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Radio Free Aquarium Drunkard’s May broadcast will air May 16 from 4-8 PM Pacific on Dublab. In hour one, Less Talk More Groove with Dave Schools, hour two features Jason Woodbury’s Range and Basin, hour 3 belong to Tyler Wilcox with Doom and Gloom from the Tomb, and to close, the Woodsist Family Radio Hour.

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On previous albums, Sarah Louise exposed the arbitrary nature of genre. On her new album Earth Bow, she creates her own. What you hear on the record is an artist riding the currents of a far-reaching and unrestrained creative freedom, alchemically transmuting influence into novel self-expression—exactly what you should expect to hear on great albums.

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Spirit Of ’70, Robert Walter’s 1996 solo debut–and collaboration with sax legend, Gary Bartz–was issued on vinyl for the first time this month. To commemorate, Walter steps up for his third Lagniappe Session in eight years. Inspired as ever, this third round finds the artist dipping into exotica, reggae, nascent rap and the jazz of Silver Cycles.

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A heavy dose of California chill beaming out from New Hampshire, John Andrews and his “band” The Yawns return with Cookbook, their follow-up to 2017’s Bad Posture, and an airy collection of laid-back country rock, gentle AM ballads, and breezy cantina instrumentals with more than a dose of Guaraldi-imbued jazz.

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As far as 70s private-press albums go, Ted Lucas’ sole self-titled long player sits high atop the summit. A truly eccentric outing, the music has proven timeless, healing, and beloved, and NJ-based label Perpetual Doom honors it with It’s So Easy (When You Know What You’re Doing): A Tribute to Ted Lucas, featuring covers of the album’s nine tracks from artists such as William Tyler, Julianna Barwick, Anna St. Louis, Shannon Lay, and more.

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Our guest this week is guitarist and songwriter Richard Thompson. One of the founding fathers of British folk rock, he’s the author of a new book, Beeswing. It chronicles the early days of his band, Fairport Convention, the launch of his solo career, run-ins with Pink Floyd, Jimi Hendrix, a lost jam session with Led Zeppelin, and his collaborations with Linda Thompson, Sandy Denny, Nick Drake, John Martyn. He joins Jason P. Woodbury to discuss it all and more this week on Aquarium Drunkard Transmissions.

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The latest from DIY lifer Zach Philips is a dizzying and resplendent work of lysergic cool-jazz, deconstructed art-pop, and library exotica. Billed as Exit From the Ultra-World by Perfect Angels, the record was pieced together on tape in Brussels with transmitted vocals from French singer Olia Eichenbaum, and additional contributions from psych-pop pioneer Chris Cohen, jazz saxophonist Shoko Igrashi, and a cast of like-minded multi-instrumentalists from around the globe.

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Six tracks, mc toasting supreme, with the crew spitting right out the gate, riffing on Sister Audrey’s “English Girl” on the the near ten minute title track. Ease back proper, as the entirety of the session is soaked in echo and reverb courtesy of Mad Professor.

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The dreamlike drifts of You Can See Your Own Way Out, the first full-length collaboration between Ilyas Ahmed and Jefre Cantu-Ledesma, have a decidedly cinematic flavor, like the soundtrack to some unknown arthouse masterpiece.

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Fans of Joshua Abrams & Natural Information Society’s methodical, meditative 2019 LP mandatory reality might have been a little surprised by the live shows that followed in its wake. This wasn’t a band interested in lulling its audience to sleep. Instead, Abrams and NIS gave audiences a harder-edged, sometimes downright aggressive version of their hypno-jazz.

That energetic approach is ratcheted up even further on the new double LP, recorded live in 2019 at London’s Café Oto.

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