Stadiums & Shrines


Excluding one Russian dance cut from 1986, Episode 41 fixes forward, on this our 2016th year in the Common Era. Much of the selection previews albums nearing release: modular synth sculptor Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, harpist Mary Lattimore, Philly’s Japanese Breakfast, and the highly anticipated return of Jessy Lanza, to name a few. Plus, three sounds we had the honor of introducing over the air: a new Salt Cathedral single, and a very Patient pair from M. Sage and Ian William Craig.

Blithe Field – Outside the Den
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith – Anthropoda
Salt Cathedral – No Ordinary Man
Anna Homler and Steve Moshier – Ee Chê
Porches – Shaver
Your Friend – Come Back from It
Port St. Willow – An Ocean We Both Know
Japanese Breakfast – Heaven
Betonkust & Palmbomen II – 24×33
Владимир Осинский – Аэротон (Серия Спорт и музыка)
Jessy Lanza – It Means I Love You
Mikael Seifu – How To Save a Life (Vector of Eternity)

Blithe Field – Zen Den
Sun Araw – SONNE
M. Sage – Stroller Circuit
beaunoise – Piano VII
Sound of Ceres – Hand of Winter
Mary Lattimore – Jimmy V
Novelty Daughter – Shellbody
Quarterly – When I Die, Bury Me in the Woods so My Husband Will Hunt for Me
Slowspin – Side
Ian William Craig – Lost on Time, Part 1
Florist – Thank You

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