Sup fellers, didn't see one, so I'm the change I see in the world, right?
MaxNormal.TV - Good Morning South Africa!
>Alt-Rap from the group known as Die Antwoord but not shit, its actually pretty good
>Side project of Joe Hawley from Tally Hall, a diverse collection of songs that's probably best filed under "Experimental Pop"
Here's my library if you want to make requests
also here's a collection of albums I made for my dad, its a bunch of math-rock, emo, and other accessible albums to try to get him to have something in common with me
both of these are good shares, so i'll share some stuff from my own mega
Sweet Trip - Velocity : Design : Comfort
>really good glitch+shoegaze, you should already have this but if you don't it's fantastic
Bruce Haack-The Electric Lucifer
>the father of acid rock; used to make childrens music and appeared on mister rogers. Very beautiful groovy 70's music with simplistic vocals
Anyone have the radiohead basement tapes bootleg, with the acoustic version of Motion Picture Soundtrack on it? There aren't any links in the archive
Hawaii Pt. II pt. ii
>outtakes and snippets from Hawaii Pt. II, some are pretty cool. If you like the original this is worth the listen
>the father of acid rock
Fucked up my share :(
Various Artists - Original 60s Kvlt Surf Music
>Black Metal covers, Surf Rock
A compilation of youtube's Surf styled Black Metal covers of classic BM tunes
C L E A N E R S - Real Raga Shit Vol. 1
>sound collage, actually really great, one of my AOTY's
how's it feel to be a pleb
>Kachulis did another important favor for his friend by introducing Haack to psychedelic rock. Acid rock's expansive nature was a perfect match for Haack's style, and in 1969 he released his first rock-influenced work, The Electric Lucifer.
I know reading is hard, but do try again next time
Fang Island's s/t
This Town Needs Guns - Animals
You Slut's 2 albums
James Blake's s/t
Real Estate's s/t
Since I Left You
The World Is A Beautiful Place and I Am No Longer Afraid to Die - Whenever, If Ever
Arcade Fire - Funeral
Benjamin Booker's s/t
King Krule - 6 feet beneath the moon
Sufjan Stevens - Illinois
it's really plebby and probably cringey but I just wanted to be able to talk to my dad about something because we're drifting apart
Coachwhips - Bangers vs Fuckers
> Dirty, dirty garage rock. A three-piece with drums, keyboard, and distorted guitar and vocals by Thee Oh Sees member John Dwyer. Not a song over 3 minutes, most are under 2.
Movie Magick (2013)
>dark ambient, IDM, warm and nostalgic
Movie Magick 2 (2014)
>IDM, psychedelic, 90s MIDI computer music
Exactly, everyone likes arcade fire, so I thought it was a shoe-in, but he never listened to anything
Mac Demarco - Live and Acoustic Vol.1
>missing 2 tracks and there's no cover, I kinda suck but hey its better than nothing, right?
Could anyone recommend something fun like Bondage Fairies?
Requesting Disney's Chilling, Thrilling Sounds of the Haunted House (1964 version). It's not in the archive or on Soulseek, except at 128kbps.
Baby Huey - The Baby Huey Story
>funk, soul, died-too-early-core
I'm only starting with emo tbh, but The World is A Beautiful Place and I Am No Longer Afraid To Die is my fave, their new EP is cool, it's more spoken word than emo but nonetheless I like it, I can upload for you if you want?