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E GONE – All the Suns of the Earth

"All the Suns of the Earth" by E GONE E GONE is Daniel Westerlund of Swedish psychedelic folk rock group The Goner, and All the Suns of the Earth is his new solo album, which involves a slight change in name and a major progression on the eclectic styles of the earliest Goner recordings. In the same way a properly mixed drug will cure while a mis-formulation could prove fatal, disparate musical elements that in less skilled hands might be disorienting – everything from sitars to banjos, old-school beats to ethnic percussion, stark folk picking to squalling electronics, heart-tugging balladry to strutting acid-rock – instead gets compounded in exact proportion through Westerlund’s ever-growing talents in songwriting, performance, and production, making Suns… a perfectly-apportioned auditory tonic with potentially marvelous restorative powers. Nine tracks, 39 minutes.
$11.00

E GONE – All the Suns of the Earth US

"All the Suns of the Earth" by E GONE E GONE is Daniel Westerlund, the creative force behind Swedish psychedelic folk rock group The Goner. With the full-band Goner on hiatus, for this new solo album Westerlund donned a slight name change and dove into a majorly scaled-up progression on the eclectic solo stylings of the earliest Goner recordings . In the same way a properly mixed drug will cure what ails you while a mis-forumlation could prove fatal, musical elements that in lesser hands might have been a disorienting mash-up – everything from sitars to banjos, old-school beats to ethnic percussion, stark folk picking to squalling electronics, heart-tugging balladry to strutting acid-rock – instead gets compounded in exact proportion through Westerlund’s ever-stronger skills in songwriting, performance, and production, making Suns… a perfectly-apportioned auditory tonic with potentially marvelous restorative powers. Nine tracks, 39 minutes.
$11.00

Evening Fires - Live Spirits

"Live Spirits" by Evening Fires Evening Fires’ (lucky) 13th release is their first recorded live in concert, featuring three extended pieces from various times & lineups channeled into a single ideal/typical show. Which might, for instance, start out on a spiritual vibration in electric mountain drone, then take off to some sort of electro-spectral space excursion, and close with a healthy slug of the good old psychedelic barn rock, all arranged for both trance induction possibility and opening-set conciseness. Evening Fires live appearances being about as elusive as sasquatch sightings, this is likely the only way you’d have an opportunity to experience one, were you to be interested in such a thing. Three tracks, 36 minutes, one set.
$11.00

Evening Fires - Live Spirits International

"Live Spirits" by Evening Fires Evening Fires’ (lucky) 13th release is their first recorded live in concert, featuring three extended pieces from various times & lineups channeled into one single ideal/typical set. Which might for instance stir into action with a rustic tribal drone invocation to wake the spirits, then lift off into some sort of electro-spectral celestial space prog excursion, before sailing back down to earth on a hefty slug of good old patented electric barn rock, all arranged and extended for collective trance induction possibility. Evening Fires live appearances being about as elusive as sasquatch sightings, this is likely the only way you’d have the opportunity to experience one, were you to be interested in such a thing. Three tracks, 36 minutes, one set.
$16.00

Psychic Frost - Taking Lizard Mountain (by Frequency) International

$16.00
"Taking Lizard Mountain (by Frequency)" by Psychic Frost
"All the Suns of the Earth" by E GONE E GONE is Daniel Westerlund, the creative force behind Swedish psychedelic folk rock group The Goner. With the full-band Goner on hiatus, for this new solo album Westerlund donned a slight name change and dove into a majorly scaled-up progression on the eclectic solo stylings of the earliest Goner recordings . In the same way a properly mixed drug will cure what ails you while a mis-forumlation could prove fatal, musical elements that in lesser hands might have been a disorienting mash-up – everything from sitars to banjos, old-school beats to ethnic percussion, stark folk picking to squalling electronics, heart-tugging balladry to strutting acid-rock – instead gets compounded in exact proportion through Westerlund’s ever-stronger skills in songwriting, performance, and production, making Suns… a perfectly-apportioned auditory tonic with potentially marvelous restorative powers. Nine tracks, 39 minutes.
$16.00

Evening Fires - Live Spirits US

"Live Spirits" by Evening Fires Evening Fires’ (lucky) 13th release is their first recorded live in concert, featuring three extended pieces from various times & lineups channeled into one single ideal/typical set. Which might for instance stir into action with a rustic tribal drone invocation to wake the spirits, then lift off into some sort of electro-spectral celestial space prog excursion, before sailing back down to earth on a hefty slug of good old patented electric barn rock, all arranged and extended for collective trance induction possibility. Evening Fires live appearances being about as elusive as sasquatch sightings, this is likely the only way you’d have the opportunity to experience one, were you to be interested in such a thing. Three tracks, 36 minutes, one set.
$11.00

Psychic Frost - Taking Lizard Mountain (by Frequency) US

$11.00
"Taking Lizard Mountain (by Frequency)" by Psychic Frost
"Resthetic Guitar" by Pairdown Raymond Morin and David Leicht are Pairdown, a Pittsburgh-based acoustic guitar duo much respected by their peers but criminally underrepresented in recorded form. Aesthetic Guitar began life as a self-released CDR EP in 2012, but this new version finds the disc expanded to double its original length, a diverse set of studio and live recordings that showcase the full range of the pair’s considerable skills in both song and instrumental formats. Stylistically, Pairdown sidesteps the post-Fahey/American Primitive raga-isms common in fingerstyle guitar these days, instead drawing on sources both within the six-string tradition (Kottke, Grossman, Renbourn, Dave Evans) and well beyond it (Ellington, Satie), folding those influences into a rich set of baroque miniatures and distinctive compositions that stand shoulder-to-shoulder with anyone working in the field today. 16 tracks, 44 minutes.
$11.00

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