Dead Machines

Drone, Experimental, Dark Ambient
Sadayatana Podcast #80
Average Bitrate: 137kbps mp3
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Review at Sadayatana #80

A mix of field recordings from my porch and in front of my house, rain and cicadas and drones.

Some experimental music, some noise. Was a strange show. I had to go where the sound led me.

Thank you to Mystified for creating his "Polka Drones". I had challenged him as kind of a dare over Jack Hertz kidding me about the 78s I play at the end of my show (as if polka music could be a bad thing.) Mystified pulled through admirably. I knew he would...

A track from the new The Implicit Order release: "Sleeper Catcher/Time Exposure" is featured. I wanted to play more but the general sound of the show led me elsewhere. I do love me some The Implicit Order though, this one a collaboration with artist Mary Shelley.

Tracks from the new Loopool: the Field Recordings Project are featured.

The show closes with a track from the new release from Ilse: "Soundtracks Vol. 4", Ayn Morgan's: "Compartmental".
00:00nojoinedThe Romance of Morse Code
10:01lusrutaFirst Scene
17:52Travis JohnsonC8trah00
20:41Lucas DarklordSide A - (Staff Who Will Help Deliver Prosperity)
25:49Marta ZapparoliDeep In The Black Sheep
30:58Marta ZapparoliTurbulence Of The Soul
37:52Music From the FilmAokigahara Forest
42:30UbuibiPark St Bridge
46:05John TocherCicadas In Front of House At Dusk (2012-05-11)
50:20nojoinedspirits of the ether (crystal mix)
83:09AairriaThere But Unseen
116:26Ayankoko & Margaret UnknownLive At Subterrarium 2012-04-27
120:52Abominations of YondoThat Remote and Awful Twilight: Into Futurity
124:10Mary Shelley & The Implicit OrderMittens Lost In The Spookhouse
126:56Steam flowTrain At Night
130:29Don HaugenAeolian Mausoleum
139:48Caterpillars Dressed In Their FinestSubterranean Tide
146:57John TocherRain From Porch (2012-05-11)
148:41EugeneKhaFirst Echo Of A Rain
155:0900xASV (Aformentioned Spiritual Vomit)
173:12Ayn MorganCompartmental
175:33F. JardellaSpaghetti Polka (1898)

Silence. It flashed from the woodwork and the walls; it smote him with an awful, total power, as if generated by a vast mill. It rose from the floor, up out of the tattered gray wall-to-wall carpeting. It unleashed itself from the broken and semi-broken appliances in the kitchen, the dead machines which hadn’t worked in all the time Isidore had lived here.

- Philip K. Dick, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (1968)