Saturday, December 5, 2020

Sasha & John Digweed's Northern Exposure!

Hi everyone,

This show is 2 1/2 hours of pure musical bliss, a journey far & wide. Turn out the lights, cover in your blankets, float away . . .

PeaceNstarZ,
V

Friday, November 27, 2020

Oneohtrix Point Never's Magic Oneohtrix Point Never!

Hi everyone,

This is a weird fever dream music. Sit back. Relax. Dim the lights. You'll be back later . . .

PeaceNstarZ,
V

Friday, November 13, 2020

William Tyler's Parallelogram & Goes West & New Vanitas

Hi everyone,

William Tyler's albums are strange & beautiful & will comfort & move you in subtle & deep ways, salve you in these hard times.

Go Joe & Kamala!

PeaceNstarZ,
V

Friday, October 23, 2020

John Zorn's Baphomet!

Hi everyone,

If you listen to my show, you know I love me some John Zorn! Brilliant avant garde jazz musician and composer. Multiple albums every years. So I am extra happy, laying low, voting for Joe (!!!), and digging me some new Zorn!

40 minutes of frickin' bliss, man!

PeaceNstarZ,
V

Saturday, October 17, 2020

Robert Rich's Tactile Ground!

Hi everyone,

Legendary ambient artist, who I just discovered. Wow. Inspired by Rich's experience with tactile synesthesia, this album is two hours of deep, drifting bliss. Sweet awe.

PeaceNstarZ,
V

PS - This is my 200th show on SpiritPlants Radio! Woot! :)

Friday, October 9, 2020

Mouse on Mars' Vulvaland & Iaora Tahiti!

 Hi everyone,

I don't know, sometimes I just forget music I loved long ago. Came on some tapes of this German group from the 1990s, and DAMN they are good! Dim the lights, fire up the vape pen, dress down to skivvies and groove in the murk good! Management gave me some extra time this show, so their great first two albums back to back! Enjoy! :)

PeaceNstarZ,
V

PS - I added a live M on M track from "MTV's Party Zone" for fun ;)

Friday, September 25, 2020

Soundwalk Collective And Patti Smith's Peradam!

Hi everyone,

This is from a review of this amazing final album in the "Perfect Vision" trilogy:

"'The gateway to the invisible must be visible.' So intones Patti Smith on the third and final journey in sound with Stephan Crasneanscki and Simone Merli, AKA Soundwalk Collective, musical psychogeographers and field recorders whose journey for this evocation of French spiritual-surrealist writer Rene Daumal’s posthumous 1952 cult classic Mount Analog took him to the peak of Nanda Devi in the Himalayas, the former Beatle hangout of Rishikesh, India’s 'spiritual capital' of Varanasi, and Upper Mustang, once known as the Kingdom of Lo, which only admitted its first foreign visitors in 1992."

Patti Smith is one of the coolest artists & women on the planet! Sound Boardwalk are her perfect counterparts. Try this out with me!

PeaceNstarZ,
V