Pharoah Sanders - Karma (1969)

It's impossible listening to this album and not singing along the first song, crying, dreaming and meditating all the way through, one of the most outstanding pieces of music ever recorded. This is a complete free jazz session but don't get me wrong, it's quite smooth and it's quite easy to listen to considering it's free jazz.

The Creator Has a Master Plan

John Coltrane - Giant Steps (1959)

Probably my favorite Jazz album of all time, this is pure perfection all the way through, from the beautiful recording to the story behind the album to the fucking incredible melodies (the melodic phrasing is godlike), get this if you want to start getting into Jazz since most people who are already into Jazz know this album as a cornerstone for the last days of Bebop and the new comings of Modal Jazz.

I'm going to be uploading some of my favorite Jazz albums during this month, enjoy.


Funkadelic - One Nation Under a Groove (1978)

Funk from the outer space.



Daft Punk - Discovery (1999)

I need you more than anything in my life
I want you more than anything in my life
I'll miss you more than anyone in my life
I love you more than anyone in my life



Rudimentary Peni - Death Church (1983)

One of the greatest bands of all time, Nick Blinko is so fucking awesome that he has Schizoaffective disorder and he thinks inner demons might be exorcised through repetitive graphic marks. Yeah...and he does the artwork, which is really sweet.

Rotten to the Core

Morphine - Cure for Pain (1993)

Fucking amazing, one of the best albums for late night listening.

Get it!


Sun Ra - Space is the Place (1972)

Sun Ra has quite a vast catalog and I think this is the best introduction to his space-free-jazz-alien form of music.

Sea of Sounds