The Woodshed

2011-09-09
Dark Ambient, Experimental, Drone, Field Recordings
Sadayatana Podcast #44
Average Bitrate: 150kbps mp3
Download: archive.org
Cover: skagman
Podcast Mirror Site: archive.org
Direct URL: the-woodshed
Review at archive.org: Sadayatana #44

Another mashup of one of Mystified's drone tunes. This time his soda bottle drone is mixed with an old bagpipe 78. So nice of him to let me abuse his music in this way. It's fun!

Oh man... Fabián Ramírez played live from Mexico City --in his dark ambient incarnation Obscure Visions. Later in the week I stitched in a flac recording of his set that he provided me. Maximum fidelity. Sounds great. This set will be released later on my new Netlabel Buddhist on Fire. Several releases coming, including Shane Morris: "Approaching Singularity", Seetya: "Tagundnachtgleiche", and Bunk Data & Exuviae: Subseason III. Man, I can't wait. Oh wait, I have already been listening to them. A lot.
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00:00Willie RossWhistle o'er the lave o't
00:45MystifiedSoda Bottle Drone
06:16HorchataCrypsis
14:57Jeff GburekMurmurs, Then, Grains Of Drought
20:41René Muñoz CórdovaMundo Real V
26:22CoevalI Went To The Woods
32:01OsoroshisaDosei
39:15MikraReal.
42:00FoselAutofac
49:06HerdTerminal Window
51:24KalteHarbig-Haro Object
57:37Jeff Sampson with MystifiedCorpse Raiser
70:14Obscure VisionsObscure Visions on Sadayatana [LIVE]
117:19SadayatanaVoiceover
120:30David VelezCuatro Horas En El Páramo
126:53BlackberrySearching (feat. Spinning Merkaba)
129:37Giorgos StefanouTravelling in Space-Time B
132:09Réne Muñoz CórdovaVer Hurtam
133:47Paregorik & Phalanx feat The White RabbitCity Beam
136:35CrepusculoIn The Blackhole
145:52CoevalLa Angostura
149:04David VelezMemoria Fragmentada
152:14Juan Jose CalarcoLimites
154:40cdrxTravel by night
157:18Simon WhethamKwai Pontoons
165:42Sophokles ArvanitisSoniferous Garden
168:00VioletOkraina
174:54Judith Peacock CummingsAlasdair Mhic Cholla Ghasda
176:26SadayatanaOutro

...you had seen something nasty in the woodshed.
You'd never forgotten it.
...but you'd remembered all your life.

- Stella Gibbons, Cold Comfort Farm