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Circling The Sun for Thursday, 8 June 2017

Circling The Sun : Program Audio for Thursday 8 June 2017

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Circling The Sun : Playlist for Thursday, 8 June 2017

CTS #32

Artist | Track/Song Name | Album Title | Label/Distibutor | Comments

Sleep | Holy Mountain | Holy Mountain

Electric Wizard | Legalize Drugs and Murder | Legalize Drugs and Murder
Radar Men From The Moon | Intergalactic Dada & Space Trombones

The Cosmic Dead | The Spaceman | Astronaut

Electric Octopus | Disenchanted Creative Response | This Is Our Culture

Black Willows | Dead Mantra | Haze
Dead Skeletons | Dead Mantra | Dead Magick

Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso UFO | The Beautiful Blue Ecstasy (HAve You Seen The Blue Sky?) | The Penultimate Galactic Bordello Also The World You Made

Alice Coltrane | Rama Rama | Turiyasangitananda
Brooklyn Raga Association | Air | Brooklyn Raga Association

The Black Angels | Manipulation | Passover
The KVB | White Walls |...Of Desire
Blonde Redhead | 23 | 23

Spiritualized | Cop Shoot Cop | Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space

Connan Mockasin | Faking Jazz Together | Forever Dolphin Love
Splendidid | Coco.sexbreath | Coco.sexbreath (single)
Mild High Club | Windowpane | Timeline

Hideous Towns | Devolution | Hideous Towns
VIM | Down (Demo) | Demos
Lowtide | Julia | Julia/Spring 7"

Flyying Colours | It's Tomorrow Now | Mindfulness
Flyying Colours | Bugs | Flyying Colours EP
Bloodhounds On My Trail | Words Like Weapons | Haunted Isles

Laedj (pronounced 'beige') | Pacific | Pacific (single)

 

 

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