North America's Gnarliest Syndicated Mix of Heavy Mellow, Kosmische Slop, and Void Contemplation Tactics. Find us on the airwaves of Far West Texas on Marfa Public Radio, Central Indiana on WQRT 99.1FM, and LOOKOUT FM across the Los Angeles Basin.
Tune in to KRTS, Marfa Public Radio this Sunday night from 9-11p (CST) for a very special Inter-Dimensional Music featuring an hour of fresh tunes from Marfa-based electronic musician Celia Hollander, aka $3.33.
Plenty of Texas heads are still ringing from her recent psychedelic desert R&B AV collages in Marfa and Austin, opening for William Tyler and Demdike Stare, respectively; regular ID Music listeners will recognize some of her more ethereal compositions from past shows.
Celia will be joining ID Music host Daniel Chamberlin from 9-10pm. Chamberlin plugs his computer into the soundboard from 10-11p, delivering the usual mellow set of kosmiche slop, maybe some Terry Riley or something from the Holter/Barwick-dominated genre of angelic slow jams.
Listen at 93.5FM if you’re out here in the Big Bend, otherwise point your computer at marfapublicradio.org for the live stream.
ID Music extra-planetary operatives are constantly scanning Earth twins for enlightening audio transmissions.
Chambo and Hollander return to the airwaves of Marfa Public Radio for the Big Bend’s only post-Super Bowl chakra cleanse. Tune in this Sunday, February 3, 2013 from 9-11p (CST). Check back after the show for playlists and more.
UPDATE: Playlists for 3 Feburary 2013
9-10p – Crystal Mix by Hollander:
Crystallite from Crystal Meditations by Don G. Campbell
The Crystal Star soundtrack from The Crystal Star by Jim Oliver
The Trombones of Lithia from Crystals by Craig Kupka
10-11p – Chambo’s Super Bowl After-Party Chillout Zone
Sand – Mountains – Centralia is this and yes – My Bloody Valentine – M B V
In Our Dreams – Motion Sickness of Time Travel – A Marbled Youth
Freeflow – Blues Control & Laraaji – FRKWYS Vol. 8
Night Flight in the Southern Hemisphere – Monopoly Child Star Searchers – The Garnet Toucan
Spectral Split – Pantha Du Prince & The Bell Laboratory – Elements of Light
As we wrote once before … “Less suffocated techno. More shiny fractal ambience. “Shadow from Tartarus” sounds like ice tinkling off the conning tower of Porter Ricks‘ submarine after surfacing in the sparkling glare of Arctic sunlight.”
Mike Watt, Cedric Bixler-Zavala and a dude we’d never heard of from the awesomely named “Liquid Indian” got together for these totally mellow Sandy Bull-inspired astral jams and nobody really said much about it, but it’s amazing.
Sits next to Stag Hare’s Spirit Canoes, Deep Magic’s Solar Meditations, White Rainbow’s New Clouds and Thoughts on Air’s Mallo Yallo as a stone classic of contemporary New Age. Flutes, guitars and all kinds of jingle-jangling old growth vibes.
An ID Music scout searches the frozen wastes of the Davis Mountains for fresh snowflake jams (image by Robert McCall, via endthymes)
Chambo, Hollander and the rest of the ID Music team broadcast the first transmission of the post-Mayan Apocalypse epoch last night from the KRTS studios here in Marfa, Texas. Hollander got things off to a mellow start with in-demand Arica tunes and some welcome guided-meditation.
Here’s what Chambo played, with links to downloads or streams of the tunes.
Unoffical video for “Thaw” by Laurel Halo, featuring footage from Philippe Garrel‘s 1968 film, Le Révélateur.
Thanks to everyone who joined us for last night’s show: the broke-nose landscrapers in the Faubourg Marigny of New Orleans, the art collectors of Spanish Andalucia, the furniture-crafters in Red Hook, the electricians of Brooklyn, the Chuck UK family in Mount Washington, the audio designers of Lincoln Square, the salon shamans of Paris, the Greenfriars of Joshua Tree, the stargazers at McDonald Observatory, the outer-limits oilfielders of the Permian Basin and the true heads keeping it topless in the Hamptons.
And we’ve got nothing but love for the OGs out here in occupied Northern Mexico, our neighbors in Terlingua, Ojinaga, Presidio, Fort Davis, Alpine, El Paso, any long-haulers who had their ears on riding the 10, the 90, the 17 or the 67; and of course ID Music’s immediate family here in the bohemian enclave of Marfa.
Here’s what we listened to. Links go to downloads or further listening opportunities. If you were digging the gnawa jams from Mahmoud Guinia, we recommend visiting the first rate audioblog Moroccan Tape Stash at your earliest convenience.
We’re live on KRTS again on Sunday, August 5 from 9-11p (CST).
Beautiful Son – Peaking Lights – Lucifer
Hear River Jordan – Ras Michael & The Sons Of Negus – Love Thy Neighbor
5.19.12 3 – M. Geddes Gengras – Leaving Records Compilation
Exodus Now – Ursprung – Ursprung
Human – Clams Casino – Instrumental Mixtape 2
Crzx – The Cyclist – Leaving Records Compilation Jefre Cantu-Ledesma – Faceless Kiss – Alone Together #6
Side II – Olympus Mons – Reflections Of Bliss Lake
Join us as Inter-Dimensional Music returns to the Marfa Public Radio airwaves this Sunday (20110515) from 9-11p CST. Tune in at KRTS 93.5FM if you reside out here in the Big Bend region of Far West Texas. Otherwise you can usually find us streaming at www.marfapublicradio.org.
Chamberlin’s bringing serious acid grooves from KWJAZ, Secret Birds, Sun Araw and Sunburned Hand of the Man for the second hour. Hollander will be laying down an as-yet-to-be-revealed set of classic noggin-shatterers . Look for a tracklist and maybe even a downloadable mix next week.