Spannered Oddcast #7
Ardisson's Balinese Mix
Posted by ouscaphil
on 11 September 2009 (11:52:20)
music from the morning of the world is on my blog. a favorite of mine. didn't know it was reissued. or that well known. there are also some strange and interested mix, lps, etc. http://rotofthestars.blogspot.com peace.
Posted by ouscaphil
on 11 September 2009 (11:52:07)
music from the morning of the world is on my blog. a favorite of mine. didn't know it was reissued. or that well known. there are also some strange and interested mix, lps, etc. http://rotofthestars.blogspot.com peace.
Posted by zhao
on 11 March 2009 (21:09:34)
this taking of a road less traveled but in many ways more rewarding is much appreciated. bigup!
Posted by Fritz
on 10 March 2009 (00:20:57)
I really like this mix, can we post it to the blog of our new site? www.irondj.net.
Ardisson compiles a selection of music from Bali for Spannered's seventh Oddcast
Known in electronic music circles for his releases on Seed Records, Charles Matthews, aka Ardisson has spent much of the last few years immersing himself in music from the Indonesian islands of Bali and Java. This, the seventh installment of Spannered's Oddcast series, is a selection of music from Bali.
 
'This is a mix of various styles of Balinese music you can find on CD outside of Bali. Some of my friends complain that gamelan sounds a bit samey so I wanted to make sure there was a nice variety of timbres. There's a bit of genggong, gambuh, beleganjur, kecak... gamelan gambang, angklung and gong gede... it doesn't even scrape the surface though. I had fun mixing it so a couple of bits have come out a tad weird.

I can't find the tracklisting right now but if you like this then a good place to start is Music From the Morning of the World on Nonesuch Recordings.'

Ardisson, London 2009


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