Let's get a sharethread going on, it's one of the most worthwhile things to do when people collaborate. Posting a DL link to a recent discovery of mine. I purchased this CD on a month-long trip to China.
Zhaoze (沼澤) - Yond (遠)  @ V0
>Chinese post-rock, traditional instrumentation, very atmospheric and relaxed
Long Fin Killie - Houdini
>experimental, indie, shoegazy
Steffen Basho-Junghans - In the Morning Twilight
Rien - Requiem pour des baroqueux
>post rock, experimental, ambient, french
Robbie Basho - Visions Of The Country
>American Primitivism, very emotive and visual, one of my favourite albums
requesting any sad lo-fi similar to teen suicide, matthew lee cothran, elvis depressedly, hunting hat
thanks, trying to get this going
Right Away, Great Captain!
>Folk, very calm, a concept album telling the story of a man who is betrayed by his wife and he sails to the sea, beautiful lyricism
requesting good organ music
anything with organs is ok
White Coyote - S/T
>folk, noise rock, punk, post-hardcore
Anchor 3 - Nervous
Slum Ass Young - Rind Core
Slum Ass Young - Moves
Fürsöna - U Ain't Hard Bröe
>hardcore, noise rock
Guthrie & White Coyote - Visiting
>experimental, noise rock, folk
PJ Harvey - Is This Desire?
The Animals - The Animals
The Animals - Animal Tracks
Whoops, forgot to add the name of the previous album
Right Away, Great Captain! - The Church of the Good Thief
>Very similar style, there are actually a series following "The Bitter End", the quoted album above, but this is the only other album that i have
Artist's bancamp: http://rightawaygreatcaptain.bandcamp.com/
Listen to the Rien album I posted
Mort Garson - Plantasia
i'll copy a few descriptions from the archive
>Plantcore. Instrumental Moog music created for the purpose of playing it for your plants to make them happier and healthier. It's fucking weird and great.
>Plantasia is dreamy 70's Moog synth music, ostensibly recorded for the purposes of playing the music for your plants so they grow happy and healthy. It kind of feels like listening to something you really shouldn't be listening to, like a cult tape.
>I believe this album was intended as a muzak record for plants. Turns out it also sounds nice to human ears. It makes me reminisce about old computer games, like Keen or Jetpack. Archive shows that there are some people on here who enjoy it as I do. There must be more people out there who find Plantasia to be terrific.
'O' Rang - Herd of Instinct
>post-rock, experimental, percussive, progressive, really interesting
I am not sure about your specifications, but I'll post a couple of slowcore moody albums I enjoy
Low - I Could Live in Hope
>slowcore, feel-core, progressive, very moody but not necessarily depressing
Low - Songs For a Dead Pilot
>very similar but much more progressive, ethereal, low-fi-ish
Come on guys there must be something you think is worth sharing
Posting this for those who may not have seen this yet
NehruvianDOOM - NehruvianDOOM
>you know Doom
The Books - The Lemon of Pink
>Folk, experimental, ambient-ish, very atmospheric, avant-garde
cannot post image because of duplicate file >>50068055
Well guys I'll post a couple more but I don't see anything going on, looks like it's not time for a Sharethread then
The Traditional Fools - The Traditional Fools
>sun-soaked garage rock, punk rock, low-fi, surf rock, very neato burrito
what's in that witchfinder folder?
The Radio Department - Clinging to a Scheme
>shoegaze, deam pop, indie, etc
glad you liked it
Dropping in to say thanks to the anon that posted Fishmans - Long Season here sometime ago. Shit's so cozy
Exuma - Exuma
>world music, tropical, groovy, Caribbean folk, highly recommended, perfect for a rainy day
Requesting Infinite Body - A Series of False Awakenings. Would be greatly appreciated
Exuma - Exuma II
Well guys, I'm going to have to leave it here, I happy a couple of people got something out of the recs, but nobody else is posting anything besides >>50084086 >>50083952 >>50083451, you can only keep a sharethread alive by yourself for so long
Reposting this because it just leaked today and it's great.
A Winged Victory for the Sullen - ATOMOS  @ V0
nvr mind found it
The Last Poets - This is Madness
>Spoken Word, Poetry
Makeout Videotape - Ying Yang
This Lonely Crowd - Möbius & the Healing Process
Recently discovered this and its bretty good
I like you too, anon.
Some more recent 2014 goodness -
Yelle - Complètement Fou  @ V0
It is; I'm on my second listen. It's incredible.
No I have Kind of Blue, I mean this
Area 167 - Area 167
>drone, ambient, experimental, electronic
just found out while randomly browsing on bancamp. Good shit.
Been listening to this a lot lately, anyone got some good stuff to listen to thats similar?
Wo Fat - The Conjuring
Makeout Videotape - Bossa Yeye
Makeout Videotape - Eyeballing
Makeout Videotape - Eating Like a Kid
Makeout Videotape - Heat Wave!
Makeout Videotape - Weird Meats EP
>prob their least lo-fi release, solid recordings of older songs
Louise Attaque - Louise Attaque
Thomas Köner - Permafrost [V0]
/r/ing these in 320 or v0:
Ludus - Pickpocket/Danger Came Smiling
The Jesus and Mary Chain - Just Like Honey EP
Kemialliset Ystävät - Suurempi pieni palatsi
Anyone got Sungrazer & The Machine - Split ?
Nothing in the archives
All the links to Bob Dylan's s/t in the archive are dead, can somebody give me a hand? Also been looking for Vol. 6 of The Bootleg Series too.
S - Cool Choices [V0]
>Solo project of Jenn Ghetto from Carissa's Wierd, Slowcore, Indie Rock, Singer-Songwriter
hey guys i never ask for anything on request threads but ive just been told that my father has cancer and he wont survive it.
can someone please give me some links to japanese jazz albums?
stuff like hideo shiraki
/r/ing Mac DeMarco's 2, Johnny Cash's Grand Canyon, and Super Mario Galaxy OST
>inb4 oh you fucking stupid anon, search on the archive!!
I did search, but I didn't found nothing, and the only links I could find for Mac DeMarco's were the demos, which I'm not interested tbh
The current Dr. Who (Capaldi) and Craig Ferguson (who is actually not present in the recording, another drummer was subbing for him) were in a post-punk group in the 80's. Reminiscent of the Bauhaus.
Pretty damn good.
This is what I'm looking for: Oyauchi - Deku Duo - Now's The Time?
I can't find a rip of it anywhere! Any what.cd members able to grab it for me?
>music made by peter capaldi
i can die in peace
reccing either volume 1 of Europe 72 by the grateful dead, live at wembley 4/7/72 or Rocking the Cradle- live in egypt 1978
either of these would be soooo so appreciated, I've had zero luck anywhere else
Andrew Jackson Jihad - Knife Man (2011)
>folk-punk, indie folk
im an enabler, use the archive next time m8
Anyone mind upload Leonard Cohen's Song from a Room and Songs of Leonard Cohen? They're not in the archive.
Recording of the King Crimson concert at the Best Buy Theater, Saturday, September 20. Unfortunately, it was extremely hard to bring in anything better than my cell phone, so that's all you get.
Recording quality: saved as flac, some distortion but nothing that detriments the sound, acoustics in the theater sucked to begin with, all around I'd give it a 5-6/10 in terms of quality. One asshole behind me kept inappropriately "Whoo!"ing, as well as some inappropriate clapping. Nothing I could do about it. Sorry.
Yung Lean - Unknown Memory
>memerap, cloud rap, trap rap
posting Brian Eno & Karl Hyde - Someday World
requesting Asian Beets Culture - FC-W1
It's a hard album to find and all i know is I think someone said it was on what.cd
Don't have access to what.cd so I 'm asking someone to download it and upload a mega link, pls.
Does anyone have the D.D Dumbo EP? I heard a sample in an underrated albums threas and got hooked. Sadly the archives and search engines are giving me nil. If anyone has it I would be really grateful
Unheilig - Alles hat seine Zeit
>Darkwave / Industrial
Ryan Hemsworth-Snow In Newark
something I found in the archive that might appeal to you
Baby Face Willette - Face To Face (1961)
An excellent album, great playing on a somewhat unconventional instrument, the organ, with really exceptional saxophone playing backing it up. "Baby Face" Willette plays the organ with gospel influences which are interesting but with a different saxophonist Face To Face might have been just another organ Jazz album. Tenor saxophonist Fred Jackson is scintillating. He makes the album worth re-visiting, bringing out the edge in the other musicians. His sound is tailor-made for Soul-Jazz.
Also looking for this. Both I can only find in 192 kbps.
Last request, I promise.
I have it in 320 kbps from slsk right now, but I'd like it in FLAC plz. I know this one's out there somewhere.
You might wanna check out this /mu/ artist and his latest release:
/r/ing Delegation - Eau De Vie
the Mountain Goats - Protein Source of the Future, Now!
>compilation of various early recordings by John Darnielle, folk, lo-fi
bumping this request/thread with some other shares
Gorillaz - G-Sides
Tatsuhiko Asano - Genny Haniver
Matthew Wilder - I Don't Speak The Language/Bouncin' Off The Walls
/r/ing the new B L A C K I E album, Imagine Yourself in a Free and Natural World.
Would be very grateful :)
Are there instrumentals available for the new Yung Lean album?
/r/ing tristeza- dream signals in full circles
found it cheap and used at my local record shop a while back and picked it up because the artwork looked had the 90s/00s slowcore look going on. haven't been able to find it online anywhere however. it's a really pleasant album somewhat in the vein of amanset and duster but more muzak-y and instrumental- maybe comparable to six parts seven even
/r/'ing anything similar to pic related and/or emptyset. Holy hell this stuff is the shit.