|STAR'S END Update - 23 October 2016|
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Please tune in to STAR'S END this weekend for music from Mirage, the Spacemusic classic by Klaus Schulze
For more about Klaus Schulze, please access: www.klaus-schulze.com
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|centrozoon Live on STAR'S END 11.06.16|
centrozoon works with free-improvisational, free-tonal, microtonal soundscapes. Within the rich and dense layers of their music there are subtle rhythmic and tonal shifts taking place, detuning and retuning with each other to produce a colourful spectrum of musical themes. Bernhard Wöstheinrich (electronics) and Markus Reuter (touch guitar) have been working together since 1995, exploring electro-acoustic music by melting their sonic palettes.
Their first release Blast stands as a work exposing just one of the many musical facets of centrozoon: a warm, passionate music suffused with a pulsating inner light.
centrozoon plays live in Philadelphia at
|STAR'S END Autumn/Halloween Broadcast 10.30.16|
The 2016 Halloween edition of STAR'S END will feature music commisioned especially for the 10.30.16 broadcast. Whether evoking the changing season, or eerie mischief-night happenings, this special presentation will be notable in its mood specific atmosphere, brought out by 14 unique musicians and their individual musical interpretations.
Please tune in for an evening/morning of previously unreleased spooky-seasonally themed works by such noted Spacemusic community members: Ascendant,
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|WXPN/STAR'S END - Binge on the 70s Weekend - 10.23.16|
The 10.23.16 broadcast of
We can find many points in the history of music where the content of works has changed, but very few times when form has changed. Form will need to change when what is being expressed is so new or unique that it transcends all the known existing forms. The 1970s was such a time, and post-war Berlin was the place. At this nexus of music technology, spirituality and political incitement the youth of this era broke with the past in an epic new form of music - a music based on unfamiliar experimentation, instruments and ideals, and providing its practitioners with limitless expressive possibilities.
We can still feel a charge every time we hear these classics. Listening today to music released some 40 to 45 years ago one can trace the influence of much of modern
Today, when it seems that there is no room for consequential innovation in music, one need only look across the history of Electronic Music to find a fascinating wealth of artists, releases, concerts and technology. This 1970s edition of
This special STAR'S END presentation of music from the decade of the 1970s is part of WXPN's
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|Friday Arts WHYY TV12|
Friday Arts is a weekly 30-minute arts, cultural and entertainment magazine that airs on WHYY TV12 Fridays at 8:30PM. Each broadcast features three segments: "Art", "Art of Life" and "Art of Food". Friday Arts casts a light on some of Philadelphia's most fascinating yet well-kept secrets in the arts.
John Diliberto, Jason Sloan, Jeff Towne and Chuck van Zyl were featured in a segment produced by Michael O'Reilly for the Friday 4 January 2013 episode of Friday Arts. This portion of the program included coverage of activities related to the ECHOES and STAR'S END radio programs and The Gatherings Concert Series - as well as background on Philadelphia's unique Spacemusic scene and the ideals and concepts which drive this genre's creative force.
To view Friday Arts online please access: whyy.org/cms/fridayarts/art-stars-end-and-space-music
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