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Justin Gage  Los Angeles, CA


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Eddie The Wheel returns after a six year absence and a re-location to London with "Leave Behind". Now at AD.


Now at AD: Joe Henderson & Alice Coltrane :: The Elements / World Spirituality Classics 1: The Ecstatic Music of Alice Coltrane

Joseph Shabason’s “Long Swim” builds on a somewhat strange foundation; looped sax; a mélange of field recordings (including falling rain, dogs barking, birds chirping), and a coarsely textured rhythm. Eventually, Shabason’s playing moves gracefully to the forefront, framing the whole piece within a dystopian noir lens. It’s the highlight of a seriously engaging ambient debut.

Today’s show re-airs at 9pm PST. Eat a peach. SIRIUS 498: Jean Michel Bernard – Générique Stephane ++ Sweet Tea – If I Were A Carpenter ++ Mr. Airplane Man – Jesus On The Mainline (Traditional) ++ Bonnie “Prince” Billy – Beast For Thee ++ Scout Niblett – Kiss ++ Meg Baird – Counterfeiters ++ Anna St. Louis – Fire ++ Jennifer Castle – Sailing Away ++ Joan Shelley – Over And Even ++ Devendra Banhart & Jana Hunter – A Bright-Ass Light ++ Kacy & Clayton – The Siren’s Song ++ Angel Olsen – The Sky Opened Up ++ Brightblack Morning Light – All We Have Broken Shines ++ Devendra Banhart – Sligo River Blues (John Fahey) ++ Ryley Walker – Everybody Is Crazy (Amen Dunes) ++ Julian Lynch – Terra ++ Atlas Sound – Terra Incognita ++ Damien Jurado – Reel To Reel ++ Yo La Tengo – Leaving Home ++ Wilco – Poor Places ++ Amen Dunes – Green Eyes ++ Cass McCombs – Bum Bum Bum ++ John Grant – I Wanna Go To Marz ++ Sam Cohen – Pretty Lights ++ Cate Le Bon – Duke ++ Nico Sixty – Forty (Icon version) ++ Chris Cohen – Torrey Pine ++ John Andrews & The Yawns – Relax ++ The Microphones – I Want The Wind To Blow ++ Kikagaku Moyo – Green Sugar

Now ... Catching Up With Destroyer :: The Aquarium Drunkard Interview

On Lotta Sea Lice, their debut album of duets, Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile sound relaxed and unfussy. This is no overthought (or overwrought) “supergroup” type outing; it’s simply two pals, comfortable in their friendship and respective sonic identities, getting together to kick out some tunes, mutually. It wasn’t even intended to be an album, not at first at least. “I think our plan was loosely to record two songs,” Barnett says of the record, out this week via Matador Records. “There was never any discussion of a finished product, maybe a 7” if it was any good.”

Real genius. Micro synth.

Now at AD: Sam Sweet on his book about the lost trio Acetone and the particular qualities of light in Los Angeles. Album reissue via @lightintheatticrecords ...

Jim O'Rourke :: Calder Walk (Music Composed For The Whitney Museum's Alexander Calder Exhibition). Now at AD...

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