AVAILABLE:

AST100: V/A - FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE EARTH TO THE TOP OF THE WAZIR 12" COMPILATION
AST101: V/A - PEDESTAL ARTS ESTATE COMPILATION C90
AST108: ROMAN NAILS - NEW TERR C25
AST109: PETRO & CRUNCHE - CHUNKS C40
AST112: V/A - OSMOSIS: ALTERED STATES OF DOWN UNDER DOUBLE CS
AST114: DYKTANDO ARCHIVE 14-19 C31

AST115: 2200 - WORLD’S FARE C32

AST116: STRAHINJA ARBUTINA PLEASE KILL ME, MY SELECTA! C46
AST117: MIKEY YOUNG - CURTAINS C34

AST118: AFRICAN GHOST VALLEY - PEG&X C33

AST119: IMPATIENS - SCENE AT THE RIVER C25

AST120: TSAP - FLICKERING LYGHTE IN CAMPSITE LP
AST130: TROTH - FLAWS IN THE GLASS LP

OUT EVENTUALLY:

TH BLISKS
MCHY I POROSTY
COOPER BOWMAN
DEBRIS
1TOO
BLUETUNG
LOW FLUNG
TSAP
MUURA / SUNSET FLIPS
SUNSET FLIPS
IDEA FIRE COMPANY
SUBURBAN CRACKED COLLECTIVE
GERMAN ARMY


BIGCARTEL | DISCOGS | SOUNDCLOUD | BANDCAMP

Sunday, August 26, 2018

Cooper Bowman 'Agrestic Aether' Mix For Sanpo Disco.




This is a combination of the two dominant kinds of music I’m really interested in these days: minimal ambient and downer country. On face value, you would assume they wouldn’t work together or compliment each other, but I think there is a shared melancholy and contemplation in both strands. The transcendental, other-worldliness of aetheric ambience and the firmly ground-rooted lyricism of country desperadoes meeting somewhere in the middle. I’ve included some relatively well-known country artists, like Townes Van Zandt and Gene Clark, but dug out lesser-known live recordings of them. The Townes track is culled from a live set he performed in 1990 in Brunswick (yeah, Sydney Road Brunswick). I’d been considering the mix on some recent solo hikes around kunanyi / Mt. Wellington, where the image was taken. The mountain and surrounding area has a storybook-like quality, but the terrain becomes harsh the deeper you become immersed and there are still reminders of its historical past littered throughout.