"there is time to be by your side/ already more than alive.."
playlist: grouper - come softly (for daniel d.) (a i a: alien observer) brightblack morning light - friend of time (brightblack morning light) bonnie prince billy & the cairo gang - someone coming through (the wonder show of the world) dirty three - distant shore (ocean songs) vic chestnutt - dimples (skitter on takeoff) jack rose - mountaintop lamento (two originals of jack rose) 200 years - more than alive (200 years) gil scott-heron - i’ll take care of you (brook benton) (i’m new here) david sylvian and nine horses - serotonin (burnt friedman remix) (snow borne sorrow) swans - nathalie neal (to be kind) hiss tracts - windpipe gtrs. (shortwave nights) lowered - movement of slowly dying waves (lost seas) richard buckner - ariel ramirez (since) derek rogers - swift (prevais) vanessa rossetto - whole stories (whole stories) ambarchi/ o’malley/ dunn - sometimes (shade themes from kairos) greg kelley & jason lescalleet - consultation (conversations) big brave - dead horse (an understanding between people) ilyas ahmed - in desire (arroyo)
"your eight letters spelling out the sun/ making sure that we’re the only ones.."
playlist: trembling bells - adieu england (abandoned love) boxhead ensemble - far gone/ big sky (the last place to go) morgen - love (morgen) love - a house is not a motel (forever changes) july - dandelion seeds (july) low - $20 (c’mon) richard skelton - little knives (vérsa éan) richard skelton - ascend (vérsa éan) bardo pond - side to side (yntra) circuit des yeux - bud & gin (overdue) low - witches (c’mon) circuit des jeux - my name is rune (overdue) bardo pond - the cawl (yntra) circuit des yeux - acarina (overdue) magic markers - last of the lemach line (boss) swans - just a little boy (for chester burnett) (to be kind)
Artist and photographerLee Jeong Lok born in 1971 in Gwanju, South Korea. He discovered his passion for photography as a design studentat Gwangju University and subsequently studied photographic design and fine art photography in Seoul and New York. For more than a decade the artist has exhibited in solo and selected group exhibitions throughout Korea and his work can be found in the public collections of some of the most respected museums across the country.
Lee Jeonglok describes his current calling as “listening to nature to discover a unique, personal impression of a place…translating what it says into a visual language through my photography”.
playlist: low - plastic cup (the invisible way) le fruit vert - la castiglione (passiflore) akron family - sorrow boy ( akron family) ar - seed memory (succession) bardo pond -the stars behind (bardo pond) flying saucer attack - the season is ours (flying saucer attack) swans - to be kind (to be kind) magik markers - don’t talk in your sleep (balf quarry) father murphy - let the wrong rise with you/ they will always fail you (simultaneous listening edit) (pain is on our side now) bardo pond - a crossing (yntra) silent land time machine - dealing w/ doubt (i am no longer alone with myself…) circuit des yeux - lithonia (overdue) symbol - clear passage (online architecture) swans - oxygen (to be kind) bardo pond - don’t know about you (bardo pond)
I Will Not Return Your Records is a weekly radio broadcast & podcast from a musically-obsessive messy living room in Montreal. (Moods are messy, so no apologies.)
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