Pink Floyd is partially named after him
afraid not anon. thanks btw
Primitive Calculators - Primitive Calculators (1982) [192]
>synth punk, post-punk, noise rock, live album
>Australian synth punk band that serves somewhat as a call to American groups like Suicide or the Screamers, the rough live nature of these recordings acts as the perfect supplement to their particular kind noise bombardment
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Raymond Scott - Manhattan Research Inc.: New Plastic Sounds and Electronic Abstractions (2000) [V0]
>electronic, space age pop, library music, spoken word, jingles, double album compilation
>creative early electronic music created in the '50s and '60s on synthesisers constructed by Scott and Bob Moog for film soundtracks commercials and for experimental reasons, the recordings are noteworthy for "Scott's early use of analog sequencers and FX techniques", very playful when compared to other experimental music of its type and time
Check this out niggas. Plz feedback and shit. His is my friend im technically his manager/ graphic designer.
Rev. Louis Overstreet - An Evening With Rev. Louis Overstreet (1962) [V0]
>Rev. Louis Overstreet equipped with an electric guitar and bass drum belts out some energetic bare-bones Rhythm & Blues influenced gospel music to his his congregation, great call and response work, under 2k listeners
Recing this hard
Rev. Pearly Brown - It's a Mean Old World to Try to Live In (2005) [V0]
>gospel, delta blues, country blues, spirituals, folk
>born blind and into a poor family in 1915, Brown quickly took to learning the guitar as a way to cope with hardships in his life, while influenced by the likes of Blind Willie Johnson, over time he developed his own style of blues gospel song with a heavy focus on his vocals and lyrics, briefly enjoyed a modest amount of fame during the folk/blues revival of the '60s before he retired, this album came to be due to a series of recording sessions at the end of his career, most of the songs are simple stripped down spirituals, ~200 listeners

Ryuichi Sakamoto - 1996 (1996) [V0]
>contemporary classical, chamber music, post-minimalism
>chamber music style reworkings of Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence and many of his other beloved compositions arranged for cello piano and violin, the playing is emotive and restrained, pleasant and neither too demanding nor challenging, unfortunately the album is rather 'front heavy' having most memorable moments within the first handful of tracks

Sam Cooke - Live at the Harlem Square Club, 1963 (1985) [V0]
>soul, southern Soul, an essential soul and live album
>Cooke at his best, an excellent setlist filled with classic songs that flow effortlessly into one another, the passion and positive energy oozing from this performance are immediately palpable, the great backing band and Cooke's expert interaction with the audience brings everything to a higher level, feel good music

trying to condense things a little bit please excuse
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Seikatsu Kojyo Iinkai - This Is Music Is This!? (1979) [192]
>avant-garde jazz, experimental big band
>Japanese jazz group featuring Umezu Kazutoki (bass clarinet, Japanese flute, sax) Masami Shinoda (Sax) Yoshida Tetsuji (Trumpet) Yasuda Shinji (Trumpet) Harada Yoriyuki (conga, piano, whistle) and Kameyama Kenichi (Drums) among many others, slick and well produced, excellent playing with the paino and saxophone being the clear standouts, under 200 listeners
Shibusashirazu - Shibuboshi (2004) [~224]
>experimental big band, jazz fusion
>formed in 1989 by bassist Daisuke Fuwa, the Shibusashirazu Orchestra is a Japanese fusion/experimental big band collective consisting of a rotating cast of ~thirty talented musicians dancers painters actors and more to create a unique high energy performance, blends "..rock, enka, Japanese pops, Latin, folk music, groove, and various forms of jazz" music, the dense and spirited nature of the performance often gets it compared to free jazz but I think it has too much apparent structure to be properly defined as such, recommended for fans of Otomo Yoshihide's jazz projects and rock groups like Rovo or Altered States, this album features a nice cover of Space Is the Place

Snuff - Untitled (2009) [320]
>really great power electronics double cassette from Finland, over an hour of what sounds like lofi recordings of broken washing machines and distorted vocal samples

Stretchheads - Five Fingers, Four Thingers, a Thumb, a Facelift and a New Identity (1988) [224]
>hardcore punk, noise rock, noisecore from Scotland
>twenty one short bursts of punk noise topped off with excellent vocal shrieks, under 2k listeners

STROM.ec - The Manual of Diagnosis (2005) [320]
>power electronics
>another power electronics group from Finland, satisfyingly noisy and distorted without being ear-piercingly loud, nice full textures, ~2k listeners
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Susan - Complete Susan (2005) [V0]
>synth pop, techno kayo, compilation
>Susan was a singer and entertainer based in Japan, this is a compilation of the two albums plus associated singles recorded from 1980 to 1983, her music is very typical of the popular technopop of the time featuring bouncy synthesisers and stiff drum machines, production mostly handled by Yukihiro Takahashi (YMO, Beatniks)

give us fucking utube samples when you post. im not gonna just download anything regardless of how good it looks.
Technical Space Composer's Crew - Canaxis 5 (1969) [V0]
>sound collage, musique concrète, tape music
>essentially a solo album by Holger Czukay recorded just a few months after forming seminal krautrock band Can, being one of Stockhausen's students Czukay was able to sneak in to his Electronic Music Studio after hours and record the whole thing in stolen studio time, the first track entitled 'Boat-Woman-Song' prominently and extensively features primitive tape manipulations and sampling of a traditional singing style typical of Vietnamese peasants, the two women vocalizing over choral loops and electronic soundscapes are immediately engaging, the rest of the album is a mix of proto-ambient drones and further tape experiments with ethnic music, this copy contains a few similarly styled short bonus tracks, ~500 listeners
Trío Aguilillas - Sones of Mexico (1950) [320]
>son jarocho, son huasteco
>traditional Mexican folk with influences from both Spanish and Indigenous music, played mainly with small guitar-like instruments but also harps occasional violins and a wealth of percussion instruments, the music is known for its "bold rhythmic structure" carefree lyrics and improvised nature , ~300 listeners
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The Gerogerigegege - Hotel Ultra (1994) [192]
>sound collage, noise, lounge
>two sided sound collage album from our favorite noise punks, "Original Hotel Ultra" is a hilarious mix of manipulated gay fetish porn audio featuring a disgruntled policeman and his suspect with cheesy lounge rock and miscellaneous sex grunts playing awkwardly on top, "Gay Hotel Ultra" opens by continuing the sex theme before being drowned out by various loud and distorted vintage samples and beats that eventually give way to piercing electronic squeals beneath rambling monologues, overall a very playful and interesting release that sounds nothing like some of their more famous releases
The Legendary Stardust Cowboy - Paralyzed / Who's Knocking on My Door (1968) [V0]
>proto punk, rockabilly, psychobilly, 'outsider', single
>some guy yelling and yodeling unintelligibly over some quasi-rockabily punk guitar with frantic rock drumming and an out of place horn solo, music that absolutely doesn't give a fuck, considered by some to be one of the worst recordings of its time
The Ornette Coleman Double Quartet - Free Jazz (1961) [V0]
>free jazz
>pioneering masterwork of the genre, as the title suggests this recording features two distinct all-star quartets improvising simultaneously for forty minutes, with one kept to the left channel and one to the right, Coleman (alto sax) Don Cherry (pocket trumpet) Scott LaFaro (bass) Billy Higgins (drums) on the left, and Eric Dolphy (bass clarinet) Freddie Hubbard (trumpet) Charlie Haden (bass) Ed Blackwell (drums) on the right, "the rhythm sections all play at once anchoring the whole improvisation with a steady driving pulse" while the soloists trade off in an improvised dialogue, I find the playing on this record far more more impressive and enjoyable than on his more well known 'The Shape of Jazz to Come' album so I would recommend this even if you did not like that album, essential (free) jazz listening
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The Pearl Sisters - Unpleasantly: The Anthology (1968) [192]
>garage rock, girl group, psychedelic rock/pop, compilation
>The Pearl Sisters were a vocal pop duo that got 'discovered' by legendary rock guitarist/songwriter Shin Jung-hyeon, this allowed them the opportunity to become frontwomen to an established psych garage pop band with great guitar playing, the recording quality and production value varies and can get pretty rough when they scream into the microphones, but the music itself is very enjoyable if you're into this sort of thing, ~400 listeners
Damn, you got my hopes up, I thought someone had finally found the first disc ;_;
The Skatalites - Ska-Boo-Da-Ba (1965) [320]
>early ska
>The Skatalites are widely acknowledged to be one of (if not the) seminal Jamaican ska band, these tracks were recorded for Justin Yap's Top Deck label, the production, sound quality and performances are all high points, some of the best ska I've come across, essential listening

The Tammys - Egyptian Shumba / What's So Sweet About Sweet Sixteen (1963) [256]
>girl group, brill building, single

The T.S.U. Toronadoes - And Now (1999) [192]
>funk, soul, compilation
>largely instrumental late '60s funk band most famous for being the backing band on Archie Bell & the Drells' hit 'Tighten up' (unfortunately not featured on this recording), formed at Texas Southern University (hence the name) in Houston, the group spent most of their time doing studio sessions and playing local gigs until things fell apart sometime in the '70s, all the band members sound great and they complement each other very well, this collection compiles their singles onto album format for the first time, under 300 listeners
The Quintet - Jazz at Massey Hall (1956) [320]
>celebrated live jazz performance featuring an extraordinary lineup of Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet) Charles Mingus (bass) Charlie Parker (alto sax) Bud Powell (piano) Max Roach (drums), "at the time of this concert each musician on Jazz at Massey Hall was considered to be the principle instrumental innovator within the bebop movement", and as expected everyone's playing is spectacularly lively especially on the more upbeat tracks like 'Salt Peanuts' and 'Wee', unfortunately the sound quality is less than optimal since the equipment used to capture the performance was substandard, occasional faded audience reactions and snippets of crudely edited banter/introductions between songs can be heard, despite any shortcomings it remains an essential jazz document, the album was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1995 and is considered by some to be "the greatest jazz concert ever"
Toru Takemitsu - Coral Island / Water Music / Vocalism Ai (1969) [320]
>contemporary classical music, tape music, musique concrète, vocal
>'Coral Island' is a dynamic and lush piece for soprano voice and orchestra with clear influences from both folk music and the Japanese concept of ma, the vocalist in particular does an excellent job, the work becomes increasingly abstract towards the end which helps provide some context for the final two short tape compositions, 'Water Music' is comprised of loops of water droplets and other processed recordings of water related sounds, 'Vocalism Ai' is based around heavily distorted vocal samples of people repeating the word 'ai' (love), fairly unsettling and in my opinion the stronger of the two tape experiments

Toru Takemitsu - In an Autumn Garden For Gagaku Orchestra (1983) [224]
>gagaku, traditional Japanese folk, court music
>"Gagaku is one of the oldest forms of Japanese Classical Music...It uses the pentatonic Yo scale and adopts an elegant sound that is typically solemn, slow-paced and resonant, Initially played with the gakuso and gakubiwa, Gagaku is usually performed by a medium-sized ensemble consisting of wind, string and percussion instruments, with the piercing flute sound of the hichiriki or the ryuteki playing the primary melody", Takemitsu's Japanese classical folk compositions are perhaps the best I have heard, in these pieces he manages to bring life to an ancient and stagnant genre, a good starting point for someone wanting to get into gagaku or other folk of this type, not to be confused with the compilation album of similar name
Toshiya Tsunoda - Extract From Field Recording Archive #3: Solid Vibration (2001) [320]
>field recordings, drone
>"minimal subsonic vibrations" recorded from various solid objects, this is the final piece in the Extract From Field Recording Archive series which was conceived as a “catalogue of physical vibration”, for those of us that want to hear the oscillations of metal fences or the microscopic movement of an asphalt road, the recordings are then edited into thick slow moving soundscape compositions
Various Artists - Baku: Symphony of Sirens. 74 Key Works of Music, Poetry & Agitprop, from the Russian Avantgardes 1908-1947 (2009) [V0]
>sound poetry, futurism, musique concrète, industrial, Speeches, poetry, double compilation album
>collection of carefully recreated and re-recorded Russian avant garde futurism and related compositions, the music ranges from choral sound poetry to industrial proto-musique concrète and political speeches, very forward thinking and ahead of its time, also includes some of the original recordings

Various Artists - Easy Tempo 1: A Cinematic Easy Listening Experience (1996) [192]
>funk, compilation, film soundtrack, compilations
>excellent collection of vintage Italian funk soundtracks, lots of fun
Various Artists - Electronic Panorama: Paris, Tokyo, Utrecht, Warszawa (1970) [V0]
>electroacoustic, musique concrète, tape music, four disc compilation album
>international collection of top notch musique concrète and tape experiments including some of the biggest names in the genre like Luc Ferrari, Bernard Parmegiani, Pierre Henry, and François Bayle as well as plenty of underrated talent

Various Artists - Girls in the Garage, Vol. 09 (1999) [V0]
>more '60s Asian girl garage rock/pop, compilation

Various Artists - PRES Revisited: Józef Patkowski In Memoriam (2010) [V0]
>musique concrète, electroacoustic, modern classical
no sample
Various Artists - Singapore A-Go-Go (2009) [V0]
>garage rock/pop, girl group, C-pop, Sublime Frequencies compilation
>saccharine upbeat vintage female fronted psychedelic Chinese pop recorded between 1963 and 1975, loads of fun

Various Artists - The Sounds of Sound Sculpture (1975) [320]
>minimal musique concrète, sound art, drone compilation featuring Harry Bertoia, Stephan von Huene, David Jacobs, Bernard Baschet and François Baschet
no sample

Wolfgang Dauner - Free Action (1967) [192]
>avant-garde jazz, free jazz
>Wolfgang Dauner is a German pianist/composer who is considered by many to be one of the most important figures in the development of the European jazz scene and "its emancipation from the restrains of the American Jazz tradition", on this recording the music alternates between accessible melodies and looser frameworks where structure is abandoned in favor of a more free form (but not particularly noisy) style, although Dauner is considered the bandleader his playing doesn't dominate the work of the other musicians
Xiang Sihua - Master of Chinese Traditional Music: Zheng (2005) [320]
>Yayue, Chinese traditional folk music
>"Literally translating as 'elegant music', Yayue is a form of Chinese Classical Music, which incorporates elements of early Chinese Folk Music and religious traditions, Yayue was originally used as imperial court music, and went on to notably influence other East Asian traditional styles, such as Gagaku (from Japan) and Nhã Nh?c (from Vietnam). Yayue uses a variety of string, wind and percussion instruments, including the Guqin (a seven-stringed zither), the dizi (a transverse bamboo flute), the Bianqing (stone tablets hit with a mallet) and the sheng (a free reed mouth organ)", the music is lovely and incredibly soothing, essential Chinese folk listening, 1k listeners

Yoshihide Otomo - Yoshihide Otomo Plays the Music of Takeo Yamashita (1999) [320]
>avant-garde jazz, pop, soundtracks
>Yoshihide rounds up an absurdly huge list of talented musicians including all of his New Jazz Quintet, Haco, Phew, Sachiko M, Michiyo Yagi, Tenko, Seiichi Yamamoto (Boredoms) as well as countless of his other semi-frequent collaborators and miscellaneous guest vocalists to play covers of Takeo Yamashita's classic television music, in typical Yoshihide convention the songs are frequently modified and experimented on but in a way that manages to come across as authentic most of the time
Yoshio Kimura - Wakai Saundo (1965) [192]
>eleki, surf rock
>slower paced instrumental Japanese surf pop/rock, very pleasant melodic and warm sounding guitar noodling, makes for good background music, ~200 listeners

Yosuke Yamashita Trio - Chiasma (1976) [320]
>free jazz
>bandleader Yosuke Yamashita, Akira Sakata (alto sax) and Takeo Moriyama (drums) play a brand of piano heavy free jazz inspired by Cecil Taylor and the European scene, recorded live, ~2k listners
so much great industrial/post-punk/synth punk/avant-garde jazz/fucking everything in this thread. Thanks, Mootkips
dubs don't lie
Mootkips stop I'm going to run out of memory in my hard drive
New Klezmer Trio - Masks and Faces
New Klezmer Trio - Melt Zonk Rewire
New Klezmer Trio - Short for Something
Yeti Rain - III; Stars Fall Darkly
Czes?aw Niemen - Aerolit
Patrick Gauthier - Bébé Godzilla

Sorry if I keep reposting; it's hard to find most of these.
Your Exotic Prince - Speak Up (????) [192]
>experimental big band, swing revival, spiritual jazz
>mysterious and little known jazz album, "nonstop caterwauling of horns accordion banjo...wah-wah guitar and drums...sound for all the world like a combination of Sun Ra’s Arkestra, the Preservation Hall Jazz Band and your local junior-high stage band rolled into one, even stranger are the bizarrely cut-off endings to each track, just as the songs are clearly coming to a close, the sound stops, mid-din, as if the tape just ran out on the four-track", ~90 listeners
no sample

Yuji Takahashi - Sonatas and Interludes for Prepared Piano (1985) [V0]
>contemporary classical, prepared piano, "supposed to be one of the reference sets of interpretations of Cage’s ‘Sonatas and Interludes’", the best performance of these works I've heard so far
note: the sample is not from the recording but it was the best I could do

Yximalloo - Techno Shrine Choir (1984) [V0]
>avant folk, tape music, tribal ambient
>prolific and mysterious left field Japanese avant folk 'band', "like a Japanese Jandek without the angst, like the Boredoms minus the bombast", under 2k listeners
no sample
okay i am done. i wish the file count was higher on this board. hope you guys find stuff you like
domo arigato
don't you have somehting more, you know, listenable? all these links have weird music, do you have something more poppy?
i shared lots of pop tho
Thanks, been trying to find this.
/r/ing divine styler- spiral walls containing autumns of light
yeah but i mean like REAL pop, you know like taylor swift, pharel williams, y'know
kikity kek m8
you should try pharel williams and taylor swift. I think you'll like them.
mootkips, how do you discover all this stuff?
Do you have How My Heart Sings! by any chance?
i get asked this all the time and i dont have some secret place i get everything from. i try to use as many sources as possible (blogs, youtube channels, friends, etc) but i also spend a lot of time checking out collaborations and va compilations. going through label catalougs is time consuming but you find the occasional gem.
i do not, sorry


fuck this cruel world that the niggers have taken over. i want to night cruise.
/pol/ bait comment.
pls do not respond
Is there any chance you could upload some Django Reinhardt? Thanks for all these great shares
This shit is a must download for anyone trying to dive deeper into folk/accoustic/singer-songwriter music.
based mootkips
Looking for 70's-90's twee anything by The Pastels, Talulah Gosh ,The wedding Present, Heavenly, The Field Mice

also looking for native american music, anything to learn about it would be nice
didn't mean to reply to myself lel
sorry didn't see you had finished. regardless, thanks for all this stuff mootkips.
I'm requesting Avey Tare's slasher flicks album enter the slasher house. For some reason the archives fail me


c'mon son
Requesting Friend Opportunity by Deerhoof. Nothing on the archive, Pirate Bay, kickass.to, and the one on soulseek doesn't have all the tracks.
Thank you mootkips. I usually dont post much, but you are fucking awesome. Just got a new car, and a new MP3 player for it, I'm well on my way to filling it with new music.
thanks everyone
There are some real gems in here, enjoying the shit out of this Aki Takahashi recording atm, never heard of her before.
Req anything from Svitlana Nianio.

Listen to her https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfXGf8aUrKc
do you go to uiuc? I saw them at my university too
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