Nature Camp

Posted in Art, music by okkame on April 14, 2011

By Andy Goldsworthy



Nature Camp – Sinth


Upon playing the track above, I felt little shards of my memories warming up to be welded into about three quite strained references which they eventually became on the strength of the self-validating pinpointer of mine; The first tracks from two of many an influential album to me = Amon Duul’s Psychedelic Underground and Chrome’s Half Machine Lip Moves, respectively. And suppose these tracks were adapted for a mutant jitterbug floor in a not-so-different manner than Astral Social Club‘s. Yeah, that makes about three.

This is very good music to start your morning to but I’m leery of sharing an unlawfully digitized version of this hep limited-to-100-cassettes album. How many people actually give a shit about this kinda stuff? How much am I capable of hurting you because I didn’t pay to appreciate your efforts? Anywise.



“Here’s a great detour away from all of the (wonderful, don’t get me wrong) berlin-school acolytion … synths, yes, but also guitars & a monster of a loop-pedal drum-overdub chug that harkens up north-west to hamburg ca. 1973, before returning to the zodiak free arts lab for a bit of the free-bleep …”


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  1. thomas duke said, on September 7, 2011 at 6:21 pm

    thank you very much. i can mail you a tape if you’d like.

    • okkame said, on September 8, 2011 at 2:59 am

      Thank you for your kind words. But I’m afraid it will be too much of an imposition on you, and besides I have yet to be equipped with a nice cassette player. Anyways, keep up the good work ! Best Regards.

  2. Anonymous said, on October 27, 2011 at 8:12 pm

    thank you. there’s more here:

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