UPDATE 2: The episode is back with the Atramentus song removed. I didn’t update the timestamps in this post so if you need to, just subtract about 23 minutes from whatever timestamp you see after Atramentus to get an approximate time.
UPDATE: I removed the whole audio file as the quickest way to remedy a takedown situation (my sincerest apologies to the band). I’ll figure something out so you can listen to the episode again soon. Sorry for the fuckup.
It’s been a long time since I’ve been as obsessed with a record as I am with Lankum’s The Livelong Day from last year. I just found out about it thanks to this Shirley Collins interview (they’re her new favorite band too). I’ve listened to nothing but that record all day every day for the past week. There’s lots of other great stuff here too but there’s a reason I bookended the episode with two tracks from The Livelong Day.
00:00:00 Lankum – The Dark Eyed Gypsy (from The Livelong Day)
00:07:36 Atramentus – Stygian III – Perennial Voyage (Across The Perpetual Planes Of Crying Frost & Steel-Eroding Blizzards) (from Stygian)
00:30:47 Terry Riley live in Japan, July 23, 1977 (excerpt)
00:34:18 Ruth White – The Litanies Of Satan (from Flowers Of Evil)
00:44:00 Side D (excerpt) (from WARM Radio – River On A Rampage)
00:47:20 Joanna Bruzdowicz – Homo Faber: La Solitude (from Bruzdowicz – Bogaert)
00:59:16 You Have Chocolate, No Money (Jaipur, Varanasi, Darjeeling, Arambol) (from Indian Soundscapes)
01:03:20 Budhaditya Chattopadhyay – The Well-tempered City (from The Well-tempered City – Book I)
01:20:40 Charles Kellogg – Sounds Of The Forest Pt. 2 (from The Nature Singer: His Complete Issued Recordings – February 1915 to January 1919)
01:25:20 Bell Witch & Aerial Ruin – Prelude / The Unbodied Air (from Stygian Bough Vol. 1)
01:48:53 Evicshen – Under The Stall Door (from Hair Birth)
01:56:44 Lankum – Hunting The Wren (from The Livelong Day)