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Aquarium Drunkard: Sidecar/October 29, 2018

 The veil grows thin. Happy Halloween, and welcome to another issue of Aquarium Drunkard's bi-monthly dispatch of audio esoterica, interviews, mixtapes, and cultural ephemera. As always, we're presented by Gold Diggers boutique hotel, bar, and recording studios in East Hollywood, Calif. 



Now broadcasting from the Hollywood Forever Cemetary, Aquarium Drunkard's Halloween podcast. Listen now


Bob Dylan: More Blood, More Tracks

Like previous installments of the Bootleg Series, "More Blood, More Tracks" unravels – and somehow deepens – the mystery and magic behind Bob Dylan's storied career. Now at AD, resident Dylanologist Tyler Wilcox dives into the newly released set


David Crosby: The Aquarium Drunkard Interview

"Good musicians know the value of space, the value of quiet, the value of moments of silence — good musicians are the only ones I want to work with anyway, so there you go."

Now at 
AD, Croz speaks on his latest with the Lighthouse Band, Here If You Listen. 


The Lagniappe Sessions: Mountain Man

Folk trio Mountain Man recently returned with an excellent new lp, Magic Ship. The singers' Lagniappe Session proves a suitable accompaniment to that record, and finds Molly Sarlé, Alexandra Sauser-Monnig, and Amelia Meath covering Kacey Musgraves' "Slow Burn" ("We talk a lot about the importance of patience in love and this song explains it, simply and slowly," the band says), Neil Young's "Through My Sails" ("a feeling translated into words")and Fiona Apple's "Hot Knife."

The future is now. Released just over a decade ago, What the Future Sounded Like is a tight, twenty-seven minute, short film documenting the nascent and fascinating birth of electronic music in Britain. Watch it now

Sarah Davachi: The Aquarium Drunkard Interview 

Need some "quietude" in your life? Who doesn't? Catch composer Sarah Davachi's wavelength on her latest, Gave In Rest:  "Those moments, of ritualistic quietude — the music became an extension of that."


Our weekly two-hour show on SIRIUS/XMU, channel 35, can now be heard every Wednesday at seven pm PST with encore broadcasts on-demand via the SIRIUS/XM app. Here's what you heard on last week's show. 

SIRIUS 541: The Astral Army – Interstellar Shortwave ++ Amon Düül II – Halluzination Guillotine ++ Sunwatchers – Ancestors (Aquarium Drunkard Session) ++ Sunwatchers – Aurora Borealis  (Aquarium Drunkard Session) ++ Spirulina – The Message (AD edit) ++ Faust – It’s A Bit of A Pain ++ Pink Floyd – Paintbox ++ Amon Düül II – Cerberus ++ Julian Lynch – Just Enough ++ Indian Jewelry – Hello Africa ++ Atlas Sound – Rained ++ Hollow Hand – A World Outside ++ OCs – On And On Corridor ++ Cluster – Caramel ++ Robert Wyatt – Yolanda ++ Hermanos Calatrava – Space Oddity ++ Lee “Scratch” Perry – Double Six ++ Damo Suzuki / Kraftwerk – Transistor ++ David Lee Jr. – Cosmic Vision ++ Thee Oh Sees – Palace Doctor ++ Chris Cohen – Torrey Pine ++ Sam Cohen – Pretty Lights ++ Sam Amidon – Juma Mountain ++ Arthur Russell – Instrumentals Volume 1 ++ Lenny Kravitz – Riding On The Wings of My Lord (demo) ++ John Cale – Taking It All Away (1975 Peel Session) ++ John Cale – Darling I Need You (1975 Peel Session) ++ John Cale – You Know More Than I Know (1975 Peel Session) ++ John Cale – Fear (1975  Peel Session) ++ Mountain Man – Slow Burn (Aquarium Drunkard Session) ++ Mountain Man – Through My Sails (Aquarium Drunkard Session) ++ Mountain Man – Hot Knife (Aquarium Drunkard Session)


 






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