this thread rules.
Here is my contribution, it took 4 hours to upload...
ladies and gentleman, in one 517mb RAR, I present:
6 albums and many many hours of Iancu Dumitrescu!
A Priori, 5 Implosions, Mythos, Astree Lointaine, Holzwege, Galaxy, Movemur Et Sumus, Reliefs, Memoriels, Basoreliefs, Meteors and Pulsars, Ouranos, Gnossis, Orion, Swarms, Labyrinthe, Pierres Sacrees, Harryphones, and Grand Ourse in this lovingly-assembled collection.
This really only collects about 40% of his work but some of it is a bit impossible to find. Highly reccomended.
3 more Iancu albums (including a collab with David Prescott), along with some other goodies thrown in, including the new Flower Man. 449mb.
This looks awesome. Thanks much.
It's a shame that in his home-country nobody heard of him and his albums are impossible to find.
One more iancu
with Gol and Ana-Maria Avram "Musique Directe (2008)"
Singles 89-92, Total Destruction and Unsane by Unsane. All out of print poorly, some of the greatest noiserock ever made.
Here's Ruth White.
She made a couple of great electronic albums in the late 1960's before going on to a career making music for kids albums.
Seven Trumps from the Tarot Cards Plus Pinions, 1968
The Flowers of Evil, 1969
Both these records are excellent. I had them already, but thanks for posting them anyway.
And cheers atsonicpork
You OUGHT TO listen to this :
BRAZEN : ... As Floods Decrease
OOP for ages.
Uploaded for a friend, but i thought i might as well put it up here.
MIKE KELLEY - THE PERILSTALTIC AIRWAVES & PLATO'S CAVE... (1987)
Mike Kelley is one of my favourite american artists. Born in 1954, he's known for his performances, installations, videos and for being a former member of the noise rock/anti-rock outfit Destroy All Monsters (with Jim Shaw).
The A-side of this tape is the recording of a performance with Jack Shelley, Nic Greene, Dave Childs, Nancy Evans on KPFK Radio in sept. 30 1986, the B-side is recorded live December 5, 1986 at Artists Space in New York with Sonic Youth, Molly Cleator and Adam Rudolph on didgeridoo.
this experimental/noise rock/spoken word gem was ripped by Rain and you can get it here (ZIP/RS)
Publié par armeur H à l'adresse 12:37
Source: Master Cassette > PC > CD > EAC > CD > EAC > FLAC Frontend 1.7.1 Etree Edition >
01) Tough Fuckin Shit
02) Fuck You Up and Get High
03) Satan Was Way Cool
04) Blah Blah Blah Blah
06) When the Water Will Take Back the Land
07) Run from the World
08) In This World
09) That Highway Won't Get You To Heaven
10) Ace of Spade
11) She Was A Beautiful Woman
12) I've Just Seen A Face Lift
13) Trash Can
14) Are You Positive
15) Loser (Demo)
Sunburned Hand Of The Man - Blues For Game 2
OMG!!! OMG!!! thanks for this ive wanted to get some old beck for aaaages
i loved mellow gold and odelay but since those albums hes been pretty boring imo.. i miss that craziness from those records
so i just hope this is something similar
This Beck album is more enjoyable than anything else I've ever heard. I know that's the ubiquitous indie thing to say, but... well, he doesn't really work as a popstar for me.
The Hanatarash And His eYe
Tom Carter & Robert Horton - Campfire (sloow tapes 2009)
Casual late night camfire jams byRobert Horton and Tom Carter, with laidback appearances by Natacha Robinson, Janet and Mary Carter. Baked guitars, boot and percussion. On special request there’s only 40 copies of this one.
Bippp - French Synth Wave 1979-85
The fairly recent resurgence of interest in French electronic music has no doubt given a massive boost to the attention surrounding the US release of BIPPP: French Synth Wave 1979-1985. As Justice receive push-after-massive-PR-push in the US, and Daft Punk, some three years after receiving an indie-cred amplifying namedrop from LCD Soundsystem, now find themselves in a second heyday and performing alongside Kanye West, musical esotericists dig to unearth the obscure origins of the phenomenon.
BIPPP, which got its release in France a little over a year ago, features 14 tracks gleaned from post-punk era French 7"'s, some previously compiled, some not. A brief, blurb on the compilation’s jacket gives an outline of the birth of the French wave of minimal electro-pop, a scene and style that followed the same trajectory of plenty other independent music scenes that existed at the time throughout Europe. In the wake of the breakup of premiere (and unfortunately named) Parisian punk band The Stinky Toys, member Denis Quillard, a.k.a. Jacno, and Debbie Harry-esque singer Elli Medeiros formed Elli et Jacno. BIPPP’s liner-notes ascribe the rise of French minimal synth-pop exclusively to this band’s instrumental, “Rectangle.” The track, which brims with starry-eyed analogue romance and Kraftwerk worship, mysteriously makes no appearance on BIPPP.
Even without the seminal track referred to in the sparse liner notes, the tracks on BIPPP show France as having been home to an icy synth-obsession well in tune with the then emergent Mute Records sound (which was itself, debatably, an adaptation of the even earlier punk-meets-Kraftwerk DIY ethos of Sheffield bands like The Human League). Covering a six-year span (albeit with no specific indication of when individual tracks were made) in which the guitar was eschewed for the synthesizer, BIPPP paints a picture of a scene that didn’t give into the maximalist production flourishes that made a few excellent U.K. electro-pop bands comparatively embarrassing by the mid-‘80s. Every track on BIPPP is dated, in a good way, firmly in the shadow of The Normal and Fad Gadget.
The songs that comprise BIPPP, though, have the same downsides as more identifiable tracks of international minimal-wave from the era. Like Belgian bands 1000 Ohms and Neon Judgment (less obscure only because they’ve ended up on New Wave compilations that, as if existing in a black hole of copyright law, also feature hits by major label acts), the tracks on BIPPP tend to be amazingly catchy, but require some suspension of disbelief. The drama piled on in the vocal grunts of the first track, A Trois Dans Les WC’s “Contagion” sounds out-of-place against the backdrop of the track’s synthesized austerity. Les Visiteurs Du Soir’s “Je T’ecris D’un Pays” skews too far in the other direction, the lackadaisical vocal delivery on the track is almost frustratingly affected. But the weird vocals and obvious amateurish tint of the songwriting found in a lot of European minimal synth is also part of its charm, and that’s definitely the case on BIPPP.
The U.K. may have had Vince Clarke making perfect pop tunes, but BIPPP exemplifies that elsewhere in Europe, the synth-sounds remained more slapdash and stripped down. Vox Dei’s “Terroriste” takes a melody familiar from Adam Ant’s “Here Comes the Grump” and squeezes it inexplicably through a couple of key changes before the vocals kick in. Act’s “Ping Pong” chimes frenetically, onomatopoetically bouncing back and forth, building as though it’s heading towards austere dance-floor catharsis, and instead stumbles through a mal-tuned guitar bridge. Whether in Ruth’s slow-moving “Polaroid/Roman/Photo,” which takes its cues from Kraftwerk’s “The Model,” the almost ready-to-pogo “Touche Pas Mon Sexe” by The Comix, or the Units-like “Partie 1” by TGV, the tracks on BIPPP are eminently quirky, yet always deadpan.
Without much guidance from the liner notes, it’s hard to tell where each track on BIPPP falls in the canon of French dance music. However, tracks like “Aller Simple” by Vitor Hublot provide some clue. The song’s vocals are distinctly reminiscent of the kind of stylish, tweeness heard from French ye-ye singers in the ’60s. Sterile, analogue moods and oddball songwriting alongside this kind of classic Gallic pop sentiment are the crux of BIPPP. The compilation shows French minimal wave as a post-punk phenomenon that, like its U.K. and U.S. counterparts, was at one point poised to become the new pop music.
A Trois Dans Les WC - Contagion
ACT - Ping Pong
Les Visiteurs Du Soir - Je T'Ecris D'Un Pays
Vox Dei - Terroriste
Comix - Touche Pas Mon Sexe
TGV - Partie 1
CKC - 20H25
Marie Moor - Pretty Day
Deux - Game and Performance
Ruth - Polaroid/Roman/Photo
Vitor Hublot - Aller Simple
Visible Le - Jour Se Leve
Casino Music - Viol Af Dis
Busy P - Rainbow Man
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Six Organs Of Admittance / Azul
Limited to 800 copies Japan-only split LP between Ben Chasny’s Six Organs Of Admittance and Japanese underground group Azul, on the sainted PSF imprint. One massively extended devotional psych track from Chasny that segues from an almost Popol Vuh-style build-up into a dark downer ballad, easily one of his most ambitious creations in years. (And is that a burst of the fuzz guitar from The Open Mind’s “Magic Potion” near the end there?). Flip features five tracks from Azul who play a gorgeous form of acid folk that factors elements of South American psych styles ala Traffic Sound and Satwa into the mix, using hand-drums, F/X, massed vocals, violin, steel guitar, tambura, flute and kazoo. Beautiful full colour sleeves with obi strip. Very limited and like all the rare PSF vinyl editions, sure to be a monster in years to come. volcanic tongue
Awesome, thanks porker.
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