Monday, May 15, 2017

Natural Creation Mix



Some strange bedfellows here, but it works, I think.

Tracklist: 

bob dylan - all the tired horses
dj zozi - mellow vibe
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith - Bobbing Beams of Light
silver apples - lovefingers
susumu yokota - nisemono no uta
ian boddy - into view
hector zazou - vera c
lawrence - untitled #9
seigen ono - waterfront
jefferson airplane - today
john fahey - let go
john bender - 27b4
thundercat - is it love?
georgia - canal din (open voice)
iury lech - de la melancolia

Thanks to OPIUM HUM and Listen to This! blogs for sourcing some of these gems. Enjoy!


Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Suburban Lawns - Suburban Lawns (1981)





^^^ favorite song / video of 2017. Called it. Nothing's gonna top this. Everyone else give up ^^^



Thursday, April 20, 2017

Ikue Mori - Painted Desert

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Sharing this one purely on the promise of the first track, which I put on a mix years ago. Revisited said mix on a drive up the California coast last week and fell right back into the feelings "Mojave" produces, the heat shimmer of those twin tremolo guitars, the gorgeous simplicity of Mori's drums. From the vertiginous swells of "Medicine Man" to the panned call and response of "Santa Ana Excursion," the whole album is music with a sense of space - I want to walk around in these sounds.

Mori is joined here by Marc Ribot and Robert Quine (sometime soon I'll get around to sharing Quine and Fred Maher's "Basic," another bonafide masterwork of texture and space). Fans of Durutti Column and Rangers will find much to love here.


  

Sunday, April 2, 2017

Apmonia Mix

New mix over at the cloud.


Maybe this'll become a regular thing!

Tracklist:

samuel beckett - from 'watt'
la monte young - excerpt from the 'dream house' album
glenn copeland - sunset village
quicksails - faith feel
znr - solo un dia
suzanne kraft - fragile
grand veymont - je cours après avant (excerpt)
roomful of teeth - partita II. Sarabande
robert ashley - the backyard
grand veymont - je cours après avant (excerpt)
jansen / barbieri - breaking the silence

Saturday, April 1, 2017

Dorothy Ashby - Django/Misty


Stumbled upon this on u-toob. Always down for a little Dorothy A. These all sound like solo recordings, I'm not really hearing any overdubs, just Mrs. Ashby doing what she did best on her harp. Looks like her last studio recording. 

The album artwork is by Yoko Ochida, who, yes, did the Henri Rousseau-like cover for Midori Takada's Through the Looking Glass, which you can snag here.