This week’s edition of At Water’s Edge features new works by two great musical Mad Scientists: Michael Brückner and Jeff …read more Source: At Water's Edge
For this week’s edition of At Water’s Edge, we celebrate motherhood in several forms. Not all women are mothers, so …read more Source: At Water's Edge
Back by popular demand, we have another “Rhythm” program on this week’s edition of At Water’s Edge. We hear many …read more Source: At Water's Edge
“April showers bring May flowers…” This time of year, rain in the northern hemisphere is the harbinger of new life, …read more Source: At Water's Edge
There’s still lots of ice and snow around the world, but in many places in the northern hemisphere, the flowers are starting to poke up their cheerful little heads. Today’s program celebrates their arrival. We’ll feature usr/sbin’s 2010 release, “Full Flower”, as well as selected works by Janne Hannhisuanto, That …read more
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It’s Easter weekend, the end of Passover, spring is catching on in the northern hemisphere, and time for another At Water’s Edge program (also, it’s yours truly’s birthday today, and the one-year anniversary of this show, so I’m especially aware of time this week!).
Spring at last! Well, at least in the northern hemisphere…technically…okay, yeah, there are still FEET of snow coming down. But it’s spring! So let’s celebrate the equinox with some great music (including our new hot-off-the-presses theme music by Craig Karolus!):
Using his recent release, “Emblem” (http://pemungkah.bandcamp.com/album/emblem), as the basis, ambient composer and artist Joe McMahon (last month’s “Featured Artist” on Stillstream) provides electronic atmospheres to a live reading of the poetry cycle “Rachel Rising”, along with other vocal improvisations provided by your host, Rebekkah Hilgraves.