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OM Set The Controls To The Heart Of Europe, Announcing Tour Dates This November

16th August 2013 at 10:57 am

Roadburn 2012 - Om

Rejoice! OM‘s interplanetary trajectory has aligned with ours, and they’re heading our way… The coordinates have been keyed in, the destination of Europe in sight, all ready for a November touchdown amid jets of synth, thrusts of earth-disturbing bass and clouds of alluring alien…
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Introducing The New Exploration In Minimalism From Al Cisneros, Video For ‘Ark Procession’ Released

14th August 2013 at 2:50 pm

Al Cisneros ‘Ark-Procession’

Al Cisneros is no stranger to the deep meditations of a minimalist, sub-sonic song. The ritual low-end thunder his band OM bestow as gospel both live and on record can hardly be described as minimal, yet never needs more than a smattering of accompaniment…
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Soggy Bog 132 – Were American Bands Featuring Autopsy, Graves At Sea, Lo-Pan, Kings Destroy, The Gates Of Slumber + More!

3rd July 2013 at 11:19 am

Soggy Bog

The Soggy Bog, episode 132, is now available and Bob has dedicated this week’s show to an all American playlist to coincide with the nations birthday celebrations and to quote the man himself “This week America is celebrating its birthday. So I’m celebrating with…
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OM’s Meditative ‘Addis’ Transformed Into Hypnotic Dubplate Courtesy Of Alpha & Omega

25th March 2013 at 5:38 pm

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Just as OM‘s Advaitic Songs achieved a level of composition that was impossible to forsee, it might come as a surprise to hear that they handed over the track ‘Addis‘ from their most recent long player for a dubplate reworking from UK roots and…
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2012: Year Of The Apocalypse…? Tom McKibbin’s End Of Year Round-Up

22nd December 2012 at 11:42 am

Tom McKibbin

A Round-up of the Year that Failed to Destroy Itself Those wacky Mayans, eh? Just like Nostradamus after them, they seemed to promise the (end of the) world but here we all are, still trudging through a dark winter’s day, broke, cold and full…
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Shaman Lee’s Top 10 Albums & 2012 Year Review

20th December 2012 at 11:36 am

Conan

Well what an amazing year 2012 has been for music and everything that’s been happening at Shaman HQ, the website continues to grow from strength to strength with visits at an all time high, the same year also saw me take a more active…
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OM Release ‘State Of Non-Return’ Video

8th November 2012 at 8:59 am

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It comes with real joy today that OM have delivered a massive black and white video for “State Of Non-Return” one of the album tracks from their most recent opus Advaitic Songs which came out in Summer on Drag City. Offering a fly-on-the-wall glimpse…
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OM Officially Announce More UK Shows

1st August 2012 at 11:45 am

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With their brand new album Advaitic Songs recently released on Drag City, Tom’s review for which you can read HERE, and having announced their London show already, OM are proud to announce more confirmed shows across the UK and Ireland as follows: 25 September…
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OM Announce London Show This September

23rd July 2012 at 12:16 pm

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This month OM shall release their brand new album Advaitic Songs on Drag City, there is a full European tour in the works and already the band have announced a London show, promoted by ATP on Sunday 30th September. Here are the details: ARTIST:…
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OM ‘Advaitic Songs’ CD/LP 2012

3rd July 2012 at 10:32 am

OM

OM’s discography is a beautiful thing – with each album you can hear the band become more refined, more mature and more imaginative without losing any of their core meditative force. Their 2005 debut, Variations on a Theme, had all the hallmarks of the…
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