Post shares, I guess
Ulaan Markhor - Spiral Horns, Black Onions, et al.
>Drone soaked Instrumental Psychedelic Rock. A Steven R. Smith project.
The Nocturnes - A Year of Spring
Melody's Echo Chamber - Melody's Echo Chamber
>Neo-Psych, Dream Pop
Stara Rzeka - Stara Rzeka
>Folk, Post-Rock; heartfelt folk laced with electronic fuzz that slowly evolves into a droning electrobient procession of sheer beauty and wonder
Greanvine - Mark You That & Noat You Wel
Mike Armine - Verse & The Cleansing Undertones of Wake/Lift
>Noise, Ambient; solo project of Rosetta's vocalist
Lisa LeBlanc - Highways, Heartaches, & Time Well Wasted
>EP, bluegrass, alt-country, banjo dervish, sneering drawl
how come noone has posted the new Cult of Youth album?
> EP, shoegaze, noise rock, brazil, post-rock
Rene Hell - Vanilla Call Option
>Indie, Psychedelic Rock, new band, popped up 4 days ago on soundcloud, just2tracks, sounds promising.
Grails - Interpretations of Three Psychedelic Rock Songs from Around the World
>Post. Psych Rock; covers of Flower Travelling Band, Hippard/McGuinn, and Gong
Various Artists - Invisible Pyramid: Elegy Box
>Ambient, Drone, Free-Folk; 30 acts each contributing a piece (or pieces) of music in dedication to an extinct species of animal
>6 Discs separately rar'd in the mega folder
s: Bardo Pond - Bufo Periglenes (Golden Toad) Parts I-III [Embed]
Various Artists - The Jewelled Antler Library
>Free, Psychedelic Folk, Field Recordings; a compilation of song from artists on the Jeweled Antler label
>4 Discs seperatly rar'd in a mega folder
Aaron Parks- Arborescence (2013)
>solo piano, improvisation
>This is an improvised solo piano recording, in a similar vein as The Koln Concert but with Parks’ own unique melodic and harmonic language. The piano is especially well-recorded and sounds very warm.
Boxcutter & Defcon - New Yen
>Bass, dubstep, footwork, jazz, jungle
New York Art Quartet- Mohawk (1965)
>free jazz, post bop
>This quartet was formed after the dissolving of the New York Contemporary Five. This record features some great players in the mid-60’s free jazz scene playing thematic free jazz.
Helena Hauff - Shatter Cone
>Acid, experimental, techno
Various Artists - 14 Tracks: Carnival Exciters
>Dance, dubstep, grime, house, reggae
Sample: None because boomkat links are spam.
Dullatron - Musica Universalis
>Dub, ambient, techno
Charly García - Filosofía barata y zapatos de goma (1990)
>Art pop, pop rock. Arguably his last truly great album, that first three streak of songs alone grants it that privilege. The rest is also respectable, Curitas, Me siento mucho mejor, which is a fantastic cover of the Birds’ I Feel a Whole Lot Better and his version of the Argentine National Anthem. It kinda works as a transition album between his new wave/art pop phase onto his more atmospheric and gloomy albums.
Black Sites - Unit 2669
>Experimental techno, acid
The Gang Font featuring Interloper (2007)
>math rock, experimental, free improvisation
>This band utilizes influences from classic prog-rock acts like King Crimson or Zappa, but there are also elements of avant-garde and experimental artists like Captain Beefheart. The sound is ultimately rock, with overdriven guitars, repetitive basslines, and strong backbeats, but with complex, shifting-time signatures and song forms, as well as improvised solos and accompaniment, this album also draws some influence from classic avant-garde jazz players as well (especially from the keys player, Craig Taborn, who is becoming one of the most widely known pianists in contemporary avant-jazz.)
Black Cab - Games of the XXI Olympiad
Ejeca - Space & Time
Holy Sons - The Fact Facer
>Experimental, Psych Folk, AOTY-core
Give me a bit, I'll be posting each separately
Charly García – Say No More (1996)
>Experimental rock, art rock. Charly García lost his mind somewhere in the middle of the recording of this album, or kinda, the thing is that he never was the same again. Drugs and alcohol were causing damage on his sanity, and it was going to progressively extent to his life (more than it already had) and his work; this was the point of no return for García. Well, his so-called masterpiece is a fucking mess, strange samples and spacey synths and keyboards all over the place that create a dark and alienating atmosphere like in no other of his albums before and since. Some (Including Charly) say it’s brilliant, I partially agree because there’s certainly some beauty in it.
DNGLS - Heliris
Chico Hamilton Quintet in HiFi (1956)
>cool jazz, hard bop, avant-garde
>This was one of the first studio recordings by Chico’s group which was released on the Pacific Jazz label. Fred Katz’s cello playing always gives this group a unique sound, but it is their contrapuntal style of improvisation that really makes them interesting. This record features some of the group’s original compositions, as well as a some interesting takes on standards.
DNGLS - Envolee
Kaelan - FP06
>Dub, minimal techno
3KZ - Bounder
David Meiser - Rise Of The Machines
Maxime Dangles - In And Out
Heiko Laux - Fernweh
Grails - The Burden of Hope
Hypnobirds & Varg - Linje 19
>Dark ambient, techno, acid
10sion - CPU Damage
Môme - Triple House
Xosar - Immured
Various Artist - Balance Presents Kölsch
>Minimal techno, house
Oxcure - Privationis
>Industrial techno, experimental
Prostitues - Ecstasy, Crashing Beats and Fantasy
Sample: None because boomkat links are spam.
Grails - Redlight
Acre - Icons
Various Artists - Four Jacks, Part 4: 15 Years of Poker Flat
Want me to stop?
Though I did have 2 new ones. And lots more that were posted before, but not in the last thread.
Dro Carey - Club Injury Handbook
Various Artists - 006
Positive Merge - Emigrant
Fabrizio - F=MA
Mike Dehnert - Switch Back to City
Durian Brothers - Das Macht Modern
Grails - Black Tar Prophecies Vol's 1, 2, & 3
>Post-Rock, Psych Rock, Experimental
Orrin Evans- Easy Now (2005)
>post-bop, free jazz
>One of the most unique and versatile pianists around, Orrin Evans recorded this record in 2005 and it is one of his most free and adventurous. It was a tribute to his father who passed away that year, so there are several ballads dedicated to him, but the playing stays consistently exciting, adventurous and free.
Sahib Shihab and the Danish Radio Jazz Group (1962)
>hard bop, avant-garde
>This recording comes from Shihab’s time spent in Europe. He played as a sideman on a number of great recordings in the 50’s, but this is one of his best albums as a leader. His interesting charts for medium-sized ensemble lead to even more interesting improvisations.
Grails - Burning Off Impurities
>Post-Rock, Psych Rock
I'll post some more here soon
Ray Barretto- Indestructible (1973)
>salsa, Latin jazz
>Fania Records is pretty much the “Blue Note” of the salsa world and percussionist Ray Barretto was one of the best-known and most successful of the Fania All-Stars. This is one of his best recordings and all-around one of the best salsa recordings ever. Pure, danceable, fun salsa tunes.
Miles Okazaki- Generations (2009)
>avant-garde, progressive jazz, composition
>This is the second chapter in Okazaki’s compositional trilogy, where he mixes innovative and complex compositional techniques with the sounds of contemporary jazz. The pieces are enjoyable to listen to as music, but those interested in the compositional aspect will also find them very interesting to study.
Woody Shaw- Cassandranite (1965)
>This is one of Shaw's earliest recordings as a leader and he plays with a group of some of the best 60's players. Herbie Hanock, Joe Henderson, Joe Chambers and even Larry Young plays piano on two tracks.
Kenny Wheeler- The Long Waiting (2012)
>big band, modern jazz
>Legendary trumpeter Kenny Wheeler just passed away this past September at 84 years old. This recording was one of the last big projects he did. It’s an original work for big band, with extremely well written and orchestrated parts. What really makes the music interesting is the wordless vocal part (sung by Diane Turturo) which acts almost as just another instrument in the big band.
there are loads of great polish jazz
Zbigniew Namysłowski - Zbigniew Namysłowski quartet
with Zbigniew Namysłowski on alts, Janusz Kozłowski (b), Adam Matyszkowicz (p) and Czesław Bartkowski (d)
Grails - Take Refuge in Clean Living
>Post-Rock, Psych Rock
Barry Altschul- You Can’t Name Your Own Tune (1977)
>Considering the lineup, which includes Dave Holland, Sam Rivers, and George Lewis, this record is not as free as you might expect if you are familiar with their work in the 70’s. While the tunes are fairly structured, the solos are quite adventurous and lead to a lot of interesting interplay.
Grails - Doomsdayer's Holiday
>Post-Rock, Psych Rock
Vassilis Tsabropoulos and Anja Lechner- Chants, Hymns and Dances (2004)
>This is a cello/piano duet recording. The set is a mix of compositions by spiritual leader G.I. Gurdjieff, and original compositions the pianist, Tsabropoulos.
Lee Konitz plays with the Gerry Mulligan Quartet (1953)
>This is the popular ‘pianoless’ Gerry Mulligan Quartet, joined by the enormously talented alto player, Lee Konitz. Konitz elegant sound fits right in with the laid-back, contrapuntal compositions of Mulligan’s quartet.
seconding that /r/
McCoy Tyner and Bobby Hutcherson- Land of Giants (2003)
>post-bop, straight ahead jazz
>Recorded in 2003, this music isn’t as adventurous as the music that Tyner and Hutcherson made in the 60’s and 70’s, but it does a good job of showing their more mature and reserved styles. Charnett Moffett on bass and Eric Harland on drums also do an excellent job as the rhythm section.
Grails - Deep Politics
>Post-Rock, Psych Rock
If anyone could share Midget and Hairs - Midget and Hairs (2007 compilation) or even tell me if it's on what.cd or not, I'd really appreciate it, thanks
Charlie Parker and Lennie Tristano- Complete Recordings (2006)
>This is a compilation of all the recordings that Bird and Tristano recorded together, including a couple amazing duet recordings. Unfortunately on some of the quintet and sextet recordings Tristano doesn’t get to solo but these recordings are still a treasure.
Tarbaby with Special Guests Oliver Lake and Marc Ducret (2014)
>free jazz, post-bop
>This group is intended as a commentary on past and present racial issues in America. The music ranges from violent, angry, and chaotic, to mournful and eloquent, at times utilizing poetry and spoken word.
Eddie Henderson- Phantoms (1994)
>Eddie Henderson was known mostly for his fusion work in the 70’s (in Herbie Hancock’s Mwandishi group), but here he goes for a more straight-ahead sound, while still keeping an adventurous sense of group interplay and improvisation. The group plays several 60’s standards (Dolphin Dance, Naima, Milestones) but also does several original tunes.
Grails - Black Tar Prophecies Vol's 4, 5 & 6
>Post-Rock, Psych Rock
They're all great, but my favorites would have to be >>51968135 and >>51967934
Ari Hoenig- Punkbop: Live at Smalls
>A live recording of a quintet led by drummer Ari Hoenig. The group includes some of the biggest talents in the current jazz scene, and they play energetic, rock-influenced jazz with extended, adventurous improvisation.
Monokrom - Tales of Rabbits & Hares  (MP3 320)
Mel Lewis and the Jazz Orchestra- Bob Brookmeyer, Composer and Arranger (1980)
>This was the famous house band at the Village Vanguard from the 60’s onward, led by Thad Jones and Mel Lewis. Here the band performs charts written and orchestrated by Bob Brookmeyer, and it is probably one of the best documents of Brookmeyer’s skill as an arranger.
Lloydsaddiction - Sway
> German Indie
> Found out about this one through friends and a couple of blogs, praising the album. The songs on it are rather simple and straight forward: what sticks out the most are the melodic arrangements of synths and guitars. Highly recommending this one.
/r/ing Spirit They're Gone, Spirit They've Vanished by Animal Collective
check the archive next time
jesus christ, no one's put this in the archive yet
I had to go grab it from what
James Blake - Press 200 EP
>downtempo, dubstep, electronic, experimental, V0 MP3, 7zip
protip: download this and seed on what for free credit
Ancient Methods - First Method [AM-1] (2007)
Ancient Methods - Second Method [AM-2] (2008)
Ancient Methods - Third Method [AM-3] (2009)
Ancient Methods - Fourth Method [AM4] (2009)
Ancient Methods - Fifth Method [AM-5] (2010)
Ugandan Methods - Sixth Method [AM6]
Ancient Methods vs. Adam X - Cardiac Dysrhythmia EP
Ancient Methods vs. Kareem - Exstinctio Conscientia [FLAC]
Does anyone have any Matthew Herbert? Around the House, Bodily Functions, One Pig etc? The archive links are dead...
I hate to request like this in a sharethread but I've been searching for ages for a good link to no avail.
DMX Krew - 100 Tears
>Acid, techno, lot like Ceephax or The Tuss
check those samples brotha
I wouldn't be sharing it if I didn't like it. There's a lot of variety though, so you may need to spend some time finding a good one for you.
Dax J - Atlantis
What are the chances that someone lurking this thread has some naomi punk?
Literally no torrents, zips, rars
no purchasable mp3
have to order a cd, cassette, or record.
I really am loving the band but not sure if i want to dish out the $20+ dollars for their tunes and wait on shipping.
Since i had trouble finding it, ill share the first album i got from a sketchy site.
Naomi Punk - The Feeling
>psychedelic, punk, rock, drowned out echoy vocals with strong instrumentals