A Thick Mist

A Thick Mist

Latest Episodes

Episode 138
February 04, 2023

My dog Winona died yesterday. This episode has nothing to do with that aside from the fact that I needed to do something to keep my mind off things. 00:00:00 Christopher Marlowe, with Frank...

Episode 137 – Feminist
June 28, 2022

This episode is about women being powerful, women being assaulted, women being outspoken, and women being silenced.

Episode 136 – (Mostly Weird) Metal
June 20, 2022

All of these songs came out this year. Most of this is non-traditional black metal. The rest is other non-traditional metal that can barely even contain that wide genre. 00:00:00 RLYR Head Womb...

Episode 135 – Holy Music In America
May 23, 2022

I tried to keep a broad enough definition of "holy" to include a variety of music beyond just the obvious gospel and hymns. This is A Thick Mist so I made sure to inject some black metal, hip hop, and

Episode 134 – Carnatic Music
April 24, 2022

I think Hindustani tends to be the more popular style of classical Indian music in the west (see: Ravi Shankar, Ali Akbar Khan, Chatur Lal, Dagar Brothers, etc) so I figured I'd shed some light on the

Episode 133 – Appalachian Folk & Blues
April 18, 2022

I thought it would be fun to highlight the wide variety rolling down the mountains: everything from the banjo instrumentals of Hobart Smith to the lone black lung vocals of Nimrod Workman. I've always

Episode 132 – Weird & Erotic
April 11, 2022

This episode is super explicit and not safe for work (unless you're a sex worker I guess). 99% of the spoken word is people talking about sex stuff like blowjob instructions.

Episode 131 – Metal
April 03, 2022

I thought I'd try something new. A new process that might fit into my life and a new approach to curation that might appeal to more people.

Episode 130
September 13, 2021

New Fluisteraars, Yemeni folk, new Sarah Davachi, Godzilla sound effects, ionosphere recordings, Margaret Walker poetry, Cambodian ballads...

Episode 129
August 30, 2021

Got some good shit on this one. I start out with two of my favorite records this year, mix in some Bahamian folk, Bengali spirituals, Japanese weirdness, Greek hymns, Easter Island chants, and of cour