Edgar Froese at 2008 Loreley Festival. Image copyright (c) by Wolf Red.

SPECIAL – Legacy and Evolution: A Tribute to Edgar Froese

On this special five-hour edition of At Water’s Edge, we offer a tribute to Edgar Froese, founding member of Tangerine Dream, who recently passed away. This program features tracks by a wide variety of ambient artists, all of which will soon be included in a downloadable release on the RadHaus audiophile netlabel. Video: https://vimeo.com/radhaus/eftribute Like this:Like […]

Sunset at Dockweiler. Image (c) 2015 by Rebekkah Hilgraves

The Jewel In the Lotus

Meditation and prayer music takes the main stage on this edition of At Water’s Edge. We feature music of Vito Gregoli and Mala Ganguly; we’ll also hear a lovely, unique new release of Tibetan Buddhist prayers fused with both classical and electronic instruments, from Hsin-Jung Tsai with Vajia Master Sonam Norbu Rinpoche. Vito Gregoli joins us […]


At Water’s Edge Review by George De Bruin

Blue Meditation from "Passage to Vietnam" (c) by Silva Wischeropp

The Rules of This World

We feature recent releases from Robert Scott Thompson and Ade Hodges on this episode of At Water’s Edge. Images by Silva Wischeropp from her series Passage to Vietnam. You can see more of her work here: http://portfolio.fotocommunity.de/silva-wischeropp Video archive: https://vimeo.com/radhaus/awe20150221-rules Like this:Like Loading…

Prague Astronomical Clock


The Dialogues Of Longing

Wings of an Angel

We devote this show to the music of a single ambient artist, the weird and wonderful (and I do mean that in a good way) Wings of an Angel. Wings of an Angel is Felix Kaplan, an independent outsider ambient artist from Israel. His introspective creative/musical autobiography explores eccentric deep lands, intimate memories and unorthodox […]

The Nevermore series of episodes has a unifying theme, that of some field recordings of Mojave desert ravens, along with some other starting materials. Each artist we'll hear over the next few weeks worked from the same base materials and created wildly different results.

Nevermore (Part 4)

The final installment in the Nevermore series, an ongoing project built around the sounds of Mojave Desert ravens, this week’s program includes tracks by Playman54, Simon Slator, Michael Brückner, Tom Caufield, James Shain, Sonic Bodhi, and Skr0!nk. These are all wildly varying interpretations of the same material, and are part of a fascinating survey of […]


Relaxing with Machinery