BWDD – November 15, 2020

Please join me tonight for another edition of Blue Water Drift Dive, on RadioSpiral.net.

After last week’s focus on the music of Nick Williams, perhaps better known as Susperia-Electrica, I realized I had much more of his music to catch up on. And, quite frankly, last week’s collection was such outstanding space music that I feel tonight would be a perfect night to finish up my tour through Nick’s recent music. So tonight’s program will again be dedicated to the music of Susperia-Electrica.

Why is tonight such a perfect night? Well, if you haven’t read the news, SpaceX and NASA have finally launched astronauts to the ISS using all SpaceX equipment. I don’t know about you, but I am geeking out in a big way. So, yeah. Let’s listen to some great space music!

Of course there will be a live set to open the program. I hope you’ll join us!

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 …

BWDD – November 8, 2020

Please join me tonight for another edition of Blue Water Drift Dive, on RadioSpiral.net.

Tonight we will have a very special focus on the music of Nick Williams, perhaps better known as Susperia-Electrica. If you’re not familiar with his work, you should be. Nick has been creating beautiful space music for over a decade now, producing some of the most evocative and visual ambient space excursions I’m aware of. To celebrate his work, tonight we will focus on two of his recent albums. In the first hour, we’ll hear Light Years Away, followed by Exploration Mars in the second hour.

And of course there will be a live set to open the program. I hope you’ll join us!

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 …