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This isn't really a request thread, so please try to keep irrelevant requests from clogging up the thread. And please remember to use the archive:

Since I uploaded way too many albums last time there will be some reposts but I have plenty of new shares as well.
Shares start next post.
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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
bump new op cant bump his own thread rule sucks ass
James Ferraro discography
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
how terrible
thanks though
don't have anything to share because I'm a pleb but bump anyway
yeah last time i shared i had my friend post the thread for me worked out a lot better
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Alan Licht - Plays Well (2001) [V0]
>guitar free improvisation, drone, mashup, live
>Alan Licht is an American guitarist probably best known for his work with The Blue Humans, Plays Well juxtaposes two seemingly unrelated songs both clocking in at around 37 minutes, Remington Khan is loose improvised solo electric guitar noodling over a minimal two note loop "...that slides inexorably into a fuzzy noise fest", the playing here is reminiscent of Loren Connors and Jim O'Rourke, The Old Victrola opens suddenly with Licht playing along to an a cappella recording of Captain Beefheart "...which segues coolly into a sort of post-Velvet Underground punkish guitar melody", this continues noisily for a few minutes before cutting sharply to a loop of Donna Summer's Dim All The Lights, "Licht superimposes layers of wailing guitars, gradually building the tension...until the original disco song explodes in all its glory at the 16-minute mark", he eventually plays his way back to a variation on the Beefheart motif that the track opened with, a sufficiently unique listening experience in what could have easily been a fairly typical electric guitar improv album, ~2k listeners
good plan i might just do that
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makes sense in most cases but agreed that shit sucks for sharethreads. if anyone downloads something from this thread please bump it.

Scott Walker + Sunn O))) - Soused (2014) MP3 329
>experimental, drone
>you should already have this
MP3 320*
Broadcast & The Focus Group - Investigate Witch Cults Of The Radio Age (2009) (flac)
>Psychedelic Pop, Musique concrète, Neo-Psychedelia, Sound Collage
>listen to this

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
got to 99% and I started having problems :( now it wont restart. Any possibility of getting a reupload?
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Dave Ballou - Amongst Ourselves
>contemporary jazz, free fazz, post-bop, jtg-core (trumpet, sax, bass, drums, similar to The Shape of Jazz to Come)

no youtube preview available
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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

I'm not against reuping it, but i'd have to wait I'm afraid. I think its more likely to be a problem with Mega than the upload itself. clearing cache sometimes helps.

How my posting speed feel for you guys? Too fast, too slow? People have told me I'm too fast in the past so I'm trying to slow down.
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Bugskull - Communication 2009 flac
>Hypnagogic Pop, Ambient, Instrumental Hip Hop

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Dope Body - Lifer (320)
>noise rock, post-hardcore, psych rock
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Arnold Dreyblatt / The Orchestra of Excited Strings - Nodal Excitation (1982) [320]
>Arnold Dreyblatt is an American composer and visual artist who studied music with Pauline Oliveros, La Monte Young and Alvin Lucier, "Dreyblatt's ensemble, consisting of altered, adapted, and prepared instruments are in just intonation and play drones or repeated tones, setting up heady resonances with a contiually changing and complex matrix of overtones", Nodal Excitation features eight untitled compositions constructed from repeating metallic pulses courtesy of "...Dreyblatt's modified string instruments, which are hammered in art-brut fashion", reissued on Jim O'Rourke's Dexter's Cigar label, under 900 listeners

sorry about the picture quality !
this sounds awesome, thanks, a lot of what you are posting is super cool
I picked this, thanks!
Also bump
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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

glad you liked it, and thanks

thanks to everyone else who has posted or bumped as well
using a bump to say that this anon >>50915035
needs to clear his cache because I downloaded it just fine
music from before 2015 makes my internal organs shrivel and die.

moar minimalism pls.
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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
okay thanks for letting me know as well
i'll see what i can do...
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
downloading both of these right now great stuff
share as thread
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I don't have a lot of time, so I might only be able to post in the next thread. Remember to check the archive, etc.

Some of these aren't complete, and the lack of completion (as well as extra songs and if the albums have lyrics or not) are noted here

Finally, if anyone has anything by Johnny Hollow, Abigail Washburn, or Midas Fall, I would really appreciate it.
stfu !
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Corina Corrina - Corina2 Tour '82 (1982?) [192]
>loi-fi and slightly dark artsy piano pop, live, EP
>"every song on this album is a beautiful tragic and super adorable piece of piano driven pop, the tracks here are perfectly crafted and each one displays intense levels of depth...even though the vocalist has a very sweet girlish voice (moe-like, even) she still manages to evoke great sadness" somewhat reminds me of Haco, under 100 listeners
thanks for the offer but nobody wants those
Cirque Du Soleil plz

They're such a cool performance
Dinah Washington - What a Diff'rence a Day Makes / Come On Home (1959) [V1]
>traditional pop, vocal jazz, single
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no problem

Gastr Del Sol - 1998 - Camoufleur (FLAC)
>Post-Rock, Experimental Rock, Chamber Folk
American Primitivism, Glitch, Experimental

op your posting some great shit. thanks
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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
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
Thanks! I bought the record last night at the release show, but it didn't come with a dl code. Been looking around for one.
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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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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
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Eri Chiemi & The Tokyo Cuban Boys - チエミの民謡集 (1958) [127]
>"kayōkyoku 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
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Etat Brut - Géométrie d'un assassinat (1982) [192]
>brooding minimal industrial from Belgium, under 800 listeners
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Facundo Gonzáles - New Mexican Violinista (1979) [320]
>Mexican folk music, Folkways Records
>Facundo Gonzáles was a Mexican-American violinist from a small farming village, he was seventy-eight years old at the time of these recordings, filled with upbeat scratchy folk dance songs, under 30 listeners
just want to let you know you aren't alone in this thread i'm downloading so much of this great I appreciate
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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

i hope you guys fucking love traditional folk cause ive got quite a bit of it
thanks. its really weird not being able to bump a thread
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#based Mootkips

ty very much

Could you up Nupping?
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Francis Bebey - Africa Sanza (1982) [192]
>African folk music, mbira/sanza music
>"the mbira (also known as a thumb piano, sanza, etc) is a musical instrument that consists of a wooden board with attached staggered metal keys", also featured are some beautiful flutes, light percussion and occasional vocals, intensely melodic, feel good music for good people
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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
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Gamelan Sekar Tunjung - The Music of K.R.T. Wasitodiningrat (1992) [V0]
>Gamelan Jawa, Javanese folk music
>"Gamelan Jawa, or Javanese Gamelan (as it is known outside Indonesia) is a broad classification grouping together various Gamelan music genres native to Javanese culture...what typically differentiates Gamelan Jawa from its Balinese and Sundanese counterparts is its unusually slow, meditative rhythm, greater variety of non-percussive timbres (sulings, rebabs, celempung, singers) as well as an emphasis on the Gong Ageng", KRT Wasitodiningrat was among the most highly respected performers of this kind of music, under 350 listeners
I love Gamelan, but haven't really found any for my collection. I'm definitely grabbing this. Thanks!
thank you very much for this. do you have luna surface too?
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)

np, it's really lovely. I should be posting some more later in the thread.
not currently uploaded, sorry.
Man these shares are killer
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Gorō Yamaguchi - A Bell Ringing in the Empty Sky (1969) [V0]
>Japanese folk music, Japanese classical music
>Gorō 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
Cirque du Soleil - Delirium
>A unique blend of World Music, neoclassical, blues-ish, and pop
Cirque du Soleil is a circus, though the term is a bit... underwhelming when you see them actually doing their stuff. Contortion, aerial straps, dances, and trampoline-ing are only a few of the things you can see during one of their shows. Delirium was a music event, remixing pre-existing music from past shows.

A few personal recommendations for everyone from my list:
Lacrymosa; Les Friction; Nick Urb; Heathers
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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

thank you !
Sorry, meant to tag you.
Hans Krüsi - Ex hk. (2008) [320]
>sound collage, musique concrète, field recordings
>Hans Krüsi was a Swiss art brut painter, Ex hk is a collection of his miscellaneous crude sound experiments captured on "second-hand tape recorders" over the years, the album features "field recordings of insects, sheeps and distant bells with primitive chanting, and distorted radio folk songs" intermixed with homemade percussion, the album has a childlike spirit that reminds me a bit of Yōran's Montparnasse and some of Alvin Curran's work, under 15 listeners
this thread is so good, thanks
Thanks for this! also bumping
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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 both
Heiner Goebbels & Alfred Harth - Goebbels Heart (1992) [192]
>avant-garde jazz, compilation
>collection of collaborations between composers Heiner Goebbels (keys, bass, cello, bouzouki, etc) and Alfred 23 Harth (sax + variety of reed instruments), the compositions favor a sort of sparse avant-garde jazz with some excellent vocal contributions from Dagmar Krause (Art Bears, Henry Cow) and Ernst Stötzner, but the real highlight is the 16 minute Peking-Oper which is "based on samples of 20th century Chinese revolutionary opera...lovingly abused, twisted, and augmented into a new beast entirely", this would later go on to be sampled on Ground Zero's Revolutionary Pekinese Opera, ~200 listeners
Perfection! This has got to be one of best sharethreads I've seen.
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Hiroko Hayashi - BEST (2001) [192]
>'golden age' '70s J-pop, compilation, stuffy bombastic arrangements ranging from cheesy orchestral pop to soulful rock pop, under 200 listeners

thank you! you're too kind. you might also be interested in the other share threads i've done, they can be found in the archive ;^ )
Thanks for the heads-up. I'll be sure to check them out
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Hugh Hopper - 1984 (1973) [320]
>Canterbury scene, avant-garde jazz, tape Music, instrumental
>Hugh Hopper was a British progressive rock and jazz fusion bass guitarist best known for his work with Soft Machine, 1984 is his first solo album and is loosely based upon the George Orwell novel of the same name, the music ranges from abstract multitracked bass solos "with heavy use of chattering tape loops, reverberating bass drones and woozy, sometimes harsh slide work on bass guitar strings" to somewhat more conventional jazz-funk instrumentals, ~3k listeners
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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
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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
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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

Man, 70-80's jpop is just too good. Thanks for this!
Thank you for this. It's pretty great
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Joe Colley - Project for an LP; or One Method of Nearly Avoiding the Composer (2004) [V0]
>electroacoustic, turntable music, sound art
>"air movement from small oscillating fans causes the tone arms of three turntables to be dragged back and forth across the surfaces of three test copies of side A of this LP, various factors including fan speed, duration, and tone arm weight, the stylus of each turntable settles in different grooves randomly, creating overlapping layers of sound and occasional simultaneous playback of identical sound material, The master for side A was generated by two minidsic players set on random mode, with the signal of each sent exclusively to the right or left channel of a DAT machine resulting in different audio in each channel, Identical source minidiscs were used in both players, The source minidisc consisted of 5 silences of between 5 and 7 seconds, 10 noise fragments of between .5 and 2 seconds, 5 constant sound blocks of between 20 seconds and 2 minutes, Side B documents two views of the installation...showing the transformation of the original sound material heard on side A", ~1.5k listeners
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this amazing, very john cage-esque
speaking of which...

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
Never mind, I already have it

use the archive buddy
Yeah not that guy but I love gamelan too. Do you have any other gamelan. I wish to know more about the different kinds and listen to them thanks man. Great stuff
Anyone have A Grand Don't Come for Free by the Streets

checked the archive and nothing
more cute pop ty
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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

i do but i am posting in order and so it may be a while before i get to it sorry
coming up
The Protomen - Act I
>Rock opera with some chip influences, based on the vidya game series megaman, HOPE RIDES ALONE tier


The Protomen - Act II: The Father of Death
>Rock opera, prequel to the first act, more of an 80's influence

Couldn't find these in the archive so here they are.
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
No problem thank I have time all night thanks for your effort.

I got into gamelan through Macha. I love the sound and I got interested in the culture. I still dont know why no other band made experiments with that. Sounds so great
they are in the archives though


With the Protomen's covers of Queen as well
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

ah yes i forgot about them. interesting group.
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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 do not know what the album cover is sorry
I'm pretty good at finding shit and the archives and I haven't been able to find them in flac or mp3. Oh well, I guess they're in there twice now.
OK I need a bit of help here. I literally can't find any albums by ██████. I downloaded their EP Demo on a chartered once, so I thought maybe somebody would have more here. Google and the archive don't recognise the name of the band and give me no search results in the first place.
I'm sorry for not contributing on the thread,but let this act as a bump if nothing more.
Khamis El Fino Ali - Music for the Classical Oud (1964) [V0]
>Arabic classical music, folk, live, Folkways Records
>"The oud is a pear-shaped stringed instrument commonly used in Arabic, Greek, Turkish, Persian, Jewish, Byzantine, Armenian, North African, Somali and Middle Eastern music, The oud is readily distinguished from the lute by its lack of frets and smaller neck...it is considered an ancestor of the guitar", the playing is generally very swift and energetic yet highly accurate, under 250 listeners
Kikuchi Momoko - Adventure (1986) [320]
>catchy synth pop, J-pop, city pop with a great '80s aesthetic
Kočani 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
thank you based Mootkips. best sharethread in a while.
Laugh & Peace - Vib-Ribbon (1999) [V0]
>J-pop, art-pop, video game music, glitch/noise for one track
>Vib-Ribbon was a 'cult' rhythm video game for the PlayStation One, the first track is nothing but data used for the game that I have decided to keep as it sounds cool but be warned that it is basically pure noise and was never actually meant to be listened to, the rest of the soundtrack is a sort of loud quirky J-pop with rapid and sudden shifts in tempo as they likely "arbitrarily sped up and slowed down the tape at random points" for gameplay purposes, top tier fun music for fun times
Holy shit, is the song you sampled the inspiration for Talk Dirty by Jason Derulo? that one riff is incredibly similar

I'm sure Jason Derulo and his producers are very familiar with balkan brass bands...
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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

maybe? i'm really not the best person to ask about this sort of thing. i barely even know who that is
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Eiko Ishibashi (石橋英子) & K2 - Compressed Happiness (2014) [320]
>Basically a split collab album with Ishibashi taking the reins on the first track and K2 on the second track. First track is a lot more melodic and the second is more typical K2.
it has 21,000 views, I'm sure its possible someone picked up on it thats connected to him. Especially if someone was sample-hunting
Liu Tianhua - Erhu Solos - 1929-1932 (????) [192]
>Chinese folk music, Chinese classical music, East Asian Folk Music, erhu
>Liu Tianhua (1895-1932) was a highly respected composer and performer of the erhu (Chinese two-stringed fiddle instrument), he is oftentimes considered to be the father of the modern Chinese erhu for his contributions to "greatly reform and modernize traditional Chinese music", I have no idea when these recordings were made or when they were released, the sound is fairly low fidelity in a way that comes across as charming and humble, under 200 listeners
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Los Indios Tabajaras - Maria Elena EP (1963) [320]
>easy listening influenced instrumental folk from Brazil, features their hit 'Maria Elena', great acoustic guitar playing
Luzmila Carpio - Yuyay Jap'ina Tapes (2014) [V0]
>huayno, harawi, Andean folk music, compilation
>huayno and harawi are some of the oldest forms of Peruvian Andean folk music, "...strictly monophonic style of sung poetry performed by women known as harawiq whose vocals are particularly nasal and high-pitched, Each song consists a repeating musical phrase with prominent glissandi and melismata, Themes are very emotional, often including unrequited love and death, which explains the profound and soulful tone of the music, During pre-Columbine times, the genre was present in most Inca rituals and ceremonies", the 17 tracks have been digitally restored and remastered and sound wonderful, ~1k listeners
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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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Mathieu Werchowski - Uwaga (2005) [320]
>excellent solo acoustic violin free improvisation, ranging from sparse textural exploration that most closely resemble electroacoustic music to more grating noisy passages, under 60 listeners

sorry again about the picture quality
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B Dizzle - Sick, Nasty, Thug.
>triphop, experimental hiphop, glitchhop
>is the one that names names and cites facts to denigrate the presidency as little more than "telling lies on teleprompters" to serve the "country's real masters." But on "Anywhere But Here", the trickle-down effect of corruption is felt on a more local scale. After solemnly acknowledging the police brutality and economic stratification of New York. Hardcore style, eye opening beats. Some of the best experimental hiphop around.
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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
why would you need a sample of this it sounds exactly like you think it does
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

>tfw no one has filled the Bear Force One request on What
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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

have to go walk god brb
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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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Nerve Net Noise - Meteor Circuit (2003) [192]
>minimal loud glitch tones played on "barely controllable homemade synthesisers", ~300 listeners
no sample
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Kyary Pamyu Pamyu - Pikapika Fantajin (2014) [320]
>produced by Yasukata Nakata aka "God". If you haven't listened to one of his albums, you can start here. This is insanely good.
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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
Requesting The Atomizer by Big Black!
>L I T E R A L L Y

the worst thread on 4chan currently
Oki Dub Ainu Band - Oki Dub Ainu Band (2006) [192]
>upopo folk/dub fusion
>upopo is a type of folk song belonging to the Ainu people of Japan, "each song relates to an activity, with the song structure relating to the work at hand", chants are frequently performed in a polyrhythmic style, Oki plays the Tonkori (which is a sort of traditional plucked string instrument) over a solid dub reggae backing band, under 2k listeners

lmao fuck off
dont listen to him mootkips, it is better to have a wall of shares than a wall of requests

I may not like most of the stuff you've posted but I do love gypsy shit like Kocani Orkester so I'm enjoying this thread in sum, thank you
Alice if you can pls
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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 ;^)
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
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Pablo Maldonado / Delinas Salas - Corazón: Songs and Music Recorded in Peru by Rosalind Solomon in 1981 (1985) [V1]
>Andean folk music, música criolla peruana, field recordings, Folkways Records, included in the download is a pdf of the booklet that comes with the cd, under 30 listeners
no sample
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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
Why do these threads even exist, do you people not know how to torrent? What is this, preschool?
Based mootkips, thanks for the shares
Portable Rock - Beginnings (1990) [320]
>Japanese new wave/synthpop band with Maki Nomiya (of Pizzicato Five fame) on vocals, collection of older recordings reissued with 5 bonus tracks, under 500 listeners
Sharing music that people might otherwise not have heard, probably..
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