Presenting a new mixcloud series of hour long playlists posted every other Thursday. Ghost Signals is a collection (mostly) instrumental drone/ambient/doom/psych/post-rock/metal/modern classical pieces that share a common mood, loosely threaded together by samples from old noir movies/short stories/talks and speeches etc, inspired by Midnight Radio by Ehud Lavski and Yael Nathan: https://imgur.com/gallery/oYoLyHC
ghost signal #1: horror eats the light
grails – i want a new drug (00:00)
dag rosenqvist & matthew collings – renaissance (02:57)
erik lavender – innesluten (07:35)
locrian – a visitation from the wrath of heaven (13:04)
glacier – though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be white as snow (21:19)
bohren & der club of gore – maximum black (34:16)
origamibiro – odham’s standard (41:36)
rafael anton irisarri – sky burial (44:36)
wrekmeister harmonies – night of your ascension (pt 5) (49:49)
spoken word parts written by thomas ligotti.
Over the years I’ve found the best music often comes from the places you least expect it to. Not that you wouldn’t expect good stuff from a collaboration between saxophonist extraordinaire Colin Stetson and Liturgy drum whirlwind Greg Fox. But you might not expect it to be this good – and especially this much fun.
“Oh no! The altar is poisoned!”
“God damn it, that’s why we don’t lick the altars Brian!
How many times Brian?
How. Many. Times.”
Read this review at my new haunt over at Echoes & Dust.
The metal titans pull further away from their concept driven roots – can they succeed in defining what a mega-stadium metal band should sound like in 2014?
The debut album by a Converge/Cave In side project that I’m going to call ConCave In to make myself feel clever.
A reasonably promising debut from the New York doom-sludge-sorta-post-ish metal outfit.