Black Storm Breaking

2011-10-21
Dark Ambient, Martial Industrial
Sadayatana Podcast #50
Average Bitrate: 151kbps mp3
Download: archive.org
Cover: Stuck in Customs
Podcast Mirror Site: archive.org
Direct URL: Black Storm Breaking
Review at archive.org: Sadayatana #50

Played excerpts from a new release at Impulsive Habitat Netlabel: James Wyness' "The Tree". Later listening to the show I thought "man this is so good, I should have played the whole thing". Probably later I will.

Fun samples throughout the show.
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00:00Billy San/Wolfgang RaspeAnthenot/Acid Hal 9000 (Mashup)
11:50SadayatanaTitle Intro
12:45John HolowachReceiving Transmission
13:56Narcotic NoiseInfernal Interference
18:28CHVNX002.mp3
18:51AQM & VisoposivThe secret room
27:13Phoenelaithx.2
29:17PulsipherJewel of Denial
33:44KrepulecAlarm!
37:48Lo PanA Crime Without a Name
47:356138Tempting Some Navigation When Common Discussion Dont Change Ii
48:31MoonsugarLuciferian Hearts
59:28Phoenelaithx1.2
64:06James WynessThe tree
72:00HaarkAmoral (Like Any Other Psychopath)
75:08TurmoilJudgment Day Pt. 3
84:55Fasci Di CombattimentoStanovlenie
89:17SadayatanaTitle
89:23Nubiferous1.Nubiferous''Saturnine''(rem
90:31Raduyukatrack4 20100215
102:11Phoenelaithx.3
102:46Ashlesha IXDivine ( Mix )
107:06Phoenelaithx.4
107:30Phoenelaithx.5
107:30James WynessThe tree
110:48Infested With MaggotsA Tragic Death
116:19PolluxSnow (toxic chicken remix)
118:41HighWay17The Broadcast from Nowhere (FranklyShankly Another Version)
129:0815. Electric Mindgate
133:18PolluxPhobia
134:58The Authorblood into water
136:56CHVNX049.mp3
146:05razxca006 Chikeiow
150:02Phoenelaithx.5
150:1921 grammJulia
154:10CHVNX052.mp3
154:21Friends of Sagiuttarius RecordsNew3
157:08auxomauxglass of shampauzen 3
160:47Voyager; Audio LogTRITON, Ice Volcano
163:01razxca6 øùç((((õîüüã888888
165:47Ashlesha IXDarej 3 ( Wave III -3- )
170:33COSMOLOKASnowmaan (edit)
171:31Dick GlasgowKiwi (strathspey)
173:47SadayatanaOutro

He watched the clouds: dark swift horses surging up the sky. A black storm breaking out of its season! That was what love was like, he thought; love which came too late. Only no sane calm succeeded it, as when the evening fragrance or slow sunlight and warmth returned to the surprised land.

- Malcolm Lowry, Under the Volcano