Parallel-dimension KRTS transmission tower used exclusively for ID Music broadcasts. (via canopied)
Inter-Dimensional Music returns to the the airwaves of the Trans-Pecos on Sunday, October 7, 2012 from 9-11p (CST) on KRTS, streaming at marfapublicradio.org or available via Big Bend-based antennae at 93.5FM.
We’ll be doing a tribute show to everyone’s favorite mid-90s New Age soundtrack: music from and inspired by the original PURE MOODS line of dorm room audio aphrodisiacs.
Tune in, turn on, make out.
Here is one of the most interesting human beings I have ever met talking about some of my favorite things all at the same time.
Sun Araw’s hour-long mix of screwed and chopped preachers, time-stretched blues, conga-speckled acid rock and fractal R&B — is that Soul II Soul stuck back there in the resinous bass trap? — is about as disorienting and groove-heavy as you might expect. Listen above or give your email address to Secret Thirteen for a download. Lotta rad-looking mixes over there at their site. (via random shit)
Cameron and company’s box-fresh new album, The Inner Treaty, dropped earlier this week on Drag City and we’re still trying to get our heads around it. Kinda minimal for these dudes, mellow keys, on some real laid back shit that only fully manifests once you’ve made the rounds a couple times. Pop a top, seek guidance from the plant mind via the inebriation vector of your choosing and contemplate the spaces in between.
And finally, here’s the full Sun Araw Band jamming Ancient Romans‘ centerpiece “Impluvium” in Paris in June, 2012.
Steven Halpern shares some of the magic of his amazing musical gift with human journalists from 48 Hours in 1991. We are so grateful for his healing vibrations.
Here is an amazing documentary about Iasos circa 1979. Iasos is a luminary who has provided us with much inspiration and inner peace. We thank him for his wonderful cosmic music.
In a county defined by its silence, the most quiet zone of them all: Welcome Reading Room Marfa.