From Here to Tranquility

Electric Earth Music

I’m very proud to have a track of mine included on a brand new compilation album by Silent Records:

From Here to Tranquility Vol. 11, Tonic Immobility features 14 tracks of drone music produced by artists from all over the world.  It’s really an amazing collection of music and I’m honored to be included.  The track of mine included in this compilation was recorded live at Outer Space in Arcata, back in April, when I opened for the Drone Cinema Film Festival, also sponsored by Silent Records.  Here’s a video from that performance.

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Author: john hardin

Artist bio: The writer in me says: “Don’t tell them who you are, show them what you do.” The artist in me says: “It must be strong, simple, bold, yet rich with detail, but above all, original.” The filmmaker in me says: “We need to contextualize your work by weaving the roots of the Psychedelic Revolution, the Environmental Movement, Gaia Theory, Future Primitivism and musical influences from Iannis Xenakis to Bart Hopkin into a narrative that portrays an iconoclast's struggle for cultural relevance from the forested hinterlands of rural Northern California within the greater post-industrial, post-post-modern, post-reality mind-fuck of the 21st Century.” The critic in me says: “Will that guy ever shut up?” The comedian in me says: “It has to make me laugh at least once.” The engineer in me says: “Don’t forget to tell them that you do it all off-grid, with solar power, using recycled materials.” And the improvisational musician in me says: “Cut! Great job everybody!”

2 thoughts on “From Here to Tranquility”

  1. Congrats, Silent Records has been one of the best sources of ambient music for a long time, being included on a volume of Here to Tranquility is an honor indeed.

    1. Thanks Daniel! I am very pleased to be included in this compilation. I hope you can make it to my upcoming event at Outer Space, (Friday Nov 22) I’ll debut my new film, Interpretace: 40 Years of Sovereign Interpretation, a documentary about my favorite Czech band, but I’ll also play a set of live didgeridoo music that I’m very excited to share and that I think you will enjoy.

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