Thursday, July 12, 2018

The Orb's No Sounds Are Out Of Bounds!

Hi everyone,

This is just a damned fun album, with all sorts of collaborations. It's bouncy and raucous, will make you dance round your place! :)

PeaceNstarZ,
V

Friday, June 22, 2018

Infected Mushroom's Return to the Sauce!

Hi everyone,

Infected Mushroom is an Israeli psychedelic trance band, been around for about 20 years. Their music is a lot of fun, good for deep journeys, for dancing, for whatever you like. 5 g of shrooms in silent darkness or the rainbow glow of the dance party. Give a listen on my show, try it out!

PeaceNstarZ,
V

Friday, June 15, 2018

Paul Schütze's The Sky Torn Apart!

Hi everyone,


I like this explanation of this long ambient piece from: http://freq.org.uk/reviews/paul-schutze-the-sky-torn-apart/

Paul Schutze is an Australian sound composer who has been producing music since the late 1980s. This album, his first in eight years, is released on the extremely apt Glacial Movements Records from Italy and is one long, gradually unfolding treasure that is almost like an attempt at prehistoric music; constructing sounds that pre-date what we understand and go back to the formation of the earth.

I think it's just a matter of climbing into the flow and go-just-going :)


PeaceNstarZ,
V

Friday, June 8, 2018

John Zorn's Insurrection!

Hi everyone,

My favorite horn player and producer John Zorn releases more albums than President Clusterfuck tells lies. And that's saying something!

This new release he writes and produces the music and has a quarter of players make it. The first song is loud & not my favorite not a hint at all for the variety to come. Lots of pretty stuff here, strange by-ways, & music to lure you into less known nooks in yer mind. I just like it alot! :)

PeaceNstarZ,
V

Thursday, May 31, 2018

Colin Currie Group's Steve Reich Drumming!

Hi everyone,

I'm a great fan of Steve Reich, a modern classical composer sometimes grouped with Terry Riley & Philip Glass as "minimalists." This album by the Colin Currie Group is an interpretation of Reich's early 1970s' African-inspired piece of the same name. I read that Reich himself felt this was an excellent version of his piece. It starts so . . . mildly . . . but pretty madness ensues. Really really good! :)

PeaceNstarZ,
V

Friday, May 11, 2018

Jim Kweskin & The Jug Band!

Hi everyone,

Jim Kweskin & The Jug Band was around for most of the 1960s, taking an old timey kind of music & making it their own. Great players, funny, versatile, playing delightful little bursts of song. I found this band just by chance, reading a book about the psychedelic scene back in Boston 1960s, called Astral Weeks. Recommended by my friend who runs SPR. Thanks for the rec!

Enjoy these tunes!

PeaceNstarZ,
V

Friday, May 4, 2018

Sync24 Mix!

Hi everyone,


Here's a great description from last.fm: "SYNC24 is Daniel Segerstad (born Ringström) from the already famous Carbon Based Lifeforms. Started in early years experimenting with tape recorders and simple music players on the Commodore 64 and gradually upgrading equipment and techniques. Having Carbon Based Lifeforms as his main focus with a couple of projects on the side, there's always room for personal reflections. SYNC24 is the result of sudden impulse of inspiration, late nights without interference from others."

I didn't know about the Carbon Based LifeForms connection but this flowy dreamy catch music just catches me up and rides me along like a wave beneath me. I created a mix from a few of their albums, an hour of fun :)


PeaceNstarZ,
V