Oh Messy Life – December 15, 2022 Show Notes
Track 1: Orville Peck – Daytona Sand
From the KZSU A-File. That vocal sound just amazes me.
Track 2: the Astronauts – Baja
I ran across a cover of this one recently, but decided I wanted to hear the original more.
Track 3: bran(…)pos – raw dog soufflé
A little bit of organ music posted to YouTube.
Track 4: Lalo Shifrin – Hotel Daniels
After I listened to the previous bran(…)pos track, YouTube played me this Lalo Shifrin track, and I liked the seque so much I decided to recreate it here. (YouTube doesn’t get 100% of the credit, I had been listening to some Lalo Shifrin there earlier in the week.)
Track 5: Grupo Siglo XX de Rioja – El Pasito De Miriam
From the compilation album: Perú Selvático – Sonic Expedition into the Peruvian Amazon 1972-1986
Track 6: Amadou & Mariam – Bali Maou
From a live album, Eclipse, with interludes between every song.
Track 7: Etran de L’Aïr – Tchingolene
Found this one via Bandcamp promo email.
Track 8: Esmerine – Imaginary Pasts
Maybe there’s something post-rock in the water up there in Montreal.
Track 9: THE ACHARIS – (one can only know your name) What a Shame
Another track from the Blue Sky / Grey Heaven album
Track 10: Joe Rainey – once the reaper
From the newish once the reaper / d.m.ii release.
Track 11: Site Nonsite – Mono No Aware
I heard about this one over on Mastodon.
Track 12: Ariel Zetina – Cyclorama
I found this one via one of Bandcamp’s “Best Albums of 2022” features.
Track 13: Felix Kubin – Atomium Vertigo
I heard about Felix Kubin over on Mastodon.
Track 14: HEADBOGGLE – Fusion GRP
From the Defective Opsix Demo, described on Bandcamp as a “Micro EP of tracks created using a OpSix with a defective/broken display and an echo effect pedal.”
Track 15: Charles Stepney – Mini Mugg
From Step on Step, a collect of home recordings from the late Chicago producer Charles Stepney. I believe this track consists of Stepney’s daughters talking about his Moog synth and his favore television programs.
Track 16: Adeem the Artist – Carolina
I heard about this one on Mastodon. I found the life essay from Adeem on the albums Bandcamp page incredibly moving.