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26 Jul
2014

New Releases: Fog Music (Part 2)

coverAs promised, we’re playing the rest of the available Fog Music from Aural Films on this week’s edition of At Water’s Edge–Fog Music #4 from Scott Lawlor (the host of “The Blind Flight” on Friday nights on Stillstream), and #6, just released this week, from EugeneKha. And–bonus!–we’ll hear a few other new releases this week as well from Chris Russell, Magnetic Wind (who celebrates a birthday this week) and C.Paradisi.

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19 Jul
2014

New Releases: Fog Music (Part 1)

coverThis week and next, we will be playing the recent “Fog Music” releases from Aural Films. Today, we’ll hear 1, 2, 3 and 5: Cousin SilasMister VaporRobert Scott Thompson and Wolfgang Gsell. Aural Films releases soundtracks for movies that do not exist, covering a wide range of styles ranging from the familiar to the obscure–often on the same release. The Fog Music series is a multi-album thematic release, and is a gorgeous and fascinating survey of different artists’ visions of fog. Light and dark, wet and dry, this invasive weather condition is a great source of inspiration for sound artists from around the world. This project seeks to publish 24 hours of these recordings as an on-going series for all to hear and enjoy. 

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28 Jun
2014

Cordis Humani

Esecuzione_Mikrophonie_I_di_StockhausenAll about the beats this week on At Water’s Edge. Featuring a new self-titled work from Naga Humana (our friend Chris Newman), we’ll also hear works from Altus and trx, Christopher Alvarado, Steve Roach and Vidna Obmana, Absolute Time, Aes Dana, AeTopus, AltocirrusSteve Roach and Brian Parnham, Andre Vezina, and Arjen Schat.

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21 Jun
2014

Solstice

Summer Evening - Frederick Childe Hassam 1886The song of cicadas and frogs, the touch of summer breezes or the baleful gaze of a relentless sun… the days are at their longest, the nights at their shortest and the human psyche at its most wide-open point in the year.

Today is the Summer Solstice in the northern hemisphere, this high point of the warm season.

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14 Jun
2014

The Rose Moon

Rose MoonThis week’s full moon, sometimes called the “Rose Moon”, was the lowest in the sky that it’s been for a long time, and the first Friday the 13th full moon in nearly 100 years. The full moon brings out many deep things in us, of which we’re often not even aware. We write sonnets to it, we include it in countless artworks, we sing to it, we dream by it. It affects the tides of our home planet, and tugs on our bodies in similar fashion. So this week we celebrate the moon.

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