Brand new mix from British duo of Thomas Ragsdale (who also records as Winter Son) and Gavin Miller. Ambient, as defined by worriedaboutsatan, means far more than just a pleasant sonic wallpaper – case in point being the inclusion of tracks by Gnod and JPEGMAFIA, two artists that are not traditionally associated with the genre, but fit the mix perfectly nonetheless. “Ritual of the Maize’, the track that kicks off the compilation, is a recording of American Indian music that dates all the way back to 19th century!
worriedaboutsatan are a Yorkshire based electronica band who incorporate swirling ambient melancholia, skyscraping post-rock guitar atmospherics, and pounding slo-mo techno.
James Robinson – Ritual of the Maize – read up on Native American Cylinders
Dalhous – Another Witnessed by Resolution (Lapsus, 2016)
Charlie Coxedge – Cloisters (Bella Union, 2017)
Jóhann Jóhannsson – Part 1 / IBM 1401 Processing Unit (4AD, 2017) – RIP
Underworld – Please Help Me (Junior Boy’s Own, 1999)
Si Begg – Evaporators (Shitkatapult, 2017)
Mount Kimbie – William (Hotflush, 2009)
Ultre – Lingers (Audiobulb, 2009)
Gnod – Stick in the Wheel (Rocket Recordings, 2017)
worriedaboutsatan – All Things But You Are Silent (Gizeh, 2009)
Scott Walker – Farmer in the City (excerpt) (Fontana, 1995 / Drag City, 1997)
Pentagram Home Video – Breakthrough (Death Waltz Originals, 2017)
Pye Corner Audio – Prowler (More Than Human, 2015)
worriedaboutsatan – Forward Into Night (This Is It Forever, 2016 / Spun Out of Control, 2017) – TIIF is the band’s own label
Thomas Ragsdale – Newland’s Valley (This Is It Forever, 2016)
Padang Food Tigers – You Got Me Almost Quiet (Under the Spire, 2010 / Blackest Rainbow, 2011)
Capak – Tsintskaro (Self Released, 2018)
JPEGMAFIA – Williamsburg (Deathbomb Arc, 2018) – see also – From the Root to the Fruit: JPEGMAFIA
She the Throne – Turiya (This City is Ours, 2017) – She The Throne is a profound mediation between noise and music, soundscape and soundtrack, and abrasion and sublimity, imbuing meaning in each absent from either alone.
worriedaboutsatan – Blank Tape (This Is It Forever, 2016 / Spun Out of Control, 2017)