:Episode One-Hundred Seven: 06.01.2018
|Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O.||In O||In O To ∞|
|Burnt Hills||Rise Above, Pt. I||Rise Above|
|Colour Haze||Arbores||In Her Garden|
|Penguin Cafe Orchestra||The Snake and The Lotus (The Pond)||Signs of Life|
|The Sight Below||At First Touch||Glider|
|Unknown Mortal Orchestra||Extreme Wealth and Casual Cruelty||Multi-Love|
|Poolside||Without You||Pacific Standard Time|
|Grails||The Moth & The Flame||Chalice Hymnal|
|Barn Owl and The Infinite Strings Ensemble||Levitation||The Headlands|
|Expo 70||Cognac Smoke||Night Flights|
|Master Musicians of Bukkake||Turning to Face The Setting Sun||The Visible Sign of the Invisible Order|
[Note: due to technical problems at House of Sound, there are a few noticeable gaps in the audio of this week's show]
After a two-song opening set, featuring a track from "In O To ∞", Acid Mothers Temple's follow-up to their version of Terry Riley's In C, and a feedback drenched blowout from Burnt Hills, I welcome my brother back to the show, to introduce an individually curated set of his own favorite spacey music.
This guest set includes Earthless-esque German power trio Colour Haze, Penguin Cafe Orchestra, known primarily for that one song that's been in every other tech commercial since the 90s, Bay Area organ-heavy retro-rockers The Lumerians, The Sight Below, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, the ambient pop sounds of Poolside, and Portland's own psych-sludgesters Grails.
I then end the show with a quartet of Space Program mainstays: Circle, Barn Owl (accompanied by The Infinite Strings Ensemble), Expo 70, and Master Musicians of Bukkake (with a vinyl-only bonus track from the reissue of their first album, "The Visible Sign of The Invisible Order").