BWDD – October 4, 2020

Please join me this evening for another edition of Blue Water Drift Dive on RadioSpiral.net.

Tonight I’ll be focusing on live music! Although I will not myself be performing tonight, I’ll be playing nothing but live music from RadioSpiral artists — specifically two wonderful concerts put on by two of my favorite artists.

We’ll begin with Emerald Adrift and his astonishing concert given at one of electro-music.com’s Kansas City festivals, entitled Wings of Morpheus. If you haven’t heard David Herpich’s music before, you need to hear this live set. This is an artist who pushes the boundaries of ambient and electronic music, who creates some of the most satisfying and intellectually challenging abstract music you have ever heard. This concert is one of his best performances, so I encourage you to check it out.

In the second hour, we’ll focus on the live music of that immensely talented artist Brin Coleman. During this hour, we’ll hear Bing Satellites Alive In Lincoln, which Brin recorded in July 2019 as part of the Weird Garden concert series at No. 10 Decimal Place in Lincoln, UK. Truly magnificent music by one of the most productive and influential ambient artists today.

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 – September 27, 2020

Please join me this evening for another edition of Blue Water Drift Dive on RadioSpiral.net. And tonight is “desert ambient” night! Yes, that lovely genre combining southwest motifs, ancient instruments, thunderous hand percussion, and the deepest, most meditative ambience on the planet. We’ll be on a journey through the darkest canyons and broadest desert plains, under a panoply of stars that must be seen to be believed.

To that end, I’ll be playing music by many of my favorite artists, including Steve Roach, Robert Carty, Shane Morris, Numina, Alpha Wave Movement, Ajnia, and Tange. Plus there will be a live set by yours truly.

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 – September 20, 2020

Please join me this evening for another edition of Blue Water Drift Dive on RadioSpiral.net. Tonight we will be enjoying music from two of my favorite artists: Numina and Max Corbacho. I’ll also be opening the show with a live set.

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 – September 13, 2020

Please join me this evening for another edition of Blue Water Drift Dive on RadioSpiral.net. Tonight we will be enjoying music from two outstanding artists: C.paradisi and Mike Metlay.

The first hour we’ll be hearing C. paradisi’s recent release Tabula 01 in its entirety. Tabula 01 is a lush and contemplative collection of gorgeous light ambient tone paintings guaranteed to soothe and relax.

And then in the second hour, we’ll be closing out the program with Metlay’s space music epic Metric. The perfect music for a Sunday evening to relax and recharge before the work week.

I’ll also be opening the show with a live set..

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 – September 6, 2020

Please join me this evening for a special Labor Day edition of Blue Water Drift Dive on RadioSpiral.net.

Tonight we will focus on the music of one of my very favorite artists and human beings, none other than Shane Morris! To celebrate the work of this fantastic musician, during the first hour we’ll be playing a selection of tracks from his albums Equinox, Complex Silence 20, The Hundredth Mantra, and ONE. Then we will close the show out with live ambient long player Ritual Observances from his 2010 live performance with Dan Miñoza The Ritual Space, a performance I was privileged to see in person. Magnificent work by two masterful artists.

I’ll also be opening the show with some extended live jamming.

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 …