Archive for October 2012

Experience Of Time

Dark Ambient, Drone, Noise
Sadayatana Podcast #104
Average Bitrate: 145kbps mp3
Cover: FM Era
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Direct URL: Experience Of Time
Review at Sadayatana #104

The only experience of time that one can have is of a subjective time that is created by one's own mental processes, but in relationship to the Newtonian universe there is no time whatsoever. One exists in eternity, one has become eternal, the universe is aging at a staggering rate all around one in this situation, but that is perceived as a fact of this universe — the way we perceive Newtonian physics as a fact of this universe. One has transited into the eternal mode. One is then apart from the moving image; one exists in the completion of eternity.

- Terence McKenna

00:00John Tocher[LIVE] Grove of Whispers
06:00Grove of Whispers (featuring pixyblink)Carmilla
22:52Zreen ToyzWalking Of Velocipedes
27:37Vladimír HirschEísodos
34:32Grove of WhispersForester 1
41:35AjnaSubconscious Snow Fields I
50:37AjnaSubconscious Snow Fields II
54:23John TenneyWeedwhackers (Lafayette, Ca)
54:58Grove of WhispersForester 2
55:57Lucas DarklordLive At Audio Pollen
58:50Stream Angel & The Implicit OrderMidnight Obsessions
59:38Vladimír HirschVladimír Hirsch: Apotheosis
72:19Anastasia VronskiSecret Place
72:35Grove of WhispersGrowl
94:29Grove of WhispersSwirl
114:39Luis AnteroO Colecionador de Sons_Emissao #62 (excerpt)
119:31Grove of Whispers[LIVE] Grove of Whispers
174:20elizabeth Veldondiamond patterns where cut in the concrete
177:13Dugald McNeillThere's nane like Jesus
180:49RavcanJourney through the Space

Ephemeral City

Dark Ambient, Experimental, Noise
Sadayatana Podcast #103
Average Bitrate: 141kbps mp3
Cover: Medina World
Podcast Mirror Site:
Direct URL: Ephemeral City
Review at Sadayatana #103

I remembered a phrase, 'the ephemeral city,' that I had come across in a book at school. Yes, ephemeral was the right word, I decided: before anyone realized it--even the people living there--the streets would have changed into something different. Today's streets were not tomorrow's, nor were tomorrow's those of the day after....

- Yukio Mishima, Cigarette (1946)

00:00Grove Of WhispersNixon: I am not a crook
06:40M27The Dumbell Nebula
19:06JS Gluck and Noise ResearchIncredible Machine (Sleepy Remix)
35:54Xalm RetributionUnderground Life
39:56Sobria Ebrietasse. 1 (excerpt)
43:43Xalm RetributionPerversion Returns
47:35Charles PremierAnxiogène nettoyé
47:54Xalm RetributionIn The Dead Of Night
52:19Charles PremierRumeur pour Japonais
53:28Xalm RetributionTroubled Waters
61:48Xalm RetributionDespair
67:50Xalm RetributionSnowstorm Of Loneliness
74:36Xalm RetributionFinal Countdown
82:01Charles PremierLumineuse
92:09Grove of WhispersLIVE: Featuring Charles Premier
156:05Charles PremierLumineuse (version longue)
176:06David B. DanaEvening Star
178:34M27The veil

The World

Dark Ambient, Experimental, Noise
Sadayatana Podcast #102
Average Bitrate: 141kbps mp3
Cover: FM Era
Podcast Mirror Site:
Direct URL: The World
Review at Sadayatana #102

At the center of religion is love. I love you and I forgive you. I am like you and you are like me. I love all people. I love the world. I love creating. Everything in our life should be based on love.

- Ray Bradbury, as quoted in "Sci-fi legend "Ray Bradbury on God, 'monsters and angels'" by John Blake, CNN : Living (2010)

00:00encephalaThe Magic Lantern
04:35Janes scenic drivein the country of her eyes
05:11Dronny DarkoAsperatus (Remixed by Antropik)
15:50encephalaThe Color of Your Socks
19:23Dronny DarkoSeparation Anxiety (Remix of Dronny Darko's When Separated by Tuonela)
21:47PolluxNeo Tokyo
38:35elizabeth Veldona ruined hut beset by the winds
82:34Dronny DarkoViscosity (Remixed by Red Clouds)
98:25Half Evidence (Charles Premier And Kecap Tuyul)Live October 12, 2012 (for Sadayatana)
116:40encephalaThe Last Name
122:08Dronny DarkoNothing Has Ever Happened (Remixed by IOK-1)
143:27John Tocher[LIVE] Grove of Whispers

Delight In Shadows

Dark Ambient, Space Drone, Experimental
Sadayatana Podcast #101
Average Bitrate: 139kbps mp3
Cover: FM Era
Podcast Mirror Site:
Direct URL: Delight In Shadows
Review at Sadayatana #101

Why should this propensity to seek beauty in darkness be so strong only in Orientals? The West too has known a time when there was no electricity, gas, or petroleum, yet so far as I know the West has never been disposed to delight in shadows. Japanese ghosts have traditionally no feet; Western ghosts have feet, but are transparent. As even this trifle suggests, pitch darkness has always occupied our fantasies, while in the West even ghosts are clear as glass. This is true too of our household implements: we prefer colours compounded of darkness, they prefer the colours of sunlight. And of silverware and copperware: we love them for the burnish and patina, which they consider unclean, insanitary, and polish to a glittering brilliance. They paint their ceilings and walls in pale colours to drive out as many of the shadows as they can. We fill our gardens with dense plantings, they spread out a flat expanse of grass.

- Jun’ichirō Tanizaki, In Praise of Shadows (1933)

00:00John TocherAt Novel Cafe Talking With Anthony
00:54Another Neglected HobbyDeep End of the Night Sky
15:52TheePsionicAssemblya gathering at thee end ov times
22:46Cousin SilasTime Dilates
37:54Bird ParadigmaClosure
39:32I Am EsperCave Rituals
50:03WehwaltAnacoluthe K.
64:13LienullnoyzBad Dream
64:31MystifiedDream Journey
66:27TheePsionicAssemblythee engineer has decreed
69:46HoukoliartilisominityAfternoon Outsider
78:41elizabeth Veldonrub of your make up and cover your arms because the lord hates beauty and joy
101:20Cousin SilasZenophobia
120:17TheePsionicAssemblyas souls turn to dust
139:47MüldeponieA Cold Late Evening
159:22John TocherThe Sonambulist Session 12a
175:06John TocherThe Atrocity Chronicles
179:50Adolf HitlerSome Hitler Speech (chopped and screwed)