Not sure quite what to say, but this semester has been a good one

We kicked things off with the Sun Ra Arkestra led by Marshall Allen. I was fortunate enough to see them perform this song a few weeks ago in New Orleans and it was truly magical. Some Psychic and Powerless regulars on here: dug into MV & EE's 2011 tour with Mick Flower, live Sonic Youth from the oft-neglected A Thousand Leaves Tour, Daniel Bachman performing in support of his new record, new Tashi Dorji (Kuzu), and Christina Carter in duo form with Heather Leigh as Scorces.

Plus! - Long form psych from Heavy Winged, a snippet of Derek Bailey and Han Bennink, Nico, Senyawa, and a Willie Lane cut fresh from his reissue on Feeding Tube. 

Hour 1

  1. The Sun Ra Arkestra Directed by Marshall Allen – “We Travel the Spaceways”, (July 17th, 2016, Chicago)
  2. Hush Arbors – “Devil Made You High”, Yankee Reality, Ecstatic Peace!, 2009
  3. Heavy Winged – Excerpt from “The Very Eye of the Night”, The Very Eye of the Night, Whistle Along Records, 2007
  4. Matt La Joie – “Juicy Fruit (Herbsman Dub)”, No Slack, Crash Symbols, 2018
  5. Believers – “Downtown”, Lost Tracks, Blueberry Honey
  6. Derek Bailey & Han Bennink – Excerpt from “Din Din Teo” – Derek Bailey & Han Bennink, Incus, 1972
  7. MV & EE – “Speed Queen”, April Flower Tour, Heroine Celestial Agriculture, (April 9th 2011, Philadelphia)
  8. MV & EE – “Environments”, April Flower Tour, Heroine Celestial Agriculture, (April 6th, 2011, Boston)

 Hour 2

  1. Scorces – Excerpt from “Holding”, Scorces, Wholly Other, 2001
  2. Nico – “I’ll Keep It With Mine”, Chelsea Girl, Verve, 1967
  3. Willie Lane – “Silversleeve Raga”, Known Quantity, Cord-Art, 2009
  4. Belong – “All Equal Now”, October Language, Carpark Records, 2006
  5. Senyawa -  “Brønsjøj 3”, Brønshøj (Puncak), Cejero, 2016
  6. Kuzu – “Fontanelles II”, Hiljaisuss, Astral Spirits, Monofonus Press, 2018
  7. Sonic Youth – “Hits of Sunshine”, (June 3rd, 1998, Atlanta)
  8. Daniel Bachman – “The Flower Tree > Wine and Peanuts”, (August 19th, 2018, New York City) (from the NYC Taper blog)

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