It’s now a given that when Future Sequence releases one of its free comps that it’s essential listening. Now on volume 6, the experimental label and magazine presents 40 ambient and drone tracks over 4 hours. Only 10 tracks in, and I’m already in love with Cinchel, Radere and Lucy Claire.
Going to Maryland Deathfest? Here’s a teaser trailer to a documentary that will be filmed in Baltimore this weekend. Maybe you can be a part of it! At the very least, I’m a talking head in the thing, so there’s that.
After a little bit of radio silence, the great rare music blog Ghost Capital has re-emerged, seemingly better than ever. Tons of great stuff to check out. I think I’m going to dig the ultra-scarce Phil Yost LP on Takoma first!
Out of time and out of earth, The Glinting Spade is a droning, deep pagan folk record by In Gowan Ring. Released in 1999, Bobin Eirth’s debut predates the milk-eyed menders of the mid-aughts by several years (not to mention the Chelsea Wolfes and King Dudes of now). I had completely forgotten about it until Opus pointed out the vinyl reissue and Bandcamp stream. This music is easy to get lost in, if you’re looking to get lost.