Djam Karet are a now venerable American progressive rock group that doesn’t sound venerable at all. They’ve just released one of their best albums, Sonic Celluloid and they talk about it in the Echoes Podcast.
Before it was corporate music for spas and yoga studios, New Age music had adventurous, experimental Indie roots. Producer Douglas Mcgowen unearths them in two collections. “I Am The Center, Private Issue New Age Music in America, 1950-1990” and “The Microcosm, Visionary Music of Continental Europe, 1970-1986.”