franticfish;3541867 said:Locomotive is definitely something I would recommend to people who love the bands you mentioned, nice pick. I prefer S.B.B. when it comes to obscure prog rock though!
neckermanncj;3540269 said:you should check out that You Slut! abum, i think you'd like it if you really like Maybeshewillhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ohhss3V10rA
Ultimatum;3548548 said:Where can I find this? Slsk?
LegendofRock3021;3549362 said:I enjoyed Wareika Hill Sounds, Yodeling Astrologer, and Uneasy Flowers, especially the first and third albums since I don't listen to much from each respective album's genre. I'm having a bit of trouble locating The Secrets* and John Luther Adams albums, once I acquire those I'll be caught up what getting the albums you've posted so far.
berkthgar;3549886 said:I can't find any way to get that John Luther Adams album, and I'm on a mac so I can't get slsk. Any alternatives?
berkthgar;3549991 said:No luck on either of those sites and don't have any money haha, so buying it isn't really an option Damn, I really enjoyed the clips that you posted of that album too!
berkthgar;3550119 said:I feel kinda stupid asking this, but all I get is 30 second clips on last.fm when I look at his profile. How do I stream the whole album?
afterstasis;3561077 said:Damad - Rise And FallGenre: Hardcore Punk/CrustYear: 1997Miserable and filthy. Probably my favorite hardcore album from the 90's not released by Crimethinc. Members went on to form Kylesa.Recommended If You Like: Kylesa, His Hero Is Gone, Dystopia, Amebix, Catharsis, and From Ashes Rise.Low-Quality Sample...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TwTZXIhZ-mQ
afterstasis;3563355 said:Bim Sherman - MiracleGenre: World FusionYear: 1996Dipping it's toes in various musical styles from india, jamaica, and america the name of the game here is pure meditative bliss. Probably sounds pretty cheesy sober.Bim did standard reggae versions of all these songs, but this just stands out to me for some reason.Recommended If You Like: Laying motionless.Just Can't Stand It
afterstasis;3565270 said:Mark Stewart - Learning To Cope With CowardiceGenre: Post-Punk/DubYear: 1985Former member of The Pop Group tries his hand at dub, collaborating with the rhythm section from The Sugarhill Gang, and ends up sounding like The Flying Lizards covering Throbbing Gristle after a few paranoia-inducing bong hits.Recommended If You Like: Public Image Ltd., New Age Steppers, Maximum Joy, A Certain Ratio, and This Heat.Sample the album on myspace.