A Thick Mist

A Thick Mist (May 23, 2018)

The Country Girls album cover
 
The new CHRCH record is the absolute best and not nearly enough people are talking about Leila Abdul-Rauf. OR Timber Rattle, that shit is premium doom drone folk. And that Yoshi Wada/Popol Vuh blend is pretty heavenly. Also, kinda surprised I haven’t played Yautja yet, like anywhere on AGB, ever. Finally remedied that. So yeah this episode rules.
 

A Thick Mist 2018/05/23

Background music: Demdike Stare – Curzon (from Wonderland)

00:00:00 Pink Anderson – Wreck Of The Old ‘97 (from American Street Songs)
00:03:30 Talk break
00:06:52 CHRCH – Portals (from Light Will Consume Us All)
00:21:28 Timber Rattle – Beast Of Passage (from Phantoms Of Place)
00:30:45 Talk break
00:36:14 Terence Hannum – Invocation Of Deities (from Spectral Life)
00:37:39 Emile De Antonio & Mark Lane – Side B (from Rush To Judgment)
00:49:07 En – Elysia (excerpt) (from Already Gone)
01:00:25 Talk break
01:03:26 Balachander – Sarasa Saama Dhaana (from Sounds Of The Veena)
01:14:55 Yautja – Faith Resigned (from Songs Of Descent)
01:21:47 Bobby Cadillac – Carbolic Acid Blues (from When Women Sang The Blues)
01:24:44 Leila Abdul-Rauf – Wayward (from Diminution)
01:29:34 Talk break
01:32:56 Yoshi Wada – Side E (from Earth Horns With Electronic Drone)
01:36:10 Popol Vuh – Why Do I Still Sleep (from Agape-Agape Love-Love)
01:43:36 Monks from Gyütö Tantric College, Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh – Side A (from Tibetan Buddhism – Tantras Of Gyütö: Mahakala)
02:02:07 Talk break
02:04:27 Elvie Thomas – Motherless Child Blues (from The Country Girls! 1927-1935)

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