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STAR'S END Update 05.27.07

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  • Chuck van Zyl
    The ATLAS DEI (66 24 ) CD by Robert Rich contains excerpts from the soundtrack to Daniel Colvin s DVD of the same name. For this project Rich re-imagined
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      The ATLAS DEI (66'24") CD by Robert Rich contains excerpts
      from the soundtrack to Daniel Colvin's DVD of the same name.
      For this project Rich re-imagined several pre-existing pieces to
      go along with Colvin's fascinating visual art. Those who saw
      Rich perform live in Spring of 2006 at The Gatherings Concert
      Series will recall the stunning video presentation he played
      along with (which was an early version of this work). While the
      DVD contains Colvin's cerebral visuals matched to 90
      continuous surround-sound minutes of Rich's music, the CD
      presents an interesting range of musical highlights. Avid fans
      will enjoy tracing the origins of each composition as Rich
      thoughtfully mined his back-catalogue for the most appropriate
      pieces, then fashioned them into something new. ATLAS DEI
      works well as an audio only experience. Containing music
      derived from the darkest regions of the earth, to the brightest
      grain of stardust, Rich's work evokes the enigmatic nature of the
      universe while emphasizing its harmony with the human spirit.
      With his steel guitar, flutes, native percussion, field recordings,
      synthesizers and samplers Rich delves into the mysteries of the
      cosmos, and our unease at trying to fathom a place in it.

      Tune in to STAR'S END this weekend for new music from Robert
      Rich and his CD ATLAS DEI

      For more on Robert Rich, access: http://www.robertrich.com

      For more on ATLAS DEI, access: http://www.atlasdei.com

      Robert Rich plays live at the WXPN/Star's End 30th Anniversary
      Spacemusic Festival on Saturday 16 June 2007. See below for
      details.

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      STAR'S END 30th Anniversary - Spacemusic Festival

      To mark its 30th year, WXPN will present the STAR'S END
      Spacemusic Festival. Performers include Robert Rich, Ian Boddy
      (in their worldwide concert debut), Jeff Pearce, Orbital Decay and
      The Ministry of Inside Things on Saturday 16 June 2007 from
      3:00pm to 11:00pm at The Iron Gate Theater, 3700 Chestnut St.
      on the Penn campus in West Philadelphia, PA.

      Aquire tickets for the WXPN/STAR'S END 30th Anniversary
      Spacemusic Festival at: http://www.xpn.org - click on "Support the
      Music"

      For Festival Details access: http://www.starsend.org

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      Mahoney + Peck Return to STAR'S END

      Based in Tennessee, Mark Mahoney and Michael Peck utilize
      analogue, digital and software synthesizers in their electronic
      realizations. Their work is formed out of a balance between dark
      ambient soundscapes and spare sequencer figures. Mahoney +
      Peck return to STAR'S END for a live in-studio on-air radio
      concert on the 06.03.07 broadcast.

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      STAR'S END broadcasts every Saturday night/Sunday morning
      from 1am-6am (EDST) on:

      88.5fm WXPN Philadelphia, PA
      88.1fm WXPH Harrisburg, PA
      90.5fm Worton/Baltimore, MD
      104.9fm Allentown, PA

      and live on the web...

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      Chuck van Zyl
      Host of STAR'S END Ambient Radio
      http://www.starsend.org
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