Some World

Drone, Dark Ambient, Soundscapes
Sadayatana Podcast #75
Average Bitrate: 156kbps mp3
Cover: Ravenelle
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Review at Sadayatana #75

Tonight's show was mostly a mix of music released last week by Edu Comelles in his guise as Mensa and a various field recordings by... me. I really like the music of Edu Comelles and his label I think you will too.

New from Impulsive Habitat: David Velez's "Forma y percepción".

A few more tracks from the new release at Seetyca & Etheocles Stevens: "Sulphur VI".

Also new from Webbed Hand Records, tracks from the new Ice Guild Kaiser "The Past Is Foreign, and from Materia Confusa's "".

Also new music from Mystified. He took a track I played at the end of Sadayatana show #37 "Night Owl Theater, a 78 of the French "Garde Républicaine" Band playing "The Star Spangled Banner." and droned it out somehow. It totally rocks.
00:00FrenicTime Present Now (edit)
01:12Mensa (aka Edu Comelles)TS20
10:31John TocherChinese Hauz (field recording)
10:34Mensa (aka Edu Comelles)TS20
18:14Mensa (aka Edu Comelles)TS40
23:56John Tocherkeyboard
23:58Mensa (aka Edu Comelles)TS40
33:02David VelezForma y percepción
48:22seetyca & etheocles stevensan endless sea of sulphur
58:38Materia ConfusaAxis Mundi
63:39Chris Whitehead1Dunes
70:41John TocherTrain
71:43Edu Comellescampanes_01
74:30Alozeau & Edu ComellesN 39 4783 E 0 3771
84:39John TocherNight.Sounds
91:40Mensa (aka Edu Comelles)TS50
115:36Mensa (aka Edu Comelles)TS60
136:01Ice Guild KaiserThe Arcane Dreamboat
140:39Ice Guild KaiserA Porcelain Astronaut
147:44Mensa (aka Edu Comelles)TS60
153:54Ice Guild KaiserWeathered Dollhouse
156:31Mensa (aka Edu Comelles)TS60
162:16John Tocher2012 01 06 TCT VO
163:17seetyca & etheocles stevensglowing holes in the night sky
171:36Mensa (aka Edu Comelles)TS70
176:19Ruth EttingApril Showers
178:49Mensa (aka Edu Comelles)TS70

When your dreams are of some world that never was or of some world that never will be and you are happy again then you will have given up. Do you understand? And you cant give up.

- Cormac McCarthy, The Road (2006)