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19 Apr
2014

Listeners’ Choice New Releases

1280px-1628_Claesz_Vanitas-Stillleben_mit_Selbstbildnis_anagoriaOn this week’s edition of At Water’s Edge, it’s listeners’ choice–we asked listeners and artists to submit their favorite new releases for the show, and received some great music.

Starting with new tracks from Disturbed Earth (Dean Richards), from his 9-albums-in-a-month March frenzy, we’ll be hearing music from his “Castle in Spain” release. We’ll also hear from erissoma (http://erissoma.bandcamp.com/), an artist we just learned about recently. We’ll also hear a new collaboration from Arbee and Specta Ciera called “Elemental Gathering”, new guitar ambient from Cousin Silas, and a collaboration between Detlev Everling and Michael Brückner, two new tracks from Jack Hertz and lots more this week, so tune in!

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12 Apr
2014

April Showers

LA-rainbow002Spring is finally emerging from the snows in the northern hemisphere, so today’s program is all about the rain.

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5 Apr
2014

Celestial

PhilcUK-1274438506Today we look to the stars on At Water’s Edge with a new release from Janne Hanhisuanto. “Live at Raisio” contains 8 tracks–4 pre-recorded and 4 live performances–inspired by the space images from www.spacetelescope.org

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29 Mar
2014

Connect

1280px-Guaricano-BambiniMusic is all about connection, and at Stillstream, the connections are amazing: we get music from all over the world and broadcast all over the world. Even if we don’t speak the same language, we speak music together.

So today’s program is all about connection. Come connect with us.

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15 Mar
2014

The Ides of March

Maribor_-_Early_Spring_(8653344054)The Ides of March has taken on enormous significance over the centuries, as the transition from the Roman Republic to the Roman Empire, marked by the death of Julius Caesar,  began. It is also when we start thinking of spring–the equinox approaches, the deep grip of winter cold begins to ease (though not without a few final spasms), perhaps some crocus heads bravely poke up through the snow.

The light returns, we air out our homes–and perhaps our souls–as we start to think about spring cleaning.

Today we celebrate the Ides of March with a wide variety of music celebrating the approaching spring.

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