Sublime Frequencies celebrates 100 releases.
Sublime Frequencies complete LP collection from SF 001 up to SF 102.
Sometime back in the latter half of 2003, I was boning up on the latest weekly email list of new LP and CD releases from music distributor Forced Exposure, when I noticed that a new label called Sublime Frequencies was being launched by world travellers Alan Bishop and Sir Richard Bishop of my favorite ethno psych folk improv art damage spaghetti eastern throw-it-all-in-a-blender band of all time, the Sun City Girls. Along with label co-founder and fellow hardcore traveller Hisham Mayet, the Bishops began to disperse the massive amount of international music and video they had collected on their frequent trips around the world over the previous two decades. After reading the descriptions of the first batch of releases, I completely creamed my jeans! I had always wished I could dive into and look through / listen to the legendary and massive archives of other-continent goodness compiled by these guys, and finally the day had arrived. It was like a dream come true.