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Wayyyyy psyched about the Efrim & Doria collaboration, it’s so fucking good. Also, thought it would be fun to pair a dark ambient record titled Nature Is Satan’s Church with a Christian sermon. It turned out pretty well.
 
Air date: May 29, 2019

Background music: Max Eilbacher – Did The Surfer Survive? (from Red Anxiety Tracers)

00:00:00 Talk break
00:03:19 Body Void – Die Off (from You Will Know The Fear You Forced Upon Us)
00:22:30 Efrim Manuel Menuck & Kevin Doria – A Humming Void An Emptied Place (from …Are Sing Sinck, Sing)
00:28:40 Talk break
00:32:13 A Story Of Rats – II (Forms) (from Thought Forms)
00:36:21 Frank Lloyd Wright – Side B (from On Record)
00:48:08 Baker / Coloccia / Mueller – See Through (from See Through)
00:59:45 Talk break
01:02:41 The Devil’s Anvil – Isme (from Hard Rock From The Middle East)
01:08:34 Unknown musicians – Side B (excerpt) (from The Unexpurgated Folk Songs Of Men)
01:19:56 James Place – Known City (from Still Waves To A Whisper)
01:27:27 Talk break
01:32:49 Sutekh Hexen – SubStratus (from Sutekh Hexen)
01:42:00 Theologian & The Vomit Arsonist – Prologue / Grief (from Nature Is Satan’s Church)
01:43:00 Rev. C. L. Franklin – Side A (from The Prodigal Son)
01:59:14 Talk break

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This is the 100th episode of A Thick Mist. I didn’t do anything special because I didn’t realize until after I’d done the show. Anyway, lots of cool shit, including the new Sunn O))). I’m wayyyyy into the end set with Mohné’s concréte glitch mixed with black women singing a capella penitentiary blues in the ’30s.
 
Air date: May 22, 2019

Background music: Alan Licht – Currents (from Currents)

00:00:00 Talk break
00:03:07 Crowhurst – Modern Living On A Savage Planet (from Aghoree)
00:16:28 Scott Dunbar – Vicksburg Blues (from From Lake Mary)
00:22:50 Ashig Garib – Orta Saritel (from Mountains Of Tongues: Musical Dialects Of The Caucasus)
00:27:08 Talk break
00:30:44 Sunn O))) – Novæ (from Life Metal)
00:32:32 “Conversations Carte Blanche” Second Segment / Oswald, A Profile From Life (from Oswald: Self-Portrait In Red)
00:56:09 Lil McClintock – Mother Called Her Child To Her Dying Bed (from Negro Religious Music, Vol. 1 – The Sanctified Singers, Part 1)
00:59:14 Talk break
01:02:32 Chatur Lal – 7 Bits & 13 Bits (Tal Rupak & Jaiy Tal) (from The Drums Of India)
01:05:21 Julius Eastman – Evil Nigger (from Evil Nigger / Gay Guerilla)
01:26:34 Matokie Slaughter – Johnny’s Gone To War (from More Clawhammer Banjo Songs & Tunes From The Mountains)
01:28:50 Talk break
01:32:33 Horseback & Locrian – Our Epitaph (from New Dominions)
01:40:00 Achim Mohné – L’Inertie Polaire (from Accelerated Standstill)
01:48:08 Eva White – No Mo Freedom / Mattie Mae Thomas – No Mo Freedom / Beatrice Perry, Leana Johnson & Mary Parks – Where Have You Been John Billy? / Elinor Boyer – Gonna Need My Help Some Day / Edna Taylor & Group – Susie Gal / Group – Go Way Devil, Leave Me Alone / Mary James – Make The Devil Leave Me Alone (from Jailhouse Blues)
02:00:02 Talk break

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Sect Pig is pure insanity.
 
Air date: May 15, 2019

Background music: Suzanne Ciani – Paris 1971 (from Lixiviation: Ciani/Musica Inc. 1969-1985)

00:00:00 Talk break
00:03:35 Sect Pig – Crooked Backs (from Crooked Backs)
00:20:24 Glenn Jones – In Durance Vile (from Fleeting)
00:24:57 Talk break
00:29:20 Aby Ngana Diop – Ndame (from Liital)
00:35:50 Venetian Snares & Daniel Lanois – United P92 (from Venetian Snares & Daniel Lanois)
00:45:23 Johan Dalgas Frisch – Tico Tico (from Symphony Of The Birds)
00:47:57 Mount Eerie – Distortion (from (after))
00:58:55 Talk break
01:03:24 Pussygutt – Gathering Strengths (Silence Within) (from Gathering Strengths)
01:22:23 Steven Halpern & Georgia Kelly – Apollo’s Lyre (from Ancient Echoes)
01:22:55 Punctuation Skills (excerpt) (from BBP Speed Dictation Program)
01:30:05 Talk break
01:33:23 Joseph Falcon & Cleoma Breaux (Falcon) – The Waltz That Carried Me To My Grave (from Louisiana Cajun Music, Volume 1: First Recordings – The 1920s)
01:36:19 Ustad Ali Akbar Khan – Raga Bairagi (from Pre-Dawn To Sunrise Ragas)
01:37:33 Phurpa – Yan-Drub, Long Life, Mu-Ye (from Teachings Of Eastern Traditions)
01:56:35 The Foot Hill Boys – Days Of Grey And Black (from Bluegrass From The Carolina Mountains)
02:00:36 Talk break

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Dead Man mixed with Phillips’ Mutations worked insanely well. Also got the debut from Arkhtinn-related Mahr, Meyer Kupferman’s avant-garde classical, the other Kevin Shields, and some anonymous dude speaking in tongues while Joel Andrews goes to town on his harp meditations.
 
Air date: May 8, 2019

Background music: Pete Swanson – U.O.B. (from Where I Was)

00:00:00 Talk break
00:03:37 Vilkacis – Boundless Spell Of Realization / Beyond The Mortal Gate (from Beyond The Mortal Gate)
00:21:50 Kevin Shields – 6.05.06 (from False Prophet)
00:30:48 Talk break
00:34:10 Carlos Puebla – Soy Del Pueblo (from Cuba: Songs For Our America)
00:36:57 Neil Young – 6-8 (from Dead Man Soundtrack)
00:37:22 Dave Phillips & Cornelia Hesse-Honegger – Side A (from Mutations)
00:54:10 Jimmy Swaggart – Side B (excerpt) (from Flying Missiles, Atomic Bombs, And The Second Coming Of Jesus Christ)
00:57:53 Talk break
01:03:00 Mahr – Hypnophobia (from Antelux)
01:16:46 Meyer Kupferman, performed by the Japan Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Akeo Watanabe – Ostinato Burlesco (from The Music Of Meyer Kupferman – I)
01:25:10 Talk break
01:29:48 Ewan MacColl – Through Moorfields (from The Manchester Angel)
01:32:02 Joel Andrews – Side A (from The Violet Flame)
01:33:15 Side B (from The Gift Of Tongues – Glossolalia)
01:51:50 Phew – White Lounge, So Bright (from Voice Hardcore)
01:58:22 Talk break

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Willow & The Caretaker, delayed flutes & Khrushchev, a banjo version of “House Of The Rising Sun,” and other fun stuff.
 
Air date: May 1, 2019
Background music: Emptyset – Side B (from Signal)

00:00:00 Talk break
00:03:12 Mare Cognitum – Ephemeral Eternities (from Phobos Monolith)
00:18:13 Michael Andrews – I’m Not Following You (from Me And You And Everyone We Know Soundtrack)
00:21:22 Mississippi John Hurt – Talking Casey (from Today!)
00:26:36 Talk break
00:30:54 James Horner And The London Symphony Orchestra – Side B (excerpt) (The Story Of Willow)
00:32:30 The Caretaker – Long Decline Is Over (from Everywhere At The End Of Time – Stage 6)
00:48:08 MGM Studio Orchestra And The Gregg Smith Singers conducted by Lawrence Foster – Side B (excerpt) (from The Rise And Fall Of The Third Reich)
00:58:07 Talk break
01:03:08 Breag Naofa – X (from II)
01:13:35 Sons Of The Purple Sage – Ghost Riders In The Sky (from At Western Campfires)
01:16:06 Hubert Smith – This Is Bermuda (from The Best Of Hubert Smith)
01:18:05 Roscoe Holcomb – The Rising Sun (from The Music Of Roscoe Holcomb And Wade Ward)
01:21:57 Misþyrming – Söngur Heiftar (from Söngvar Elds Og Óreiðu)
01:26:47 Talk break
01:30:20 Kay Gardner – Soul Flight (from Moods & Rituals)
01:32:50 Khrushchev In America (excerpt) (from Eisenhower In Asia Khrushchev In America)
01:42:35 Ship’s Orchestra – Untitled (B1) (from Music Around The World)
01:50:31 Dorothy Remsen – Six Noels (from Harpist)
01:58:11 Talk break

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Dick Justice sounds like the leader of some anti-feminist incel group.
 
Air date: April 17, 2019

Background music: Dick Hyman – Kolumbo (from The Age Of Electronicus)

00:00:00 Talk break
00:04:32 Xasthur – Murdered Echoes Of The Mind / Exit (from Telepathic With The Deceased)
00:17:05 Dick Justice – Brown Skin Blues (from Mountain Blues)
00:20:18 Elizabeth Colour Wheel – Hide Behind (from Nocebo)
00:27:47 Blind Gary Davis – Death Is Riding Every Day (from The Singing Reverend)
00:30:38 Talk break
00:35:58 Julius Eastman – Side B (from Crazy Nigger)
00:38:36 Claire Bloom & Osian Ellis – Side B (from Tristan And Iseult)
01:05:32 Talk break
01:09:47 Georgia Slim Rutland & Big Howdy Forrester – Devils Dream (from Twin Fiddling)
01:12:23 Nortt – Hedengang / Glemt (from Nortt / Xasthur split)
01:17:00 MB / RS – Homes In Paris / The Brighter Side Of Fucking History (from Black Box Recordings)
01:23:07 J. Martin Kohe – Fear Is Uncertainty (from How To Overcome Discouragement)
01:30:27 Talk break
01:34:34 Mazowsze – Szeroko Daleko Listek Na Jaworze (from Mazowse: The Polish Song And Dance Ensemble, Vol. 5)
01:36:37 Stewart Robb – La Capricciosa Theme And Thirty One Variations (from Music For The Harpsichord And Virginal)
01:39:00 Matthew Robert Cooper & Peter Ray Broderick – I Am Light, I Am Darkness / I Am Darkness, I Am Light (from I Am Darkness, I Am Light)
01:46:00 Josh Mason – Crack The Juice Code / Clock In / Key Blight (from Coquina Dose)
02:02:40 Talk break


 
Got a couple of old school country gals, a new Hell song slowed down to 33, interviews with sex workers, and a layered double dose of black ambient courtesy of Post Scriptvm and Common Eider, King Eider.
 
Air date: March 6, 2019

Background music: Yair Elazar Glotman – On Forgetting (Prelude) (from Études)

00:00:00 Jeannie C. Riley – Satan Place (from Harper Valley P.T.A.)
00:03:18 Talk break
00:07:14 Hell – Nuumen (from Primitve Man / Hell split)
00:20:34 Obray Ramsey – The Battle Of King’s Mountain (from Folksongs From The Three Laurels)
00:23:27 Miserable featuring Drowse – Salt Water (from Uncontrollable)
00:28:37 Talk break
00:32:07 2:13PM – Pascal (from Matkormano)
00:33:47 Unknown musicians – Kol Nidre (All Our Promises) (from Kol Nidre In Moscow)
00:52:22 Astronoid – Beyond The Scope (from Astronoid)
00:58:15 Talk break
01:02:30 Paysage D’Hiver – Einkehr (from Einsamkeit)
01:17:59 Rufus Thibodeaux – Silver Lake Blues (from The Cajun Country Fiddle Of Rufus Thibodeaux)
01:20:07 Kitty Wells – The Great Speckled Bird (from Dust On The Bible)
01:22:26 Tennessee Ernie Ford And The San Quentin Prison Choir – “Are Ye Able,” Said The Master (from We Gather Together)
01:26:06 Talk break
01:30:12 Windy & Carl – La Douleur (from Songs For the Broken Hearted)
01:31:33 Part 2 (from Sex Is My Business)
01:43:44 Common Eider, King Eider – Remembrance: A Threnody (from A Wound Of Body)
01:47:30 Post Scriptvm – The Binding / Vox Calamantis (from Gauze)
01:56:40 Talk break
01:59:55 Uncle Dave Macon – Don’t Get Weary Children (from Old Time Classics: A Collection Of Mountain Banjo Songs & Tunes)


 
Got some vintage BCM, a couple young girls singing about dead babies, and some strange sounds about and dedicated to the O’Hare International Airport.
 
Air date: February 27, 2019

Background music: Gonçalo Penas – A Besta / Quanto Mais Me Bates (from Ego De Espinhos)

00:00:00 Kevin Roth – Dry Bones (from Somebody Give Me Direction)
00:02:25 Talk break
00:06:03 Abstracter – Wings Of Annihilation (from Cinereous Incarnate)
00:16:55 Shirley Collins – The Death Of Nelson / Coronation Jig (from Adieu To Old England)
00:25:35 Talk break
00:33:58 Sarah Hennies performed by Lenka Novosedlíková – Side B (from Sisters)
00:36:26 Dr. Jack Van Impe – Side B (from The Great Escape!)
00:53:50 Hoor-Paar-Kraat – Descensus In Cuniculi Cavum (from A Doorbell Of Earbows For Brefix)
01:01:39 Talk break
01:04:45 Fórn – Dolor (Parts I And II) (from Weltschmerz)
01:16:37 Klagetoh Singers – A1-A8 (from Navajo Round Dance)
01:17:07 Birchville Cat Motel – Damn Infinity Hairtie / Four Freckle Constellation (from Four Freckle Constellation)
01:30:21 Talk break
01:34:07 Ed McCurdy – Naomi Wise (from The Ballad Record)
01:36:50 Fripp & Eno – An Index Of Metals (from Evening Star)
01:38:30 Buck Warren – Side B (from From: Poet Buck Warren To: O’Hare International)
02:04:15 Talk break
02:06:40 The Whitfield Girls – Babes In The Woods (from The Rackensack Volume II)


 
New Astronoid!!! Also that stretch of Vincent Price reading Shelley’s “Adonais” poem alongside the last Aeoga record is just too fucking good.
 
Air date: February 6, 2019

Background music: James Ginzburg – Light, Times – A River (from Six Correlations)

00:00:00 George Stoneham – Sweet Boy’s Tune (from Clawhammer Banjo)
00:01:30 Talk break
00:04:25 Astronoid – Lost (from Astronoid)
00:10:40 Bill Comeau & Carmel Signa – For The Young Lovers (from Fragments From An Unknown Gospel)
00:11:31 Eleh – Wear Patterns (from Caterina Barbieri / Eleh Split)
00:25:35 Talk break
00:29:00 Unknown Darashe musicians – Syncopated Panpipes (from Staring Into The Sun)
00:36:51 The Arrows – The Ghost Story (from Devil’s Angels Soundtrack)
00:39:11 Reverend Ian Mitchell & Caroline Mitchell – Three Men Died / Faithful Cross (from Funeral Folk Mass)
00:40:31 Kali Malone – Cast Of Mind (from Cast Of Mind)
00:53:22 Stanley Holloway – With Her Head Tucked Under Her Arm (from The World Of Stanley Holloway)
00:57:17 Talk break
01:00:35 Portrayal Of Guilt – Daymare (from Let Pain Be Your Guide)
01:06:47 Kimio Eto – Kensetsu No Hibiki (from Koto Master)
01:09:20 Vincent Price reading Percy Bysshe Shelley – Adonais (from Poems Of Shelley)
01:22:30 Aeoga – Obsidian Towering / Outer Observatory / The Sublime Canvas (from Obsidian Outlander)
01:39:27 Talk break
01:42:10 Krallice & Dave Edwardson – Etemenaki (from Loum)
01:50:33 Joseph Spence – Bimini Gal (from Folk Guitar, Bahaman Ballads, & Rhyming Spirituals)
01:56:46 Talk break
01:58:28 John Roberts – Out On The Rolling Sea (from Folk Guitar, Bahaman Ballads, & Rhyming Spirituals)


 
3 new Important releases, including Oliveros paired with morse code, a reissue of an essential Yellow Eyes record, and some choice country western yodeling.
 
Air date: January 30, 2019

Background music: Chris Larkin – White Defender (from Hollow Knight Score: Gods And Nightmares)

00:00:00 Mary O’Hara – Róisín Dubh (Dark Rosaleen) (from Ireland)
00:02:59 Talk break
00:06:52 Dakhma – Coins (from Suna Kulto)
00:26:46 Stefan Grossman – Slow Blues In C (from Yazoo Basin Boogie)
00:29:08 Talk break
00:31:39 Eliane Radigue – Arthesis (from Geelriandre / Arthesis)
00:34:10 Ronnie Gann – Side B (from The Wild World Of ESP)
00:49:55 Black Earth – Masks Of Their Own Facelesness / A Monarch Spawned In Chaos Wanders Among The Ruins (from A Cryptic Howl Of Morbid Truth)
01:06:52 Talk break
01:06:53 Ollie Gilbert – Plant Sweet Flowers On My Grave (from The Rackensack, Volume I)
01:10:40 Ennio Morricone – Slaughter In The Village (from Hundra Soundtrack)
01:17:38 Yellow Eyes – Cabin Filled With Smoke And Flies (from Hammer Of Night)
01:24:22 Caterina Barbieri – How To Decode An Illusion (from Born Again In The Voltage)
01:32:44 Talk break
01:36:04 Henry S. Jacob’s Camp – Fred (from Sim Shalom)
01:38:51 Pauline Oliveros – Mnemonics I (from Reverberations I)
01:40:05 Lesson Three / Lesson Four / Lesson Five (from Learn Code The Easy Way)
01:54:21 Gnaw Bone – Tar Pit (from Rotten Earth)
01:58:34 Talk break
02:01:01 Elton Britt – The Yodel Blues (from Yodel Songs)

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Holy hell that break was too long. Sorry about that. Anyway, lots of good stuff in this episode. Especially fond of the debut Clavicvla record on Sentient Ruin.
 
Air date: January 23, 2019

Background music: Neptune – Black Tide (from Gong Lake)

00:00:00 Bruce Licher – Mesopotamia (from Open Strings)
00:04:21 Talk break
00:08:33 Clavicvla – Belzeebut Invocat / MA (from Sermons)
00:28:13 Trepaneringsritualen – A Cold Cell (from A Knife In Sound)
00:32:42 Talk break
00:35:08 Karlheinz Stockhausen – Prozession Part 1 (from Prozession)
00:38:22 BBC Radio Newsreel Overseas Service, May 5, 1945 (from Concentration Camp Horrors)
01:02:08 Carlos Casas – In Search Of Nikolai Fedorov: Triune God (from Pyramid Of Skulls)
01:02:23 Talk break
01:05:48 Cevdet Erek – Kirast / Walnut Interlude / Dicycles (from Davul)
01:24:29 Tanbouri Ibrahim Bey Adham – Taxim Hidjaz (from Open Strings)
01:28:24 Talk break
01:30:50 Sleep – Antarcticans Thawed (from The Sciences)
01:45:07 Lea Bertucci – Resonance Shapes (from Resonance Shapes)
01:46:51 Tasos Stamou – Rizitiko / A Dance (from Musique Con Crète)
01:58:05 Talk break
01:59:52 Sir Richard Bishop – Olive Oasis (from Open Strings)


 
Mixed in a bunch of Christmas stuff alongside the usual strange mayhem.
 
Air date: December 19, 2018

Background music: Anjou – Sighting (from Anjou)

00:00:00 John Fahey – Joy To The World (from The New Possibility: John Fahey’s Guitar Soli Christmas Album)
00:01:49 Talk break
00:06:04 Whitehorse – The Unwelcome Return (from Fire To Light The Way / Everything Ablaze)
00:27:44 Talk break
00:30:37 Friends Of Armenian Culture Society Chamber Singers And Chamber Orchestra, arranged by Rouben Gregorian – Multitudes Of Angels (from Sharagans)
00:34:38 Low – Long Way Around The Sea (from Christmas)
00:39:14 Twells & Christensen – Burning Bridges Together (from Coasts)
00:41:07 Rev. C. L. Franklin – Going Thru The Roof, Part 2 (from Going Thru The Roof)
01:00:53 Talk break
01:04:09 Victoria Spivey – Christmas Morning Blues (from Death Might Be Your Santa Claus)
01:07:34 Les Troubadours Du Roi Baudouin – Kimya (from Christmas In The Congo)
01:10:20 Chaos Echœs – Advent Of My Genesis (from Transient)
01:22:45 Regina Kujawa – Czerwony Caboose (Red Caboose) / Merry Christmas (from Boże Narodzenie: Polish Christmas Songs And Sketches)
01:23:27 Rita Ford’s Music Boxes – Adeste Fidelis — Regina (from A Music Box Christmas)
01:28:26 Talk break
01:31:22 John Fahey – Christmas Fantasy, Part 1 (from Christmas With John Fahey, Vol. II)
01:43:03 Ill Omen – Abhorrence X-XI (from Enthroning The Bonds Of Abhorrence)
01:53:58 Talk break
01:57:29 Reverend. J. M. Gates – Death Might Be Your Santa Claus (from Death Might Be Your Santa Claus)

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Spun some cult glossolalia alongside doom drone and played Beherit’s Electric Doom Synthesis which is some of the weirdest music I’ve ever heard. Also, I highly recommend the Anna & Elizabeth record.
 
Air date: December 5, 2018

Background music: Zul Darwis & Asmidar Darwis – Sifat Manusia (from Indonesian Pop Nostalgia)

00:00:00 The Balfa Brothers – Drunkard’s Sorrow Waltz (La Valse De Bambocheurs) (from The Balfa Brothers Play Traditional Cajun Music)
00:03:11 Talk break
00:07:25 Pussygutt & Story Of Rats – Pavour Nocturnus (from Sea Of Sand)
00:10:46 The Church Universal And Triumphant, Inc. featuring Elizabeth Clare Prophet – Decree 12.10 (from The Sounds Of American Doomsday Cults, Vol. 14)
00:28:08 Teata Makirere – Te Takake Nei Tatou (from Moments In Rarotonga)
00:30:06 Talk break
00:34:34 Anna & Elizabeth – Farewell To Erin / Mother In The Graveyard (from The Invisible Comes To Us)
00:44:14 Beherit – We Worship, We Pray (from Electric Doom Synthesis)
00:50:52 Joseph Spence – Don’t Let Nobody Burn Down Burma Road (from Good Morning Mr. Walker)
00:53:17 Jessika Kenney – Her Sword I (from Atria)
01:01:48 Talk break
01:04:45 Karl-Birger Blomdahl – Act II, Scenes 1 & 2 (from Aniara: An Epic Of Space Flight In 2038 A.D.)
01:07:24 The Star Pillow – From Dust To Stars (from Symphony For An Intergalactic Brotherhood)
01:29:29 Talk break
01:33:04 Thy Light – …And I Finally Reach My End (from Suici.De.Pression)
01:45:45 Julianna Barwick & Rafael Anton Irisarri – A1 / A2 (from Thesis 10)
01:47:10 Crickets And Parakeet / Crickets And Mourning Dove / Small Tree Toad / Peepers / Flight Of Parrots / Giant Toad (Bufo Marinus) / Many Toads / Rain Sequence With Crickets And Toads (from Sounds Of A Tropical Rain Forest In America)
01:58:46 Talk break
02:01:28 Charlie Poole And The North Carolina Ramblers – The Baltimore Fire (from Old Time Songs Recorded From 1925 to 1930, Volume Two)

I was putting together my list of favorite drone records from this year and noticed a theme: a lot of them were made by women. So I decided to take out the dudes and make a list of just lady droners. But when I started working on that list, I realized I was leaving out a lot of my favorites because they weren’t capital-D Drone records. So I said fuck it, I’m just going to make a list of my favorite drone records made by female artists even if they’re just kind of drone, or droney, or droning, or whatever. So while this is my least Drone year end drone list, it makes up for it by 1: being more true to what I like, 2: highlighting under-represented artists, and 3: still churning out a fuck ton of drone.

Once again, I tried to shy away from the high profile artists (which, sadly, there aren’t nearly enough of in this niche). There were really only three that probably would’ve been on my list if I felt they didn’t need my extra support: Sarah Davachi, Olivia Block, and Mountain Man. So if you somehow missed any of those, definitely scope them out asap. And Phew’s Voice Hardcore was on the list until I found out the CD version came out in 2017 even though the vinyl and digital editions came out this year. Oops. That’s another crazy one that you should check out.

There are two drone records, though, that were made by dudes and I feel were not given nearly enough attention, and were definitely Top 5 material for me, so I would feel remiss if I didn’t mention the wholly unique blissful doom drone by A Story Of Rats (featuring Garek Druss of Dull Knife) and the debut collaboration between High Aura’d & Asama (aka Thommy Saraceno of Owlfood). Those two records are fucking phenomenal and deserve your dollars.

I made a Spotify playlist again, because even though I hate Spotify, some people rely on it, so here you go. It’s missing songs from numbers 12, 13, and 14 because they’re not on Spotify, so make sure to stream those below.

As always: Thanks for reading. Thanks for listening. Thanks for making incredible music.

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Finally get to spin the new Fórn record which is absolutely crushing. And I’m kinda surprised at how well the cantorials worked alongside Hail’s arctic ambient.
 

Air date: November 28, 2018

Background music: Mark Fell & Gábor Lázár – Untitled (D2) (from The Neurobiology Of Moral Decision Making)

00:00:00 Doc Watson – Weary Blues (from Doc Watson & Son)
00:02:39 Talk break
00:06:37 Fórn – Auraboros / Scrying Below The Wolf Moon / The Ancient Wisdom Of Sorrow (from Rites Of Despair)
00:26:46 Victor Jara – La Plegaria A Un Labrador (Prayer To A Laborer) (from Vientos Del Pueblo)
00:29:58 Talk break
00:33:09 Ofege – Devils Work (from The Last Of The Origins)
00:38:34 Joanna Brouk – The Space Between (from Hearing Music)
00:40:40 George Jean Nathan read by Julie Haydon Nathan – B3-B9 (track listing is huge, head here for full titles) (from The New American Credo)
01:00:23 Talk break
01:03:55 Maria W. Horn – Ångermanländska Bilder (from Kontrapoetik)
01:13:58 Fear Factory – Shock (from Obsolete)
01:18:58 Hail – Exit (from Frozen Grave)
01:20:37 Cantor Samuel Malavsky & Family Choir – L’el Boruch (from Cantorial Masterpieces)
01:29:22 Talk break
01:35:59 Obray Ramsey – Wildwood Flower (from Blue Ridge Banjo)
01:39:15 Tinariwen – Eh Massina Sintadoben (from Amassakoul)
01:43:37 Sugai Ken – Shinpenkitokusen (from Tele-N-Tech-Da)
01:50:28 Glenn Jones – Everything Ends (from The Giant Who Ate Himself)
01:53:45 Blattaria – The Eggs Are Hatching (from Blattaria)
01:59:00 Talk break
02:02:02 The De Zurik Sisters – Why I’m Grieving (from De Zurik Sisters Yodel And Sing Their Greatest Hits)