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Various Artists: Six Degrees Records' Psychedelic Planet

Read "Six Degrees Records' Psychedelic Planet" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki


Comprising new remixes of recent tunes from the label's catalog, Six Degrees Records' Psychedelic Planet colorfully spins and orbits around its electronic global beat. Psychedelic Planet seems to offer as many different styles and sounds as there are stars in the sky. Jef Stott's ethereal horn floats through the murky “White Tara (Vlastur Remix)" ...

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What a Wonderful World (of Music)

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Wil Blades Field Notes Royal Potato Family 2014 It's good to know that no matter how many things change around us, there's still nothing that kicks out the jams like a good old school B-3 organ, guitar and drum trio. Wil Blades provides an excellent case study ...

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Live in San Francisco at Stern Grove

Label: Axiom
Released: 2002
Track listing: Taaruf; Sacred Channel; Nafeke; Ap Ke Baras; Magnetic Dub; Satellite (Show Me the Worth of the World); Tala Matrix; Trajic; Mangedegna; Devotional Dub.

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Tabla Beat Science: Live in San Francisco at Stern Grove

Read "Live in San Francisco at Stern Grove" reviewed by AAJ Staff


Two years ago this thing called Tabla Beat Science came our way from the Bill Laswell crew, and Tala Matrix was a sure sign that Laswell had not lost it after a few severe disasters. It brought together four formidable tabla masters (and more) for a hypnotic wash of sound. Bringing computer production together ...


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