by Dave Segal
on Mon, Feb 6, 2012 at 12:11 PM
On the Progressive Radio Network show Expanding Mind, writer Erik Davis explores various states of cultural consciousness and global sound archeology with Seattle-based musician/Sublime Frequencies label co-owner Alan Bishop (formerly of Sun City Girls, Alvarius B.). Bishop reveals that some of the SF projects on the horizon include a Malaysian comp, a collection of Moroccan folk, and something unspecified on Malian music by co-honcho Hisham Mayet. He also discusses dealing with grim, suspicious Burmese (Myanmarese?) police searching his room at 3 am.