The Berlin-schule (Berlin school) is a style rather than a place (although most of its early practitioners were in West Berlin). Begun in the 1970s, it encompassed a particular style of electronic music, and some of the innovative early records formed the basis of ambient music. Klaus Schultze, Tangerine Dream: you know many of the names. Video […]
More recent Fog Music releases from Aural Films, featuring works of Playman54, Lutz Thuns, Dan Pound, Symatic Star, William Spivey, Metlay!, and Yeti Wolf, and featuring photography of Mona Be4 Photoart, as well as images from a collection of old photos from a small town in Ohio, courtesy of Tim Kays. The video archive is available […]
Recent Fog Music releases from Aural Films, featuring works of White Origins, Frans Kedes, T.R.I.v.M, and Jack Hertz, and featuring photography of Wolf Red, as well as images from the collection of photos Aural Films has been using for the Fog Music project. Authors include: James Maier, Wolfgang Gsell, Jack Hertz, Martin Str, Mark Blood, […]
The Nevermore project continues with a third edition of the program (yay!) on this week’s edition of At Water’s Edge. This week we hear from Fabio Keiner, William Spivey, Mystified, Tim Kays, Wings of an Angel, Disturbed Earth, Red clouds, Jeff Sampson, and John Sherwood. Plus, a bonus track from William Spivey and Christopher Alvarado, from […]
This week we hear from our Featured Artist, Andrew Lahiff, along with several of the latest Fog Music releases from Aural Films, and we get a special sneak preview of Sean Derrick Cooper Marquardt’s Music for the Dead, scheduled for release on 22 December. Video archive available at https://new.livestream.com/RadHaus/AWE20141220DieToteninsel Andrew Lahiff Slow Paths Beyond (2014) “North Point Beacons” “Journey […]
Ambient music has come to mean many things, and the definition is pretty open to interpretation. Some works are purely noise/glitch, using only electronics…and some are a fascinating use of traditional acoustic instruments and/or voices, and some are combinations of both.
On this edition of At Water’s Edge, we look at the creative ways that traditional sounds are incorporated into ambient music, featuring three different ambient artist projects: Red Planet Orchestra, Bryan Carrigan, and Tom Caufield.
The video broadcast features the paintings of Mumtaz Hussain, a Pakistani artist and filmmaker who has made his home in New York City for many years. His work combines traditional media and images of South Asian antiquity with a modern abstract approach, blending old and new, East and West.
The image of the raven has its roots in legends from all over the world. Harbinger of death, protector, spy, prophet, messenger; the raven embodies all of those things in our collective psyche. Part two of a new series from At Water’s Edge and Radhaus, we continue the “Nevermore” tracks with works by Parityflux, Michael […]