So long, Link Wray. You taught me how to play (not literally, of course). David (late) Tibet digs Marissa Nadler. I told him he would months ago. They're apparently going to do something together in the future. He's also a bigtime Stephen O'Malley fan; who isn't today? "Black One" is an incredible album. Speaking of Southern Lord, Twilight also comes highly recommended for Leviathan, Xasthur, Sunn 0))) freaks or anyone into uber-lo-fi end of the world nightmare metal.
The Terrastock 6 lineup is the best yet, at least the most Broken Face influenced. I will be there, gods permitting.
Black Forest / Black Sea
Brothers of the Occult Sisterhood (Australia)
College Girls Gone Wild
Cul de Sac
Damon and Naomi
The Green Pajamas
Kemialliset Ystävät (Finland)
The Kitchen Cynics (Scotland)
Sharron Kraus (England)
The Magic Carpathians Project (Poland)
St Joan (England)
Spacious Mind (Sweden)
Spires that in the Sunset Rise
Thought Forms (England)
Windy & Carl
plus Special Guest Appearance by TOM RAPP
College Girls Gone Wild is actually Sonic Youth (isn't that funny!?!). Kitchen Cynics American live debut and Culdesac's Terrastock debut? They may have played one of the earlier ones, not sure. I've never seen them live, and they are hands down one of the most influential underground avant/psych whatever American bands of the last 20 years. This lineup speaks for itself, me thinks. Woot!
PS: Nice to see the original "King Kong" finally make it to DVD. It's a killer all the way around with a great print and snazzy extras.