Electric Enigma - The VLF Recordings Of Stephen P McGreevy album cover
 
This was the first at-home live broadcast I’ve ever done, so it might feel/sound a little different than the usual A Thick Mist episodes that are recorded live at WMWM. It worked out pretty ok, though, and I will definitely be doing more live shows from home, hopefully on a weekly basis. This episode aired from 8-10 (ET) on Saturday night and I’ll probably continue with that time. You can listen at mixlr.com/justinsnow

For those curious about the setup in case you also might want to try live broadcasting, I’m only using two pieces of free software: the Mixlr app for broadcasting to Mixlr and Mixxx for playing music which I basically just use to crossfade and stuff. Mixxx outputs directly to Mixlr so it’s super simple. I use an external mic but that’s not required.

Music-wise, this episode is pretty cool, with new Jeremy Bible (!!!!), the debut from Apologist, some classic Rev. Gary Davis, Aurora Borealis recordings, Indian chants, Tolowa dances, and some new killer doom out of Boston by Sea.
 

Air date: March 28, 2020

Background music: Nadi Qamar – Ode To The Shrines Of Buddha (from The Nuru Taa African Musical Idiom)

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Wolvserpent – Serpent (from Blood Seed)
Sussan Deyhim & Richard Horowitz – Azax Attra (from Desert Equations: Azax Attra)
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Jeremy Bible – Human Savagery (from Human Savagery)
Stephen P. McGreevy – Eves River Auroral Chorus (from Electric Enigma: The VLF Recordings Of Stephen P. McGreevy)
Apologist – Haks (from Dirt Road)
Alison Knowles – Descending Clogs Event (from Frijoles Canyon)
Su Tissue – 2nd Movement (from Salon De Musique)
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Loren Bommelyn, Sam Lopez, & Walter Richards, Sr. – Ceremonial Dance (from Songs Of Love, Luck, Animals, And Magic: Music Of The Yurok And Tolowa Indians)
Nyrabakiga – Cor Corora (Long Version) (from Cor Corora)
Eleh – Overt Too (from Living Space)
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The Cult Of Brighter Death Now – Promises Of Death (from No Decency)
Sea – Penumbra (from Impermanence)
Reverend Gary Davis – Devil’s Dream (from Pure Religion & Bad Company)
Unknown artist – In Praise Of Guru Nanak (from Religious Chants From India: Sikh, Buddhist, Hindu)
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