Aural Delights 218

PLAYLIST

  1. Ty Segall – Break A Guitar – Ty Segall
  2. Mott The Hoople – Saturday Gigs – Saturday Gigs
  3. New Model Army – Die Trying – Winter
  4. The Junta – I’m Deranged – I’m Deranged
  5. Royale – Eternal – Eternal
  6. Laughing Clowns – As Your Bridges Burn Behind You – Cruel, But Fair
  7. Boz Hayward – Both Sides – Both Sides
  8. Gil Scott Heron – The Revolution Will Not Be Televised – Pieces of a Man
  9. Severed Heads – We Have Come To Bless This House – City Slab Horror
  10. Suicide – Frankie Teardrop – Suicide
  11. CHBB – Mau Mau –  CH BB
  12. Port Sulphur featuring Davy Henderson & Vic Godard – The Lane – The Lane
  13. Cluster – Sowiewoto – Sowieesoto
  14. Earthern Sea – The Present Mist – An Act of Love
  15. Foygen – America – Hang
  16. Cobalt Chapel – Ava Gardner – Cobalt Chapel
  17. Jon Hassell – Earthquake Island – Eathquake Island
  18. Lawrence English – Hard Rain – Cruel Optimishm
  19. The Prisoners – What I Want – Thewisermiserdemelza: Complete Sessions
  20. Leopold and his Fiction – Only for Me to Find -Ain’t No Surprise
  21. Thieves Like Us – Moon – Thieves Like Us
  22. Lauren Hoffman – Fast Lane – Introducing Lauren Hoffman
  23. Six Organs of Admittance – Things As They Are – Burning The Threshold
  24. El Topo – The Lone Gypsy – The Lone Gypsy
  25. Jah Wobble & Jaki Liebezeit & Philip Jeck – One – Live In Leuven
  26. Brian Eno – Backwater – Before and After Science
  27. Michael Rother – Katzenmusik 7  – Katzenmusik
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New Six Orders of Admittance album due

Six Organs of Admittance’s recent output has been a fascinating exercise in relinquished control, as Ben Chasny spread the word of his Hexadic system of musical composition by creating two albums according to its principles. Now, for the first time since 2012’s Ascent, Chasny is back as Six Organs of Admittance, and Drag City will be releasing the brand new full length record “Burning The Threshold” on February 24th – and to mark the occasion, there will be a special show at London’s St Pancras Old Church on 22nd of February.

As ever, a head full of ideas were driving Chasny to think and speak music as a spirituality superimposed onto a reality, with the ghosts of both whispering at each other. In the end, what sits in our listening ears is the sound of communion. Nobody plays acoustic music quite like Six Organs of Admittance, and Burning the Threshold brings a wealth of his established lightness into one of his sweetest musical meditations yet.