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#8 - 28.06.20 - Ominous - Top Black Metal Albums 1995-1997 - featuring: Dissection, Dark Funeral, Satyricon, Emperor, Gorgoroth, Burzum, Enslaved, Kampfar, Ulver, Immortal.

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#8 - 28.06.20 - Ominous - Top Black Metal Albums 1995-1997 - featuring: Dissection, Dark Funeral, Satyricon, Emperor, Gorgoroth, Burzum, Enslaved, Kampfar, Ulver, Immortal.

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Dissection - Storm Of The Light's Bane
Dissection - Storm Of The Light's Bane (1995) - Night's Blood - 00:00
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Dissection - Storm Of The Light's Bane (1995) - Unhallowed - 06:40
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Dark Funeral - The Secrets of The Black Arts
Dark Funeral - The Secrets of The Black Arts (1996) - The Dawn No More Rises - 14:06
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Dark Funeral - The Secrets of The Black Arts (1996) - The Secrets of the Black Arts - 17:45
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satyricon-nemesis-divina-1997
Satyricon - Nemesis Divina (1996) - Forhekset - 21:41
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Satyricon - Nemesis Divina (1996) - Mother North - 26:08
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Emperor - Anthems of the Welkin at Dusk
Emperor - Anthems of the Welkin at Dusk (1996) - Ye Entrancemperium - 32:30
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Emperor - Anthems of the Welkin at Dusk (1996) - Ensorcelled By Khaos - 37:45
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Gorgoroth - Antichrist (1996)
Gorgoroth - Antichrist (1996) - Gorgoroth - 44:20
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Gorgoroth - Antichrist (1996) - Possessed by Satan - 50:09
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Burzum - Filosofem (1996) - Dunkelheit - 54:57
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Burzum - Filosofem (1996) - Jesus' Tod - 01:01:57
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Enslaved - Eld (1997)
Enslaved - Eld (1997) - 793 (Slaget Om Lindisfarne) - 01:10:32
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Enslaved - Eld (1997) - Glemt - 01:26:38
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Kampfar - Mellom Skogkledde Aaser
Kampfar - Mellom Skogkledde Aaser (1997) - Valdogg - 01:34:42
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Kampfar - Mellom Skogkledde Aaser (1997) - Valgalderkvad - 01:43:24
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Ulver - Nattens Madrigal (1997)
Ulver - Nattens Madrigal (1997) - II - 01:50:56
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Ulver - Nattens Madrigal (1997) - VI - 01:57:02
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Immortal - Blizzard Beasts (1997)
Immortal - Blizzard Beasts (1997) - Mountains of Might - 02:02:30
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Immortal - Blizzard Beasts (1997) - Noctambulant - 02:09:03
It’s a bold and brave statement but a very personal one, one from experience: the best produced and most ground breaking releases that are filed under Second Wave of Black Metal and/or Scandinavian Black Metal happened in the period of 1995 to 1997.
Sure there are a handful of classic releases before – and they are classics for me too, specially by Bathory and Darkthrone – but these 2-3 years will be remembered as the quintessential period marking the sensational rise of the bands featured in this mix, and in most cases considered by many to be coincident with the release of their magnum opus.
Black Metal 2nd Wave – The Origins
By the late 80’s I was done with UK post-punk and was looking towards US bands for inspiration.
Sonic Youth and Pixies were a mighty reference but also The Jesus Lizard, Fugazi, Buthole Surfers or Faith No More, to name a few. Then, in some house party somebody played a truly screamer of a track. It was from The Young God’s 1989 album ‘L’Eau Rouge’ and I was floored. I felt like the first time I listened to Sex gang Children or Swans, it was exhilarating and the most exciting sound I had heard for a long time. Little did I know that would be my gateway to Metal.
But first, enter Ministry. Till then I was oblivious to Metal, I despised hard rock and glam and wouldn’t go anywhere near Iron Maiden or Judas Priest but listening to Ministry’s 1989 album ‘The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste’ open the floodgates to a new sound that I wanted to investigate. Through subsequent releases by Ministry, Swans, Godflesh, Fudge Tunel or Prong, I dug deeper into their industrial and trash influences and through a little bit of Metallica I got myself straight into Death and Doom-Metal.
Early education from Paradise Lost, Slayer and Sepultura gave way to more extreme acts such as Morbid Angel, Obituary, Cannibal Corpse and Napalm Death. This happens between 1990-92 and the whole Grunge phenomenon (Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains…) and Rap-Metal abuse (Rage against The Machine, Red Hot Chilly Peppers…) is starting to really blow in Europe. I am paying attention. Reading an article about Nirvana on some zine ahead of the release of ‘Nevermind’ I decide to place an oder for the record in my local record store. Three weeks later my mother gets the call. I was the first guy with a copy in my town. I lend it to the local live music venue, kids go nuts. It is a good record but my mind is already somewhere else.
It’s sometime in 1993. Another lazy Saturday afternoon at a friend’s house. Somebody plays a very unique record. It’s Bathory’s 1988 ‘Blood Fire Death’.
I had listened to inspired intros, from classical to Vangelis, but ‘Oden Ride over Nordland’ coupled with the cover of the album sent chills down my spine. The front cover comes from ‘The Wild Hunt of Odin’, a painting dated from 1872 by Peter Nicolai Arbo. The Wild Hunt motif is taken from Viking era folklore, an image that has since become popular with a number of the Second Wave of Black Metal bands, particularly from Scandinavia.
The first track blends into ‘A Fine day to Die’. The acoustic part turns into the first ever pagan/black metal track I have ever listened to.
This is unlike anything Metal I had experienced before. It’s cold but beautiful. It’s production is raw but you can hear everything. Again, the acoustic guitar and choir chants come in to soothe things, tempo and mood changing. The guitar work/solo that follows is absolutely on point, screaming atmosphere and intent, and I DON’T like solos.
The highlight of the album though is the title track ‘Blood Fire Death’, which is still my favorite 10 minute metal track ever in my book.
There’s no words to describe the intensity and emotion radiating from this track. This is a special record, not the first or highest ranked by Bathory but acknowledged as quintessential and a mandatory listen for any serious extreme metal fan.It is important to note that at the time of its recording Bathory was essentially a solo project, with its founder Quorthon arranging every bit of music, writing every lyric, singing all vocals, and playing every instrument. Bathory may never get the recognition it deserves, but considering Quorthon’s incredibly influential body of work, most of which he did on his own from this album on, it would be fair to call him one of contemporary music’s truly underappreciated geniuses.
RIP Quorthon (1966-2004). Gone too soon.
By now, in Norway another music revolution is taking place. Enter the Second Wave of Black Metal, or True Norwegian Black Metal as you prefer.
It is known as Second Wave because there had been a First wave, emerging in the early 80’s and headed by bands such as Venom, Hellhammer, Mercyful Fate and Celtic Frost, but I didn’t pay attention then and even after revisiting key releases for context I was not hooked. I read about it, I understand the influence those bands left in that scene but I didn’t belong and I don’t really do well with music catch up.
Much has been written about the origins and rise of the scene, but let’s just say that a band called Mayhem played the biggest role in the development of that second wave, influencing bands through their live shows all over Europe and with their EP “Deathcrush”, which became one of the most legendary and sought after records in the metal underground.
There are pivotal moments in music such as the first known Kraftwerk live performance in Berlin in 1970, or the Sex Pistols gig in Manchester in 1976, that transformed the English music scene forever and this is another of those moments. If Bathory were an undeniable influence of the second coming of Black Metal, Mayhem were the instigators of the scene that would follow, through their sound – a blend of early Morbid Angel, Entombed, Slayer and Bathory resulting in the most extreme music being played at the time – and their cathartic presence and image.
What followed is a phenomenon. On the heels of Mayhem, the Norwegian scene rapidly spawns bands such as Burzum, Darkthrone, Emperor, Gorgoroth and Immortal whose members were only but a bunch of teens and already they showed touches of genius.
I am not putting this forward lightly. These Swedish and Norwegian kids have recorded some seriously original and influential music. It’s not by chance.
The amount of impact these bands have had was felt almost immediately, as outside Norway bands like Impaled Nazarene, Marduk, Beherit, Dissection and Cradle Of Filth soon released records in the similar style.
Splits and albums are being released at a relentless pace between 1992-94 with the most notorious bands honing their skills and showing promise. This is more than just a fad! The bands can play and the scene is attracting a lot of attention.
By 1995 the True Norwegian Black Metal institution rules. The godfathers of the movement are well known: Emperor, Immortal, Satyricon, Gorgoroth and Dimmu Borgir, but bands are forming everywhere from Chile to Japan spreading like a virus.
Its 1994. Enter a very special Open Air Festival. In a rather small town East of Porto called Penafiel some guy is organising the 4th edition of the ‘Ultrabrutal Festival Penafiel’. The lineup consists of Hipocrisy, Grave, Gorefest and… Cradle of Filth.
This is COF’s first appearance in Portugal and one of their first gigs supporting the release of their debut ‘The Principle of Evil Made Flesh’. I wanted to see the band live. The setting is not favourable: its July and temperatures reach 34 degrees. They’re playing sometime around 4pm and the blackest of blacks looks like a lame grey under the sun and your typical corpse paint just look silly (it still does).
The band play flawlessly, the sound is huge and they win the crowd. I mean, they sounded absolutely unique.
Credit to the PA and sound guys, the sound really is massive and crushing, its tons heavier than the somewhat thin production of the debut. As a drummer myself I can’t but stare in awe at Nick Barker’s performance on drums. He is a beast and would justify all the hype (once named the fastest drummer on Earth) and his prolific career as a session and live drummer with many other bands (as of 2022 he plays with Shining).
A stream of new releases happen in the coming years. Producers take rounds in stints with the up and coming bands and some masterful works are released.
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#166 - Ambient - 05.07.24

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1. Black Swan – The Sentimental Drift (2019) – Birth 00:00
2. Abul Mogard – Works (2016) – Despite Faith – 02:34
3. Chaz Knapp & Mariel Roberts – Setting Fire to these Dark Times (2023) – Avoiding Sprinklers in Richardson, TX – 08:05
4. BJ Nilsen – The Short Night (2007) – Black Light – 12:35
5. Tomorrowland – Steroscopic Soundwaves (Bliss Out V6) (1997) – Spiraea – 16:40
6. GAS – Königsforst (2016) – Königsforst 3 – 18:55
7. Richard Hronský – Konspekt (2022) – Untitled – 27:40
8. Maria W Horn – Panoptikon (2024) – Panoptikon – 30:48
9. Roly Porter – Life Cycle of a Massive Star (2013) – Sequence – 36:10
10. EUS – Devenir (2019) – El Camino 2 – 40:45
11. Jute Gyte – Krun Macula (2023) – Krun Macula – 48:40
12. zakè – Orchestral Tape Studies II (2023) – Bestir Thyself – 57:16

Mix Cover: Artwork for Jute Gyte released ‘Krun Macula’ – “Sampling music written 2017-2022” – out June 2023 on Bandcamp only.
Main Image: Maria W Horn (pic ©piercarloquecchia)

#165 - Electronic - 30.06.24

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1. Tim Hecker – The North Water OST (2021) – Loot – 00:00
2. Hiro Kone – Silvercoat The Throng (2021) – Mundus Patet – 02:15
3. Worriedaboutsatan – If Not Now When (2024) – Everything Remotely Useful Must Be Destroyed… – 07:28
4. Pariah – Here From Where We Are (2018) – Log Jam – 13:20
5. Jlin with Kronos Quartet – Akoma (2024) – Sodalite – 16:48
6. Murcof – The Alias Sessions (2021) – Shadow Surfing – 20:34
7. Pan Daijing – Jade (2021) – The Goat – 28:20
8. Prurient – Bermuda Drain (2011) – Let’s Make A Slave – 31:55
9. Vril & Rødhåd – Out Of Place Artefacts (2020) – Moscovium – 36:21
10. Drone Assembly – Drone Assembly (2024) – The Apiary – 40:10
11. The Future Eve with Robert Wyatt – Kitsune/Brian The Fox (2019) – 02.03 – 56:48

Mix Cover: Artwork for Worriedaboutsatan – If Not Now When (2024).
Main Image: Hiro Kone.

#164 - Experimental / Drone - 23.06.24

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1. Divide And Dissolve – Systemic (2023) – Desire – 00:00
2. Fear Falls Burning – I’m One of Those Monsters numb with Grace (2009) – 19:46 (edit) – 03:58
3. NYIÞ – ᛬​ᚢ​ᛁ​ᛋ​ᚿ​ᛁ​•​ᚼ​ᛆ​ᛏ​ᛁ​•​ᚼ​ᚱ​ᛅ​᛬ (2022) – Rót – 21:25
4. Sunn O))) & Ulver – Terrestrials (2014) – Let There Be Light – 29:45
5. Sutekh Hexen – S/T (2019) – Pangea Ultima – 39:30
6. Philippe Petit & Asva – Empires Should Burn (2012) – … And Empires Will Burn – 44:37

Mix Cover: Artwork for NYIÞ album ‘᛬​ᚢ​ᛁ​ᛋ​ᚿ​ᛁ​•​ᚼ​ᛆ​ᛏ​ᛁ​•​ᚼ​ᚱ​ᛅ​᛬’ , a 2-cd compilation released in 2022 on Cyclic Law.
Main Image: NYIÞ performing live (pic: Void Revelations)

#163 - Electroacoustic - 18.06.24

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1. A Hawk And A Hacksaw – You Have Already Gone To The Other World (2013) – Bury me in the Clothes I was Married in… – 00:00
2. Shida Shahabi – Living Circle (2023) – Living Circle – 02:40
3. James Heather – Reworks: Vol. 2 (2023) – Passing Soul – 11:48
4. Miaux – Never Coming Back (2024) – What’s the Matter with Everyone, Why Don’t They Answer Me? – 14:38
5. Acasia – Acasia (2024) – Susurros de La Luna – 21:42
6. Skúli Sverrison with Ólöf Arnalds, Amedeo Pace, Hildur Guðnadóttir – Sería (2010) – Sería – 26:28
7. Aidan Baker – Diaphaneities (2022) – Lust Er – 29:49
8. Rafael Anton Irisarri – Daydreaming (2007) – Waking Expectations – 34:26
9. Mind Over Mirrors – Bellowing Sun (2018) – A Palinopsic Wind – 40:45
10. This Immortal Coil & Matt Elliott – V/A – The Dark Age of Love (2009) – Red Queen – 44:09
11. William Ryan Fritch – The Waiting Room OST (2013) – Any and All of Us – 54:23
12. Katia Krow – Whispers from the Bloc Obscure (2024) – Tethered Lavender Waters – 57:28

Mix Cover: Artwork for Shida Shahabi’s album ‘Living Circle’ released in 2023 on Sing a Song, Fighter.
Main Image: Mind Over Mirrors live.

#162 - Experimental / Electronics - 11.06.24

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1. Many Blessings – Emanation Body (2020) – Hamr Signal – 00:00
2. Merzbow & Lawrence English – Eternal Stalker (2022) – The Long Dream – 08:52
3. Winters In Osaka – Molded To Crawl (2009) – Through Twilight – 13:06
4. Giulio Aldinucci – Disappearing in a Mirror (2018) – Jammed Symbols – 15:12
5. Mirusi Mergina – Whispers of Danger (2023) – Hero She Mah – 22:38
6. Hiverlucide – Satan Death Whale (2023) – Whale – 26:40
7. Houses of Worship – Migration (2022) – Oil Terminal Tan Farm – 46:40
8. Allseits – Chimäre (2015) – Monster – 52:43

Mix Cover: Artwork for Hiverlucide ‘Satan Death Whale’ released in March 2023 on Non Serviam.
Main Image: Giulio Aldinucci live.

#161 - Experimental - 05.06.24

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1. VLMV- Flora and Fauna (Reworks – 2023) – Allenheimer Fungal Rework – 00:00
2. Beings – There is a Garden (2024) – God Dances in Your Eyes – 03:30
3. EUS – Luminar (2016) – Luminar 1 – 10:09
4. Born Erased – I am The End of the World (2023) – Iron Skin – 14:00
5. Blakmoth – Absent The Void (2021) – Magnum Tenebrosum – 18:07
6. Altar (Paul Jebanasam & Roly Porter) – Berlin Atonal: More Light 5/5 (2020) – Without Bodies – 26:00
7. David Toop & Lawrence English – The Shell That Speaks The Sea (2023) – Whistling in The Dark – 34:35
8. Nurse With Wound & Larsen – Erroneous: A Selection of Errors (2010) – Cob-Kite Toy – 38:10
9. Mary Lattimore & Jeff Zeigler – Music Inspired by Philippe Garrel’s Le Révélateur (2016) – Running Chased – 43:30
10. Prurient – Rainbow Mirror (2017) – Buddha Strangled in Vines (Pt. One) – 48:10
11. BJ Nilsen – The Short Night (2007) – Black Light – 57:40

Mix Cover: Artwork for ‘Berlin Atonal: More Light 5/5’ by Altar (Paul Jebanasam & Roly Porter) released in 2020.
Main Image: Mika Vainio at Berlin Atonal (© Helge Mundt 2016)

#160 - Experimental - 28.05.24

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1. Internazionale – Avatar in Life (2019) – The Sea is Treacherus and Bontiful – 00:00
2. Black To Comm – Alphabet 1968 (2009) – Musik Für Alle – 03:50
3. Biosphere – Angel’s Flight (2020) – Angel’s Flight – 07:18
4. Severed Heads – City Slab Horror (1985) – Guests – 12:42
5. oOoOO – oOoOO EP (2010) – Mumbai – 17:50
6. Ayya – Mono No Aware (2017) – Second Mistake – 20:00
7. Damsel Elysium – Whispers from Ancient Vessels (2024) – Shoreline – 26:30
8. Xiu Xiu + Eugene S. Robinson – Sal Mineo (2013) – Menagerie in Munich – 31:40
9. Anna Meredith – Varmints (2016) – Nautilus – 33:00
10. LFO – Advance (1996) – Goodnight Vienna – 38:14
11. Tim Hecker – Harmony in Ultraviolet (2006) – Chimeras – 41:20
12. AUN + Martin Dumais – Whitehorse (2007) – Orga – 44:15
13. Trees Speak – Mind Maze (2023) – Rare Earth – 51:20
14. Helena Hauff – Discreet Desires (2015) – Tripartite Pact – 55:08
15. Vanessa Amara – Fonetica Amara (2022) – untitled – 58:21

Mix Cover: Artwork for Severed Heads – City Slab Horror (1985).
Main Image: Damsel Elysium.

#159 - Ominous - 21.05.24

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1. Cantique Lépreux – Le Bannissement (2024) – Le Rêve Primordial – 00:00
2. Armagedda – Svindeldjup Ättestup (2020) – Ond Spiritism – 07:00
3. Fuath – II (2021) – The Pyre – 13:33
4. Darvaza – Ascending Into Perdition (2022) – The Second Woe – 20:00
5. Csejthe – Transcendance (2010) – Souterrains – 26:16
6. Drudkh – They Often See Dreams About the Spring (2018) – U Dakhiv Irzhavim Kolossyu… – 31:32
7. Mizmor – Yodh (2016) – I. Woe Regains My Substance – 40:10
8. Sakna – De Syv Dødssynder (2024) – Begynnelse – Sti – 53:06
9. Ellende – Lebensnehmer (2019) – Intro – 59:07

Mix Cover: Artwork for Darvaza’s ‘Ascending Into Perdition’ released in 2022 on Terratur Possessions.

#158 - Electronic - 13.05.24

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1. Intro – Hugh Le Caine – An Anthology of Noise – Short Presentation Of The 1948 Sackbut – 00:00
2. Gorgonn – Six Paths (2023) – Invisible – 00:32
3. Sd Laika – That’s Harakiri (2014) – Great God Pan – 04:07
4. Hiro Kone – A Fossil Begins to Bray (2019) – Akoluthic Phase – 08:40
5. MSC – What You Say of Power (2021) – Borehole – 13:25
6. Brokenchord – Endless Transmission (2017) – Parabola – 18:30
7. Years of Denial – Human Tragedy (2020) – L’Amour, La Mort – 21:35
8. Damien Dubrovnik – Great Many Arrows (2017) – Arrow 5 – 27:10
9. Lorn – Vessel (2015) – Broken Mantra – 33:43
10. Wylie Cable & Dabow – Shimmer, Then Disappear (2020) – Short Game vs. Long Game – 36:15
11. Death Grips – The Money Store (2012) – Double Helix – 39:10
12. Autechre – EP7 (1999) – Liccflii – 41:44
13. SXXCXCHCXSH – OUFOUFOF (2018) – FFUFFUFU – 46:38
14. Igorrr & Bong-Ra – Tombs/Pallbearer (2013) – Pallbearer – 52:38
15. Iona Fortune – Tao of I (2017) – Xu – 56:16

Mix Cover: Artwork for Gorgonn album Six Paths released on SVBKVLT.

#157 - Charged - 08.05.24

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1. Couch Slut – You Could Do It Tonight (2024) – Presidential Welcome + The Donkey – 00:00
2. Rid Of Me – Access to The Lonely (2023) – Gutted – 07:02
3. meth. – Shame (2024) – Doubt – 11:06
4. Missouri Executive Order 44 – Seventeen Dead in Caldwell County (2023) – 138 Years + Fuckin’ Boggs – 16:06
5. Portrayal Of Guilt – Devil Music (2023) – Where Angels Come To Die – 18:06
6. Infant Island – Beneath (2020) – Here We Are – 22:08
7. Hinterkaifeck – Iniquitous Foul (2021) – To Afflatus – 25:30
8. Eye Flys – Eye Flys (2024) – Draining Plus – 28:22
9. Cerce – Cerce (2012) – Weary – 31:57
10. Melancholia – Book Of Ruination (2023) – Sunscathed – 33:52
11. Today Is The Day – Temple Of The Morning Star (1997) – Pinnacle – 37:19
12. Why Patterns – Regurgitorium (2022) – Wretched Makeshifts – 38:55
13. Monno – Cheval Ouvert (2012) – II – 42:03
14. Palehorse – Looking Wet in Public (2016) – Lambs To The Laughter – 52:30

Mix Cover: “Sadak In Search of the Waters of Oblivion” by John Martin (c.1812), graces the front cover of Infant Island’s album ‘Beneath’ released by Dog Night’s productions in 2020.

#156 - Ambient / Drone - 03.05.24

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1. 36 & Black Swan – In Four Parts (2019) – Pt. 3 – 00:00
2. LAND – Anoxia (2015) – Seconds – 05:24
3. Ancient Methods – The Black Ideal (2013) – Guardians of an Eternal Bliss – 11:01
4. Lorn – REMNANT (2018) – Replika – 16:36
5. Atrium Carceri & Kammarheit – Apparatus (2024) – Labyrinthic – 19:15
6. Scott Solter & Rohner Segnitz – The Murals (2023) – Lake of Knive – 21:45
7. KMRU & Kevin Richard Martin – Disconnect (2024) – Differ – 27:27
8. Altar & Paul Jebanasam & Roly Porter – Berlin Atonal: More Light (2020) – Without Bodies – 32:00
9. Allseits – Hel (2009) Gjöll – 41:00
10. Sundrugs – Rituals I (2020) – Gyfu – 48:00

Mix Cover: Artwork for Sundrugs – Rituals I (2020) released in June 2020 on Cosmicleaf records.

#155 - Charged - 28.04.24

Instrumental Metal Mix with Russian Circles
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1. Latitudes – Individuation (2012) – Metabolic Pathways – 00:00
2. Russian Circles – Station (2008) – Station – 04:25
3. Bastard Sapling – Instinct is Forever (2014) – Elder – 13:00
4. Celeste – Animale(s) (2013) – (y) – 17:29
5. Inter Arma – Sky Burial (2013) – Love Absolute – 20:40
6. Isis – Panopticon (2004) – Altered Course – 24:36
7. Insect Ark – The Vanishing (2020) – Tectonic – 34:08
8. Nadja & Black Boned Angel – Split (2009) – II – 40:11
9. Monno – Cheval Ouvert (2013) – III – 44:48
10. Mogwai – The Hawk is Howling (2008) – Batcat – 55:40
11. The Angelic Process – … And Your Blood is Full of Honey (2001) – Mouvement: Humble Man – 01:01:03

Mix Cover: Artwork for Russian Circles album nr. 2 ‘Station’ released in 2008 by Suicide Squeeze Records.