Monthly Archives: July 2014

* Orphan´s Lament or the Right to Cry * (the about:blank ambient & loner folk set)

* This is the re-recorded dj set, I played yesterday (as far as I remember) in the lovely garden at the techno club about:blank at the down by the river festival after the concerts were finished to calm the people … Continue reading

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Down by the River Festival #6

  Just a short reminder: Tomorrow, friday the festival down by the river festival will start with the warm up @ klunkerkranich. I am looking forward to see the lovely bristol folks Rozi Plain, This is the Kit and Jamie … Continue reading

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Ed Askew ´s “Rose” released by Okraina Records label

The lovely Brussels based label okraina records, named after a 1933 Boris Barnet film, concentrating on double 10″ records, just released after an ignatz & Harris Newman collaboration and a 3-sided 10″ by Éloise Decazes with franko-canadian´s Eric Chenaux now … Continue reading

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Choubi Choubi! Folk and Pop Sounds from Iraq reissue

Sublime frequencies reissued its 2006 CD compilation of iraqi folk and pop sounds as an LP, collected from tapes mostly in the “choubi choubi” style, played with a hand drum called kishba. Sublime Frequencies: Meticulously selected from Iraqi cassettes and … Continue reading

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´cos my autumn´s done come (hazlewood)

An eclectic – emotional midsummer mix. The title is a classic song by Lee Hazlewood, here performed in a great version by unknown singing objects. The two african tracks are taken from the wonderful compilation “african women sing” out via … Continue reading

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Die andere Heimat

Für nach der WM, statt ihr oder zwischen den Spielen: “Die andere Heimat” von Edgar Reitz jetzt auf DVD zu sehen und gelegentlich noch in kleinen Kinos. Der Film spielt im Jahr 1842 und den Jahre danach vor der Auswanderungswellle  … Continue reading

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