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King Sunny & His African Beats - Aura (1984)
>funk, Nigerian pop music
Alice Coltrane - Divine Songs (1987)
No her best album tbqh.
Jesu - s/t (2004)
>drone metal, shoegaze
Arto Lindsay - Noon Chill, 1997
>Bossa Nova (mixed with Trip Hop), Jazz pop. Similar to the Nits, 1990's Eno somehow.
LFO - Frequencies (1981)
>Techno, IDM, Bleep. Classic Warp.
>Psychedelic Rock, Neo-Psychedelia
John Coltrane - Giant Steps (1960)
Uakti - I Ching (1994)
>Brazillian Progressive Folk, New Age, homemade intruments, Wold Music.
Listen to this if you like Steve Reich, gamelan percussions, Akira OST.
shamelessly stolen from this blog: listentothis.info
Testpattern - Après Midi (1982)
>Japanese synthpop, Art pop, Techno Kayo. Proto-vaporware bits. Haruomi Hosono (YMO) project.
Sounds like a new-wave version of the High Llamas.
Patato Valdes and his Latin Percussion Friends- Authority (1976)
>guaguanco, Afro-Cuban improvisation
>Valdes was one of the percussionists who played on a number of great Latin records in the 50’s and 60’s. This album is heavy on percussion and vocals and features the stringed instruments quinto and tres in the traditional Cuban style of guaguanco.
Local Natives- Gorilla Manor (2009)
>The debut album from L.A.-based indie rock band Local Natives. The album features strong and varied songwriting, held together with excellent and memorable vocal harmony.
Paul Bley- Notes on Ornette (1997)
>Pianist Paul Bley recently passed away and had a prolific recording career. This is one of his more obscure albums. These interesting takes on the music of Ornette Coleman approach the music from a swing standpoint, allowing Bley the freedom to explore his melodic and rhythmic creativity over the mostly walking bass/drum duo of Jay Anderson and Jeff Herschfield. Though the set explores Coleman's music, the approach is at times reminiscent of Lennie Tristano's trio work.
Tim Hardin- Vol. 1 (1966)
>The debut album by songwriter and singer Tim Hardin. His very personal lyrics and singing style work wonderfully well on this album with many of the tracks accompanied by a well-arranged string section.
Bnegão & Seletores de Freqüência- Sintoniza Lá (2012)
>Brazilian hip hop, funk, ska
>A very good rap album from Brazilian artist Bnegão with really great and catchy hooks from the horn section. It mixes influence of various Latin musics with old-school funky hip hop.
Larry Young- Lawrence of Newark (1973)
>fusion, space-funk, free improvisation
>Organist Larry Young always showed a willingness to experiment and push the boundaries and this 1973 album was recorded at the height of the fusion craze and captures his very unique and free take on fusion.
Hometape - The Redtube Album
genre- plunderphonics, downtempo, sampling
a producer created an album using a bunch of porn samples. Pretty good, would recommend listening to it, its fun.
>d/l - https://mega.nz/#!9kZkBZKK!6q4FDVWo0xLzwESbWLiWHCOe8Ehh9sAgpwKzuy3T6d0
Dora De Marinis (piano) and Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra- Alberto Ginastera: Piano Concertos Nos. 1 and 2 (2001)
>20th Century Classical
>Argentinian composer Alberto Ginastera is considered one of the most important South American composers. His piano music is especially great and these two excellently recorded piano concertos are some of his best work.
Clare Fischer- Surging Ahead
>cool jazz, bebop, piano trio.
>Fischer has the melodic and rhythmic sensibilities of Lennie Tristano mixed with the subtlety and harmonic complexity of Bill Evans
Muhammad Hakim / Zâwiya Hilaliya- Sufi Chanting From Syria: Dhikr Qâdirî Khâlwatî (2002)
>Syrian folk, Sufi chant
>The Dhikr Qâdirî Khâlwatî is a traditional Muslim ceremony every Friday by Sufi cantors in various parts of Syria.
Lee Noble - No Becoming
>prioritised this because someone was looking for it
>Ambient guitar music, Musique Concrete, Lo-Fi
David Virelles- Mbókò: Sacred Music for Piano, Two Basses, Drum Set and Biankoméko Abakuá (2014)
>canto Abakuá, sacred Afro-Cuban jazz
>Pianist David Virelles takes influence from his native land of Cuba and translates the traditional music of the Abakuá religion and interprets it with modern jazz sensibilities, producing music that sounds both traditional and sacred, and adventurous and modern. Between the dark harmony of the piano, the two double-basses, and the unique timbre of the Biankoméko drum, this is a very innovative and original record.
Muddy Waters- Electric Mud (1968)
>Producer Marshall Chess suggested to Muddy Waters that he should try recording his songs with a more experimental, psychedelic rock feel. This album is the result.
Destroyer - We'll Build Them a Golden Bridge
>someone was looking for this YONKS ago
Sam Rivers- Contours (1965)
>post-bop, free jazz
>Most of reed player Sam Rivers' Blue Note recordings fall somewhere between the lines of advanced hard bop and free jazz. This record (with a band of Blue Note all-stars) finds the perfect balance between these approaches.
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.)
Evgeny Zarafiants- Scriabin Preludes Vol. 1 (2000)
>Russian pianist Zarafiants performing Scriabin's take on the "24 preludes" tradition. An excellent recording of these excellent and succinct compositions.
Ernie Agosto y La Conspiracion- Ernie's Conspiracy (1972)
>A high-energy recording from an underrated salsa group from the early 70's. The arrangements and solos are complex but full of fire and spirit that match the angry and politically-driven lyrics.
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.
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
Thievery Corporation- The Richest Man in Babylon (2002)
>trip hop, world fusion
>This is Theivery Corporations third album and it draws influence from a variety of disparate sources including bossa, dub, jazz, dance music, rap, reggae, and Indian music.
The Velvet Illusions- Acid Head (1967)
>garage rock, psychedelia
>Heavy drug influences abound in this trippy, lo-fi recording from the little known psych-rock band The Velvet Illusions.
Stacy Dillard- Good and Bad Memories (2012)
>Tenor player Stacy Dillard has a raw, earthy tone that recalls the soulful but forward thinking styles of Joe Henderson and Wayne Shorter. This album represents his only release as a leader and focuses on his memorable, even catchy, original material. The band approaches the improvisation with an adventurous touch and come and go from the form and harmony of the tunes as they stretch toward free improvisation.
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.
Dandy Teru- Adventures (2013)
>nu-jazz, trip hop
>An intriguingly chill album from producer Dandy Teru that blends equal parts funk, soul, hip hop, and R&B.
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.
I've got 4 of these tracks included on the Trojan rocksteady box set, but love having the whole album release.
any more rocksteady era music would be greatly appreciated, it's my favorite Jamaican style.
someone posted the Termites lp the other day, which is also bitchin'
Chris Lightcap's Bigmouth- Epicenter (2015)
>fusion, free jazz, contemporary jazz
>Led by bassist Chris Lightcap, this band is made up of a virtual who's who in the contemporary free jazz scene including saxophonists Chris Cheek and Tony Malaby, keyboardist Craig Taborn, and drummer Gerald Cleaver.
Aldemaro Romeo- Dinner in Caracas (1955)
>Venezuelan folk, traditional, classical
>These are orchestral arrangements of traditional Venezuelan folk tunes from various genres like joropo, waltz, bambuco, and merengue (very different than Dominican merengue). The merengue might be the most interesting of Venezuela's folk dances because it is in a mutated version of 5/8, that doesn't have a correct way to be notated.
Kate Bush - Lionheart
Erykah Badu- Mama's Gun (2000)
>Singer Erykah Badu gives a modern interpretation of African American music, blending soul, R&B, funk, jazz, and hip hop for a catchy, fun, and thoroughly entertaining album.
Bark Psychosis - ///Codename: Dustsucker
Conrad Herwig- A Voice Through the Door (2012)
>post-bop, original composition
>Virtuoso trombonist Conrad Herwig presents some very well-written original tunes played by a stellar quintet. Tenor player Ralph Bowen and pianist Orrin Evans channel the classic Coltrane/Tyner sound at several points during the album.
Kill the Vultures- s/t (2005)
>Possibly the best album from the Minneapolis-based experimental hip hop group. The off-kilter samples borrow from free jazz and classical music and work well for the intense and edgy lyrics.
Charles Mingus- East Coasting (1957)
>hard-bop, jazz compostion
>a lesser-known set of mostly originals recorded by Mingus in '57. The lineup features Bill Evans, and also Mingus's common collaborator Jimmy Knepper on trombone.
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.
anything fela kuti, im trying to get into afrobeat
Mundell Lowe- Guitar Moods (1956)
>Guitarist Mundell Lowe has never recieved a lot of critical attention in the jazz world, but he had a dedicated following in his time. On this album he focuses on mood and atmosphere for a set of relaxed, laid-back guitar jazz.
Sun City Girls - Dante's Disneyland Inferno
>Spoken word, Beat Poetry, Somewhat Jazzy, Ambient, Folk, sometimes funny, sometimes deeply unsettling
>The weirdest fucking album ever, you'll get strange looks if you ever tell anybody about it, Ween on Crack
>haven't listened to it all the way through, but what I've heard is really fucking good
I really hope someone likes this, it's fuckin long so it took ages to upload
Fela Kuti and Afrika 70 - Zombie
Fela Kuti - Teacher Don't Teach Me Nonsense
looooong afrobeat jams
Satoko Fujii- Double Take (2000)
>avant-garde jazz, big band
>This album features two distinct bands, the "East" and "West" Orchestras playing Fujii's interesting and experimental compositions for large ensemble. The compositions feature unique instrumentation, forms, and free improvisation.
Fela Kuti - Expensive Shit / He Miss Road
Fela Kuti - Open & Close / Afrodisiac
The Bulgarian State Radio & Television Female Vocal Choir- Le Mystere des Voix Bulgares (1975)
>choral Bulgarian folk
>A compilation of contemporary choral arrangements of Bulgarian folk music. Haunting and beautiful.
Fela Kuti - Confusion / Gentleman
that's not the point of a sharethread you dumb berry. almost all music is available on slsk if you know what you're looking for but the point of a sharethread is to find new music you didn't know you were looking for.
Alex Smoke - Stauner EP (2015)
>Techno, IDM, Electronic
I would never have thought would be the case. I have vaguely fond memories of spending several hours at a time trying to acquire MP3s on dialup. Must be fucking glorious now by comparison, getting them in a few seconds.
It's in the /mu/-core archive you retard.
Yea I was being sarcastic because these threads always get to a point where at least one poster relentlessly badgers everyone about "it's on soulseek" instead of just shutting the fuck up.
obviously it's on soulseek or rutracker or what, etc. the point of these threads is to share and DL music from THESE THREADS not slsk. saying it's on slsk is pointless.
Alex Smoke - Love Over Will (2016)
>Experimental Techno, IDM, Electronic
Ok so I lied about going to bed, got one more cooking
Altered States - Mosaic
>Japanese Noise Rock, Avant-Garde Jazz, Groove Heavy
>one of my all time favorites
I Have Been Floated - Fine Vibrations 
>Psychedelic Rock, Garage Rock
Rafael Anton Irisarri - A Fragile Geography 
The Consonant C - Capes & Crowns
Archtree- Unreleased Tracks
>progressive trance, ambient electronic
>my friend made this-core
Polar Inertia – Kinematic Optics
> first part is brutal, second is ambient, all of it is cold, there's a story of sorts involved too (one track has spoken word)
I love Scriabin, got the 8-CD complete solo piano works played by Maria Lettberg recently. Too big to upload but there's a FLAC torrent link on Pirate Bay.
Hahaha what the hell is this album cover.
>>62058934 >>62059564 >>62059782 >>62061391
These seem very interesting, thank you.
Fuck that shit. Everyone's played it, it's 50 years old, it sounds like crap. Write a new song, and stop playing that goddamn song. I don't care if you can fuckin' modulate it, and change the shit up- you can play it in 7, you can play it in 9- it's fucking boring. That's what I think about Giant Steps.
Serafuse – Fallen Angel
> ambient techno
> cold, glassy, urban
> released on :zoviet*france:'s Charrm label
Melvins + Lustmord – Pigs of the Roman Empire
> sludge metal + dark ambient
Sounds like what you'd expect from them. Some tracks are pure Lustmord, some are pure Melvins, some are collaborations. It works.
Does anyone here have The Blue Notebooks by Max Richter?
Roger Rodier – Upon Velveatur
> psychedelic folk
> "You give so many reasons for the weakness you hide..."
And yes, it's very good.
Dream Theater - The Astonishing
>prog metal, probably the AOTY behind Blackstar
The World! Evangelion JAZZ Night =Tokyo III Jazz Club = - Shiro Sagisu
Jazz covers of Evangelion songs, features music from Rebuild. Actually pretty good.
/r/'ing Antic Clay's Hilarious Death Blues, all the links in the archives are down.
Espíritus Chocarreros - En Vivo en Club V - 28 de Agosto
>Noise Rock, Noise, Live
>Great noise rock band from Argentina. They have no official recordings, this is a bootleg from one of their shows
Thinking Fellers Union Local 282 - Strangers From the Universe (1994)
>experimental indie, lo-fi
Hako Yamasaki (山崎ハコ) - Tobimasu (飛・び・ま・す) (1975)
>folk, world music, japanese, enka
The Nightcrawlers - Traveling Backwards (compilation released 1997 - music all dates from 1983 to 87)
>electronic ambient, progressive electronic, post-berlin school, space music, new age
american group of basement musicians listen to klaus schulze once, produce piles of charming tapes of 80s electronica for nobody in particular, and eventually are compiled here by some german label (they released a few "real" polished records too)
this is nice and professionally recorded btw, and is gem in any of the genres listed
fans of spacey 80s synths will be in heaven probably
Current 93 with Thomas Ligotti - This Degenerate Little Town (2001)
>spoken word poetry, abstract Lovecraftian horror
Hako Yamasaki (山崎ハコ) - Tsunawatari (綱渡り) (1976)
>folk, world music, japanese
Michael Chapman - Fully Qualified Survivor (1970) 
>Gorgeous British folk rock. John Martyn-tier.
>"…Psychedelic acoustic guitars parts blend seamlessly with spaced out ripples of rock music of the day…"
The singer sounds A LOT like Bowie circa 1970-71. With Mick Ronson (before he joined the Spiders From Mars).
Current 93 with Thomas Ligotti - The Unholy City (2003)
>spoken word, horror
and the last one
Hako Yamasaki (山崎ハコ) - Yuishin (唯心) (1996)
>Pop, Folk, World, & Country, Japanese
Current 93 with Thomas Ligotti - In a Foreign Town, In a Foreign Land (1997)
>spoken word, dark ambient, horror
Does anyone have this album?
>Esther Russell Sings The Open Gate
>folk / gospel / appalachian
I've looked everywhere and unless someone here has ripped their vinyl it doesn't exist in mp3 format at all.
Does anyone have a mega for priest?
Someone a while back post The Game by Priest, but just the single. I'd like the full album. I can't find them to download anywhere, or in the archive. All I can find is their youtube, and their iTunes to buy it from. https://itunes.apple.com/album/priest/id983727591
Adding to this, I looked on the play store and it's there too.
I'm thinking about jut paying the ten bucks for it since they're not a very big band. Thing is, will I actually own the music if I buy it, or will it just be linked to my account and the music app?
Priest - Priest 
>synth pop, electronic
Chipmunks on 16 speed - Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 (2015)
>sludgepop, covers of pop songs
You're welcome. You'll probably also enjoy Bull of Heaven - A Lovely Pear
You can get it here on their official site.
It's file 005
Confetti's - 92...Our First Album (1988)
>electro, synthpop, New Beat, was supposed to be like a more fun version of EDM and the future of dance of music. This album is probably the closest the genre came to becoming mainstream. I have a bit more stuff in this genre if people are interested.
OFF - Organisation For Fun
>New Beat, EBM, industrial, synthpop, electro, a bit more steeped in the EBM roots of the genre than Confetti's
not him but he's right
"please post any material you want from popular artist" is a shitpost and newfags who can't even find that stuff on their own should just fuck off, for fucks' sake it's like they don't know how to read the sticky or torrent
I am pretty sure the point of the retort posts isn't that we don't agree with him, more that we dislike his over the top /b/ like attitude. Also, this is all just shitposting too, so let's stop.
Requesting Dead Man Walking in FLAC off of this
Don't need the whole album, just the one song. Some anon said it was on what but never uploaded it. Been asking for 3 or 4 threads now to no avail.
As someone who contributes a lot, this. I think it's bad courtesy to make an artist request. There are usually some albums/EPs by that artist on the archive already. Ask for something specific.
Brainbombs - Discography
>essential noise rock, post hardcore, edgy
Take the interview if it matters that much to you. Also, this.
Erotic Dissidents - Naked Angel
>New Beat, Euro House, slutwave, a more sexed up house infused version, Lords of Acid would make this style their own soon after. I'm not sure if this is more house than New Beat, but I decided to include it because... sex.
Thanks for requesting this.
Thanks for sharing it. This shit is great. I dig the way the japanese language sounds but so much of the jap music I see in sharethreads sounds like weeb shit.
Is it really a good song though? The changes are incredible, but the melody sucks and it's so fucking fast even Coltrane had to just play 1 2 3 5 on most of the chords because it's so fast. No one can really solo that fast with those changes.
Besides countdown is the superior tune.
>electro, synthpop, New Beat, a single but I think it's important enough to post, a bunch of their songs remixed into 2 songs and with lots and lots and lots of spoken word samples, really I wish they would have done an album long mix like this.
This is probably the last of the New Beat for now, I need to make something to eat before I pass out.
Thanks for these
Behemoth - Live at the BBC EP (2015)
>blackened death metal, black metal, satanic polish goat slaughterers
The Vapors - New Clear Day
>new wave, pop, one-hit wondercore
you dont have to visit /vr/ to appreciate dong expansion
>probably the AOTY behind Blackstar
Malignus Youth - Missa Brevis (1998)
>renaissance classical influenced hardcore punk
DL (260 - 232):
Violent Femmes - Violent Femmes (1983)
>Folk punk, alternative rock, punk rock, TonyHawkcore
Tally Hall - Complete Demos
>Indie Pop, Alternative Rock
Taeko Ohnuki - Sunshower (1977)
>Japanese Funk / Soul, Pop, Folk, World, & Country
Requesting: Ken - By Request Only
Toby Fox - Undertale Soundtrack
>chiptune, soundtrack, video game
dedicated nudist colony - ian valentine (wav / 320mp3)
>experimental electronic, glitch hop, sampling
it's extremely simplistic chiptunes that sound like they were made by an 11 year old. The only reason anyone "likes" this garbage is because of the "lulzsorandum" game that it's attached to. I'm sick of this shit.
Fact: Hating this game is bigger meme than liking it.
>it's extremely simplistic chiptunes that sound like they were made by an 11 year old.
you just can't possibly hold that opinion
it's toby fox, the man made a lot of really good video game ost's, never played the game so hate it all you like, but don't misdirect your criticism. you'll only make yourself look blindly frustrated. anyway i digress, who cares
Tim Hecker - Love Streams
>ambient, LEAKED ALREADY
I thought I was safe from this shit outside of /v/
Now I know nowhere is safe.
ok, you got me on that one, I'm sorry, I am just frustrated at how much posative attention this game gets simply for being "quirky" when the game it's self isn't that good. Maybe the music it's self is good to people that actually like modern chiptunes though.
He's done 3 things:
- The Halloween Hack for Earthbound, where he originally made the track Megalovania
- Music for Homestuck, where he, once again, used Megalovania
- Undertale, where he, ONCE AGAIN, used Megalovania
Everybody on /mu/ needs this album.
Africa - Music From Lil' Brown (1968)
Amazing album of early Afro-rock. One of my all-time favorites.
>going on /v/
don't do that.jpg
also no, the game is a shitty, that doesn't change wherever you lurk
eh i got it wrong, it's a different guy, but for more of the same type of deal, look up jake kaufman, mighty switch force ost is jammin
I DL'd it from the previous thread.
it's pretty fucking great.
two interesting if trivial observations:
the title and cover art are direct references to The Band's Music From Big Pink, which was also released that same year. these africans had a very close eye on what was the hippest, most current western releases to be able to pull that off. unless The Band got it from them? seems unlikely, as Africa was doing Western music and The Band was not doing Afropop.
and 2, their version of Light My Fire is a Donut.
actually i just gave up and recorded my vinyl. working on cleaning up the rip right now and converting to flac. i'll post a link in about an hour maybe. I don't use megaupload so i'll figure something out.
I downloaded it, but I'm not entirely sure how to test it, as it's an album that's not out yet and I'm not farmiar with the music that is in the zip,. Though it certainly doesn't sound like the description he game the music, it sounds like ambient choral music with flutes and guitars haphazardly mixed in.
actually, I take it back, the 4AD page for it says this
"Love Streams takes its cues from the avant-classical orchestration and extreme electronic processing of Tim Hecker's previous full-length, 2013’s Virgins, but shaped into more melancholic, ultraviolet hues. Inspired by notions of 15th century choral scores (particularly those by Josquin des Prez), transposed to an artificial intelligence-era language of digital resonance and bright synths"
which does kind of match this... but still it seems to haphazardly mixed to actually be real... could be an early mix though I guess... but I doubt it.
Electric Masada - At the Mountains of Madness
>Avant-garde Jazz, Noise Rock, John Zorn, Klezmer
you know, I used to think requests were ok, but with the amount of people expecting to be spoonfed easy to find shit recently I move that as of next thread requests no longer be allowed, this is getting ridiculous. The point of these threads is to be introduced to stuff outside of your normal listening anyhow, not for use to be your personal music finder because you are lazy.
Requests have always been a part of sharethreads. If it's in the archive already - fair enough, they are a piece of shit. Other times, people have always been helpful. It isn't a big deal.
>Requests have always been a part of sharethreads.
no in fact they havent. its only within the last 3-4 years that people have loosened up to them. if you tried requesting something before that in a sharethread you would be flamed so hard you would cry irl and kill yourself ensuring you never came back. fuck off if you seriously dont know how to find music on the internet 15 years after internet speeds made it possible to easily download/upload album sized files. if you cant find music on your own leave and come back in a few years when you actually understanding culture surrounding music in the internet age. otherwise you are simply a detractor to the board sucking the life out of it and addingf nothing of value.
They're not actually from Africa. The band members were R&B, Doo-Wop, and Rocksteady studio musicians who met in LA.
You're very right about the reference to The Band. I think it was meant to be a parody of sorts. While Dylan's studio musicians got a big pink house, the nameless R&B studio musicians only had a lil' brown shed.
And yep. I found them through Dilla.
Man Forever - Pansophical Cataract (2012)
>drone, avant-garde rock, 2 18 minute songs of recording the same drumbeat multiple times and overlaying them.
reccing this if anyone hasn't heard it, shit's divine senpai
there were a few earlier in the thread actually, but you are right, it hasn't completely taken over the thread like it has other threads recently, sorry, over reacting a bit maybe.
yeah, I have to admit I laughed pretty hard at that, anyhow, have some music since this thread is supposed to be about sharing music
Borden, Ferraro, Godin, Halo, & Lopatin - Frkwys Vol 7
>experimental electronics, minimal, ambient, I'm always tempted to put & Fripp at the end of the artist section as a joke
Don't suppose anyone's got The Protomen, Acts 1 and 2?
Not that guy but that's just a pathetic copout response anon
you can do better, that is if you have any reason for having your stance on the matter, but it seems you don't, which would make you a faggot
>grown up are talking
>OMG STOP LIKING THIS THING BECAUSE 4CHAN SAYS TO ALSO U MUST BE FROM TUMBLR CUZ TUMBLR IS BAD!!!
yeah, seems like such a calm and mature conversation to me
or rutracker, really it seems so fucking weird that rutracker is never even mentioned here anymore, a lot of these requests wouldn't even happen if people learned to use rutracker.
okay, that's a fair excuse, but slsk is one of many sources.
also it's on the archive jesus christ
when I used to lurk /v/ that was what they drilled into me, do they not do that anymore? Cmon
flac rip, same link I used
finally done. hope you're still here>>62070401
>Esther Russel sings The Open Gate (1962) (folk / gospel)
unfortunately its in mono. didn't realize until It was already uploaded. I'll make it stereo and reupload for the next thread.
I don't think it's the same guy, as his image is from a comic within the the homestuck universe , it would be ironic though if he actually didn't realize that is it's origins though.