A Thick Mist

A Thick Mist (February 22, 2017)


 
I started the show off with a record that’s had a huge influence on me, especially in how I curate A Thick Mist, it’s a sound collage full of religious weirdness, death, obscured field recordings, and strange electronics. Very psyched to finally own a vinyl copy of that. But more importantly, I fucking love Joseph Spence so much, that dude’s music is pure unbridled joy.

Got lots of cool mixing going on in this episode, I’m especially into Ghosh’s flute raag underneath Robert Chaney talking about the supernatural, and I put that Ariel Guzik record on, without ever hearing it, alongside “In Heaven” from Eraserhead and it worked so well I think David Lynch himself would approve.

 

A Thick Mist 2017/02/22

Background music: Wendy Carlos – March From A Clockwork Orange (Ninth Symphony, Fourth Movement – Abridged) (from A Clockwork Orange Score)

00:00:00 Talk break
00:02:15 Gonzo – Dark Flip (from Dies Irae)
00:18:50 Mississippi Fred McDowell – Everybody’s Down On Me (from I Do Not Play No Rock ‘n’ Roll)
00:28:12 Wally Badarou – Pavilhão IV (from Kiss Of The Spider Woman Score)
00:33:20 Talk break
00:36:39 Pannalal Ghosh – Raag Shri (from Raag Yaman / Raag Shri)
00:37:54 The Chaneys – Side A (from When The Unnatural Becomes The Natural)
00:56:14 Sun Splitter – Into The Broken Lands (from III)
01:04:03 Talk break
01:06:07 David Lynch, Peter Ivers, & Alan R. Splet – In Heaven (Lady In The Radiator Song) (from Eraserhead Score)
01:10:06 Ariel Guzik – Side B, Track 1 (from Cordiox)
01:22:03 Lycus – Resonance In Aether (from Demo MMXI)
01:32:30 Talk break
01:35:40 Charles Dodge – Side A (from Earth’s Magnetic Field)
01:36:50 Edward R. Annis – Luncheon Address At A Symposium On “Anxiety And A Decade Of Tranquilizer Therapy” (excerpt) (from Anxiety And A Decade Of Tranquilizer Therapy)
01:50:40 Joseph Spence – I Am Living On The Hallelujah Side (from Happy All The Time)
02:03:35 Talk break

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