Kevin Moist (Evening Fires, label-boss at Deep Water Acres) is back in the virtual chair and behind the curtain this week on SOB. And you know how good that is. If you don’t, do yourself a favor and check the series he’s been generous enough to do for the show in the past. This week is the first step in a series on the many, many worlds of Latin psychedelia. We’ll get started with ’68-’70, when the heady brew of sonic phenomena at the time were being indiginized and reconstituted throughout Latin American into sounds fresh and distinct … and as usual, Moist will take us down the less obvious route to get to them … if you have any questions on the rundown, please leave a comment or drop a line and we’ll do our best to fill in any gaps.
Show image: “Tuxana das Manaus”, Tomie Ohtake, 1972
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