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During the mid-70s the Travellers disbanded and while his colleagues more or less stopped performing as musicians Kosugi continued to reach new audiences across the course of several decades as a composer, regular performer, and musical director for the acclaimed Merce Cunningham Dance Company.

August 1974 captures vividly the characteristic sound of the Taj Mahal Travellers, haunting tones from an unusual combination of instruments, filtered through multiple layers of reverb and delay.

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Their music has strong stylistic affinities with the trippy ambience of cosmic and psychedelic rock, but the Taj Mahal Travellers were tuning in to other vibrations, drawing inspiration from the energies and rhythms of the world around them rather than projecting some alternative reality. File Under: Ambient, Experimental, Improv, Essential Grooves Listen Here ….arrivals…..

Films of rolling ocean waves often provided a highly appropriate backdrop for their lengthy improvised concerts. 7FO: Moment (Metron) LP Having previously released a cassette on RVNG International, and a 7’’ single on Bokeh Versions in 2017, this is 7FO‘s debut full length vinyl release.

File Under: Electronic, Ambient Listen Here Courtney Barnett: Tell Me How You Really Feel (Mom Pop) LP Grammy and Brit nominated Australian singer/songwriter Courtney Barnett follows up her critically acclaimed debut Sometimes I Sit And Think And Sometimes I Just Sit (2015) and top 10 collaborative record, Lotta Sea Lice (2017) with Kurt Vile with her second studio effort Tell Me How You Really Feel.

One of the most distinctive voices in music, Barnett is known for mixing witty observations with unflinching self-assessment.

And with that, I’ll leave you to it, I’ve got boxes piling up around here… Visible Cloaks: s/t (Musique Plastique) LP The music of Visible Cloaks — the duo of Spencer D and Ryan Carlile, previously known as just “Cloaks” — has been bubbling under the surface of the already rich situation of experimental electronic song-smiths that exists in Portland, OR., and with only a handful of limited CDRs, a few tape releases (the most recent of which came out last year on Cameron “Sun Araw” Stallones’ Sun Ark Editions) and a string of albums released exclusively in Japan, we’ve had to rely on catching them live to find out where they’d been exploring, and what new environments they’d recreate for us.

Visible Cloaks “live in a weird zone where corporate Japanese ambient music meets fourth world pop abstraction” (Michael Klausman, Other Music).

Midway through May they reached their destination, the iconic Taj Mahal on the bank of the Yamuna river in Agra, India.

The Taj Mahal Travellers had fulfilled physically the promise of the name they adopted when they formed in 1969.

Scathing lead single “Nameless, Faceless” takes an ax to internet trolls, chauvinist pigs and even has Kim and Kelley Deal from the Breeders on vocals during the head flattening chorus.

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