I Hear a New World Podcast- Stacks of Wax Vol.10

I know that things haven't exactly been jumping on the blog lately, but I have been facing multiple challenges over the past two months that have prevented me from posting. I swear to you it's not because I'm basking in the sunlight every day, because our summer in Oregon hasn't been anything to write home about so far.

Since I have been purchasing a lot more vinyl than CD's recently, I figured now would be the perfect time to do another Stacks of Wax podcast to share my latest treasures. Among my recent purchases are the double vinyl set Light: On the South Side, Castle Face Group Flex ( with five flexi discs built into a fully playable spiral bound book), Thurston Moore- Built For Lovin' (Limited edition) and Hush Arbors- Alive (2 album live set- limited to 1000). The only one of these that I can't fully stand behind is Thurston Moore- Built For Lovin, though it may grow on me with further listens.

The latest edition of I Hear a New World is available to download here, and at http://ihearanewworld.podomatic.com/.

This episode of Stacks of Wax runs the gamut from psychedelic garage rock to trance-inducing Ethiopian soul. Some of the bands showcased on this podcast include Thee Oh Sees, The Fresh and Onlys, Bobby Rush, Getactchew Mekurya and Stark Reality.

I hope that you enjoy this episode of Stacks of Wax, and I would love to hear what you think about it.

Stacks of Wax Vol.10

1) Ornette Coleman- Lonely Woman
2) Stark Reality-  The Junkman's Song
3) Madlib- Raw Introduction to Afreaka
4) Group Doueh- Waydan
5) The Fresh and Onlys- Flexi disc- When Are you Gonna Grow Up w/ Only Happy When You Know
6) Bobby Rush- Bowlegged Woman Knock Kneed Man
7) Getatchew Mekurya- Almaz Yeharerwa
8) Thurston Moore- Anticipated Action
9) Hush Arbors- Fast Asleep
10) Ty Segall- Comfortable Home ( A True Story)
11) Thee Oh Sees- Burning Spear w/ What You Need (The Porch Boogie Thing)


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