Time to Share!!!
Various Artists - Music  [Compilation] [Vinyl] [MP3 / 192]
>field recordings, minimal wave, experimental, electronic
>Double LP compilation with tunes from experimental/underground Japanese artists.
I'm looking for Solo Violin Improvisations by Polly Bradfield, Les plus belles valses de Klimperei by Klimperei and Cage Machine by Paul Dresher. Someone please help me?
The Motifs - Cross Paths
And So I Watch You From Afar - s/t
>party post rock, one of my fav albums, awesome guitars and energy
Jazzzz Liberatorz - Clin D'Oeil @ 320
>Hip-Hop, Jazz, Soul
Jazz Liberatorz - Fruit of the Past @ 320
>Hip-Hop, Jazz, Soul
St. Germain - Tourist
>technoid jazz, jazzy techno
Penguin Cafe Orchestra - Signs of Life @ FLAC
Can we for once have a thread on /mu/ period that doesn't have one anon who thinks they're clever for meta complaints
Since you want to be a cock I'll just post the megalink to the share I threw into the /metal/ thread already.
Share threads with only 1 or 2 genre's in them are fucking awful. You might as well make a thread dedicated to that genre being shared.
Wild Nothing - Golden Haze @ 320
>Indie Rock, Dream Pop
My fav songs from 2014
>most genres, from deep house to stoner
its like on gig large, but ill bet youll hear something new
Andres Segovia- The Baroque Guitar (1990)
>Often cited as one of the greatest guitar interpreters of classical music, Segovia interprets some well-known and some lesser-known pieces by Baroque masters such as Bach, Frescobaldi, Purcell, and Handel.
Tonbruket- Nubium Swimtrip (2013)
>progressive rock, fusion
>After the unfortunate death of Esbjorn Svensson and the dissolving of the Esbjorn Svensson Trio, the bassist, Dan Berglund started this group. “Tonbruket” translates to “tone workshop” and the group explores the influences of classic progressive rock with unique instrumentation, influences of world music, and a spirit of improvisation.
My old guitar teacher saw him at Carnegie Hall in NY like a year or two before he died. He was rolled onto stage in a wheel chair. At this time, Segovia had his 3rd or 4th wife who was much, much younger than him, and pretty hot iirc.
upping some new stuff, in the mean time take some cool albums from the archive that I like and want to repost
Hella - Hold Your Horse Is
>Math Rock, Zach Hill
>First release by Hella, my favorite of theirs, consistent and fun and pretty crazy
lemme see what cool solo guitar I've got
I'm thinking John Fahey or Django Reinhardt
Edward Simon- Venezuelan Suite (2014)
>Joropo, Merengue, fusion
>Pianist Edward Simon was born in Caracas, Venezuela but has become well-known in the current jazz scene. More than any of his previous recordings this album explores the folk music of his native land with incredible arrangements for a versatile ensemble.
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.
John Cale - The Academy in Peril
>Art Rock, Prog Rock, Experimental, Avant-Garde
>John Cale is super weird but really talented multi-instrumentalist, sort of sound collage in some bits, overall interesting listen from a clever dude
oh boy that's a shame try this one
I'll post a little Fahey then
i'll dl right now and rifle through it let u know if it has some unseen 2014 stuff
I'll up some Flamenco and some Grime then
The Kingston Trio (1958)
>This is the self-titled debut from one of the defining and iconic folk bands.
John Fahey - Fare Forward Voyagers (Soldier's Choice)
>Americana, Solo Guitar, Raga, Folk
>Classic Fahey, awesome release, relaxing and tense, one of his greatest
Actually I'll just go through archive to bring up some cool possibly unnoticed shares
Various - Puro Cante Gitano
>god tier old school flamenco, none of that Paco de Lucia crap
Sergey Kalugin - Nigredo
>Progressive Folk, Singer/Songwriter, Dark Folk, Chamber Folk, Poetry, Flamenco, Folk Rock
>not in English but it doesn’t need to be
Posting another interesting archive link while things upload and I unpack this 2014 singles folder
Think u might want Ghana afrobeat?
Ebo Taylor - Life Stories: Highlife & Afrobeat Classics 1973-1980 (2011)
>Highlife, Afrobeat, Afro-Funk
Ghana's Ebo Taylor is dissected and presented on a double LP generously packed with some of the catchiest Ghana funk, afrobeat and touches of highlife. This is the real deal a real party record too. This is a compilation of various projects that he's worked with as a producer, bandleader, etc. Funky as hell and grooving from start to finish with a couple of familiar tracks that have popped up elsewhere.
Red Rodney- Red Snapper (1988)
>Rodney was one of the great trumpeters who followed in Gillespie's wake in the 50's and after a long spell without recording, he began recording again in the classic bebop style on SteepleChase records in the 1980's.
Ricardo Villalobos - Fizheuer Zieheuer
>House, Micro House, Villalobos is his own sound
>Very unique record of Villalobos taking a single sample and reworking it for the entirety of the record
>super catchy and dancy, I recommend if u like Farben/Jan Jelinek
I recommend the 2014 mix, it's got a pretty good range of genres and popularity
def includes some releases i skipped over which is cool
The Paragons- On the Beach (1967)
>Rocksteady was a vocal-focused style of music to come out of Kingston that proved to be a huge influence on later reggae artists and producers
If you don't like it, then get the fuck out.
From the archive:
Autechre - Confield
>super cold IDM, experimentation with Max computer software to make cold glitch
>Pen Expers is one of the best Autechre tracks imo
Someone requested this in the previous thread:
KK Null – Fertile
Rhythmical noise, experimental techno
Face Candy- Waste Age Teen Land (2011)
>improvisation based rap
>Led by Michael Larsen (a.k.a. Eyedea) this group plays acoustic, improvised music with rapping provided by Larsen and Kristoff Krane, accompanied by bass and drums. Unfortunately Larsen died before this recording was released, making it the group’s last.
Joe Henderson- Multiple (1973)
>fusion, avant-garde, free improvisation
>This album was recorded as Joe Henderson was phasing out of his more free jazz phase, and into his more fusion phase and it captures the best of both worlds. Amazing adventurous solos, over psychedelic, electric grooves, sometimes with almost a spiritual quality to the music.
Pauline Oliveros – Primordial/Lift
Drone (accordion, electronics, cello, electric violin, harmonium, oscillator, voices, toy piano); performed by Pauline Oliveros, Andrew Deutsch, Tony Conrad, Anne Bourne, Alexandria Gelencser, David Grubbs, Scott Olson.
Note: this is the one-track, 71-minute version from Deep Listening Publications. Longer than the Table of the Elements version, and mixed differently too.
Sabu Martinez- Palo Congo (1957)
>Afro-Cuban chant, guaguanco
>This album is percussion heavy and also heavily features traditional Afro-Cuban vocals and chanting.
Shizuka - Persona in Heaven
>lo-fi psychedelic rock, frontwoman killed herself not too long ago
I listened to this for the first time last night, and it's absolutely amazing. The first track is complete noise rock (Unlike the other tracks), so prepare yourself for that.
Miles Okazaki- Mirror (2006)
>progressive composition, experimental, improv
>This is a series of compositions by Japanese guitarist Miles Okazaki. The suite especially explores rhythmic variations, with complex time signatures, poly-rhythms and melodies all happening at once. Interpreting the music is a stellar cast including Chris Potter, David Binney, Miguel Zenon, and Dan Weiss.
The Lyrical Guitar of Pepe Martinez (1968)
>flamenco (flac, vinyl rip)
>The liner notes discuss the fact that there are two distinct camps when it comes to flamenco guitar, the fast and fiery style which is popular with younger (in 1968) players, and Flamenco Lyrico, which was typified in the past by players like Ramon Montoya, and now Pepe Martinez.
Two shitters posting the same types of music in the same types of thread (not dedicated post-bop/techno threads mind you) does not constitute itself as the "tastes of the board" fuck one of them even adopted a trip and I wish the other would to so I could filter their spammy ass.
Stop calling actual sharers shitters because you and the other fucktards are too illiterate to share shit that personally interests you. Fuck off to your /metal/ containment thread you cancerous shitposter.
Andrew Hill- Pax (1975)
>post-bop, free jazz
>This session was recorded in 1965 with Hill joined by a fantastic quintet but never released by Blue Note until 1975. The music is full of fire and passion and walks that precarious line between form and freedom with a sort of eloquent danger.
Nemo and the Lucky Fins - Just Keep Swimming Part 1 (2014)
>The first half of Finding Nemo, Spoken Word, Hip Hop
Dave Holland- Life Cycle (1982)
>Dave Holland has been one of the best and most versatile bassists for the past 40 years. In 1982 he recorded this solo cello album on ECM, playing both improvised and composed pieces.
Neutral Milk Hotel- In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
>post-bob, free jazz, techno
yeah post-bob is my favorite sharethread meme
>I'll just post the megalink to the share I threw into the /metal/ thread already.
Wow, why am I not surprised
Anyway, I'm the anon who went around getting requests at the end of the sharethread last night. I'll try to do the same today, even if it's not a request thread.
Also, for the guy who asked for D / P / I - HEAD TEAR OF THE DRUNKEN SUN here you go:
I'll dump some other music I have as well.
No problem, man
Hey, it's no biggie. Glad I could help. TBH, helping people find things is great for me too because it gets me a lot of new music I wouldn't otherwise know of. So thanks for requesting it!
Anyway, here's some other stuff while >>52431215
is being looked for
Hiatus Kaiyote - By Fire (2014)
I'll get some of my Jack Rose for you.
Pelotan - Summer Means Fun (2010)
>The only Japanese surf-punk album ever according to RYM
Well I guess I'll do the same, since I posted this album when the sharethread had already reached bump limit
Tarentel - Ghetto Beats On The Surface Of The Sun
>post-rock, psychedelic, some drone and some noise, also has some tribal elements to it as well.
The Hotelier - Home, Like Noplace Is There [FLAC]
>2014core, emo with pop punk influence
DNF - Discography (including recent ep Hurt)
>Powerviolence, hardcore punk, features members of Trash Talk and Touche Amore
Here's a nice big 3 album collection of some Jack Rose for you
Jack Rost - S/T, The Black Twig Pickers, Kensington Blues
Com Truise is basically channeling Vangelis' work on the Blade Runner soundtrack, while giving a stylistic nod to instrumental hip-hop and modern bass/beats music.
That said, there are several albums that should be up your alley for that sort of thing...unfortunately I have a link for only one of them at the moment:
>Kuedo - Severant
Global Communication - 76:14
B12 - Time Tourist
Vangelis - Blade Runner Trilogy: 25th Anniversary (3CD)
Not the one who requested this, but thanks for uploading it!
If anyone can get ahold of this, that'd be wonderful. Preferably in a rar or zip.
Thanks in advance
街角麻婆豆 - 東方縦笛地霊殿 - 冬コミプレビュー版
>playful classical, very cutesy and amusing
>straight outta comiket 87
Body Count - Manslaughter (2014)
>Thrash/rap metal band fronted by Ice-T with lyrical themes focusing on social issues such as drug abuse and the decline of of manhood in modern culture.
>Personal AOTY 2014
Dan Warren - Son of Strelka, Son of God
>experimental, spoken word, Obamacore
Some guy spent 4 years, on and off, picking apart one of president Obama's audiobooks, isolating short words and phrases, taking those pieces, crafting an epic about a dog-headed demigod who re-creates the world, and setting it to music. It's something that has to be experienced to be understood. The download comes with liner notes that include a short synopsis of each chapter, easing the task of deciphering this cryptic work.
On a side note, if anyone has a transcript of this album, sharing it would be awesome.
Go Gozy - Silverlining
>dream-pop, shoe gaze
Jumi - Unreal Monsters
>suburban gothic hip-hop
Yacht - Shangri-la 
>Twee Pop, Indie
IDM / Experimental / Ambient
Haven't got it all uploaded yet but it should be done tonight
Peel Session 2
Move of Ten
I can't believe nobody has chimed in to say that this is awesome.
it is literally the first post in the archive under searching for it.
Does your mother have to tell you where the water is when you look at the sink and cant get it out by staring at it?
"dean blunt black metal mega" how fucking difficult is this?
you're a fucking retard. seriously, think before posting you worthless sack of shit.
search "dean blunt black metal mega" so that it shows megaupload links.
anon most people don't get mad enough to post 5 times from being corrected about something so simple, in fact I've never seen that happen before
perhaps you should take a break from the internet
i'm a dude but i can put a skirt on just to listen to it
Drag the River - Closed.
> Alt-country. 2 ex-punkers (Jon Snodgrass from Armchair Martian and Chad Price from All) pick up lap steels and acoustics and make country music. Good balance of bruisers and boozers, with some good vocal performances and lyrics. Good entry point for alt-country.
David Kikoski- Consequences (2012)
>post-bop, piano trio
>Kikoski is one of the most talented and versatile pianists around and on this album he is joined by one of the hardest swinging rhythm sections around.
Mucho Macho Machito (1948-49)
>Afro-Cuban jazz, mambo
>Machito was one of the leading percussionists who worked with American bebop players in the 40's to begin to define Cuban/jazz fusion. This is a compilation of some of his best recordings with his big band.
Oblivians - Soul Food
> Primitive Garage rock. A 3 piece with two guitars, lo-fi production, and vocals that bounce between screams and Elvis influences. Borders on noise rock on a few tracks, but it always manages to be pretty catchy and interesting to listen to.
Eric Watson- Jaded Angels (2006)
>piano trio, European jazz
>Eric Watson is a French pianist who plays with a unique sense of harmony that gives this trio’s music a very open, free sound. The harmony is almost completely nonfunctional, so the music almost sounds as if it is being improvised freely, but close listening will reveal that much of the music is actually carefully composed.
Cory Branan - The Hell You Say
> Alt-country/Singer-songwriter. Memphis country mixed with some Springsteen and classic americana, with beautiful delivery and super quotable lyrics.
Dave Holland and Barre Philips- Music from Two Basses (1971)
>free improvisation, avant-garde
>Holland and Philips are both two masters of the upright bass, both known for their willingness to experiment and excel at just about any style they play in. On this album, the two bassists perform in a duet setting and provide both a satisfying amount of contrast, and an entertaining sense of interplay.
Billy Hart- Sixty Eight (2011)
>post-bop, free jazz
>This is Hart’s sixty-eighth recording on SteepleChase, but his first as a leader. The lineup is trumpet, alto, vibes, piano, bass and then Hart on drums. The playing is loose and abstract and there is a lot of high-level interplay from the players.
Anthony Braxton- Composition 113 (1983)
>avant-garde composition, free improv
>This is a programmatic piece for improvisers about six distinct personalities riding a train together. Braxton performs each of the six pieces on solo soprano saxophone and represents the different characters and their personalities through his performance.
Coachwhips - Bangers vs Fuckers
> Garage Rock. Another 3 piece, with a keyboard, drums, and a guitarist singing through a busted telephone receiver. Loud, violent, with not a song over 3 minutes and most under 2. Addicting.
The rest of the Oblivians discography is great too, check out Popular Favorites.
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.
David Binney- Lifted Land (2013)
>progressive free improvisation, electronic composition
>Binney presents his music in a new light on this record. He continues to put forth memorable melodies and catchy “hooks,” but the music is explored with a more free and adventurous sense during the improvisational sections. Pianist Craig Taborn reflects Binney’s attitude of freedom and adventure, and some of the tracks include touches of experiments with electronics.
[Various Artists] Lucky Lotus & Touitsu Recordings - Dawn of the Sol -Day One-
>Electronic, trance, eurotrance, j-core, vocaloid, EDM, hardstyle
Download: Pay what you want on the bandcamp
Ray Barretto- Indestructible (1973)
>salsa, son, rumba
>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.
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.
Fatso Jetson - Stinky Little Gods
> Desert/Surf/Stoner/Weirdo rock. Drum-heavy and hypnotic grooves with surf riffs, Mario Lalli's weird and powerful voice, and the occasional track that doesn't make any fucking sense and wheels country-western and stoner rock influences. It's nuts.
Alex Sipiagin- Equilibrium (2004)
>With the same horn section from Destinations Unknown, but a more swing based rhythm section, this album is a nice mid-point between Sipiagin's earlier swing-based music and his later, more exploratory recordings. It features some very good original compositions, as well as a few great arrangements of standards and incredible improvisation throughout the record.
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.
Havnatt - Havdogn
>Norwegian dark folk/neo-folk duet, beautiful guitar and female vocals
Havnatt - Etterlatte
>hip hop beats, soul
start with the High Life album and work your way up.
Haruka Nakamura's new live album "Curtain Call." Really beautiful stuff, it came out a couple days ago.
Really recommend this album for any fan of his album Twilight, or piano music in general. Nakamura has a talent for taking a simple melody line and expanding it to much greater heights. I can upload his album Twilight as well if anyone is interested.
A Bunny's CAravan
Sean McCabe | It's Time (2014)
soulful house, groovy house music
Sean McCabe featuring Migosy | Embrace You
First time posting in a share thread, figured I'd throw up something for once.
The Lovehaters - The Lovehaters E.P (2005/2006)
>lo-fi noise rock, Dunedin sound
Tarentel - Ghost Weight
mega's preferably to some because zippy takes down files if they aren't downloaded for 6 months, but I heard mega doesn't work so well on internet explorer or some other browser, it works fine on chrome and firefox though
ADULT. - The Way Things Fall
>synthpop with elements of post-punk and gothic rock, a more melancholy and brooding album than the duo's previous electroclash and synthpunk albums
Tarentel - Paperwhite
[YouTube] Tarentel - Golden State Overnight (embed)
Prinzhorn Dance School - Prinzhorn Dance School
>minimalistic post-punk/dance punk, imagine Young Marble Giants with Gang of Four basslines fronted by Mark E. Smith