Archive | March, 2017

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[SF003] Various Artists – Night Recordings From Bali (Sublime Frequencies,2003)

[SF003] Various Artists – Night Recordings From Bali (Sublime Frequencies,2003) The island of Bali is Indonesia’s most popular place. With the modern beach resorts at Kuta and Legian, the lovely, tropic interior of palm-covered hills and rice paddies, and a rich variety of art, dance and music, it is a destination of choice for travelers […]

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[SF002] Various Artists – Radio Java (Sublime Frequencies,2003)

[SF002] Various Artists – Radio Java (Sublime Frequencies,2003) As promised, here’s the next volume for everyone thanks to our newest subscriber (you know who you are). New subscribers will unlock additional volumes early, so if you haven’t already, please subscribe and we’ll share the additional volumes right away. 1 Radio Jakarta #1 2 Radio Surabaya […]

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[SF001] Folk And Pop Sounds Of Sumatra Vol.1

Depending on where you currently reside, you may be celebrating the Spring equinox, Nowruz, or another celebration or rebirth and renewal. What better time to kick off a new series, and this one’s a DOOSIE! Sublime Frequencies is an Arizona label founded by brothers Alan and Richard Bishop (formally of the Sun City Girls) whose unstated goal […]

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Robert Millis-Leaf Music, Drunks, Distant Drums

Robert Millis-Leaf Music, Drunks, Distant Drums* Sadly unavailable record on the now defunct Anomalous imprint.  Check HERE for any remaining inventory from this esoteric label. “Culled and carefully edited from many hours of field recordings made in Southeast Asia by Robert Millis, member of Climax Golden Twins. A mix of ambiance and music including a beguiling […]

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ØשLQÆDA and the सølγ שаябlɛş blog

ØשLQÆDA and the सølγ שаябlɛş  blog Long overdue tribute to the blog that inspired so many others.  Much has been written in defense of this incredible collection, but perhaps none so poignant as this message from Gary at Bodega Pop: “These blogs are libraries of cultural treasures. “Piracy” doesn’t even apply, really- blogs like Holy Warbles […]