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Other Sounds 9/16/14

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Other Sounds is an occasional overview of overlooked or unclassifiable new recordings. We strive to highlight the steady stream of releases that fail to fit easily into the mainstream hype machine.

9/16/14: In this edition we highlight new recordings from GOAT, field recordings from India, Les Ambassadeurs, Max Richter, Daniel Bachman, and Brian Eno's collaboration with Karl Hyde.



Episode Notes:


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Artist: GOAT
Track: Talk to God
Album: Commune
Label: Sub Pop


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Artist: GOAT
Track: The Light Within
Album: Commune
Label: Sub Pop


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Artist: Villagers from Kamarbandi
Track: The Karam Dance
Album: Music from the Santal Tribe
Label: Arc Music


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Artist: Les Ambassadeurs featuring Salif Keita
Track: Saranfing
Album: Les Ambassadeurs Du Motel De Bamako
Label: Sterns Music


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Artist: Max Richter
Track: Hope String Eternal
Album: Retrospective
Label: Deutsche Grammophon


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Artist: Daniel Bachman
Track: Blue Mass
Album: Orange County Serenade
Label: Bathetic Records


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Artist: Fitz Gore
Track: Gisela (Lions Rock)
Album: Spiritual Jazz 5: The World
Label: Jazzman Records


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Artist: Eno / Hyde
Track: Lilac
Album: High Life
Label: Warp



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