Time for a good old fashioned sharethread. No theme, just share stuff you like.
As a heads-up, everything I share is in 320kbps unless I say otherwise, double checked. No bad transcodes.
I try to include it the posts, but I tend to forget.
THIS IS NOT A REQUEST THREAD. DON'T ASK FOR LINKS.
If you need to find an album, check the archive (https://archive.rebeccablacktech.com/mu/), rutracker or soulseek.
Bumps are more than welcome since OPs can't bump their own threads anymore. Shares are even better.
Accordion Tribe - Accordion Tribe
>Word, Instrumental. Weird vocals in some tracks. Pretty neat stuff and quite.
The La's - s/t
Originally uploaded by Crowfeathers but I doubt anyone aside from him saw the thread so here.
>Jangle Pop, Indie Rock
Also I just wanna throw in the words mega and mediafire for all of those who don't type in [album name] and then zip.
Austin Peralta - Endless Planets (320kbps)
>Jazz, instrumental. Great jazz record and a very accessible one at that. The saxophone playing is amazing. Sadly, Peralta died some time after its release.
BATS - Red Tooth & Claw (320kbps)
>Math-rock, post-hardcore. An infectious album that has songs about doing science experiments, other worlds and, huh, rapist exorcists? It's silly fun.
First post and I forgot to say the bitrate...
Be'lakor - Stone's Reach
>Melodeath with a bit of blues influence in some of the solos. Great vocals and pretty nice production. One of my favorite bands in the genre.
I'll share some brazilian albums that may or may not be classics here in brazil and that I think people getting into that stuff should listen to as it isn't the typical Bossa Nova/MPB stuff. Just let me fix something that's going with my internet connection here.
I can get behind that. Very good album.
anyone know where i can find abbey road???
Bill Evans & Jim Hall - Intermodulation
>Modular Jazz/elevator music. Just guitar and piano, nothing more. Extremely chill music. If you need something relaxing, get this.
Thanks for the bump though.
Black Widow - Black Widow (320kbps)
>Prog, 70's style. You like Black Sabbath? And Jethro Tull too? Then get this thing. It's like those bands made sweet musical love and spawned this demon. It's a conceptual album too. It tells the story of some dude summoning SATAN. It's fucking great.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lWAlvq9kJxk (link is in Spanish for some reason)
I forgot to say that Jim Hall died last year.
Bonobo - Animal Magic
>Downtempo classic, the first album by him. So smooth it's almost mushy. Link is my favorite track in it, because it's hella comfy. Classy music for classy gents ;^)
Darkside - Psychic (320kbps)
>Nicolas Jaar's and David Harrington's first attempt in their short-lived collaborative project. It's a very soothing blend of electronic with psych rock. But instead of trying to force the psych aesthetic with a plethora of effects it slowly works you into it. Great release.
David Maxim Micic - Bilo 3.0 (320kbps)
>Prog metal? Djent? Avant-garde? Whatever this is, it's a very good effort instrumentally. It's very colorful. A FAIR WARNING: the vocals aren't that great, but most of the instrumentals make up for it. A good chunk of it has this metal+Japanese theme in it, very nice.
Ponytail - Ice Cream Spiritual
>Math Rock, Noise Pop, Post-Hardcore
Daisuck & Prostitute - ??????????
>Noise Rock, No Wave, Post-Punk
Diamond Head - Lightning To The Nations (320kbps)
>NWOBHM. Proto-WHOOOAAAAAAA/Post-YEEAAAAAAHHHH. You ready to RAWK kid? Well then, you better be because this is one of the best releases in the genre. It has an excellent muddy/beefy guitar tone, good verity and a track that's about fellatio. An interesting fact: Am I evil?, a track that Metallica loves to play live, is actually a cover. It's a Diamond Head song. Get this.
Yer welcome anons.
That's muh connection. Uploading all of this took ages.
dl'd, pure shite, baleted.
Dragon Blue - Hades Park
>Avant-Prog, Turntable Music
Otomo Yoshihide on turntables, along with Tenko, Tsuneo Imahori, Hideki Kat? and Akira Sotoyama.
Dvouleta Fama - Studio 1983
>Avant-Prog, New Wave, No Wave, Zolo
Holy Ghost - Holy Ghost (320kbps)
>Synth pop. You'll have this stuck in your head for days. I like to call it gay-club pop (no homo).
Intestine Baalism - Banquet In The Darkness (320kbps)
>Melodeath from Japan. The guy sings in English, but I have no idea of what the fuck is he saying. But that isn't a problem since the songs are great. The tone is fantastic.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MysAqzKxFM8 (youtube links have terribad quality for some reason)
No problem anon.
Water Melon Group - Cool Music 
>Lounge, New Wave, Exotica
Jethro Tull - Aqualung (320kbps)
>Prog rock. Great introduction to the genre. Tull always had a silly/snarky attitude that makes their albums really enjoyable. This isn't the shitty remaster. Avoid that one like the plague.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u1xY7Heaqg8 <-- /a/ pedos resumed in one song
Don't take it seriously anime neets. Love u.
Embrace - Embrace
Geza X - You Goddam Kids!
Art Punk, Post-Punk, Zolo
Jon Anderson - Olias Of Sunhillow
>Prog rock. For those who don't know, Anderson was the singer in Yes. By far the silliest member in the band, Jon filled this album with flying boats, elves and magic themes. Grab this, highly recommended.
It trows jabs at everything, but it was meant to piss the press that thought Aqualung was a concept album.
The Sweet Boys - II (320kbps)
>Lush rock, Ambient, Synth, Progressive Pop
Kayo Dot - Hubardo
>I'm not sure how to describe this, so I'll just throw the "avant-garde metal" label on it. Very dense, quite long. Requires a special mindset and several listens, but it's very rewarding. The first track might throw you off, but stay with it. If you want a challenge, be sure to check this out.
Novos Baianos - Acabou Chorare (320kbps)
>Samba-rock (invented the genre, actually), samba, psychedelic rock, soft rock
For some reason I see this being compared to "the brazilian Pet Sounds". It was very innovative indeed, but I don't see it. Still absolutely great. Pepeu Gomes is a great guitarist and Baby Consuelo delivers some great vocal tracks like A Menina Dança.
Aunt Sally - Aunt Sally
>Art Rock, Post-Punk
Phew on vocals
Killer Mike - R.A.P. Music (320kbps)
>Hard-core rap. EL-P made the beats, so you know it's good stuff. Listen to this and prepare for the second RTJ album.
P.T.A'S - New Songs
Melt-Banana - Fetch
>Noise Rock. Catchy, accessible but still great. It was very popular here for some months.
I included this and some other albums (like >>49274311 for example) because the archive is full of poor transcodes. They are still good though.
Kyoko Mimura - Mikenekoiro No Kemuri Wo Haite Anata Ha Kurasu Kedo Watashi Ha Mayonakasugi No Tuki No Aosa No Youna Aji No Coffie Wo Ippai
The State Lottery - Cities We're Not From
>We're a punk band, but we're loose constructionists.
MushroomWavved Collar - Welcome Home (320kbps)
>Witch House/plunderphonics. Eerie music, like most of the stuff in the genre. But this has a cozy feel to it. It's like the sensation you get when you are sitting in your home alone at night and it's raining outside.
I can't find any tracks in youtube. This is the only one I could find from the artist, sorry anons.
Uncle outrage- chinchilla album
>those blowjob eyes
Okami - Original Soundtrack (320kbps)
>Japanese folk. Sometimes electronics come into the mix. I don't care if it's videogame OST, and you shouldn't either. It feels like it's narrating a story, regardless if you have played the game or not. Excellent Shamisen tunes for all to enjoy.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1XqZFqVbtns (dat first shout. hnnng)
This one's pretty long, 4 discs (!). I didn't include the effects CD to make it a bit smaller. If you want it the whole thing is on rutracker.
Ozric Tentacles - Jurassic Shift (320kbps)
>Progressive Rock/Space Rock. Instrumental. Very varied, regardless of which track I select it won't make it justice. Like all Ozric Tentacles albums the cover is fucking ugly, but give it a chance, you won't regret it.
Be sure to read the OP next time.
shels - Plains of the Purple Buffalo (320kbps)
>Post-rock. The best way to describe it is to say that it sounds exactly like the cover.
Leonid Fedorov - Purple Day
>Avant-Folk, Musique concrete
Meso Meso - Spoon
>Art Pop, Folktronica
Silversun Pickups - Carnavas
>indeh rakw/alternative rock/umbrella-genres wave/thevocalistisn'tagirlholyshitIfeelgay-core. What can I say? It gives me nostalgic feels.
susan balmar - PALCNA (320kbps)
>Plunderphonics/glitch. Great release. He/she/it has most of his/her/whatever releases free on bandcamp. I uploaded this to mega in case the artist decides to stop giving music for free.
As with most bandcamp artists I can't find any album tracks on youtube, sorry guys.
Sweet Trip - Velocity Design Comfort.
>Glitch pop/noise pop with some slight shoegaze influence in some tracks. Uploaded for the same reasons as Melt Banana. Get it if you don't have it.
Seems to work for me anon. Try again, maybe? Mega can be a bit fuzzy sometimes.
The Souljazz Orchestra - Manifesto (320kbps)
>Afrobeat. Fun, bouncy music. It has a very heavy South American feel to it. Strangely enough the band is from Canada. Get it and feel patrish while you shake your butt.
[YouTube] Souljazz Orchestra - Kapital (embed)
Theater of the Absurd - The Myth of Sisyphus (320kbps)
>Progressive Metal/ Flamboyant vocals-core. A pretty good effort in the genre. The band was careful enough to put a leash on the guitarist's neck so that he only contributes when needed. This means that, while technical, there's little tiring guitar wank (for this genre, at least).
Ok, got it this time. Sorry guys.
Meso Meso - Mitten
>Art Pop, Folktronica
This Town Needs Guns - 126.96.36.199.0.7z
>Math-rock with some emo influences. For an album in this genre it has very sad lyrics. Different singer. The band didn't managed to gather enough interest around it, which is a shame because the album is really good for what it's worth.
Anyone got this album in 320kbps?
Twilight Force - Tales Of Ancient Prophecies (320kbps)
>Power Metal with great vocals. I normally hate this genre. But this fucking thing. I love it. Extremely cheesy and yet I can't stop myself from returning to it. It's short so it isn't tiring. LISTEN TO THIS.
No problem anon. Glad you downloaded stuff.
Please read the OP.
Ok guys, I'll take a break to eat. Please try to keep the thread up and I'll come back to share more stuff.
I love you /mu/dkips
Virginia Astley - From Gardens Where We Feel Secure
>Ambient, New Age, utilizes Nature Recordings in some parts
So far I grabbed these - good stuff. Thanks for all of those interesting shares.
Highly recommended, this is among my favorite albums. Don't download if you hate being happy.
Yoon Youn Sun - Wing of Peace
>Psychedelic Folk, Psychedelic Pop
Glad you enjoyed them.
Yozoh - My Name Is Yozoh
>Indie Pop, Indie Folk
TK from ?????? - unravel
>japanese, indie, alternative, j-rock, anime
Tolerance - Divin
>Industrial, Minimal Synth
Ni Hao! - Gorgeous
>Experimental Rock, J-Pop
Time for more shares.
Thanks a lot for keeping the thread up people.
Thanks a lot for sharing y3. I really appreciate it.
Don't spoonfeed anon, that's why they keep doing it.
Really appreciate all the shares you're making. <3
Charles Mingus - Let my Children Hear Music
>Jazz with an occasional classical aesthetic. My favorite by him. It has a very "New York" like sound.
No problem anon. It is a pleasure.
Strawberry Girls - Italian Ghosts
>Math rock/Instrumental. Snappy, quick and fun album.
Toumani Diabaté's Symmetric Orchestra
>World music/Mande Music. Diabaté is a Kora player and in this album he joins with a plethora of musicians to make one of the most unique and diverse world albums you'll find.
This song was featured in Little Big Planet actually. That game has a pretty good OST.
Susanne Sundfor - The Silicone Veil.7z 102.5 MB
>Art pop. It has a chilly vibe to it. The ideal winter album. Highly recommended.
Still one of my favorite bands. First band I ever went to a concert to also.
MERMORT sounds film - Harewataru Zetsuboo To Patosu (320kbps)
>Post-rock from Japan. Piano focused and with a bit of noise influences.
Omega - Gammapolis (320kbps)
>Poppy Progressive Rock from Hungary. Great production. They are more on the "less is more" side of prog.
I remember listening to that album a lot some years back. Dark-ish dance music, I liked it.
Kiss The Anus Of A Black Cat - Hewers Of Wood And Drawers Of Water (320kbps)
>Neo-Folk without fascist carp. Ignore the edgy name, it's misleading. This is some of the most moody, dark and haunting Folk music you can find.
I personally recommend this one a lot.
Father John Misty - Fear Fun (320kbps)
>Psych-Folk/Singer-songwriter. This guy used to be one of Fleet Foxes' guitarists. The guy loves comedy, so there's lots of humor flying around. Gives the sensation of being in Hollywood's Spaghetti-wester era.
I love it anon, but I think the restrain makes the album better in a sense.
Really? That's great news.
Margot & the Nuclear So So's - The Dust of Retreat (320kbps)
>Indie Pop/Chamber pop for angsty teenagers. Recommended for Death Cab for Cutie fans.
Vektor - Outer Isolation
>Thrash Metal/Prog Metal with insane vocals and ridiculously fast playing. Highly recommended for meal fans.
Glasser - Ring (320kbps)
>Art pop/Female vocalist. My only 5/5 ever. Varied and inventive. It feels like a journey through some beautiful post-apocalyptic jungle.
I'm obviously a disgusting fanboy for this one.
Everyone of my shares is in 320kbps, but I tend to forget to include it in the post. That's why I specified it in the OP.
Glad you like it anon.
The Sword - Warp Riders (320kbps)
>Heavy Metal with a bit of stoner thrown in. Conceptual album about flying through space killing witches and space time-lords. It's great.
This cover is amazing. Looks like an ass pooping though.
Give that track a listen. You'll change your mind.
No problem anon.
>tfw you'll never see her live
The Souljazz Orchestra - Rising Sun
>Afrobeat. My favorite by them and one of my top 5 albums. Great playing, specially the saxophones (they use 3). No electric instruments used whatsoever.
Glad you enjoyed it anon.
Be'lakor - Of Breath and Bone (320kbps)
>Melodic Death Metal. My favorite by them. If you never managed to get into growl or guttural vocals give this a listen.
Two times actually, they played two songs by them. But I get what you mean.
Wolf Parade - At Mount Zoomer
>"Indie Rock" from Canada. Collaborative project between Dan Boeckner and Spencer Krug (plus others), they take tuns on vocals.
Gentle Giant - The Power and the Glory
>Progressive Rock. The band's approach to prog is a very poppy one, full with bouncy instrumentals. The most varied of the main 70's prog bands.
Sorry for the delay, I just discovered that an album I uploaded has the tracks switched.
I've been listening to it wrong for months apparently.
It's a very good album though.
No problem anon.
Thanks, man. This track reminds me a lot of Ott's work. I apologize that I don't have a link to offer.
great shares, OP! I loved these
Kid from Toronto, first ever attempt at rapping. It's short, and the lyrics are throwaway, but I basically wanted to see where my technical ability was at. Thoughts? Tips? Is it worth pursuing?
Holly Herndon - Movement
>weird experimental noise/sampling, basically a female 0PN
can anyone share this?
Various Artists - Secretions (1988)
Exuma - Exuma I
>World Music/Freak Folk. This album is a must for everyone. Nothing I say will do it justice. One of the most unique listening experiences you'll ever have.
anyone know what most colleges generally can and cannot catch as for as pirating goes?
I imagine torrents and p2p like soulseek is too obvious, but are direct downloads usually safe?
experiences, advice, take a shit, whatever.>>49279935 I recommend this tho
This is sounding pretty great 45 seconds in. I'll give it a shot. Thanks.
Summer Fades Away - We Meet the Last Time,Then Departure
>Post-rock from China. Noisy and Fuzzy in general, but quite soothing. Purely instrumental. Sounds live 2nd wave for the most part.
Torrents aren't safe, but ddls are fine.
No problem anon.
Do American universities act as their own ISPs or something? In the UK I've never heard of or personally had issues with websites being blocked etc. Pretty much all student accommodation internet is provided by small, student only ISPs that know we're all poor and don't give a shit what we download.
Mine has campus wide wifi which I imagine they are a bit concerned with receiving piracy notices for. Luckily here you get a $50 fine each time they catch you, I've heard of other colleges that'll kick you out.
Goat - World Music (320kbps)
>Psychedelic Rock. There's very little "World" in it, but it's still great. I love the way the vocals are delivered.
Actually in dorms at my uni (UK) they can track you downloading music or films (mostly torrents I believe), they get a picture of your face and the room you're in and they can cut you off if they choose. Luckily I'm living in a shared house instead
Pallbearer - Sorrow And Extinction (320kbps)
>Doom Metal. Slow and gloomy music. Their newest album is out too, and you should definitely listen to both.
Some instrumentals, but the album is more psych than anything in my opinion.
Still great though.
What the fuck anon. That shit is creepy.
But how could they get a picture of you and what room you're in?
They have people monitoring downloads and uploads, I guess the picture comes from a database of some sort (we have ID cards with our photos on, I'm guessing it'd be the same photo)
Ahab - The Call of The Wretched Sea (320kbps)
>Doom Metal. The superior whale-core album. Like Mastodon's Leviathan it's based on Melville's novel.
If you log in to the school's site they can know who you are easily enough.
Okami bros 4 life.
Mouse On the Keys - An Anxious Object (320kbps)
>Jazz with a bit of math influence. Japanese. The drummer and pianist are amazing.
They don't work like that anon. Go read the sticky. Personal projects go in the soundcloud threads.
I don't want to sound like a dick, but how new are you?
Gentle Giant - Acquiring The Taste (320kbps)
>Progressive Rock. My all-time favorite Gentle Giant album. This is one of the most inventive albums in the genre. Almost a 5/5. Almost.
Alright guys, I'll call it a day.
I hope all of you enjoyed the shares and the thread stays up long so that other anons see it.
You're all good people /mu/.
In my experience a good sharethread needs a decent mix of loved and unknown records. Ones make people glad to see them and others spur interest.
I have a few albums to share.
Hawd Gankstuh Rappuhs MC's Wid Ghatz - 2 Hype 2 Wype (192kbps)
>Comedy Rap, Gangsta Rap
>"NWA crossed with the Butthole Surfers".
Triple 6 Mafia - Smoked Out Loced Out (192kbps)
>Memphis Rap, Southern Hip Hop
>"so staticy and weird and sludgy and stoned and repetitive and fucking absurdly cool that it's basically an honorary screwtape."
The Residents - The Beatles Play The Residents & The Residents Play The Beatles (320kbps)
>Plunderphonics, Experimental Rock, Mashup
>"Great, groundbreaking work by the Residents from the "Third Reich and Roll" era."
KING - Ghola
>Experimental Black Metal from Australia, released earlier this year. Heavy psychedelic influence with use of analogue synthesizers and drumming is atypical, blast beats are a rarity. Chaotic lead bass pushes through the static wave of guitar that spreads across the tracks. Very raw, almost a live recording.
PrismCorp Virtual Enterprises - ClearSkies™ (320kbps)
>Vaporwave, Synth Funk, New Age, Wii Soundtrack Shit
>"Both albums in the PrismCorp series each focus on two things, both related to the virtual world seeping into real life."
pls respond this question
Also, sharing this pleb song I really like:
Seaside Lovers - Memories In Beach House (320kbps)
>City Pop, Exotica, Lounge, Synth Funk
>"this needs to be sampled in some vaporwave right now."
Alvin Band - Lady Portrait / Mantis Preying EPs
>psychadelic-pop, freak folk, indy electronic
>i am bad with genres, like animal collective but more upbeat, exciting
both EP's in one download
>What's that song with a trumpet that does something like "pah-rah-paaah"
>sharethread - sharethread - sharethread
>Crack the Skye
>Russian Circles - Empros - Post-Rock/Metal
>Sólstafir - Masterpiece of Bitterness - Psychedelic Post-Metal
Wolvserpent - Gathering Strengths / Blood Seed
Worm Ouroboros - Worm Ourorboros
Toe - S/T
Tokyo Shoegazer – Crystallize
Tom Waits - Blood Money
Tom Waits - Nighthawks At The Diner
The Mars Volta - De-Loused in the Comatorium
Tegan & Sara - The Con
Sunn O))) & Boris - Altar
Sunn O))) - monoliths & dimensions
Sunn O))) - White 1 and White 2
My Bloody Valentine - m b v
?????? (Uchuu Conbini) - First two Mini Albums and EP
>Japanese Math-Rock, twinkly, female vocals
>Something of a female fronted, Japanese American Football/TTNG
I'm back after a short nap.
I'll try to upload more stuff, but I can't promise anything. My internet is really slow.
You agree or disagree?
I don't get your post anon. I suppose you like them too, but I'm not sure.
Thanks for the compliment man. That share wasn't mine though.
FUCKING FOUND IT
I knew the guy wasn't Morrissey but he sounds like it was him if he had a cold or something like that.
>tfw googled it in English everywhere instead of looking for it in my own language
>upload failed, retrying
>upload failed, retrying
>remaining time: 25 minutes
Ohhhhh. Maybe it's because that's isn't my favorite by them. >>49280925 however...
does anybody know where i can get this? all i'm finding is dead torrents and removed files
>Meditations in an Emergency
>Stop (Don't Push the Button)
>Can You Feel the Thunder
>not best winter-core
The Brothel is great too, though.
Read the OP.
Aram Bajakian - There Were Flowers Also in Hell (V0)
>Blues Rock mixed with Post-Rock to spice things up. Plenty of experimentation and different moods throughout.
Why V0? Because I haven't been able to find it in another format. Not that you'll notice differences between this and 320kbps though.
One last share.
Travelling - Voici La Nuit Tombee (320kbps)
>Progressive Rock, Canterbury Scene. The only album to come out of this French outfit, Voici La Nuit Tombee is centered around piano. Recommended for people looking for a more streamlined kind of prog. It's a grower, I recommend listening to it at least two or three times.
That thing is annoying hell. So bad that it deserved the warning.
The rest of the album is pretty good though, give it a chance.
Butterfly Fairweather - Halvin' My Baby (1989)
>Joe Jack Talcum of Dead Milkmen, singer/songwriter, Neofolk without the nazi stuff
JAH WOBBLE, JAKI LIEBEZEIT, HOLGER CZUKAY - How Much Are They?(1981)
>If you don't already have a semi-chub at the thought of these three together get the fuck off mu right now
Z-Rock Hawaii - Z-Rock Hawaii(1996)
>colab between members of Ween and Boredoms, noiserock with a sense of fun
Ciccone Youth - The Whitey Album (1988)
>Sonic Youth + Mike Watt's tribute to Madonna, exactly as snarky as you think/hope it will be
Matching Mole - Matching Mole (1972)
>short-lived Cantebury act founded by (surprise, surprise) Robert Wyatt, psych, prog
and some non-english shit for y'all
Marquis De Sade - Dantzig Twist (1979)
>France, punk, New Wave
Vágtázó Halottkémek - A Világösztön Kiugrasztása / Jumping Out The World - Instinct
>hungarian, psych, noise rock, Alternative Tentacles
Plastic People of the Universe - Egon Bondy's Happy Hearts Club Banned (Czechoslovakia)
>Avant-garde, psych, recorded 1974
Magma - Mekanik Destruktiw Kommandoh
>France, zeuhl, prog, youshouldalreadyhavethis-core
???? - ????
>Russian, progressive rock, folk
Univers Zéro - Univers Zéro (Belgian)
>Rock In Opposition, need I say more?
Svart Framtid - 1984 EP (1984)
>Norwegian, Punk, Hardcore
Igor Wakhévitch – Hathor (1973)
>France, experimental, electronic
The Gerogerigegege - Tokyo Anal Dynamite (1990)
>Japan, 17 grindcore bands falling down a flight of stairs for 40 minutes, essential noise
Paysage d'Hiver - Einsamkeit
Nuse With Wound - Salt Marie Celeste
Current 93 - I Have A Special Plan For This World
The Caretaker - Selected Memories From the Haunted Ballroom
Naked City - Absinthe
Walter Wegmüller - Tarot (Kosmiche Musik, 1973)
>God-tier Spacerock/krautrock, listentohowfuckingjammythissampleisandtellmeitdoesn'tknockAshaRaTempeloutofthewater-core
I mean look at that cover, that is the moustache of a man who just won't quit.
Does anyone have Ritualz - CDR
i will try to fill any requests in return
I've been digging Dragonforce's take on "Ring of Fire" by Johnny Cash off their new record that dropepd this week.
Lifeformed - Fastfall
>electronic, vidya, pretty chill
Joanna Newsom Discography
Walnut Whales EP
>early recordings, kinda amateurish but super cute :3
Yarn and Glue EP
>same as above, has a bunch of songs that ended up on Milk-Eyed Mender
The Milk-Eyed Mender
>her first studio album,a bunch of short folk songs played inda amateurishly on harp and that thing with white and black push levers
>easily her most acclaimed album, and possibly the one I masturbate the most to, long, sweeping songs with beautiful string accompaniment and absolutely flawless songwriting and pacing. Also, the string arrangements were composed by a dyke.
Joanna Newsom and the Ys Street Band EP
>often overlooked, her and some gays, has a longer version of Cosmia, one of the songs off of Ys, a new song called Colleen, and another version of the last song on Milk-Eyed Mender
Have One on Me ( NOW IN SHIMMERING 320 KBPS!!!!!)
>triple album full of beautiful pop songs that focus on linear progression instead of verse chorus verse. Absolutely gorgeous accompaniment, with both amazing strings and some of the best percussion, in my opinion, of any album ever in the entire whole wide world spanning the existence of mankind. Continues Ys's tradition of impeccable songwriting and pacing. Easily album of the decade so far, not a single weak song for the its entire 2-hours you'll be sleeping.
?????? ????? - ????? ?????? ? ???????
>siberian jangle-pop, post-punk
Daycare Riot - War Never Changes
>Alternative electronic-ish, weird drums and ambient stuff about war
Poets of the Fall - Daze
It's interesting how nobody knows them here.
I'm not requesting links, rather recommendations.
I'm looking for some hard bop jazz.
Squeaky brass instruments is fine by me.
Something like the album in the pic.
This is the guy who got me into music, where I became a true fan of somebody.
I think Waylon Jennings is terribly underrated. Everyone Know Willie and Cash but never Waylon.
If you like country give him a shot.
Andrew Jackson Jihad - Discography
>folk punk, acoustic, indie rock, w/e, all albums and splits and EPs (minus Christmas Island)