Inter-Dimensional Music presents BACKCOUNTRY CHILLOUT VOL. 1 A $3.00 Arthur mixtape compiled by Daniel Chamberlin
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Daniel Chamberlin writes:
There’s a good reason that Inter-Dimensional Music is the number one New Age radio broadcast in the Big Bend region of Far West Texas: Since we first started transmitting on Marfa Public Radio back in the spring of 2010, each song we’ve played has been selected with the goal of offering all the souls passing through the Chihuahuan Desert a soundtrack worthy of our luminescent high country vistas.
So whether you’re waiting in line at the Sierra Blanca Border Patrol checkpoint; watching the lights of Boquillas from the South Rim of the Chisos; channeling the spirit of curandera Jewel Babb deep in the Quitman Mountains; decoding starlight vibrations at the McDonald Observatory; vibing on the sky island rhythms of the Davis Mountains Preserve; documenting rock art sites off Casa Piedra Road; or if you’re just another lonely backpacker waiting for your man down by the Rio Grande, we’re here to score your time under the radiant heavens of the Trans-Pecos with a soundtrack of expansive ambience and transcendent psychedelic drone.
Thus, in collaboration with our old friends at Arthur Magazine, ID Music presents this first edition of Backcountry Chillout, a collection of contemporary New Age music hand-picked for arid wilderness viewing stations. So light that special incense you’ve been saving, reposition your moonlight gemstones however the plant mind directs you, point the speakers toward the screen door and adjourn to the porch. Leave us on repeat until everything’s back to tranquilo again.
And be sure to join me, Daniel Chamberlin, the first Sunday of every month from 9-11p (CST) on KRTS. That’s 93.5FM if you’re fortunate enough to dwell out here in the Big Bend. We’re also streaming live worldwide at marfapublicradio.org and archived at interdimensionalmusic.com
Vaya con Gaia,
Daniel “Chambo” Chamberlin
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Music featured on “Backcountry Chillout Vol. 1″:
1. Matthewdavid – “Sneaky Marfa” (previously unreleased)
2. Sean McCann – “Aerial Sapphire Show” (from The Capital)
3. $3.33 – ” ) ) )-)-)-)-)-)-)-)-)-)-)-) ) ) )-)-)-)-)” (from  – - – – — — — – – – -)
4. Ashan – “Forest Hair” (from Ancient Forever)
5. Sun Araw Band IX – “Canopy” (from Two From The Desert: Yucca Valley 2012)
6. Stag Hare – “Song for Justine” (previously unreleased)
7. Thoughts On Air – “A Psoft Psun Reflective” (fromBlack Eagle Child/Thoughts On Air)
8. Matthewdavid – “Sneaky Marfa Slow” (previously unreleased)
Liner notes and cover artwork by DANIEL CHAMBERLIN. Engineered by BOBBY TAMKIN at The Sound Ranch.
This new mixtape is now available direct from Arthur to your internet connection as a $3.00 digital download. As an added bonus, each download comes with liner notes by Daniel Chamberlin, along with a large-size image file of his cover artwork.
Click the following linkage to purchase using a debit card, credit card or Paypal account.
Buy Now Buy Now Buy Now Buy Now Buy Now
A link to download the “Backcountry Chillout Vol. 1” zip file (142mb — includes digital music file [320kpbs mp3], artwork, liner notes) will be emailed to you upon payment.
All proceeds help Arthur Magazine to embrace new possibilities.
Thank you kindly, hope you enjoy.
The Arthur Gang

Inter-Dimensional Music presents BACKCOUNTRY CHILLOUT VOL. 1
A $3.00 Arthur mixtape compiled by Daniel Chamberlin

Buy Now Buy Now Buy Now Buy Now Buy Now

Daniel Chamberlin writes:

There’s a good reason that Inter-Dimensional Music is the number one New Age radio broadcast in the Big Bend region of Far West Texas: Since we first started transmitting on Marfa Public Radio back in the spring of 2010, each song we’ve played has been selected with the goal of offering all the souls passing through the Chihuahuan Desert a soundtrack worthy of our luminescent high country vistas.

So whether you’re waiting in line at the Sierra Blanca Border Patrol checkpoint; watching the lights of Boquillas from the South Rim of the Chisos; channeling the spirit of curandera Jewel Babb deep in the Quitman Mountains; decoding starlight vibrations at the McDonald Observatory; vibing on the sky island rhythms of the Davis Mountains Preserve; documenting rock art sites off Casa Piedra Road; or if you’re just another lonely backpacker waiting for your man down by the Rio Grande, we’re here to score your time under the radiant heavens of the Trans-Pecos with a soundtrack of expansive ambience and transcendent psychedelic drone.

Thus, in collaboration with our old friends at Arthur Magazine, ID Music presents this first edition of Backcountry Chillout, a collection of contemporary New Age music hand-picked for arid wilderness viewing stations. So light that special incense you’ve been saving, reposition your moonlight gemstones however the plant mind directs you, point the speakers toward the screen door and adjourn to the porch. Leave us on repeat until everything’s back to tranquilo again.

And be sure to join me, Daniel Chamberlin, the first Sunday of every month from 9-11p (CST) on KRTS. That’s 93.5FM if you’re fortunate enough to dwell out here in the Big Bend. We’re also streaming live worldwide at marfapublicradio.org and archived at interdimensionalmusic.com

Vaya con Gaia,

Daniel “Chambo” Chamberlin

* * *

Music featured on “Backcountry Chillout Vol. 1″:

1. Matthewdavid – “Sneaky Marfa” (previously unreleased)

2. Sean McCann – “Aerial Sapphire Show” (from The Capital)

3. $3.33 – ” ) ) )-)-)-)-)-)-)-)-)-)-)-) ) ) )-)-)-)-)” (from – - – – — — — – – – -)

4. Ashan – “Forest Hair” (from Ancient Forever)

5. Sun Araw Band IX – “Canopy” (from Two From The Desert: Yucca Valley 2012)

6. Stag Hare – “Song for Justine” (previously unreleased)

7. Thoughts On Air – “A Psoft Psun Reflective” (from
Black Eagle Child/Thoughts On Air)

8. Matthewdavid – “Sneaky Marfa Slow” (previously unreleased)

Liner notes and cover artwork by DANIEL CHAMBERLIN.
Engineered by BOBBY TAMKIN at The Sound Ranch.

This new mixtape is now available direct from Arthur to your internet connection as a $3.00 digital download. As an added bonus, each download comes with liner notes by Daniel Chamberlin, along with a large-size image file of his cover artwork.

Click the following linkage to purchase using a debit card, credit card or Paypal account.

Buy Now Buy Now Buy Now Buy Now Buy Now

A link to download the “Backcountry Chillout Vol. 1” zip file (142mb — includes digital music file [320kpbs mp3], artwork, liner notes) will be emailed to you upon payment.

All proceeds help Arthur Magazine to embrace new possibilities.

Thank you kindly, hope you enjoy.

The Arthur Gang

doomandgloomfromthetomb:

Don Cherry & The Organic Music Theatre - RAI Studios, Italy, 1976

Well, this is wonderful: 40 minutes worth of Don Cherry and the Organic Music Theatre in 1976, posted over on Twitter by none other than Neneh Cherry in honor of what would’ve been Don’s 77th birthday today. Joyous, spiritual vibes galore. 

“LOU REED, 71″ by Byron Coley

LOU REED, 71

the easiest heroes are consistent
but the ones who really shape us
are random maniacs
whose work we stumble across
at times in our lives
we desperately need misdirection

and so it was i met the music of lou reed
through a guy named buzz
who’d bought the first velvets album
but didn’t like it
just the way he hadn’t liked the first mothers album
a month earlier
which meant i got each for a buck

there is literally no way to describe
the way that record hit me
i was a ten year old seventh grader
and the first time i played the album
i was transformed into someone else
someone who knew more than my contemporaries
even if i couldn’t quite shake it all out

lou and john and sterling and moe
gave me much more info
than i could understand
but they did it in a way
i loved so intuitively
with music exploding in such amazing directions
it made sense on a molecular level

and through the years i followed lou
good scenes, bad scenes, he put us through it all
but we kinda paid attention
because, after all
this motherfucker
this lou reed

this electroshocked cocksucking bastard
who put out many more lousy records than good
was the father of everyone i’ve ever known
and i never thought he’d die
and i really miss him

more than i ever thought i would

— Byron Coley