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STAR'S END Update 09.05.10

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  • c_vanzyl
    Solar Fields is known throughout the music community as an adventurer within the Electronica genre - although his music does sometimes find its way back to a
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 2, 2010
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      Solar Fields is known throughout the music community as an adventurer
      within the Electronica genre - although his music does sometimes find its
      way back to a contemplative space. The CD ALTERED (79'11") explores moods
      and an atmosphere more familiar to Ambient Music. A work without overt
      dramatic climaxes, this album is all about the journey - and a slow one it
      is. Each of the 11 tracks contributes a fascinating attribute to the
      whole. With sections retaining the kinetic energy of a river or a sweeping
      digital landscape leading on to bright spacemusic anthems ALTERED pulses
      with a unique energy, all blending into one moment. With its alien sounds,
      warm drones, breathy samples, glowing timbres and layers of bubbling
      electronics this music is not about pairing notes, but all about pairing
      sounds. From stark simplicity to a lush synthetic sonority, ALTERED seems
      like music from one person to another, but meaningful to all.

      Tune in to this weekend's broadcast of STAR'S END for music from ALTERED
      the new CD by Solar Fields

      For more on ALTERED, please access: http://www.ultimae.com

      For more on Solar Fields, please access: http://www.solarfields.com


      Dave Eggar Live on STAR'S END - 09.05.10

      STAR'S END first became aquainted with Dave Eggar back in 2004
      when he, as cellist for the atmospheric rock band Blow Up Hollywood,
      played a live in-studio set on the 11.14.04 broadcast. That
      experience remained for Eggar a unique musical encounter. The free form,
      in the moment, improvised, live to air concert intrigued this musician -
      even as he toured the world with different ensembles and played sessions
      for numerous renowned artists.

      A recent visit to the nationally syndicated radio program ECHOES put Eggar
      in touch with producer Jeff Towne, a frequent friend to STAR'S END. Soon
      Eggar and his latest ensemble were scheduled in for their own STAR'S END
      radio concert. Please tune in to the 09.05.10 broadcast of STAR'S END this
      weekend for live music by Dave Eggar and his group of tourng musicians.

      For more about Dave Eggar, please access: http://www.daveeggarmusic.com


      STAR'S END 30th Anniversary Anthology CD

      This double CD contains over 120 minutes of live music from 12 renowned
      artists. The unique performances were culled from on-air in-studio radio
      concerts by our community's greatest talents. Included on the disc are
      live selections donated by: The Ministry of Inside Things, Orbital Decay,
      Ian Boddy, AirSculpture, Radio Massacre International, Robert Rich, Rudy
      Adrian, Erik Wollo, Jonn Serrie, Jeff Pearce, Saul Stokes and Steve Roach.

      The STAR'S END 30th Anniversary Anthology CD is available for a $60
      donation to WXPN, which includes membership and all of its benefits
      (current WXPN members can receive the STAR'S END 30th Anniversary
      Anthology CD for a $25 donation). Call 1-800-565-WXPN for details.

      Thanks very much for your support!


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

      88.5fm WXPN Philadelphia, PA
      88.7fm WXPH Middletown, York and Lancaster, PA
      90.5fm Worton/Baltimore, MD
      99.7fm Harrisburg, PA
      104.9fm Lehigh Valley, PA
      W285DH Whitehall, PA

      and live on the web at http://xpn.org


      Chuck van Zyl
      Host of STAR'S END Ambient Radio
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