"The Dead Texan is a collaborative audio-visual release that contains a compact disc paired with a DVD containing seven video pieces designed to accompany the music on the album. Adam Wiltzie is a sound engineer and musician who has done live sound and recording work for numerous bands. He is best known as one half of the noctambulant drone duo Stars of the Lid. That group that has already collaborated with painter Jon McCafferty on one album, Per Aspera ad Astra, and plays with the stunning film accompaniment of Luke Savisky. This experience makes Wiltzie uniquely qualified to create videos for the music he makes under the name The Dead Texan."
(2004) The Dead Texan / V0
Kniphofia (V/A Surrounded By Sun, Fonal 2002), Porpoise Wings (V/A Hand/Eye, Hand/Eye 2002), Chartreuse My Green (V/A The Invisible Pyramid, Last Visible Dog 2003), and of course her piece for this issue’s cd as well. Her LP Madrigals in Duos on Time-Lag Records is due any time now, and presents Fursaxa at her finest musically with the gorgeous packaging we have come to expect from Time-Lag. She is also going to be part of the Jewelled Antler Library of 3" cd-r's, which makes perfect sense. Her sound combines folk, lo-fi, hashish smoke mixed with incense drifting out of a cathedral doorway, dreams that skirt the edges of nightmares, hallucinatory droning organic primitive sophistication.
Album Discography :
- Mandrake 
- Fursaxa  (part1/part2)
- Trobairitz Are Here From Venus 
- The Cult From Moon Mountain 
- Madrigals in Duos 
- Lepidoptera 
- Myriad of Satyrids 
- Alone in the Dark Wood 
- Kobold Moon 
"Hailing from Sheffield, England, Stephen Mallinder & Richard H. Kirk were the backbone of Cabaret Voltaire, and creators of many of the techniques that fueled the industrial and electronic genres for years. From the droning noise-punk of PlayNag Nag Nag to the sublime electronic pop of PlayEasy Life, with industrial funk hits like PlaySensoria in between, the Cabs’ career spanned 3 decades. Many recent/current electronic artists owe a great deal of debt to Cabaret Voltaire’s experimental beginnings, in particular Richard H Kirk’s paranoid otherworldly samples, fused with gritty dark looped percussion. Kirk also had several solo outings, with his Sweet Exorcist incarnation opening the doors for Warp Records, in their “bleep” days that were the harbinger for the sonic experimentation of Aphex Twin, Autechre, The Black Dog and more."
(1979) Mix-Up / 256k
(1981) Red Mecca / 192k
(1972) Lô Borges - Lô Borges / V0
Lô Borges, member of the Clube da Esquina, is a composer of several hits like “Um Girassol Da Cor Do Seu Cabelo” and “Paisagem Da Janela,” recorded by Milton Nascimento, Toninho Horta, and other top artists. Raised in Belo Horizonte, Borges was a childhood friend of the other soon-to-be famous members of the Clube da Esquina, like Milton Nascimento, Wagner Tiso, Toninho Horta, and others. At 19 he participated in Nascimento’s Clube da Esquina LP, sharing the composition of the title track. He also wrote, from that album, “O Trem Azul,” “Tudo Que Você Podia Ser,” and “Nuvem Cigana.
"The recognition of Milton Nascimento's work has been built in ambiguous ways, specially in his homeland Brazil. While kept as a cult marvel to foreign ears, his superstar status in Brazil as a lead singer paradoxically coexists with his more avantgarde approach as a musician - at least until the seventies - thus establising himself as the most prominently inaccessible artist in the country."
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(1967) Travessia / V0
(1969) Courage / 320k
(1972) Milton Nascimento e Lô Borges - Clube da Esquina / V2
(1973) Milagre dos Peixes / 320 VBR
(1975) Minas / V0
(1976) Geraes / V0
Formed in Dunedin in 1986, the group is known for its noisy guitar soundscapes and improvisational take on rock music. They became known internationally through their releases on the Philadelphia record label Siltbreeze, especially for the 1992 album Harsh 70s Reality. Early, pre-Siltbreeze albums like Eusa Kills and DR503 find the group still drifting between song-based work and the experimental free rock found in later albums like The White House and Tusk. Recent albums have seen the group add electronics and samples, yet still maintaining their origins in trademark hazy guitar chaos.
(2008) Secret Earth / 256 VBR
(2007) Future Artists / V2
"Priestbird is a band of three multi-instrumentalists and singers (Gregory Rogove, Danny Bensi and Saunder Jurriaans). They have released one full length album, called "In Your Time," under their current name and a full length and three EP's under their previous name Tarantula A.D.
Their music evolves constantly and indefinitely - weaving together hard rock, folk, classical composition, and psychedelia. " (Via Official Website)
Priestbird - In Your Time
This is my first post and i got something in my ears and in my mind that i can't just hide. Maybe somebody or everybody have listened to it, but if you didn't - if you didn't my friend - you should take it NOW. It's so far the most beautiful and crazy thing i've listened to this year. It's minimalist, folky, sweet, weird and psych. In perfect transitions.
Try out the album. But you can buy the songs from the official website and give it your ouwn price.
The Lickets - Journey In Caldecott (2008) part 1
The Lickets - Journey In Caldecott (2008) part 2
Formed in 1972 in Peru, El Polen were one of the first Andean psychedelic rock bands ever. Their music was a mixture of native instruments, quenas and antaras, with traditional rock instrumentation, creating a unique style where violins sounded like fuzz guitars.
Fuera de la Ciudad (1973)
Possibly the best folk album of all time. Timeless, innocent, impossibly beautiful, sadly lost in time. The 12 minute epic “El Hijo del Sol” is a pure bliss … hippie anthem, Peruvian style!
One Pronunciation of Glory (1996)
Our Golden Ratio (1998)
Jason Molina & Alasdair Roberts (2000)
Travels in Constants, Vol. 14 (2001)
Split w/Scout Niblett (2001)
The Gray Tower (2002)
Keep it Steady (2002)
Album Dicography :
01 - Ride the Tiger 
02 - President Yo La Tengo_New Wave Hot Dogs [1987_1989]
03 - Fakebook 
04 - May I Sing With Me  (part1/part2)
05 - Painful 
06 - Electr-o-Pura 
07 - I Can Hear the Heart Beating as One 
08 - And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Out  (part1/part2)
09 - The Sounds of the Sounds of Science  (part1/part2)
10 - Summer Sun 
11 - Yo La Tengo Is Murdering the Classics  (part1/part2)
12 - I Am Not Afraid of You and I Will Beat Your Ass 
13 - They Shoot, We Score  (part1/part2)
01 - Here Comes My Baby 
02 - That Is Yo La Tengo 
03 - Upside-Down 
04 - Camp Yo La Tengo 
05 - Little Honda 
06 - Some Other Dimensions in Yo La Tengo 
07 - Danelectro 
08 - Merry Christmas From Yo La Tengo 
09 - Nuclear War 
10 - Today Is the Day! 
11 - Live Session EP 
Splits / Collaboration :
01 - 1995 - Stereolab & Yo La Tengo - Genius + Love Split
02 - 1998 - Jad Fair & Yo La Tengo - Strange But True
03 - 2004 - Chris Stamey & Yo La Tengo - V.O.T.E.
The First one; "El Folclore de Chile" is a summary that Violet , it records for the phonographic industry of Chile crossing and adapting diverse singings and cuecas popular of the families of the field, these small spheres removed from the city and wrapped in the occupation close to the nature, this work she realize in the year 1958 - 1960.
The Second one; She is already mature it in the creativity of the popular singer, here she develops instrumental music for guitar with compositions of extensive passages, one of the most brilliant is "Gavilán - Gavilán", you have to to put special attention in him.
Third and Final; It is the book that she writes to clarify since it was the development of your musical work "El Folclore de Chile", and the credits to the whole people that in they took part.
To seduce with the singing that she projects beyond of the mountain chain.
E N J O Y !
Cantos Folklóricos Chilenos" (con G. Soublette)  book
Composiciones Para Guitarra (part1/part2)
El Folklore de Chile
El Folklore de Chile Vol. II (part1/part2)
El Folklore de Chile Vol. III : La Cueca
El Folklore de Chile Vol. IV : La Tonada
El Folklore de Chile Vol. VIII: Toda Violeta Parra