Sadayatana Podcast #79
Average Bitrate: 140kbps mp3
Podcast Mirror Site: archive.org
Direct URL: The Silence
Review at archive.org: Sadayatana #79
Some good Houston noise from Infant Mortality Rate, released through Brownian Motion.
Cool tracks from Trust.Falls, from their release "The Road To Pinewood". This is a nice fun dark album with some cool samples. I bitched about it being released "all rights reserved" and they changed it to creative commons. I'm glad they did. Thank you.
Some of the new release from Impulsive Habitat "Mecha / Orga" is featured.
Released today on Buddhist on Fire: Zreen Toyz "Underground Klang", an excerpt from the track "The Schnitzler Suite" is featured. "Juicy, junior. Real juicy".
Thanks again to Shane Morris for providing some shortwave samples. I hope he will do some more he has such a great ear.
Thanks also to Ayn Morgan for allowing the use of the recording where she is sanding.
Dedicated to Siskiyou.
|00:55||Shane Morris||shortwave 11|
|03:47||Luís Antero||Concerto Para Olhos Vendados LX|
|07:01||Artificial Memory Trace||Part 1|
|23:28||Monoceros||Magatzem abandonar, St Julià de Ramis|
|28:20||Juan Antonio Nieto||Pangea-3|
|36:03||The Smudge||Pot Smoke Coma|
|40:16||Darwin Raymond||(Not Even) Hope|
|47:14||Artificial Memory Trace||Part 2, Sequence A|
|52:16||Deer||The Black Sails (Unfurl As You Arrive)|
|74:10||Trust.Falls||Two Lane Blacktop|
|82:36||Radio Reference||NYPD Special Ops Div 2012.02.09|
|87:55||CDRX||Le murmure des ombres|
|104:30||Trust.Falls||Missed Call [Extended Mix]|
|106:38||Trust.Falls||Jaws Of Life/Tape Of Death|
|110:56||Shane Morris||shortwave 12|
|115:30||ill will featuring 3:33||Franktapes|
|121:45||Infant Mortality Rate||Jam For Contact Mic And Geophone|
|128:41||Nigel Samways||Vicarage Sabbaticals|
|132:40||Mecha / Orga||01|
|143:06||Shane Morris||shortwave Preacher|
|144:47||Zreen Toyz||The Schnitzler Suite|
|158:20||Deer||i Didnt Want To See You Or Talk|
|161:36||Juan Antonio Nieto||Pangea-2|
|163:57||Various Artists||22 postmeshische - field recordings|
|170:10||Xesús Valle||Unstructured Data|
|172:44||Ploof||on a plane|
|175:45||EugeneKha||In Shuttle Train|
|177:48||Enrico Caruso||Tosca, E lucevan le stelle (April 1903)|
|180:11||Jack Hertz||In the Fog|
From the useless pole lamp in the living room it oozed out, meshing with the empty and wordless descent of itself from the fly-specked ceiling. It managed in fact to emerge from every object within his range of vision, as if it—the silence—meant to supplant all things tangible.
- Philip K. Dick, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (1968)