Hey hey hey, we’re back. This time around we check out Slomo’s self released doom n’ drone album The Grain. We also take a listen to Nathan Bowles (Pelt) and Scott Verrastro’s percussive collaboration called Polar Satellites. Last but not least we both gush over an atmospheric and un-hyped record by a group called Kwaidan featuring members of Locrian and Zelienople.
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Slomo – The Grain
Nathan Bowles and Scott Verrastro – Polar Satellites
Kwaidan – Make All The Hell Of Dark Metal Bright
Here’s the second episode of The Antidote, an Australian based podcast about experimental music from around the world that no one else wants to listen too. This episode Dave and Ingmar chat about Pete Swanson’s ‘Pro-Styles’ (Dave loves it, Ingmar’s not so sure), Mike Shiflet’s absolutely stunning ‘The Choir, The Army’ and the challenging but delightful new record from Pelt called ‘Effigy”.
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