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Inter-Dimensional Music 20210618 is North America’s Gnarliest musical thing where you are supposed to sing or to dance while the music is being played

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This edition of ID Music was created especially for the three to five people worldwide who share our overlapping interest in the complementary ecstasies of transcendent dance and descendent heavy mellow meditation. 

Our practice begins and ends with the music of Gabrielle Roth, the founder of the 5Rhythms movement meditation practice. In the space in between, we’ll be occupied with “profound and obscure” funeral doom from Japan, “cyclonic death metal chaos” from Russia, primordial Brazilian death-doom, and “blissfully scorched, psychedelic jams” from the Finnish-Iranian duo Gnäw.

Alan Watts reminds us to dance like nobody’s watching since life is not actually a journey and there’s nothing waiting for us at the end.

📹 “Ecstatic Dance and closing Party”
#CosmicChambo Saturated Inversion Remix

🔊 Gabrielle Roth & The Mirrors vs. Mournful Congregation

✍️ Alan Watts

ID Music 20210618 setlist
artist – track

Gabrielle Roth & The Mirrors – Night Whisper
Mournful Congregation – Solemn Strikes the Funeral Chime
Nyarlathotep – 101
Fossilization – A Deplorable Epoch
Caged – Cain’s Letter to the Flood
Obituary – The End Complete
Gulch – Bolt Swallower
Gosudar – Morbid Despotic Ritual
Gnäw – Waters of Ether
Gatecreeper – Emptiness
Gabrielle Roth & The Mirrors – Shavasana
Dharma: Alan Watts


Inter-Dimensional Music 20210611 is North America’s Gnarliest Mix for experiencing equanimity in the midst of discomfort

Fridays 12p ET
99.1 @WQRTFM Indianapolis

Sundays 11p CT 
93.5FM @MarfaPublicRadio
Far West Texas

Random encounters
@LOOKOUT_FM Los Angeles

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Our practice this week takes us from the deceptively warm-sounding resonance emanating from sunlit ice masses, though heavyweight folk from the Styx Riverbottom Nightmare Trio, to blues-infused doom for waterfront wailing, and furious blackened bootgaze for the morning after. 

We’ll come down easy with Live ‘Dive, and one of Neil Halstead’s favorite Slint songs. 

This week’s dharma will be familiar to veterans of our Basking in Gravity mindfulness installations, as Ezra Bayda encourages us to get comfortable with the idea that things aren’t always gonna work out how we want.

📹 untitled (“Social History of the Mosh Pit”)
#CosmicChambo Slow Flow Edit

🔊 Saariselka – “Ceres”

✍️ Ezra Bayda

ID Music 20210611 setlist:

artist – track
Saariselka – Ceres (excerpt)
Bell Witch and Aerial Ruin – Heaven Torn Low I (the passage)
Samothrace – La Llorona
Panopticon – The Embers at Dawn
Slowdive – Avalyn (live)
Slint – Washer
Saariselka – Ceres (excerpt)
Dharma: Ezra Bayda