It's friday night and we should have a sharethread!
Anodyne - Ultramack 005
King of Woolworths - Ming Star
>downtempo, leftfield, pretty cozy
Icebreaker - Distant Early Warning
>concept album on NATO's distant early warning system
Listen to this if you're on a roadtrip:
Hank & Slim - The World Turned Gingham
>ambient, noise, drone
Another road trip essential.
The KLF - Chill Out
>ambient, country, tuvan throat singing
Me and this girl just started dating a few weeks ago. She SAYS she has good taste in music, and so far not bad, but weve mostly listened to my music. Have a feeling this road trip is going to seperate the plebs from the patricians.
Also will take any recommendations as well. Looking for something a bit more upbeat. Something to put on sunglasses and listen to with the windows down (I live in Texas, its 73°F).
Nav Katze - Oyzac
>japanese new wave/j-rock band, aphex twin and global communication did a few remixes of some tracks a while back
Forevereaction - BED 34
>the voice of the chinese people
Egyptian Lover - On The Nile
>electro, 100% heterosexual
Francis Dhomont - Foret Profonde
>electro-acoustic, tape music, sound collage, fucking awesome
Phoenecia - Demissions
Jean-Michel Jarre - Zoolook
>synth-pop, you should know this guy
Freescha - What's Come Inside Of You
>IDM, downtempo, these guys wrote a track for britney spears
Here they talk about writing the track for Britney Spears, pretty interesting:
Wow. Checked out a couple of tracks, strong BoC vibe here, though I've never seen them referenced when people have asked about similar artists. Thanks for this. Have any more of their releases?
Mantronix - The Album
Sadly not, but you might enjoy this:
Fieldtripq - Old Haunts
>we boc now
There you go anon:
Any recommendations on stuff similar to Stars of the Lid? (warm and comfy sound)
I'm uploading something you might like right now. Just in case you're still around.
Fog - Fog
>shoegazey hip hop turntable rock
Also >tfw when running out of uploaded albums and upload is pretty slow
Thanks a ton, anon. If you don't mind, I'll just repost it with the names and all so that it can be easily found in the archive.
Butthole Surfers -  Locust Abortion Technician
Butthole Surfers -  Rembrandt Pussyhorse
As for what you asked, I don't have an answer, sorry.
Saturday Morning Soundtrack : S/T
>Rap group consisting of Kristoff Krane, ECID, Impulse, and Capaciti, it is there one and only album and is mad underrated. If you like Eyedea you will probably like this (Eyedea actually has a feature on this aswell btw)
Now for some stuff I already posted in other threads.
Ashrae Fax - Static Crash
>Ashrae Fax was a little-remembered Greensboro band that was either way too late for the heyday of post-punk or just in time—if a bit distant from urban fashion centers—for their cagey electroclash-era revival
Severed Heads - Since the Accident
>odd little australian group, not as edgy as the name suggests, synth-pop
Whatever Brains - SSR-64
>sort of like Radiohead, Liars and Wolf Eyes being fired towards each other in a large hadron collider
(name your price-core)
Severed Heads - Dead Eyes Opened
>single from "since the accident"
Severed Heads - Goodbye Tonsils
Here you go, blast this during your road trip:
808 State - Quadrastate
Thanks for sharing.
Lego Feet - SKA001CD
>Autechre before Autechre, it's pretty good
The Nam Shub Of Enki - Fuck Piece
808 State - Utd. State 90
>a bunch of pacific nationalists from manchester
The Railway Raver - Drop Acid Not Bombs
>cozy little acid house gem
Plebs - A Collection of Question Marks
Savath y Savalas - The Predicate (Dub Version)
>glitchy as fuck wall-of-sound ambient meets world music and folk, very highly recommended
NOTE: The sample is the only part of the album on Youtube so it isn't very representative of the overall sound.
Description by Stones Throw Records:
>This entry into the Savath and Savalas book - etched by a new production entity we only know as "The Predicate" (we think they’re the same cats known as “The Predicate Production Guild,” who recently released a library album on Andy Votel’s B-Music label) fits perfectly. Who woulda thunk it - "Catalan-folk-psych with minimalist-electronic-sensibilities" re-imagined as an excursion in neo-dub? Not us, but The Predicate (Dub Version) eases us into winter with just enough bounce to remind us of the warm days past.
Meat Beat Manifesto - Edge Of No Control EP
>jungle, big beat, industrial hip-hop
Also Beauty:Beast - New Rage Savage
>thum tch thum tchk KSSSSSHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
TRS-80 - The New You
>downtempo, ambient, these guys are just great and you should really watch their music videos
Funkstörung - Appetite for Disctruction
>glitchy hip hop
Sadly, this group turned to complete shit later on:
Vision / Escape - Dead World EP
>2014-core, post-rock, sludge
>drum machines, an occasional synth, textures
my AOTY so far
I'm uploading more albums from TRS-80 right now.
Earth Leakage Trip - Psychotronic EP
>spooky techno music, and the doors are where the windows should be
TRS-80 - Industry Needs Electronic Skills
>breaks, dub, breakbeat
TRS-80 - Shake Hands With Danger
Comaduster - Hollow Worlds
>IDM, Ambient, Postrock, first two tracks are heavily brostep influenced
256 VBR mp3 ripped from flac, if anyone really wants I can go rip a 320 kbps version.
TRS-80 - Horizons.rar 89.8 MB
Lxury - Pick You Up
>dance, electronic, future, single
TRS-80 - The Manhattan Love Machine
>you should know the genre by now
Various Artists - Invisible Pyramid: Elegy Box (6 Discs)
>Various Folk, 30 acts each contributing a piece (or pieces) of music in dedication to an extinct species of animal
Aphex Twin - Peel Session
>that session from 1995
Gescom - Key Nell
aaand here's what I have to offer
The Frosted Ambassador - s/t
>The Frosted Ambassador started out in 1977 in the group Chronicle Ape And The New Sound. A disappointing solo career in the early 80's prompted his retirement from music and relocation to Belgium to study toast
Various Artists - The Jewelled Antler Library (4 Discs)
>Free, Psychedelic Folk, Field Recordings. a compilation of song from artists on the Jeweled Antler label
Ultramarine - Every Man and Woman is a Star
>downtempo, folk, ambient
Stara Rzeka / Innercity Trio / ARRM - Split
>Drone, Folk, Post-Rock
They are slightly related, apparently.
>[...] evidence suggests that the project was actually the brainchild of The Olivia Tremor Control's drummer Eric Harris, as the two bands shared a song on the album and a compilation, and William Cullen Hart created the artwork for the album. Also, The Olivia Tremor Control had a song on their album Dusk at Cubist Castle named "Frosted Ambassador"
Yesterday's Children - Yesterday's Children
>Heavy Psych, Hard Rock
Section 25 - From The Hip
Does anyone have Les Annees Psychedeliques by Serge Gainsbourg? I haven't been able to find it anywhere
Grantby - Time Booth
Funki Porcini - Love, Pussycats & Carwrecks
Holly Herndon - Movement
>experimental, computer music
this is amazing thank you
ooo, nice I was wantin' this the other day
EOD - Volume 1
>norwegian acid house
Last one for today. Good night, /mu/.
Top 50 for me. I heard if you were a fan of duster you'd like this, I like both a lot but I don't know why.
listen to the last half of the album again. If still nothing, bummer.
Anybody want anything?
Within reason of course.
It was tucked away in a folder I hadn't touched in a long time.
I recently put all of my music into one folder(as seen in pic), I didn't discriminate between what got kept and thrown out in the process.
It's okay son, we've all been there. These threads ideally work like this: you pick an album, ideally one that's not that well-known, maybe even a bit obscure, and post it. Present it with a witty description, or just post a vague indication regarding genre so people can relate, that's up to you.
But don't just shit out a screenshot of your "collection" like some cheap stinker while acting like the patron saint of sharing. Ideally.
i much prefer the idea that sharethreads are places to share our favourite "obscure gems" (over the years i've grabbed releases from these that i loved, but i wouldn't even know where to start finding because they're basically genre-unclassifiable) rather than thinly veiled request threads where people say DOES ANYONE HAVE THAT ONE WITH THE BLACK DUDE ON THE FRONT BY DEATH GRUP
Fair enough, I just couldn't be bothered taking the time to upload something into a dying thread when I had no idea which album to choose from, or what people were even interested in getting.
alright guys. i have some obscure shit for y'all.
this is an experimental hip hop album, recorded in 2014 by idk who, call themselves "dead xylophones". don't have a sample, too new/obscure. just give it a chance. i enjoy it.
it isn't. but believe what you wan't
Olafur Arnalds. Really underrated in my opinion, great crossover of classical with electro maybe? If someone has a better term for it please tell me but I do highly recommend him.
Doc Holiday - Elephantasy
You'll probably like this song.
not picking up on my use of "protip" as a ruse.
I am really grateful of the amount of music I've come to like on this board, it's just you guy's aren't funny, like, at all. Ever ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Got some Nepali folk music for yall tonight:
Deben Bhattacharya- Folksongs & Sacred Music from Nepal
>Buddhist monk chants, Some Hindu chants, & Nepali folk tunes
Sublime Frequencies- Harmika Yab-Yum: Folk Sounds From Nepal
>"Harmika Yab Yum" is a divine blend of Radio excerpts and field recordings from Nepal compiled by Robert Millis. This exciting mosaic snares among other oddities, a "King Cobra" snake charmer, the sounds of slaughtering buffaloes and guns firing amidst a Durga Puja festival, dreamy folk music, Sarangi and Harmonium players seeping in from unknown radio signals, pounding drums, praying monks, child choruses, street sermons, loudspeaker promotionals, and quiet footsteps at the top of the world. Millis has produced many curious audio works as a member of the group"Climax Golden Twins" and this collection of Himalayan ephemera captures the timeless beauty of the world's highest Kingdom, land of the rhododendron, the Kumari (a "living goddess"), and the legendary "Yeti". (Recorded in Kathmandu, Pokhara, Gorkha, and other undisclosed locales in 1996)
>not to be confused with the Jarboe song
just the one folder or that entire directory?