Far Out’s collaboration with Resonance Extra continues to reaches a crescendo this week with our eleventh episode of Night Trippin’.
Unearthing alternative sounds from around the world, one country at a time. This episode focuses on Thailand, specifically Thai Beat A Go-Go compilations which showcase rare psychedelic garage tracks.
Trying to pick out some lesser known figures of Thailand music history, the show includes a slowed down ambient selection alongside musicians such as Sakarin Boonpit, Paiboo, Dao Bandon, Thanh Mai and more.
Presented by Psychic Markers frontman Steven Dove with additional support from Far Out editor Lee Thomas, available below.
Sakarin Boonpit – Kotmorn Yoop Yap (All Shook Up)
Viparat Piengsuwan – Yok Yok (Jump Jump)
Sroeng Santi – Pai No Pai
The Traces – Je T’aime Moi Non Plus
Louis Kennedy – Poo Yai Lee
Johnny Guitar – Bangkok By Night
Ream Daranoi – Fai Yen
Paiboo – Yom Pha Barn Norn Pahwaa (Satan’s Nightmare)
P. Promdan – Lung Dee Kee Mao (Uncle Dee is a Drunk)
Clokue – Live at Stone Free
Triggs and The Longest Day – Sometime, Somewhere
The Viking Combo – Plen Yuk Owakard
Dao Bandon – Tang Ngarn Si Nong
Khun Narin – Baisi Sukhwan
Thanh Mai – Toc Mai Soi Van Soi Dai (Long, Uneven Hair)