Finally. Tonight is the very last Blue Water Drift Dive from this “interesting” year of 2020 and I could not be happier. To celebrate, we will take a look back at my favorite releases from this year.
In the first hour, we will hear lovely selections from Forrest Fang, Quantum Eraser Trio, C. Paradisi, Grum-pe, and Robert Rich, covering a very broad swath of ambient territory. And in the second hour we will hear from Eyes Cast Down and Bill Baxter. There will also be a brief live set by me to open things up.
The show happens tonight at 10p/9p/8p/7p ET/CT/MT/PT (2a UTC), immediately following the end of Tony Gerber’s fantastic Ambient Sundays program, and will last at least 2 hours. As with all RadioSpiral.net programs, the emphasis is on community, so of course there is a live chat.
If you tune in, I hope you’ll stop by and say hello!
Please join me this evening for another edition of Blue Water Drift Dive on RadioSpiral.net.
Tonight I’ll be presenting music from two of my favorite ambient artists: Fellirium and eyes cast down.
In the first hour, we’ll hear a selection of some of my favorite tracks by Andrey Vasilyev, a Moscow-based artist who releases music as Fellirium, from his beautiful albums Harvest, Radiance, and Sapphire. Just gorgeous light ambient music from one of the very best.
And then we will close the show out with three deep pieces from our friend Greg Moorcroft / eyes cast down from his stunning 2020 release We Once Were Lost. Greg creates some of the most fascinating ambient music, running the altitude gamut from music for low earth orbit down to the sounds of the depths of the blackest sea. Don’t miss it!
The show happens tonight at 10/9/8/7p (2a UTC), immediately following the end of Tony Gerber’s fantastic Ambient Sundays program, and will last at least 2 hours. As with all RadioSpiral.net programs, the emphasis is on community, so of course there is a live chat. If you tune in, I hope you’ll stop by and say hello …
Check out this video of part of Greg Moorcroft’s recent live performance at The Gatherings as Eyes Cast Down. If you’re not familiar with Greg’s music, you should be. He’s a brilliant ambient artist and a genuinely great guy.