Let's have a 股線 (Gǔ xiàn)
Hosono, Shigeru, Yamashita - Pacific (1978)
>Japanese Synth music, Easy listening, really sterile beach/topical music from the late 1970s, yellow magic orchestra related
Jacks - Vacant World
>Proto-punk, Japanese psychedelic rock, if you like Los Saicos, The Sonics, the Velvet underground or any of the esp-disk proto punk/ any proto punk in general you'll probably like this
Buju Banton - Til Shailoh
>Dancehall reggae, reggaefusion, Pretty fantastic, really emotional sometimes,
Lonnie Holley - Just Before Music
>"Lonnie Holley works with found materials to rebuild the broken and reconsider the discarded before breaking down and rebuilding what he finds there. His process of artistic destruction and rebirth initially recalls that of the Tibetan sand mandala rituals, though Holley insists that he's working with dust rather than sand: "It’s taking from this earth the dust of all the dead. All the wars and all that humans had to deal with has become the dust. The earth is the grave, it’s the biggest graveyard that has ever been." Musical dust rather than physical dust, Just Before Music evokes the old and forgotten sounds of label Dust-to-Digital's output, while at the same time appears odd and spontaneous, Holley's concerns contemporary (our irresponsible embrace of the notion of technological progress- leaving the physical and mental relics of lives, deaths, and tragedies behind in our wake). Undoubtedly strange, yet remedial, and disarming in its absolute sincerity."
Wreck Small Speakers on Expensive Stereos - River Falling Love
>Noise, Art rock, lofi pop, Drummachines, The early group of Michael Morley of The Dead C, Flying nun
Unheilig - Alles hat seine Zeit
>Darkwave / Industrial
François Dufrêne - Oeuvre désintégrale 4xLP
>Tape Collage, Sound Poems, Dada, Surrealism, If you’re familiar with the sound collages the Brion Gysin did these are sort of similar , Incorporates manipulations of, among other things, the sounds of people coughing and what I can only describe as hyperventilating and gagging
Chalino Sanchez was a mexican singer who had a really weird life story and made pretty fantastic music:
When he was six years old his father died, throwing his family into turmoil. His sister Juana was raped by a local "mafioso" who lived nearby, prompting Chalino to react by killing the man. He later emigrated to California to escape Mexican authorities.
In 1977, Chalino illegally immigrated to the United States with one of his close friends; with the help of a local coyote or pollero (people smuggler) he crossed the border of Baja California. Upon his arrival, he began working in the fields of California's Coachella Valley and profiting from odd jobs given to him.
At his last appearance, in the Los Angeles-area, the turnout was so large that the venue, El Parral, had to close its doors at 6 pm, at least five hours before he was scheduled to take the stage. At a concert in Mexico, Chalino Sanchez received a letter containing a death threat and walked off stage immediately. On May 16, 1992, Chalino was being transported in a Chevy Suburban through the streets of Culiacán, Mexico. After about 20 minutes, the Suburban was driving near a secluded location when an unmarked Federal Police Vehicle intercepted them and forced them to the side of the road. At approximately 6am, Chalino's lifeless body was discovered on the side of a road with two execution style gunshot wounds to the back of the head.
Three albums of his:
1989 El Bandido Generoso
1990 13 Mejores Exitos
1990 Chuyita Beltran
I don't think that was me but you might like this
>Really (really) weird Japanese Lofi pop album, Probably influenced by daniel johston considering the expensive use of Chord Organ,
Memphis Goons - Teenage BBQ
>Proto punk, Outsider music, A group of weird kids from memphis who decided to make a band in the early 1970's and record their music (which was made by using cheap/toy instruments, among other things) directly to tape, some of their music sounds vaguely like the protopunk bands that put out records on ESP-Disk like the holy modal rounders if you're into that
gracias, mane. hopefully i can start making threads again more frequently. the internet at my place is beyond shit atm tho
Maria Sabina - Mushroom Ceremony of the Mazatec Indians of Mexico
>Traditional music, Folkways, Pretty much as the title of the record says, Recording of a mushroom ceremony by the mazatec indians of mexico in 1956, listen to this, increase your manna
Javād Ma'roufi -- Golden Dreams & Other Romantic Melodies
>Instrumental Iranian piano music,
Les Grands Colombias Du Peuple & Stanley Murphy - Dans Becheke Pi
> Ivoirienne funk, I don't know if you could consider this Highlife but it sounds similar
Various Artists - Biet-Het Vol 1
>"Who ever listens through these thirty songs objectively will despair and ask: "What on earth went wrong with Dutch popular music after these unprecedented peak years?" (And let's not forget the Belgian contributions to this compilation!) The pure, raw productions, the textual and musical originality and the amazing emotional charge of these records create a gap with contemporary Dutch music which, in meters, surpasses the boundaries of the universe easily. these are the young and passionate singing their hearts out! This CD contains the essence of all of Dutch society of the sixties. Who ever listens...will personally experience the sixties retroactively."
Super Djata de Bamako -- Vol. 2
> "Malian music from the early 80s (released on Super Djata de Bamako, Vol. 2, in 1983). The combination of ouroboric guitar lines and rhythms with the weary vocal melody gives it that mystical edge. Djata comes from the word for lion."
Various Artists - American Primitive Pre war Gospel Vol 1 & Vol. 2 (1897 - 1939)
>American primitive music, Blues, Folk, Outsider music to some extent maybe, regardless of the music on these comps being really fantastic it's interesting to be to hear music from as long ago as when some of the stuff on here was recorded.
Scotty - Draw your Brakes: The Best of Scotty
Nguashi N'Timbo with L'Orchestre Festival of Zaire - Shauri Yako
>Congolese pop music
Abdel Karim el Kably - Sudan : The Music and Songs of Abdel Karim el Kably
>"Transcendent Nubian melodies & folksongs, exquisitely performed by Abdel Karim el Kably in mid-1960s Sudan."
I was really surprised that this was still up actually, i guess /mu/ was really slow last night
Bud Tutmarc - Sacred Hawaiian Melodies
>"Whenever lovers of Sacred music think of Hawaiian-style melodies and electric steel guitars, they think of Sol Hoopii. Since that renknowned Hawaiian music-maker has been called to Heaven, his mantle seems to have fallen upon Bud Tutmarc, Seattle, Washington...and accomplished musician...a fervent Christian layman...Bud was a long-time friend of Sol Hoopii, and learned many of the great master's techniques. He is at his best in this album, providing Hawaiian-style music that is both artistically beautiful and spiritually inspiring."
Triad God - NXB
>Experimental R n' B, Experimental, Hippos In Tanks, Really strange Cantonese r& that sounds sort of similar to James Ferraro's NYC hell 3am/Cold stuff, Sad strip club music
Monopoly Child Star Searchers - The Garnet Toucan
>Experimental electronic, Electronic, Latin, Non-Music, Folk, World, & Country
Orchestre Stukas - L'Afrique Danse Presents Orchestre Stukas/Orchestre Stukas
>Congolese pop, Soukous, //I don't know if you could call this highlife considering where it's from but it's along the same lines
Various Artists - Studio One Women
>Ska, rocksteady, funky reggae, roots, dub mixes, disco mixes, they're all here from the queens of the Jamaican music scene - Studio One Women features a wide mix of classics and obscurities from the finest female voices in reggae.
>Until now most of these tracks have only ever been available as extremely hard to find Jamaican 7 inch and 12 inch singles and even if you were lucky enough to find them they'd cost you a small fortune
>Marcia Griffiths and Rita Marley (here with her first group The Soulettes) are two of Jamaica's most famous female singers hugely popular today. Both these artists became internationally famous as The I – Threes (along with Judy Mowatt), Bob Marley's backing singers alongside The Wailers. Also featured are Hortense Ellis, sister of Alton who cut many smash hits on the island, and Jennifer Lara, a lady who had a long career with Studio One, singing on countless sides.
>Studio One is the greatest label in the history of reggae and is the foundation of all reggae music. It's where virtually every world renowned Jamaican superstar started out, Bob Marley and The Wailers included. Under the guidance of the legendary Clement "Coxsone" Dodd the musicians at Studio One recorded hundreds of instrumental rhythms which still provide the backbone for many of the records made in Jamaica today
Dwight Sykes - Volume 1
>one of the AOTY 2013, Amazing lo-fi funk from the late 1990's, If you're into the sort of 80's revival thing that's going on in southern California wit people like Ariel Pink and NotNotFun you'll probably really like this
Feebzz - Real Bitch Syndrome
>Internet Hip Hop, Trap,
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